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Carter No.: 256nn

Handlist description: Beadwork appendage to 256 eee

Card/Transcription No.: 256nn-2

256, NN.

The cylindrical beads of gold and lapis blue glass, found with the tail (no. 256, EEE), have their ends cut at a slight angle so as to form a segment of a curve, thus: -

<> lapis blue glass gold

They evidently formed a tail-like appendage that was fastened(?) to the end of the tail (EEE): - see small eyelet at end of that tail. And also photo of EEE & NN in situ.

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