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1A.I. 0002 found before excavations. Face. Needs steel support. vikt; 5 kg.
1A.I. 0003 (head) found before excavations. Pigment analysis by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-05. Face. Needs steel support.
1A.I. 0843=body. A.I. 0864=head. SCE mentions black colour on helmet and beard. Face.
1A.I. 1010 = head. A.I. 1030 = body. Style IV. Sample taken by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-14. Face. Needs retouch. vikt; 19 kg (14 kg underkropp, 5 kg, överkropp) Needs metal support. Masoud?
1A.I. 1017 is middle and lower parts of body. A.I. 2806 (suppl.) is upper body arms and head. Face. Needs affixing of slip.
1A.I. 1049 = upper body. Pigment analysis by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-05. A.I. 1054 = feet & legs. A.I. 1325 = left arm and hand. A.I. 2799 (suppl.) = middle part of body. Style VI. Face. vikt; 6 kg. Needs retouch. Check glue joints. Needs metal support. Masoud?
1A.I. 2028 = head; A.I. 2050 = body. Type 4, period 2 (SCE II, pl CCXXV:2). Ställs ut.
1A.I. 2045 = head. A.I. 2809 (suppl.) = body. Type 4, period 2. Synad. Ställs ut.
1A.I. 2047 = body; A.I. 2051 = head. Type 2, period 2. Ställs ut.
1A.I. 2324 = arm. A.I. 2344 = upper body. Style II. Face.
1A.I. 2371 is right hind leg, A.I. 2392 is rest of statuette.
1A.I. 2800 (suppl.). Sculpture of Cypro-Greek style. Sample taken by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-14. Face. Needs support.
1A.I. 2803 (suppl.) Sample taken by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-14. (2434) Face. Slip needs affixing. Needs steel support.
1A.I. 3057 was probably made without a lower body. Ikosi considers A.I. 3057 to have been part of a chariot group. Face. Needs mounting.
1A.I. 3268 might be a belonging horse’s head - size and general appearance matches, but neck is missing. Right hind leg needs mending.
1A.I. 3778 (arm) may belong? Fitting not good enough for mending. Pencil markings on front and back. Face.
1Above no. 29.
1Above No. 3.
1Above no. 30.
1Above no. 48.
2A card located in this tray says ‘faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.)
1A card located in this tray says ‘faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.)
12A card located in this tray says ‘ faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.)
2A card located in this tray says ‘ faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.)
1A card located in this tray says ‘ faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.) En annan skärva i islam reg. har redan detta nr. Därför är b tillagt till numret.
1A card located in this tray says ‘ faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.) En annan skärva i islamreg. har redan detta nummer. Därför är b tillagt till numret.
2A card located in this tray says ‘ faraonisk fajans påträffade bland Fustat-mat.’ (=pharaohnic faience found among Fustat-mat.) Ska numreras och märkas.
1According notes from F.R. Martin, the provenance is Iran. Utvald
1According to A. Westholm, (‘Nyfunna fragment till koren från Vouni’, Konsthistorisk Tidskrift 8, 1939, 1-5) these fingers belong to the so called Vouni kore, V. 016 (+004+024a+025+059). Flisa 3.
1According to Accessionskatalogen, this jug is 19,6 cm of height.
2According to a document dated 1932-03-29, this object was given to Oscar Wallenberg by the ’Cypernkommittén’. Could it have been returned to the Medelhavsmuseet by his daughter, Berit Wallenberg? See MM 1982:007! Face. Needs support.
1According to a document dated 1932-03-29, this object was given to Oscar Wallenberg by the ’Cypernkommittén’. Could it have been returned to the Medelhavsmuseet by his daughter, Berit Wallenberg? See MM 1982:007! Grupp 1. Face.
1According to a label inside. emmer-vete Triticum dicoccum + korn, hordeum + annat Bör undersökas detaljeret D 34
1According to a label inside the jar with the content: Inhåll fr. korg G14
1According to a letter from Prof. H.S. Nyström on the 25/10/1949, this miniature was part of a Shahnameh manuscript, now dispersed. The text under this particular scene is the end of “how Bahram Gûr goes lion hunting and the beginning of “how Bahram Gûr goes hunting onagers and then returns to Baghdâd and ..., and how he distributes the belongings of Farsidvad to the worthy and how he after this goes out to kill lions (beginning). The manuscript woul according to them belong to a manuscript copied in Shiraz 1341 and dedicated to Wazir al-Hasan Qawam al-Dawla wa’l-Dîn (patron of Hâfiz). If this is the manuscript it has sister parts in Londonm PAris, Lyon, Boston, M;ontreal etc.
1According to Allan Klynne the plate is Gallic.
1according to an older inventory this jug belongs with the plate B.S. 322 and was supposed to contain water for washing that was to be poured in the plate.
1according to an older inventory this plate belongs with the jug B.S. 323 and was supposed to be used as a waterbasin for washing hands.
1According to a note: 3 heds + 1 peace of stalk 21/02/2007 by J.Rowland. at the research lab for archaeology at the university of Oxford.
1According to a note: 3 seeds taken for radiocarbon analysis on 21/02/2007 by J.Rowland. at the research lab for archaeology at the university of Oxford.
1According to a note inside: 2 out of total of 5 seeds taken for radiocarbon dating by J.Rowland of the research lab for archaeology of the university of Oxford. 21/02/2007
1According to a note inside: 2 seeds taken for radiocarbon analsys 21/02/2007 at the research lab for archaeology of the university of Oxford. J.Rowland
1According to a note inside: 4 seeds & two pieces of stalk taken on 21/02/2007 by J.Rowland from the research lab for archaeology at the university of Oxford.
1According to an unpublished article by Marie-Louise Winbladh, this bowl is probably from the North coast or possibly from the centre of the island. Examined by Barbro Johansson, PhD, Göteborg, 2004-10-25.
1According to an unpublished article by Marie-Louise Winbladh, this is a typical M.C. shape. Check description!
1According to an unpublished article by Marie-Louise Winbladh, this vessel probably derives from the centre of Cyprus.
1According to an unpublished article by Marie-Louise Winbladh, this vessel probably derives from the centre of Cyprus (see Cf. Publications, Stewart 1988, jugs from Ayia Paraskevi resp. Fenitshes).
1According to a piece of paper it arrived on the sixteenth of February 1884 as a gift from the consul general from Haiti, Mr. H. Hoeyluerts in Bruxelles to, (in Swedish), ´Riksmuseets etnografiska afdelning´. A receipt exists since 1972. Ska numreras och märkas.
1According to aq. register the tiles a and b belong to the same inscription but not following each other.
1According to aquisition catalogue this beaker comes from Tépé Sialk.
1According to Arne
1According to Arne (1945: 129) this item should consists solely of some decayed postcranial bone elements. The present cranium consists of a calotte.
1According to Arne (1945: 75) this stratum,that is III, does not exist. Trench H was not concluded. Solely stratum I and the upper part of stratum IIb was excavated. The above designation is due to a confusion.
