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Carter No.: 256o

Handlist description: Collar of faience bead-work

Card/Transcription No.: 256o-1

256, O. Collar of faience bead-work

POSITION: Abdomen: left of umbilicus reaching down to lower part of pubis.


DESCRIPTION: Collar of minute violet faience beads, woven or threaded after the fashion of mat-work, having semi-circular shoulder pieces and pendant border. (See note attached).

(This collar has not yet been restrung).

Card no. 256o-1 relating to Carter no. 256o
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