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Carter No.: 280a

Handlist description: Statuette of Imsety

Card/Transcription No.: 280a-2


Composed of olive leaves (olea europea) and flowers of the cornflower (Centaurea depressa). The olive leaves are arranged (1) with upper surface alternating with under surface uppermost, and bound over strips of papyrus pith. Length 19, cms. Only fragment of one cornflower found. (Rest fallen) H. C.

Card no. 280a-2 relating to Carter no. 280a
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