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Carter No.: 037a

Handlist description: Nome sign of Aphroditopolis

Card/Transcription No.: 037a

37 (a) Nome sign of Aphroditopolis

Covered loosely with a wrapping of rather coarse cloth. This thrown over back and fastened loosely in front of forepart of snake. Exactly similar to 38. Pedestal 45 x 14.5 x 4 Max. H. 65.5. Max. L. 60.5 overall.

Inscription on front of pedestal, very crudely written in yellow paint. <>

Cleaned first with dry brush, then damp brush & then sprayed with celluloid in amylacetate.

Card no. 037a relating to Carter no. 037a
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