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Carter No.: 266a

Handlist description: Wooden canopic chest with representations of goddesses on sides

Card/Transcription No.: 266a-09

Wooden gesso-gilt and inlaid solar serpents of the Chest 266,

Example N. Side.

<> 19.0 13.5 disc and remainder of serpent gesso-gilt dark-blue glazed pottery; sockets of eyes copper; eyes of glass lapis blue glass haematite red glass turquoise blue glass Row of 15

<> 2 94 Mitred thus Tongues for fixing to top of cornice of chest. Marks for joiners.

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Card no. 266a-09 relating to Carter no. 266a
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