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Carter No.: 005e

Handlist description: Splinters of wood covered with gilt gesso

Card/Transcription No.: 005ah

5 Objects found in rubbish of first part of passage.

Position: Mostly in the first part of the passage mingled without any order in the filling of the passage.

a. Frags and lids of stone vessels

b. Red pottery cupy of the nature of foundation deposit objects.

c. Frags. of plaster jar seals. See note attached

d. Frags. of mud(?) boxes (?)from foundation deposit.

e. Splinters of wood covered with gesso gilt ((?)) from furniture inside tomb)

f. Splinters of wood.

g. Frags of faience.

h. Pieces of felspar.

Card no. 005ah relating to Carter no. 005e
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