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1A. Bellinger, has donated objects to the museum in 1939.
1A. Olby
1A ´tazza´, a saucer-shaped cup, with a ring base.
1A ¨badge¨shaped rendering of the god Bes.
1A ¨fancy¨juglet with a medium tall neck, modelled rim, rim to shoulder handle, quatrefoiled body with incised dots in between the folds and on the semi rounded base. Black coated, polished vertically.
1A ¨pilgrim bottle¨, round base, short neck and flaring modelled rim. Polished vertically. Additionally, the interior rim is polished.
1A ¨tazza¨ ware.
2A ¨tusk¨ shaped artefact, one end has a circumscribing incised furrow.
1A ¨tusk amulet¨ in alabaster. Elongated with a pointed tip and a threading hole at the opposite end.
1A) Fragment of a hinge, B) Fragment of bronze-sheet.
1A annular ring in deep blue glaze. Made for wearing in the hair.
1A an ovoid vessel with a polished black top and a red coated exterior.
1A Ba-bird. Wood covered in stucco and painted. Headpiece is missing.
1A Ba-bird. Wood covered in stucco and painted. Legs and headpiece are missing.
1A baboon with a horned sundisc on his head. Sitting on a naos in front of an offering table and lotus flowers. A winged sundisc.
8A ball in a eight piece ball game.
1A ball of clay.
1A barbed arrowhead with flanges and bent tang.
1A barbed arrowhead with flanges on the tang.
1A barbed arrowhead with the tang broken off.
1A barrel bottle with a short neck and a modelled rim. Buff surface, resin residue on the rim and neck, smoothed.
1A bar which is bent. U shape.
1A base for a sculpture. Only the feet of the sculpture is preserved. Hierogyphs above and around the base. Made for the singer Semset.
1A base-plate and three fragments of green, turquoise transparent glass.
1A bay leaf shaped pendant with a suspension loop on top and a knob at bottom. The center of the piece is concave. Use and identification of object enigmatic. The catalogue gives a parallel to this object in Petrie’s Objects of Daily Use, pl. XLIII, nr 53, although it is not similar to the this object.
1A bead made in an open mould. The obverse is shaped with a suspension loop. The reverse surface is concave, interior shaped as a flower. Blue-green glaze.
1A beaker, cup with a straight, flaring profile, wide mouth, flat base and direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Blackened interior with tool marks.
1A beaker, jar, with a straight upper body, damaged rim, a tapering lower body and a narrow flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior. Incised pot mark on the lower body.
1A beaker with a broad flat base, slightly flaring profile and a modelled rim. Red coated and burnished.
1A beaker with a broad upper body, tapering to a modelled rim and to a narrow flat base . Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A beaker with a bulbous body, converges to a slightly flaring rim and tapers to a narrow flat base. Polished black-top with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A beaker with a bulbous body, pointed base and modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, polished.
1A beaker with a bulbous body, pointed base and slightly concave rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, lightly burnished.
1A beaker with a bulbous body, tapering to a narrow flat base and a direct rim. Polished black-topped with a burnished, red coated exterior.
1A beaker with a bulbous body, the lower body tapers to a narrow flat base. The bulging upper body converges to a restricted mouth and a modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A beaker with a bulging body, converging to a modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. Black topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Salt precipitation has occurred.
1A beaker with a bulging body, tapering to a flat base and modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior. Polished upper body, burnished lower body.
1A beaker with a bulging body, tapering to a flat base and slightly concave, vertical rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, lightly burnished.
1A beaker with a bulging body, tapering to a narrow round base and tapering to a modelled rim. Polished black-topped with a red coated exterior, worn. Black immediate interior mouth.
1A beaker with a conical profile, tapering to a narrow flat base and modelled, slightly flaring rim. Polished black-top with a red coated exterior, burnished. Black polished immediate interior rim.
1A beaker with a convex body, direct rim and tapering to a narrow, semi rounded base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished vertically.
1A beaker with a convex profile, oval and wide mouth, rounded base and direct rim. There are two indentures on either sides of the mouth. Black-topped, decorated with diagonal overlapping polychrome bands Lightly burnished.
1A beaker with a convex profile, oval and wide mouth, rounded base and direct rim. There are two indentures on either sides of the mouth. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Black burnished interior.
1A beaker with a convex profile, semi rounded base and slightly flaring, modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Blackened interior.
1A beaker with a modelled rim, straight profile, flat base and two tubular string hole handles. Black surface, scraped.
1A beaker with an ovoid body, tapering to a narrow flat base and modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished vertically.
1A beaker with an ovoid body body, slightly concave, modelled rim, pointed base. Black-topped, vertically polished with a burnished red coated exterior. Black interior.
1A beaker with a slender bulbous body, short neck, modelled rim and tapering to a pointed base.
1A beaker with a slightly convex profile, semi rounded base and slightly flaring rim. Polished black-topped with a burnished red coated exterior.