1According to Arne (1945) this item should consists solely of a tibia. Moreover, in spite of the present stratum designation, the present designation belongs most likely to stratum II and not to stratum I (ibid: 128). That is, however, not to say that the present individual belongs to either of this two strata since a comingling seems to have occured.
1According to Arne (1945) this item should consists solely of tibia and pedis elements. Moreover, in spite of the present stratum designation, the present designation belongs most likely to stratum II and not to stratum I (ibid: 128). That is, however, not to say that the present individual belongs to either of this two strata since a comingling seems to have occured.
1According to a rumour, this object is a modern copy and the original is (or has been) in the Cyprus Museum. This information has not been verified. Äldre bild av Sesam.
1According to Atil 1990, this binding provenes from Iran mid-16trh century, but according to the comments from F. R. Martin, this is Turkey, late 16th century. Binding said to be from Qur’ân. Inside written Constantionopel 1897.23.
1According to David S. Reese, this is a Pinctada shell from the Red Sea, letter to M-L Winbladh, 1998-06-03. Studied by Dr. D. Reese, May 2005.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Ankastina, Dromolaxia, or Ayia Paraskevi. Flisa 4.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Arsos, Idalion or Amathus.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Ayios Theodoros. Flisa 1.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Idalion or Episkopi.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Kastroulia.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Kition or Salines.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Salamis.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object could be from Syracuse.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object might be from Amathus or Kourion.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object might be from Paphos.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object might be from Rhodes.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object might be from the Syrian region.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this object might be from the Syrian region. Flisa 5 komplement? Finns i Tumba, byt streckkodslapp!
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Ajia Paraskevi.
2According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Alassa-Kampos.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Alassa-Kampos or Soli.
17According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Amathus.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Amathus. Fotograferas på nytt!
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Amathus or Alassa-Kampos.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Amathus or Kythrea.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Amathus or Nicosia.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Amathus or Paleapaphos-Skales.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Aphendrika.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Arpera. Traces of bariumsulphate and zincoxide, from modern times, on outside of vessel (scanning electronic microscope analysis by Kate Tronner, ATm).
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Ayios Theodoros.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Dhenia or Kathydata.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Famagusta.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Idalion, Kouphos or Salamis.
6According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Idalion.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Idalion or Amathus.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Idalion or Kition.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Idalion or Kition. Inventory no. 1725/38 ? Flisa 7.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Idalion or Stylli.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Karpass or Kourion.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Karpass or Lapithos.
2According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Kition.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Kition or Salamis.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Kontoura Trachonia.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Lapithos, Vathyrkakas, Idalion or Kition.
3According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Lapithos.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Lapithos. When on loan to Riksutställningar in 1987 the jug was damaged at the neck and subsequently restored.
2According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Lapithos or the Karpass.
2According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Marion.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Maroni or Kouphos.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Paleapaphos-Skales.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Pano Dikomo. Two almost identical vessels have this number, one is renamed S.N.C 0472 in March 2009.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Paphos.
3According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Rizokarpaso.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Salamis or Amathus.
2According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli, Idalion or Salamis.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli, Idalion or Salamis. Fotograferas på nytt!
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli, the Karpass or Achna.
13According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli. Check description!
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli. Check description! Check neg. no.!
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli or Salamis.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from Stylli or the Karpass.
4According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article), this vessel could be from the Karpass.
1According to Eva Toivonen Skage (unpublished article) this vessel could be from Kourion or Karpasha.
1According to Fürst (1939) the present individual is a five year old child. Arne (1945) does not make this distinction which normally, implicitly, indicates an adult. The present case is however a subadult. Older designation: C I zu 11. The extra adult bone elements consists of two individuals.
1According to Fürst (1939) the present mandible should not be included in the material, that is, no mandible exists. However, the present mandible articulates with the present cranium.
1According to Gayer-Anderson "containing mummy of fish"
1According to Gjerstad the vessel was painted after firing; SCE II, 33, 340.
1According to inscript see: D.M.Bailey, A Catalogue of the Lamps in the British Museum. II. Roman Lamps made in Italy. BMP 1980, p. 99.
1According to Inventory from 1992, Bukhara 18th century. INscription “Sahib, ‘Alî, Muhammad”?
1According to Inventory from 1992, Iran 17th century.
1According to Inventory list, Mosul 15th century
1According to inventory list from 1992, Mosul 13th century, why?
1According to inventory list of 1992, Syria 18th century. Äldre bilder av Marianne Boqvist
1According to inventory register 1992, from Iran 17th century. Is lid original? Äldre bilder av Marianne Boqvist
1According to J. Hayes a forgery.
1According to John Hayes, who examined the fragment in november 1993, the stand was probably produced in the Aegean area rather than in Egypt.
1According to Lane, A., 1947, p. 27, This type of jugs or pots were made in two separate parts, each formed in a hollow earthenware mould containing countersunk ornament, the parts were then joined horizontally round the bulge and the seem smoothed down.
1According to Lindhagen m fl the left miniature represents the Isphahan style of 1500-50 and the left miniature from 1600-50 also from Isphahan. According to the inventory of the NM the master is Mahmil Habib Allah.
1According to NMs Aquisition Catalgue, 16th century.
2According to notes found together with the material the present calvarium was part of the Cyprus exhibition 1997-2005. The exhibition lasted between 1989 to 2005.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos, date 5 oct 1927. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos, the dates indicates Vrysi tou Barba (Gjerstad et al 1934) also, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators changed have the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 3, 35, 45-46 and 48 is not fully understood but may be the same as IB: 35.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos, date 5 oct 1927. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos, the dates indicates Vrysi tou Barba (Gjerstad et al 1934) also, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: FCL 1, gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 32, 45 and 48 is not fully understood but may be the same as IB: 32.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos, date 5 oct 1927. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos, the dates indicates Vrysi tou Barba (Gjerstad et al 1934) also, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 3, 34, 45-46 and 48 is not fully understood but may be the same as IB: 34.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist either in the archaeological record or the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). Other sites may be more convenient (Gjerstad et al 1934, 1935, 1937) but has not been possible to establish.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the archaeological record concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). Other sites may be more convenient (see Gjerstad et al 1934, 1935, 1937) but has not been possible to establish.
6According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. According to the excavation journal (dagbok märkt D II: 1 i arkivet. Sid 6) the tomb 310 was excavated by Markimedes already 1917 and was therefor empty 1927. The various fragment item consists mostly of ossa longa elements.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. Due to difficulties concerning interpretation of the attached note it has not been possible to establish whether the present material is originated from tomb 238 or 23C. Most likely, however, it should be 23C since that is the only tomb where human bones were located. Also, tomb 238 does not exist according to the litterature (Gjerstad et al 1934, 1935, 1937). The above date is in accordance with tomb 323C.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. Some of the fragments are greenish which may indicate votive gifts in metal
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present bone elements show an intra-relational difference in colour and wear pattern which may indicate two individuals. That has not, however, been possible to fully establish.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present material consists of three individuals, all adults. The present materials relation to skeleton: FCL 1, gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 3, 32-35, 45-46 and 48 is not fully understood.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present material consists of two individuals: one adult and one subadult. Since one subadult was located in chamber A (Ibid: 87) the present individuals may originate from tomb 313A.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present material consists of two individuals: one adult and one subadult respectively.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present material consists of two individuals: one adult and one subadult respectively. The relation between the present skeleton and skeleton designation: gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 34-35, 45-46 and 48 is not fully understood.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present material consists of two subadults.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: FCL 1, gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 33, 45 and 48 is not fully understood but may be the same as skeleton IB: 33.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: Gr 302, Lapithos IB: 3, 34-35, 45-46 and 48 is not fully understood.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: Gr 306 b is not fully understood.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: Lapithos. 37, Gr 306C/III, FCL 4 and Gr 306 b is not fully understood.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, does not exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present materials relation to skeleton: lapithos. IB: 25 and Gr 306C/III is not fully understood but it may be the same as the latter one. Therefor it is not included in the total amount of individuals from Vrysi tou Barba.
