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Carter No.: 028

Handlist description: Doorway of sepulchral hall - plaster on surface

Card/Transcription No.: 028-3

No. 28.

The blocking of the doorway leading to the Burial-chamber bore at least one hundred and fifty-one seal impressions that were made at the time of interment, and some ... subsequent impressions when the small hole made by the thieves was reclosed. The original seal impressions were as follows: (A) 55 examples, (B) 7 examples, (C) 1 example, (E) 63 examples (some of which may possibly have been (H), (F) 21 examples and (G) 4 examples. The subsequent impressions upon the reclosed hole were (H) .... examples.

Card no. 028-3 relating to Carter no. 028
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