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Carter No.: 269j

Handlist description: Counterpoise (clasp) and chains of pectoral 267q

Card/Transcription No.: 269ij-2

269, I. J. continued

they were backed by means of a ribbon of linen (decayed).

Both clasp and chains belong to the pectoral ornament discovered in box 267 (Q).

For materials employed see note A. L.

Note The restringing of this pectoral ornament is not quite certain.

H. C.

Card no. 269ij-2 relating to Carter no. 269j
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