16According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The cranium is partly glued.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The present material consists of three individuals, all adults, but most likely belonging to other individuals in the collection labelled IB: 1-50.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The present material consists of three individuals: two adults and one subadult respectively.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The present material consists of two adults.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The present material consists of two individuals: one adult and one subadult respectively.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The present material consists of two individuals: one adult an one subadult respectively.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unknown. The present material consists of two individuals.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is Lapithos. The tomb number, however, is unsure. Tomb 607 does not exist in the final publications (Gjerstad et al 1934, 1935, 1937) concerning Lapithos. Tomb 403/I indicates an origin from Kastros. This tomb already exist though (see L.HR: 039), and the present designation is most likely due to a confusion. (Gjerstad et al 1934). Other sites may be more convenient but has not been possible to establish.
1According to notes found together with the present material the origin is ”Lapithos T8, 14-15”. The above mentioned tomb number is based on an inscription, T2, on the present cranium. None of the numbers, T2 or T8, however, exist in the final publication concerning Lapithos (Gjerstad et al 1934). However, in order to distinguish the various sites in Lapithos the excavators have changed the serial numbers concerning the material from Vrysi tou Barba from tomb 1-23 to 301-323. The present material consists of two individuals: one adult and one subadult respectively. The present materials relation to skeleton: FCL 1, Gr 302, Lapithos. IB: 3, 32-35, 45 and 46 is not fully understood.
1According to notes found within the material the ossa longa have been separated from the rest of the bone elements. Fürst (1939) had access to these and did some measurements which indicated a male. The ossa longa can not be found however. Whether this is due to a comingling within the collection, or not, one can only speculate about. According to Arne (1945) the present case should consists of more bone elements than the present item represents.
13According to note stored together with the Djoser collection: Ytterligare växter från Djoser kan ha funnits i museet. De etiketter som är kvar visar detta. Var finns de? Fattas: Djoser Barley Wheat: Triticum monococcum Triticum dicoccum Frukter: Ficus sycomorus nabq: Ziziphus spina-christi russin: Vitis vinifera Balanites eg. Vicia lutea: seed and ??? Lens esculenta Beta vulgaris Antheneus psendoe(???) Cyperus - stem Junipeus ox. Phalaris paradoxa [The labels referred to above cn no longer be found in the collection, as per March 2016/CJ]
1According to Pamela Gaber-Saletan (in Regional Styles in Cypriote Sculpture. The Sculpture from Idalion, N.Y., 1985), this head does not resemble the other sculptures from Vouni and is thus probably produced elsewhere.
1According to prof. A.W. Person similar bottles were found in Aleppo, North Syria.
1According to Prof. P. Zanker, Münich, the rendering of the navel indicate a Hellenistic date. This Venus might have had her arms raised towards her hair.
1According to R. Ettinghausen: “Bowl, Syrian (or possibly Egyptian) 14th century. Similar to the British Museum R. L. Hobson, A Guide to the Islamic pottery of the Near East, fig. 75. Although your bowl is simpler in design the two pieces are related as is shown by the type of unity against a crackled background, and especially by the genaral composition.”
1According to Raphael, Sultanabad 14th century. Kiln marks on interior wall.
1According to reports a product of the Mishna period. EJ KLAR Dimensions, condition!
1According to Robert Merrillees, the pot probably derives from central Cyprus.
1According to SCE, A.I. 0173 belongs with A.I. 0175. Where is A.I. 0175? Not to be found in Medelhavsmuseet - possibly in Cyprus Museum, Nicosia? Face. Needs mounting.
1According to SCE, A.I. 756 is supposed to be 23.4 cm high. Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE, right arm broken (not missing). Arm possibly located amongst Ajia Irini material in storeroom 6 (or Tumba)? Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE, the hollow in the centre represents the mouth. Period III. According to Dikaios, SCE IV:1A, Petra tou Limniti should be dated to the Neolithic period. Flisa 4.
1According to SCE, there were formerly traces of green paint on wreath.
1According to SCE: two transverse lines on arms. Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE: ”traces of black colour on body”. Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE a figure standing to the right in the chariot is now missing. SCE mistakenly states support for reins in on inner right horse - should be inner left. Face.
1According to SCE forehead is ”flying”. Face. Needs mounting.
1According to SCE I, 237, there were originally 65 beads.
1According to SCE I, 499, the lower engraved circle ‘might be interpreted as a graphical sign’.
1According to SCE II, 732, there was formerly a black border around base, now effaced. Face.
1According to SCE II, 854, the graffito on the base should be “pi.”, ‘the initial syllable of a name’. This is not the case (see Description). Från ”salthyllan”.
1According to SCE III, p 234, this is a female figurine.
1According to SCE III, p 237, this statuette represents Zeus Ammon. Flisa 5.
1According to SCE III, p253, this fragment represents a childbirth.
1According to SCE III, p 260, V. 534 consists of 4 fragments; thus, 2 fragments are missing.
1According to SCE III, p 296, this statuette represents a woman.
1According to SCE III, this is an “ithyphallic demon”.
1According to SCE lower arms are missing. Face. Needs support. Sample from analysis on shelf A11 F3 (Sample on shelf A.11.H.03, 090408/MJ)
1According to SCE no mention of missing nose. Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE only the right arm is missing. Face.
1According to SCE the base is missing and the statuette’s height is 17.3. Synad. Ok. Face.
1According to SCE the group’s lenght is 23.5 cm. Face.
1According to SCE there were formerly traces of black paint on eyes, hair and earrings. Flisa 3.
1According to SCE there were formerly traces of black paint on hair. Flisa 3.
1According to SCE the right arm is missing. Face.
1According to SCE the statuette is 15.5 cm, which is the lenght of the statuette without lower body mending. Face. Needs mounting.
1According to SCE the statuette is 37.7, the height without reconstruction. Face.
1According to SCE the statuette is holding a quadruped, and has hands with fingers. Sample taken by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-14. Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE the statuette originally held a now missing flute.
1According to SCE the statuette’s height is 24.5 cm. Face.
1According to SCE the statuette’s height is 25.2 cm. Face. Needs support.
1According to SCE the statuette’s height is 47.7 cm. Face.
1According to SCE the statuette’s height is 49.3 cm; right thumb is described as broken, but is now missing. Face.
