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Carter No.: 256,4,p

Handlist description: Gold temple band

Card/Transcription No.: 256-4p

256, 4.P. Gold temple-band (of khat-headdress).

POSITION: Round forehead and temples and tied at back of head by means of tape. DIMENSIONS: L. 40 cents. W. 2.3 cents


<> slot for tape hole for sewing eyelets at back hole for sewing slot for tape

A sheet gold (burnished) temple fillet or band, ending behind and above the ears, having slots at its extremities for tape attachment by which it was tied at the back of the head, thus:

<> see photo. (4.S)

Card no. 256-4p relating to Carter no. 256,4,p
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