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Carter No.: 009

Handlist description: Painted red pottery vase

Card/Transcription No.: 009

9 Painted Red pottery Vase (see 177)

Position: In rubbish of filling of passage, quite near the floor, and near the second doorway (13).

Dimensions: Max. H. 30.0.

Description: Red pottery vase with lid in shape of hawk's head with solar-disk upon head. Painted ornamentation.

Repaired broken lid with cellulose cement.

Card no. 009 relating to Carter no. 009
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