1According to SCE this is the handle of an incense-burner. SCE describes the handle as ”flat with concave sides”. Possibly wrong inventory number?
1According to the Accession catalogue, this object had traces of red paint all over and may have been used for offerings.
1According to the Accession catalogue, this object is from Marion! EJ KLAR! Check Provenance!
2According to the Accessionskatalog, the tomb has no. 282. The objects found together in the tomb are nos. 1959:12-51. EJ KLAR!
1According to the Accessionskatalog the bowl gives a non-Cypriote character.
1According to the Békésy catalogue the dating of the vase is 1500 BC, which contradicts the dating according to E. Küster (9th-8th century BC). According to M. von Heland in Georg von Békésy’s Antiksamling, 1974, p 76, it is possible that the presence of the snake suggests an association to the temple of Asklepios, god of medicine and healing, which is known in Bergama during the Hellenistic period. Possibly the vase is a votive gift dedicated to Asklepios.
1According to the Catalog of Aquisition, from the Gurgan region.
1According to the catalogue, a parallel? can be found among the finds from the 1929 season at Merimde Benisalâme. Fotograferas.
1According to the catalogue "Not dep." But MM has a sfinx without known number. Could possibly be identical to NME 510.
1According to the catalogue a lid to MME 1963:1 = MM 31000.
1According to the catalogue the amulet is of Bes.
1According to the catalogue “Used to contain certain dried leaves” in “separate bag”. This is unaccounted for.
1According to the donor, Alf Harlin, this object came into his possession in 1963.
1According to the excavator “traces of gold ring inside, fittings removed.”
1According to the final publication (Gjerstad et al 1934: 89) solely four individuals were located in tomb 313 B. The journal from the excavation mentions six individuals though (dagbok märkt D II:1 i arkivet. Sid 56ff). Whether the present skeleton designation 313 B/V is due to a confusion has not been possible to establish.
1According to the inscription, the shabti belongs to the “Servant of the Place of Truth Imn-m-ipt. This name and title is connected with Deir el Medineh. However, due to its frequent use, and in this case, lack of exact provenance, an exact identification is not possible.
1According to the inventory catalogue it was a gift from: “Prof. N. Schücks sterbhus 1948”.
1According to the inventory from 1992, Tashkent 18th century or Bukhara 19th century.
1According to the inventory list from 1992, Iran 17th century. Äldre bilder av Marianne Boqvist
1According to the litterature (Arne 1945, Fürst 1939) the present individual should, amongst other elements, consists of a cranium but no mandible. The present skeletal material, however, shows the opposite, a present mandible but no cranium. Further, according to Fürst (1939) the absent cranium indicates a female. the present coxae, however, indicates a male.
1According to the litterature (Arne 1945) nothing indicates that the present case should consists of a subadult.
1According to the litterature (Arne 1945) the present designation should consists of a subadult individual. The present bone elements, however, belong to an adult dito. The above dating concerns the subadult individual and is in accordance with Arne (ibid). The present calvarium consists solely of a calvaria.
1According to the litterature (Arne 1945) this individual should solely consists of an adult cranium and vertebrae cervicalis. The present case is however a subadult. The extra bones are from an adult. The extra teeth are permanent but still with an open apex.
1According to the litterature (Gjerstad et al 1934) solely one individual was located in tomb 603.
1According to the litterature the present individual should consists solely of a cranium. The bag that comes with the individual was designated C I s 22?.
1According to the National Museum Accession Catalogue, this vessel belongs to the Geometric Period. This is not correct.
1According to the NM register, this tile originates from the mosque of Santa Maria la Blanca, Toledo. Chemical composition of glaze?
1According to the old register the nose is reconstructed. = MM 19895b ?
1According to the parallel from the Louvre the decoration which mixes plastic elements with cut-outs, grooves and geometric figures is typicaly for the workshops in Cerveteri. Etruskermontern! Ernst Brunner.
1According to Vandenabeele -98, the paint is black.
1According to Vandenabeele this vessel is Polychrome (=VII) Ware. According to Gjerstad, there were red lines encircling neck and belly (SCE II, p 396).
1According to Vassos Karageorghis, this object is not manufactured in Cyprus.
1According to Wahlberg-sandberg (2002) this individual should be H I s 9. According to Arne (1945) H I s 9 consists of an adultl while the present case rather consists of a subadult. However, since the H i s 5 is the only suitable subadult within the layer H, the present individual is most likely in accordance with the information of Arne.. The various fragments item consists also of various epiphyses.
1According to Yatts, Hobson and Rackham this bowl is a fake, ref. Rackhams’ letter , letterbook 1931-08-11, “the surface appears to have been skinned and redecorated:” Ware called, ‘Garrûs’ (district), Champlevé or Gabri (due to an erronous belief that this was a zoroastrian production). According to inventory list, Raghes (Rayy), 10th-11th century.
1A chain made of 13 different parts. Probably not linked together originally.
1Acquisition according to loose label.
1Acquisiton-list from the NM attributes this miniature to a Rajput-school. 18th century, meaning an Indian provenance. The inventory list from 1992 says Ispahan-school, suggesting a persian provenance.
1Additional info: NME, previously SHM.
1Additional information on the documentation of the object refers to” CG 17 CS 9” (?)
1Additional inv. nr. MM SHM 14305:012 Vessberg type VIII.
1Additional inventory number: GVIA 40. EJ KLAR! Dimensions!
1Additional inventory number: GVIA 40. Pressed onto a matrix with rib decoration made by an instrument. EJ KLAR! Dimensions!
1Additional inventory number NM Ant 1140.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:005.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:079. Check date!
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:080.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:082.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:084.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:085.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:086.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:087.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:098.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:170.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:171. Märk!
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:177.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:184a.
1Additional inventory number SHM 607:184b.
1Additional label: “Board Z.H. Bird”.
1Additional label:”Nr 17 (?). Board C”
1Additionally marked: Ghâbât, Upper Egypt 1913, Prehistoric, 4000B.C.
1Additional marking, a paper sticker: N. Tano Antiquities, no.646, Cairo-Egypt. On loan 1928-1933 from the donor.
1Additional marking, in pencil: Elefantine 1910 (Koptisk) Additional no.B15 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional marking: 123 T.A. SE 36. 37
1Additional marking: 167 T.A., SE 36, 37.
1Additional marking: 5 6 A, TA. SE 36, 37
1Additional marking: 56c. T.A. SE 36.37
1Additional marking: Falmouth Museum
1Additional marking:K
2Additional marking:P
1Additional marking:P Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional marking:R
1Additional marking: SE 36. 37. 358. Search for additional pictures.
1Additional marking: T.A. SE. 36, 37. 56b
2Additional marking in pencil: GC (?) June 1890.
1Additional marking on the base: PBC Wavy line design.
1Additional markings, H.I.
1Additional markings: ur mumiegraf Luxor 1890
1Additional markings: x F 15
14Additional museum no. : An unidentified NME number.
1Additional museum no. : An unidentified NME number. OBS: Ta bort ståltråden!
1Additional museum no. : An unidentified NME number. The inventory number was applied today with white ink.
