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Carter No.: 271e(2)

Handlist description: Gold palette

Card/Transcription No.: 271e2-1

See (271, B.; 262).  

271, E (2) A Gold Palette

(was tied up with linen with Reed Case (271, E, (1)).)

L. 30.3; W. 4.4; Thickness 0.85., cms.

A palette carved of wood and plated with sheet gold. In the centre a compartment for 4 reed pens; top end two hollows of cartouche form holding red and black pigment; at top the following inscription: - <> Note From the Aten-name of the King here this palette would appear to belong to a period before the conversion of King to the worship of Amen.

Card no. 271e2-1 relating to Carter no. 271e(2)
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