1A beaker with a slightly flaring profile, direct rim and tapering to a flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior.
1A beaker with a straight profile, flaring rim and flat base. Polished interior rim. The interior has been smoothed.
1A beaker with a straight profile, slightly tapering to a rounded base, direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A beaker with a straight slightly flaring profile, slightly flaring rim and flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior. Lower and middle body burnished, upper polished.
1A beaker with flaring profile, wide mouth, semi flat base, direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A beaker with straight profile, slightly flaring rim and tapering to a flat base. The vessel stands on an angle. Polished interior rim, remaining interior is smoothed and black. The exterior and interior feature white cross-lined plant decoration.
1A bearded male face and a female face, both between two arms.
1A beautiful and well-equipped tomb prepared the way for an enjoyable life on the other side of death. The first funerary gifts were simple vessels filled with food and drink that the dead may. However, over time, the funerary objects increased in number and became more sophisticated. The tombs were filled with furniture, clothes, household goods and tools, some of which the dead may have used in his/her life. Other objects, especially made for an existence after death, were also put in the tomb. A vast majority of the tombs were robbed of their contents at an early stage, often shortly after the actual burial. The first objects to get stolen were normally scented oils and other objects that could easily be re-used or sold. Later on, the grave robbers took more of an interest in gold and jewellery. Grave robbery has continued well into modern times. Few Ancient Egyptians were given the undisturbed rest they had hoped for.
1A beautiful and well-equipped tomb prepared the way for an enjoyable life on the other side of death. The first funerary gifts were simple vessels filled with food and drink that the dead may. However, over time, the funerary objects increased in number and became more sophisticated. The tombs were filled with furniture, clothes, household goods and tools, some of which the dead may have used in his/her life. Other objects, especially made for an existence after death, were also put in the tomb. A vast majority of the tombs were robbed of their contents at an early stage, often shortly after the actual burial. The first objects to get stolen were normally scented oils and other objects that could easily be re-used or sold. Later on, the grave robbers took more of an interest in gold and jewellery. Grave robbery has continued well into modern times. Few Ancient Egyptians were given the undisturbed rest they had hoped for.
1A beer bottle with a broad shoulder, short neck, direct rim, wide mouth, tapering body, a faint wavy wall and fingerprints in a pinched base. Additional clay fragment stuck to base. Drab surface, rough and wheel-made.
1A beer bottle with a broad shoulder, short neck, direct rim, wide mouth, tapering body, wavy wall and fingerprints in a pinched base. Flat base with core-impressions. Drab surface, rough and wheel-made.
1A bell shaped weight with a threading hole.
2A Bes amulet in bichrome faience, where the figure of Bes is of deep blue glaze and the suspension loop is in light blue glaze (the suspension loop is attached to the amulet later). Bes is shown standing in profile, playing the tambourine. Flatbacked. ‘Amarna type’ of pendant.
1A Bes-jar with an ovoid body, concave neck with a flaring neck and a small pointed base. Bes’s face is constructed thus: ears, eyes and mouth have been applied by means of small bits of clay. The area around the face has been depressed slightly. Cream coated, rough.
1A bi-conical vessel with a narrow mouth and narrow rounded base. Buff surface, rough.
1A bird imprinted in the bottom of the bowl.
1A bird shaped, type ¨anchor-bird¨,magic slate with suspension hole, drilled hole for its eye and on one side three drilled depressions.
1A bird shaped (magic) palette with an inlaid eye. Double bird.
1A bird shaped magic(?) slate palette with suspension hole.
1A bird shaped magic palette.
1A bird shaped magic slate with suspension hole.
1A bird with a ball in its beak. Probably non Egyptian origin.
1A bird with a scourge on his back.
1A black and white mottled stone artefact, cylindrical shape with eight cut sides.
1A blue-green upper part of an uninscribed ushebti with a dorsal column. Horizontal inscribed lines, the ushebti is broken at the waist. Nice glaze. The name reads WAH-ib-ra and he was according to the title a general.
1A blue-green ushebti with three horizontal lines of inscription. No dorsal column, but an integral base. Detailed in the face. The glaze is nice. The name reads ZAt-Imn (Ranke PN I, 286:6), the name of the father is PA-di-Hr (Ranke PN I, 124:19). The owner’s title has not been solved.
1A body sherd from a large jar. Exceptionally bright blue glaze.
1A bone awl.
1A bone hook, a crochet hook.
1A bone needle, sewing needle.
1A bottle with a medium tall neck, modelled rim, ovoid body and rounded, pointed base. Red polished vertically.
1A bottle with a short neck, narrow mouth, modelled rim, neck to shoulder handle, an ovoid body with an angular transition to a flat base. Cream coated with a black spot, smoothed.
1A bottle with a slender a bi-conical body, short neck, modelled rim and tapering to a flat base. Polished body and interior rim.
1A bottle with a slender medium tall neck, flaring rim, an ovoid body and a rounded pointed base.
