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Carter No.: 256hh(1)

Handlist description: Amuletic bracelet with barrel-shaped lapis lazuli bead

Card/Transcription No.: 256hh-1

256, HH. Three Amuletic Bracelets 1

POSITION: Thorax: (1) below right pectoral muscle (2) Right lower ribs (3) Left lower part of sternum. Form group VI. (1) A barrel-shaped lapis lazuli bead, mounted upon gold bracelet, thus:

<> gold lapis lazuli gold 4.5 HH.(1). diam 7.4 gold

<> = 'divine eye'. (2) An wd3t-eye of iron, mounted upon gold bracelet thus:

<> iron 3.5 gold diam. 7.6

Card no. 256hh-1 relating to Carter no. 256hh(1)
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