2Additional museum no. : An unidentified NME number. The inventory number was filled in today with white ink.
1Additional museum no.B.59
1Additional museum no.B.68
1Additional museum no. B60
1Additional museum no.B67
1Additional museum no. B72 Object does not agree with catalogue. Tidigare inlagd i databasen som MM 10072B!
1Additional museum no. MM 15717. On loan 1928-1933 from the donor.
1Additional museum no.NM1218
1Additional museum no.NM1230
1Additional museum no.NM1233
1Additional museum no. SHM 607:121 OBS: det är locket som ligger i kolli 95. Vasen ligger i kolli 124.
1Additional no.:G-A, Section V, no.180
1Additional no.10
1Additional no.11 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.12 , Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no.12 Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no.13
1Additional no.14 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.15 Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no.16
1Additional no.17 Additional no. in pencil:21/5/01
1Additional no.18
1Additional no.19
1Additional no.1937:133
1Additional no. 1937:195
1Additional no.1 Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no.20
1Additional no.21
1Additional no.22
1Additional no.24
1Additional no.25 and marked:364. Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.26 and marked: G63
1Additional no.27 and marked:G63
1Additional no.28
1Additional no.29
1Additional no.30 and XII
1Additional no.31
1Additional no.32 Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no.33
1Additional no.35
1Additional no.37 Salt precipitation has occurred. Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no.38
1Additional no.39 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.4
1Additional no.40
1Additional no. 42
1Additional no.43
1Additional no.44
1Additional no.46
1Additional no.47
1Additional no.48
1Additional no.50
1Additional no.52
1Additional no. 534
1Additional no.53 Salt precipitation has occurred. Felaktigt inmatad som kolli 91. Ligger i kolli 104.
1Additional no.54
1Additional no.58
1Additional no.59
1Additional no.5 Salt precipitaion has occurred. Äldre bild Anders Ljungkvist
1Additional no.6
1Additional no.62
1Additional no.63
1Additional no.64
1Additional no.65
1Additional no.66
1Additional no.68 Äldre bild Anders Ljungkvist
1Additional no. 69
1Additional no.7
1Additional no. 71
1Additional no.72A
1Additional no.72B
1Additional no.77
1Additional no.78 and 110 Cracks need to be consolidated.
1Additional no.79
1Additional no. 80
1Additional no.81 and 80 Additional information, text on the body:BALLANA surv of Nubia 1933 and writing in Arabic.
1Additional no.82
1Additional no.83 and also no.95
1Additional no.84
1Additional no.85
1Additional no.86, another is 80
1Additional no. 8 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.9 Excavation no. 14/3/10 Search for additional pictures.
1Additional no. A6240 Äldre bild av Anders Ljungkvist 1998.
1Additional no.B1
1Additional no.B10
1Additional no.B109
1Additional no.B121
1Additional no.B16 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.B17
1Additional no.B18 Salt precipitation has occurred. Additional marking in pencil: Elefantine 1910 (Koptisk)
1Additional no.B19 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no.B 64
1Additional no.B 65
1Additional no.B97
1Additional no. Brunton, 28/1667
1Additional no. Brunton28/2645
1Additional no. Brunton 28/634
1Additional no. Brunton 28/634 Salt precipitation has occurred.
1Additional no. on the vessel:33 Previously without an inventory number. One was issued today, 1997-08-20
1Additional no(s). 16-18
1Additional nos..: in black pen: 80E in pencil, :34 in pencil, : sb
1Additional nos.. 4 + 8 25 14 Belongs to the list (C) Lugn, No (7) 6.
1Additional nr. 2 Previously without an inventory number. One was issued on 1997-07-22. The object has not its inventory number written on it.
1Additional nr. 3 Previously without an inventory number. One was issued on 1997-07-22. The object has not its inventory number written on it.
1Additional nr. 4 Previously without an inventory number. One was issued on 1997-07-22. The object has not its inventory number written on it.
1Additional number, 15? or 16? Search for additional pictures. Spiral design
1Additional number:105 Fragile.
1Additional number: 23.
1Additional number: 60. ‘West Slope’ type. Nya bilder Medelhavsmuseet 2009.
1Additional number: 75219.
1Additional number: NM 1214
1Additional number: P. 457. EJ KLAR!
1Additional numbering: 20
1Additional number on base: 1859 (?). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional number on base: 1864 (?). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 1 (E. 35).
1Additional numbers on base: 10 (P. 652). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 11 (P. 670). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 12 (P. 662). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 13 (P. 655). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 14 (P. 724). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 15 (P. 631).
1Additional numbers on base: 16 (P. 716). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 17 (P. 656). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 18 (P. 653). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 19 (P. 675). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 1A (P. 662). Medallion Style.
1Additional numbers on base: 2 (P. 679). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 20 (P. 729). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 21 (P. 672). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 22 (P. 714). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 23 (P: 641).
1Additional numbers on base: 24 (P. 680). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 25 (P. 676). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 26 (P. 678). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 27 (P. 677). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 28 (P. 671). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 29 (P. 645). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 3 (P. 715). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 30 (P. 643).
1Additional numbers on base: 31 (P. 719). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 32 (P. 640).
1Additional numbers on base: 32A (P. 749), No. 105.
1Additional numbers on base: 33 (P. 673). Incised sign on base.
1Additional numbers on base: 34 (P. 722). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas! Synad.
1Additional numbers on base: 35 (P. 635). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 356 (P. 718). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 37 (P. 638). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 38 (P. 644). Ej klar!
1Additional numbers on base: 39 (P. 654). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 4 (P. 674). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 40 (P. 649). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 41 (P. 717). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 41 A (1933 II-19)/3. EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 42 (P. 658). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 43 (P. 661). Inscribed signs on base.
1Additional numbers on base: 44 (P. 647). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 45 (P. 660).
1Additional numbers on base: 46 (P. 649). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 46 A (MM RR 432). EJ KLAR!
1Additional numbers on base: 47 (P. 651). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 48 (P. 659). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 49 (P. 723). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 49 A (MM RR 432). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 5 (P. 721). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 50 (P. 662). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 51 (P. 634). EJ KLAR!
1Additional numbers on base: 52 (P: 633).
1Additional numbers on base: 52 A (E 111). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 53 (P. 646). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 54 (P. 664). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 55 (P. 665). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 55 A (MM RR 432). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 56 (P. 663). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 6 (P. 683). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 6A (P. 748). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 7 (P. 682). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 8 (P. 685). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: 9 (P. 629). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional numbers on base: A 10 (P. 637). EJ KLAR! Fotograferas!
1Additional number V. 446?
1Additional pictures available. Check location!
1Additional slip of paper, (modern) inside:Gurop, pl.21, 18-19 dyn. Gurob, pl. 26, fig. 15
1Additional small fragments in a separate box marked “Kition No. 478”. Fotograferas! EJ KLAR!
1Additonal no.75
1Additonal no.76
2A description of the items aqcuired in Cairo has been established by Ph. Dr. C.J. Lamm.
1A falsification.
1A few small sherds inside.
1A fragment of the hinge lies in a plastic container, additional no. A9187 Äldre bild av Anders Ljungkvist 1998.
