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Carter No.: 256ssbis

Handlist description: Bracelet

Card/Transcription No.: 256ssbis

256, SS, bis. Bracelet
(See 256, DDD)

POSITION: Right forearm, seventh from elbow (of group: X, OO, PP, QQ, RR, SS and SS bis)

DIMENSIONS: L. 15.0 (?some beads missing). Diam. of disc: 4.1 cents

DESCRIPTION: Disc of granulated gold-work with lapis lazuli centre. Mounted upon bracelet of nine strings of beads. The central row of beads of blue glass (five) and carnelian (1) alternate The four rows on either side of gold thus: <>

REMARKS: Was hidden under bracelet No. 256 RR.

Card no. 256ssbis relating to Carter no. 256ssbis
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