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Carter No.: 261m

Handlist description: Large pectoral

Card/Transcription No.: 261m-3

261, M. (continued) 3

VERSO: Inscription before Isis: (1) <> (2) <> (3) <> sic

Inscription before Nephthys: (1) <> (2) <> (3) <>

The device on back same as front - but chased on gold surface only.

Note: This pectoral was originally backed with linen, and was suspended by means of four (on each side) strings of beads (?). This pectoral together with 261, N. and 261, O. were wrapped in a piece of linen.

Card no. 261m-3 relating to Carter no. 261m
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