1Agios Fokas?
1A- Hair-ring, B-Rivet, C-nail. EJ KLAR!
1Ahough this example is said to come from Luristan it is difficult to place and date exactly. Type is found in Luristan first 2400 BC (Porada) and as late as 7th cent (Vanden Berghe 1968b). Other sites are Ur 3 (Haller), Assur, relief Nimrud in (Assurnasirpal II) early 9th cent BC. Fotograferas.
1AI-6
1AII:45
1AII:S4
2AII:S6
1AII:S8
1AIII:56a
2AIII:S3
2AIII:S6a
1A jar with a sample from this sculpture is stored on the same shelf.
16A kylix (pl. kylikes) is a relatively shallow drinking vessel, typically raised on a stem from a foot and having two horizontal handles disposed symmetrically, although many variants of the shape do exist. Their primary use was for the consumption of wine during symposia and, especially during the Classical Period, many were decorated with scenes of a humorous or sexual nature.
1A label attached on bottom reads “Gayer-Anderson Collection, 1917” and in red “I.160”. Furthermore, scribbled in graphite one can read “Amenop III”.
1A label attached on bottom reads “Gayer-Anderson Collection, 1917” and in red “I.162.G”.
1A label attached on elytra reads “Thebe”.
1A label attached on prothorax reads “Thebe”. Forgery!
1A label attached on reverse says 200 piasters, crossed over and sold for 46 piasters instead.
1A label attached on teh back reads: “Gayer-Anderson Collection, 1917”. Additionally, in red ink, “I 163.”.
1A label attached on the back says “GR 22.4.23”.
1A label attached on the backside of the clapper claims the provenance to be Luxor.
1A label attached to the object says “D94” although what it hints at is not specified.
1A label attached underneath, raeding “Gayer-Anderson Collection, 1917” and in red “I. 1570”.
1A label on bottom reads: “Gayer-Anderson Collection, 1917” and in red “I.157.F.”
1A label on reverse reads: “Gayer-Anderson Collection, 1917” and in red “I.156” (?)
1A label underneath reads: “R.G. Gayer-Anderson Loan Collection, 1917.” and in red “I.162.”.
1A left hand holding lion marked V. 573 is NOT part of this stauette. A right leg [wrongly] marked V. 572 might belong to this statuette.
8A lekythos (pl. lekythoi) is generally a taller, cylindrical vessel with a small, deep mouth, narrow neck and a single handle. However, many variants of the shape do exist, including the rounded, squat form and the ovoid “Deianeira” form, all in various sizes. They were used for the storage of oils and are especially associated with funerary contexts. Towards the end of the 4th century BC they were functionally replaced by the unguentaria.
1A letter 6/9 1965, Dnr 25/1965.
1Alexander III
1A lid (MM 1960:009) belongs to the krater. Urval Galleriet. Äldre bilder A. Stalteri. M. Sjöblom.
1All 208 NM-sherds are unmarked, therefore given an s.n.-number.
1All information in SCE concerns the body without the head. Face. Needs support. Färgglad
1All information in SCE concerns the lower part of the statuette. Face. Needs support. Grupp 6.
1All information in SCE refers to lower body only. Face. Needs support.
1All information in SCE refers to the body without the head. Face.
1Almost illegible inv.no., needs re-marking.
1A long, sometimes open crack has developed and needs to be attended to.
1A long crack on the body.
1A loose (old) label inside the box says "D 15".
1Also has no A9187.
1Also incorrectly marked ”1237”. Face.
1Also labelled 'National Museum n° 1085'
1Also labelled H 621.
1Also labelled ’NM Ant 313’. S. Loeschcke, Lampen aus Vindonissa. Zürich, 1919, p. 213.
1Also labelled ’SHM 607:68’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also labelled ’SHM 607:75’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked 170.
1Also marked 764.
1Also marked as BE 113
1Also marked E. 011:004? Another object has the same number, check the SCE!
1Also marked with inv. no. from Röhsska konstslöjdmuseet: RKM 26-71. Type 7, period 4-6, SCE II, pl CCXXXII:13. Face. Grupp 1.
1Also marked ‘20565,101 Iran Pochlu Tepé’.
1Also marked ‘2142’ and ‘110’. Äldre bilder A.Stalteri Marcus.M. Sjöblom.
1Also marked ‘2152’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked ‘2164’.
1Also marked ‘2166’ and ‘74’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked ‘2169’ and ‘19’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked ‘2170’ and ‘73’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked ‘2173’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked ‘2180’ and ‘58’.
1Also marked ‘2182’.
1Also marked ‘2185’.
1Also marked ‘2200’.
1Also marked ‘32’.
1Also marked ‘53’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also marked ‘M.2162’ and ‘72’. Urval Galleriet.
1Also numbered SHM 4166. Condition inventory (Veronika Eriksson) and photography (Ove Kaneberg) 2003-10-06.
1Also registered as MM 1956:033 in inventory.
1Alternative inventory no: A.I. 2775 [Fragments of two large Plain White pithoi; handmade. As no. 2764.] There is a drawing - See More pictures!
1Alternative inventory number: E. 62.
1Alternative no: G. 001:003.
1Although rather short, this may have been a cover for a quiver. The best documentation of quivers is in Assyrian reliefs. Two types of decor exist: one geometrical, one representational. These last appear in relief only under Assurnasirpal II, 883-859 B.C. Those from Luristan can be divided into two groups: Mesopotamian and eastern Luristan. Urartians used quivers, Elamites are shown wearing them, and one is known from Crete in the archaic Greek period (Moorey). If ours is authentic it has both iconographical and stylistic peculiarities. E.g.: top register: central bearded figure's skirt, side pieces may be misinterpreted wings seen in Assyrian and Luristan work. While his head is allright his feet turn both to the right, normally frontal figures feet turn outward. He grasps a curved thing seemingly attached to the lions' chests - intended as a weapon? Central register: unusual tree, see equally strange trees on the gold beaker from Marlik, and the silver one from Amlash, Eastern Luristan. The filling devices seem Neo-Elamite. Bottom register: badly drawn beardless figures, especially left leg left figure, and his short skirt misinterpreted as pants. Prominent noses = Luristan, hair forerunner Persian style, they lack beards. Suspicious or could be peculiar for Luristan. Internal style consistent Neo-Elamite (Porada) and late Luristan (Kantor) x-ray 13/8/76 (68)
1A mark under base, indicates a production from 17th century Yezd , see Lane, A., Later Islamic Pottery, London & Glasgow 1957 & 1971, p. 117. See also a similar chinese production, second half of the 16th century first half of the 17th century. Utvald
26Amathus ligger ca 1 km öster om centrum i dagens Agios Tychon.
1Amazonite is previously known as green feldspar.
1Amenophis III, Thutmosis III or Thutmosis I?
1A modern copy.
2Amratien
4AMS date according to Ramsey et al.
