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Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation
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Carter No.: 022

Handlist description: Large statue in black and gold

Card/Transcription No.: 022-2

22 2

3.Description (cont.)

Tip of nose a separate piece glued on.

Eyes inlaid. Frames of gold, whites calcite, with red paint in corners, irises of glass underlaid with paint(?)

Eyebrows bars of solid gold inlaid.

Collar 8 rows of conventionalized beads or pendants, the bottom row being drop pendants.

Pectoral suspended on three strings of <>, overlying collar. Line decoration with scarab in centre.

Armlets on wrists and upper part of arms. Upper were plain: lower had conventionalized bead patterns.

Kilt Upper band 2.5 wide in front, 9.7 at back.

In front <> At back <>. Between conventionalized pattern <>, representing tapestry woven fabric? This band an independent sash, of which ends hung down in front.

Card no. 022-2 relating to Carter no. 022
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Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation
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