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Carter No.: 256nnn

Handlist description: Collar with vulture and cobra

Card/Transcription No.: 256nnn-3

256, NNN 3

REMARKS: A sheet of plain papyrus between this collar and No. 256, MMM.

cf. Mace and Winlock, Senebtisi, p. 64 ff. <> Lacau, Sarcophages, Pl. LI, 435, coffin 28031 (71).

'<> (sic)' wsh-n-nbti 'the collar of Nebti' (i.e. Buto and Nekhbet).

cf. Erman, Eg. Gram., p. 179. '<> sm3wti, uniter of the two Egypts'

Card no. 256nnn-3 relating to Carter no. 256nnn
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