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Tutankhamun: Anatomy of an Excavation
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Carter No.: 256vv

Handlist description: Group of finger rings

Card/Transcription No.: 256vv-3

256, VV. 3

(3) <> 3.6 0.9 scarab of lapis lazuli loop of heavy gold papyrus flower and two buds - gold wire binding - gold stalks of flowers - gold massive loop of gold upon bezel of scarab <>

(4) <> 2.5 1.75 Turquoise stone scarab mounted upon gold funda - in style more like the early Eighteenth dyn. the loop of gold bound with gold wire upon bezel of scarab engraved: - a figure offering to the god Ptah, behind the god the sign <>, and between the two figures an complete inscription: <>

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