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Carter No.: 044a

Handlist description: Four pieces of open-work plate gold, with designs in granules

Card/Transcription No.: 044a-3

44 (a) Cont.9

(2) Panel similar in shape & size to above, but design quite different, and only a very sparing use of granules. Design Divided into three panels. Centre panel Figure of the King seated on a throne, under a canopy surmounted by a frieze of uraei. Before King a panel surmounted by a vulture. On panel <> Below this panel a large <> Main details of the panel cut out, but additional ornamentation added of tiny granules. Left side panel. A figure of the goddess Maat standing with outstretched wings: left hand outstretched to support wing, right holding a rnpt heh sceptre. In front of her a cartouche (Kheperu-neb-re). At tip of sceptre <>. Above her head <> ?vulture. Right side panel. A standing figure of Tum, supporting (cont.)

Card no. 044a-3 relating to Carter no. 044a
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