11An alabastron (pl. alabastra) is a long-bodied vessel, typically with a rounded bottom. It is usually without a handle, although some examples have short handles (or eyes or lugs) through which a string could be attached. The name is derived from alabaster, the white-ground stone that the earliest examples were carved from. They seem to primarily have been a vessel for perfumed oil, as indicated by scenes on vases depicting it being used by women after bathing.
10Analys 2015
1Analysis of metal content was made 1982-09-27 by M. Törnblom at RAÄ-T (diarienr. 86/82); Cu 93,3/Sn 3,00/Zn 0,04/Pb 0,25/As 2,04/Ag 0,85. Flisa 6b.
1Analysis of metal content was made 1982-09-27 by M. Törnblom at RAÄ-T (diarienr. 86/82); Cu 94,5/Sn 1,02/Zn 0,03/Pb 0,15/As 3,71/Ag 0,61. Flisa 6a.
1Analysis of metal content was made 1982-09-27 by M. Törnblom at RAÄ-T (diarienr. 86/82); Cu 94,5/Sn 1,40/Zn 0,04/Pb 0,10/As 2,33/Ag 0,75. Flisa 5.
1Analysis of metal content was made 1982-09-27 by M. Törnblom at RAÄ-T (diarienr. 86/82); Cu 96,7/Sn 1,96/Zn 0,02/Pb 0,09/As 1,46/Ag 0,33. Flisa 6a? eller Flisa 6b?
1Analysrapport finns i arkivet: MM Gemensamma handlingar, E 4:3, Konserverings- och analysrapporter, 1988.
1Analysrapport finns i arkivet: MM Gemensamma handlingar, E 4:3, Konserverings- och analysrapporter, 1992.
1Analyzed with X-ray fluorescens May 95. Result: Almost clean gold - 231/2 carat = >97-98 %, traces of silver, coppar, tin. No Platina. Result filed in Collection Archive under inv. no.
1An analysis on the ware please see a letter from M.F., Kaplan 25/3 1977
8An aryballos (pl. aryballoi) is typically a small globular or ovoid vessel with a narrow neck and a characteristically broad and flat lip, to prevent spillage. They were used to contain oil or perfume and are often depicted being used by athletes in vase paintings. At times the vessel is attached by a strap to the athlete’s wrist or hung on the wall.
1Ancient? (Hayes, November 1993). Urval Galleriet. Äldre bilder A.Stalteri Marcus.
1Andrews in her book of Amulets, calls the crown for amodium, although there does not seem to exist such a word...?
1An empty box on the shelf is marked 413.
1A new face (inventory number 1960:006b, now in storeroom) has been attached to the female figure.
2An example of similar type exists in a private collection in Bromma, cf letter (“brevdiarium”)1975/108
1Animal representations had a long tradition in Egypt and the horse was one of the most popular choices.
1Animal type 2. Period 3.
1Animal type 3. Period 4. Flisa 7.
2Anklets Sialk B II pl. xxvii (9-13 diameter) Currency?
1An object with same number may be in the Cyprus Museum. Face.
16An oinochoe (pl. oinochoai, alternatively spelled oenochoe/oenochoai) is a single-handled vessel, more specifically a jug, usually taller than it is wide. They come in many different shapes and forms, with variations in profile, mouth-type and handle-form. They functioned as pouring vessels for wine and have taken their name from the Greek words “oinos” (wine) and “cheo” (I pour). Miniature versions were often placed in children’s graves.
1An old label attached to the ushebti (in front, on stomach), “237”. The inventory catalogue does not mention this, so the origin of the label uncertain.
1An old label has been attached to the piece on reverse side. The MM # is currently vacant. Fotograferas!
1An old NM label attached underneath the scarab.
1An old NM label attached underneath the scarab. The MM # is currently vacant. Probably forgery.
1Anonym follis
19A note, stored together with the collection with which this object belongs says: Dessa växter m.m. har skänkts 1981 av Max Willborg, som fått dem av en svensk som bott i Egypten. Denne (ambassadör Uno Eng) hade i sin tur fått dem av och genom Vivi Täckholm Ej katalogiserade Förteckning enl. åsatta nummer har ej återfunnits av tidigare ägare
1A note in the bowl says: ”Generalkonsul Sten Tersmeden” and a phone number.
1A note in the box says "Lökknippa Allium (xxx?) prov taget D44"
1A note says: ”Från gammal grav, köpt i Kairo 1890”.
1A note states that the beads come from a Egyptian mumie.
1Another bowl has the same number, therfore this object is given a B. Could this be E. 011:009?
1Another bowl has the same number.
1Another dagger has the same no.
1Another dagger has the same no. Flisa 1? eller Flisa 6a?
1Another disc in drawer B:01:02 has the same no.
1Another female head also has this number, so they will be called a and b.
1Another object has also got this number. H.M. written on a label (= Historiska Museet).
1Another object has the same number, but this one is correct.
1Another object has the same number, therefore given a b. Inventory number might be incorrect. EJ KLAR!
1Another object has the same number, therefore this object is given a B.
1Another object has the same number, therefore this one is called A.
1Another object has the same number (=NME 807 B).
1Another object has this number, therefore this one is given B, see A.
1Another object with the same number may be in the Cyprus Museum. Sample taken by Gloria Ikosi 1992-03-17. Sample on shelf A11 F3 (A.11.H.03, 090408/MJ) Face. Needs mounting.
1Another object wrongly has the same number, therefore this number is given an A.
1Another piece in Låda 37.
1Another statuette with same number may be in Cyprus Museum. Face. Needs support.
1Antefix is the decorated end of a roof tile.
1Antiksamlingen 1794. Troligen från Asine kammargrav I:1. Of Asine 1, fig 246 (nr 2 fr. v.)
1Antiksamlingen 1802. Asine kammargrav I:1. Of Asine 1, fig 246 (t.v.)
1A number has been written on the obverse, reading 2952 ? Excvatavion #?
7An unguentarium (pl. unguentaria) is a small container, typically made of clay or glass, for oil and perfumes. They are mostly associated with Hellenistic and Roman contexts, especially as grave goods.
14An unguentarium (pl. unguentaria) is a small container, typically made of clay or glass, for oil and perfumes. They are mostly associated with Hellenistic and Roman contexts, especially as grave goods. The so-called fusiform shape (from the Latin fusus, meaning “spindle”) is characteristic of Hellenistic unguentaria and is thought to have developed functionally from the lekythos. On the other hand, the so-called piriform shape (from the Latin pirus, meaning “pear”) is characteristic of the Roman era, especially the early Principate.
231Användningsrätt - se kontrakt med Ernst Brunner. Bilderna användes till hans bok - Vandring under jorden, Fredsgatan 2.
1A old label stored inside the jar says: "5b. Rotstockar av Cyperus longus. Ålder okänd. Egyptiska Museet, Kairo."
1A parallel to this ushebti constituted 1980 a part of the M. Willborg Coll. (see Parallels). Also marked in black ink on the dorsal pillar “C.A.P.”, which indicates that the ushebti once belonged to the C A Petterson Coll., which was bought by Vitterhetsakademin 1848 = SHM 1453.
1A parallel to this ushebti constituted a part of the M. Willborg Coll. in 1980.
1A plaster impression of the seal’s motif is included in box.
