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Carter No.: 001d

Handlist description: Fragments of resin

Card/Transcription No.: 001ae

1 Objects in rubbish filling the staircase before entrance doorway (4)

Positions Helter skelter in rubbish covering the last few steps and threshold of doorway, as if dropped or cast away. (see plan)

a. Green glazed steatite scarab bearing <> cartouche.

b. Frag. of ivory coloured green of <> shape.

c. Clay seals - mostly of the Royal Necropolis type.

d. Frags of resin.

e. Frags. of glass

Card no. 001ae relating to Carter no. 001d
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