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Carter No.: 261m

Handlist description: Large pectoral

Card/Transcription No.: 261m-1

261, M. LARGE PECTORAL (see 269A. (4)) 1

Max. L. 24.4, Max. H. (including strap fastening) 16.5 cms. RECTO: The Behudeti (He-of-Edfu) winged solar disk, with solar uraei on either side. The prenomen and nomen of the King. A large green stone scarab (found in box 269 and bearing on verso the chapter of the heart), with open wings on either side. On the right side of scarab the kneeling figure of Isis On the left side of scarab the kneeling figure of Nephthys. The whole device being enclosed within the usual rectangular border.

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