1Appearance and colour of surface, and glue residue suggest it may belong to body A.I. 1976.
1Appearance and colour of surface, and glue residue suggest it may belong to head A.I. 0802. SCE describes statuette before mending of right arm.
1Aq. inventory dates it to the 19th century, though it could be earlier. Some anomalies are the fact that he wears no ring (!), the hand in which he holds the book looks a bit funny and the rear part of the coathas been repainted. Later additions or a bad paintor?
1Aqcuisition list mentions a that there was an iron signet ring hodlning a karneol with an incised inscription, which is no longer in the case.
1aquired from the same place as 0002/1922
1Aquisition Catalogue says 1000 A.D. Utvald
2Arcadius
1Armband med glaspärlor. NM 607 eller 608? (kommentar från Nationalmuseum 2015:1)
1Arne (1945) does not distinct this individual as a subadult. The age assessment, however, indicates an age between 7-9 yrs.
1Arne gives three illustrations of very different lids... only the Pl. LVIII, Fig. 466b agrees with the description . Wrong picture?
1As 10 (=1980) Asine 1, 374: faiance no 3.
1As 11 (=1976) Asine 1, 376: faiance no 4.
1As 12 (=1978) Asine 1, 376: faiance no 5.
1As 13 (=1982) Asine 1, 376: faiance no 6.
1As 14(=1962) Identitet ej säker. Asine 1, 376.
1As 14 (=1965) Asine 1, 376.
1As 14(=1971) Asine 1, 376.
1As 14 (=1973) Asine 1, 376.
1As 14 (=1974) Asine 1, 376.
1As 14C (=1964) Asine 1, 376.
1As 15 (=1963) Asine 1, 376.
1As15 (=1969) Asine 1, 376.
1As 9 (=1979) Asine 1, 374: faiance no 2.
1As A.J. 6:154. Fotograferas om.
1A sample from the midrib contained 96.8% copper, 0.4% tin, 2.5% arsenic, a trace of iron and zinc. Flisa 1? eller Flisa 6a?
1A sample from the tang contained 97.1% copper, 0.4% tin, 0.8% arsenic, 0.31% iron, a trace of lead and a small trace of zinc.
1A sample from the tang contained 98.7% copper, 0.8% arsenic, 0.23% iron and a trace of zinc. Flisa 1? eller Flisa 6a?
1As compared with the inner coffin of Hornedjyotef, the present piece is undecorated internally, has rather less gilding employed on the collar and winged scarab and additional texts. However, in other aspects it is all but identical.
1A separated fragment of the frame has no MM 19628.
1As for the pin above (1993,05) the best parallels three pins from Bard-i Bal, II, some geometric decor, but much shorter. Late Bronze Age tomb at Tepe Sarab Bagh, 1600-1300 BC similar shape, decor not visible. Somewhat similar Tepe Giyan Early 1 Mill BC. Has previously been registered in Greek-Rome
1A sherd-box with most of the pieces is placed in the cupboard in the Conservation room.
1Asine 14 (=1975) Asine 1, 376.
1Asine 15 (=1968) Asine 1, 376.
1Asine 15 (=1970) Asine 1, 376.
1Asine kammargarv I:1. As 2 Asine 1, 376: ivory no 1, fig. 244. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav 1:1. As 5. Asine 1, 376: ivory no 4 fig 244. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 14 (=1961). Asine 1, 376. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 14 (=1967). Asine 1, 376: amber no 1 fig 245. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 14 (=1972). Asine 1, 376: amber no 1 fig 245. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 14 (=1976). Asine 1, 376: amber no 1 fig 245. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 3. Asine 1, 376: ivory no 3, fig 244. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 4 Asine 1, 376: ivory no 3, fig 244. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 6. Asine 1, 376: ivory no 5, fig 244. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 7. Asine 1, 370: "ivory" no 6 fig 344. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. As 8 (=antiks 1981) Asine 1, 374: faiance no 1. Asinesamlingen u-a.
1Asine kammargrav I:1. Enligt notering: ej registerförd, ej märkt.
2A skyphos (pl. skyphoi) is a deep-bowled drinking vessel with a low foot and two short handles that are usually horizontal. They were usually made of clay but could also be made of precious metals, such as silver or gold leaf, and cameo glass. They are regularly depicted in symposium scenes.
1A small glass jar with flax seeds is in store. According to a note they are from cracks in the upper side of the lid of NME 007. Stored with botanical collection.
1A small piece of linen is in the box as well.
4A small sample was taken 11 September 2012 by Maria Arvidsson for DNA-analysis. Sent to Prof. Salima Ikram at the American University in Cairo.
1Associated with MM 11404a-c Stod inskriven att ligga i kolli 43, men det är fel. Ligger i kolli 50.
2Associated with MM 19469b, despite differences in width.
1Associated with MME 1969:260.
1Associated with MME 1969:261.
1Assyrisk och babylonisk
1A stand to the sculpture is stored next to it. Uncertain if they really belong together.
1As with the inner coffin, this piece is all but identical to the corresponding coffin of Hornedjyotef. There are detail differences in the layout of the decoration, but both coffins were clearly made in the same workshop.
1Asymmetrical Ph. pedis which may indicate two individuals.
3Athenian.
1Attached to podium by former owner. Feet broken off. Found together with note saying purchased in 1947. EJ KLAR! Fotograferas.
1Attached to wood handle in august 1968.
1At the time of acquisition a label was glued to the object on which was stated that the pig was Greek and a gift from P.E. Böklin who had got it through an archaeologist. This archaeologist turned out to be Prof. Å. Åkerström, who allegedly judged the object as being genuine. Nya bilder Medelhavsmuseet 2009
1At the time of acquisition MM 1991:002 B was glued on to the bottom of alabastron MM 1991:002 A.
1Aucissa type. EJ KLAR! Fotograferas.
1Augustus
179Automatiskt skapad vid digitalisering av katalog.
1Automatiskt skapad vid digitalisering av katalog. Är det verkligen rätt bilder? Svårt att utläsa numret. Enligt katalogkort saknas denna scarabé.
247Automatiskt skapad vid import av skannade katalogkort.
5Automatiskt skapad vid import av skannade kort.
1Automatiskt skapad vid skanning av egyptiska katalogen.
1A very similar copper/bronze, slightly larger, excavated at Khatun Ban in the 1930's, see Schmidt, van Loon, & Curvers 1989 Iron 2. Early Iron Age Tepe Guran, grave 4. Other similar excavated bowls are in pottery. One with striped shoulder, another same shape, from Kutal-i Gulgul, I2. Same shape also context LI1 . Best bronze collections the Metropolitan and Ashmolean museums which are quite similar. The same hand?
1Avlägsna limrester
1Avlägsna limrester, möjligen limma om ett stycke
1Avsaltad, omretuscherad med äggoljetempera. Gamla gipslagningar återanvända efter urlakning.
1Avsaltas om möjligt. 14 fragment. 10 tim. OBS: The large parts of the bowl are in the showcase, the smaller ones on the shelf.
1avtal/uppdragsbekräftelser
2Axe shape is okay but is the decor fake?