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Carter No.: 548

Handlist description: Box

Card/Transcription No.: 548

548 BOX

POSITION: N. end of Chamber (see photos 1146, 1147).

DIMENSIONS: L. 67.0; W. 47.5; H. 39.0, cents.

DESCRIPTION: A rough wooden box, painted white, resting upon four rectangular short legs, much warped and damaged by rough handling. Its lid, much broken, was found in another part of the Chamber (see No. 376).

Found empty. Save a piece of wood 548, B and a head rest 548, A. Original contents unknown.


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