(345 continued) 2
of ivory; the divisions or squares of the games divided by
narrow strips of ebony.
On the two sides, end, and front framing of drawer,
hieroglyphic texts incised and filled in with a light-yellow
pigment (to imitate ivory) - see note attached for the texts.
(383) The oblong-drawer, of ebony, had been originally
fastened by '<>-bolts' which were shot into staples; but have
been wrenched away (?) by the tomb-robbers for their value in
(580) The stool-shaped support or stand for the Game-box
(345): An open-work oblong four-legged stool upon sledge, of
ebony. This finely made stool-shaped-support has four legs
carved in feline form; the claws of ivory; the remaining
embellishments of gold. On the top frame-work is a rebate to
receive the Game-box (345).