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Carter No.: 256qq

Handlist description: Bracelet

Card/Transcription No.: 256qq-2

256, QQ. 2

Two scarabs of lapis lazuli, exactly similar in design to the central scarab.

Two uraei; exactly similar to the above described, save they do not support <>-signs upon their tails but act as pendant supports to: -

Back central two cartouches: the prenomen and nomen of the King inlaid with carnelian, lapis lazuli, green felspar, and lapis coloured glass. The cartouches are surmounted with <> feathers inlaid with carnelian, green felspar and lapis lazuli - these last two (back) sections act as fastenings (by means of large gold pin).

Between the two cartouches, upon a broad bar which forms the actual pin and hinge fastening, the following inscription engraved: -


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