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A mummified human left hand. An impression of a textile pattern is visible on the top of the hand.
A mummified head with bandages and painted features. These features suggest the head to probably be (cont.)
A bag containing snake bones, bandages and snake skin. Nine snake heads.
Some very fragile mummified remains and bandages, possibly human.
The mummified remains of an animal with traces of the skull and bandages present. The remains have (cont.)
These mummified remains and bandages are likely belonging to a mummified snake. The package is very (cont.)
A bag of mummified animal remains and bandages which are very crumbly and broken.
Eucharist bread, Coptic, in 9 pieces. The Liverpool University Museum have several such pieces.
This object was assumed to be a mummified cat with its wrappings in a crossed design. The head is in (cont.)
2 fragments of slate, pointed, one with '181' written on it in black ink. Material has wood-grain te (cont.)
An assorted of beads made of faience, as well as shells, Sons of Horus amulets, and fragments of sha (cont.)
Flint debitage and a bone artefact. Probably from France. Some of the flints seemed to be marked 'La (cont.)