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Carter No.: 279

Handlist description: Plain wooden box

Card/Transcription No.: 279-2

279 (Continued) 2

Contents: The box contained a saddle-stone and muller for grinding corn (see 279a) which possibly do not belong to it, but were put there at the time of the robbery either by the thieves or the necropolis officials - if so the real contents have been stolen.

Card no. 279-2 relating to Carter no. 279
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