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Carter No.: 261

Handlist description: Recumbent figure of the jackal Anubis, on shrine, with sledge and carrying poles

Card/Transcription No.: 261-1

261 ANUBIS 1

POSITION: Placed in centre of chamber, partially blocking the doorway, facing west. Ends of carrying-poles of shrine protruding into the Burial Chamber (see note attached).


<> Anubis jackal 63 A. B. Occipital tuberosity to tip of nose, 26.1 cms C. D. Head of humerus to tuberosities of the schium, 60. cms E. F. Depth of chest, 19.0 cms G. H. Point of elbow (alecranon) to end of radius, 20. cms I. J. Calcaneum to end of metatarsus, 16.6 cms K. L. Length of tail, 63.0 cms

Card no. 261-1 relating to Carter no. 261
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