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Carter No.: 256mmm

Handlist description: Vulture collar

Card/Transcription No.: 256mmm-2

256, MMM. 2

'Coverts' R24 L24 = 48 'Lesser coverts' 9 9 = 18 'Bastard wing' 18 18 = 36 Total 250 plaques.

REMARKS: Was covered with plain sheet of papyrus Inlaid much disintegrated. cf. Mace & Winlock, Senebtisi, p.64 ff. Lacau, Sarcophages, PL. LI, 436, coffin 28032 (62).

The head of the bird is to right (i.e., as the body of the King lies in tomb, to south).

Card no. 256mmm-2 relating to Carter no. 256mmm
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