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Carter No.: 282

Handlist description: Black shrine-like chest

Card/Transcription No.: 282-2

(282 continued) 2

type, and as little can be gained by their individual dimensions, I am using this typical example for the type.

cf. also photos. of Nos. 275, 280, 281 and 290 for variety of proportions, and especially for the arrangement of their contents.

Some of these chests housed as many as five statuettes, while others only one.

Treatment. Cleaned with damp sponge; sprayed with acetone.

Card no. 282-2 relating to Carter no. 282
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