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Carter No.: 048k(1)

Handlist description: Compound bow covered with coloured barks

Card/Transcription No.: 048k1-2

48 (k 1) cont.

gold leaf & two of green bark. B. In centre band of black bar 1.5 wide, with cartouches in light brown running round, hieros. heading outwards. top <> On either side of this band narrow bands of tiny patterns, lattice, wave, diamond etc., in dark red, black, light brown and green, with a few details picked out with gold leaf. C. Band of light brown, with hieroglyphs etc. in silver & blue black, dark red, green and gold leaf. top <> D. In centre band 4.5 wide with cartouches as in C, but in this case Kheperunebre is on inside & Tutankhamun on outside.


Card no. 048k1-2 relating to Carter no. 048k(1)
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