1A bottle with a slender neck, modelled rim and ovoid body and a rounded pointed base. Red coated, polished. Worn.
1A bottle with a spindle shaped body, medium tall neck, modelled flat base, modelled rim and a neck to shoulder handle. Red coated, polished.
1A bottle with a spindle shaped body, modelled rim and a narrow, raised flat base. Buff surface, rough.
1A bottle with a tall, concave neck with a modelled rim, open mouth, steep shoulder, an ovoid body and a rounded base. Red coated, polished with vertical strokes.
1A bottom fragment from an unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and blue. A single horizontal line around the foot. A filled circle at the center of the bottom, with flower petals or branches protruding in a clockwise manner. Underneath the foot a potter’s design i Arabic inscription which is to be read as Gaibi. ‘Egyptian ware, 14-15th Century’.
1A bottom fragment from an unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Polychrome exterior glaze in pale green, black and blue. Vertical lines along the body, a single line around the foot. Bichrome interior glaze in blue and white. A single flower with ten petals at the center of the bottom. Three holes drilled att bottom forming a triangle between them. Underneath the foot a potter’s design i Arabic inscription which is to be read as al-Shami. ‘Egyptian ware, 14-15th Century’.
1A bowl, reconstructed around one sherd. Flaring wall, applied ring base, modelled rim. Red coated and polished
2A bowl in green schist.
1A bowl wit a straight flaring profile, a restricted upper termination and a plain rim.
1A bowl with a converging body, converging, direct rim, thin walls and a round base. The rim has one protrusion with an incomplete hole drilled horizontally. Red coated exterior, polished, with a thin black top. Black coated interior, burnished.
1A bowl with a converging profile, round base and direct rim. Black, burnished but worn, possible stone imitation?
1A bowl with a convex lower body, carinated transition to a converging upper body, a direct rim and a flat base. Red coated and polished. Two registers are decorated with white dots.
1A bowl with a convex profile, narrow flat base and a slightly introverted direct rim.
1A bowl with a convex profile, oval mouth, round base and rounded rim. Brown coating, smoothed.
1A bowl with a convex profile, round mouth and round base. Severely worn. Red-polished with an interior decoration. It feature, adjacent to the rim, several multi linear V-shaped figures. These abut a circumscribing line. Below this line are two multi linear V-shaped figures opposite one another.
1A bowl with a convex profile and oval mouth. Rounded base and direct rim. Yellow brown ware, smoothed.
1A bowl with a flaring body, a restricted upper termination and a narrow flat base. Red surface, terracotta?, with a wavy line incised decoration adjacent to the rim, which itself is slightly undulating.
1A bowl with a flaring profile, modelled rim and a wide flat base. Reconstructed around one sherd, Red coated and burnished. It has a small protrusion in the centre and two parallel faintly incised lines which circumscribe the bottom at the junction between base and the wall.
1A bowl with a flaring profile and a restricted upper termination. It has also a circular depression on the bottom.
1A bowl with a flat base, flaring profile, shoulder and a square rim.
1A bowl with a globular body, converging slightly at the mouth, flat base and direct rim. The pot stands on a slight angle. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Black interior. A vertical crack runs from the rim to the base.
1A bowl with a narrow elongated base, straight but flaring sides terminate in a direct rim . It has a handle on the on the far end. On the other end the handle is missing.
1A bowl with a narrow flat base, convex profile, three serrated handles and one narrow spout.
1A bowl with an ovoid body, slightly tapering to an oval mouth, a direct rim and a flat base. Dark brown surface, rough and chaff tempered. The vessel has 4 drilled holes around the body and one not fully extant hole adjacent to a break.
1A bowl with an rim bent inwards and squarely cut.
1A bowl with a restricted mouth, globular body and an indented base. Reddish brown surface, rough. The upper body has an incised zig-zag pattern.
1A bowl with a rim bent inwards with a square cut.
1A bowl with a slightly carinated profile, direct rim and a semi round base. Brown surface, with a white spot. It is filled with 72 false dates, carved in wood and originally painted. Traces of paint exist. It has been covered with a linen rag.
1A bowl with a slightly flaring profile, oval mouth, direct rim and a flat base. Hand made. Rough, black surface, poorly fired and chaff tempered. The base has two incised lines.
1A bowl with a straight profile, flat base and a flaring rim.
1A bowl with the lower body tapering to a narrow flat base, bulging, broad upper body, slightly converging to a modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A box filled with white shells.
1A box with flakes from a mussel shell, reported to be of Badarian period.
1A box with miscellaneous objects of different materials; handle from cup with black glaze, sherd from glass vessel, glass beads and amulets, a piece of ivory (?), semi-circular glass weights (?) and two stone spindle whorls.
1A box with two layers of mummy linnen.
1A bracelet consisting of varying length of tubular beads. Green, blue and white glaze, from OK-FIP. Restrung.
1A bright blue ushebti inscribed with eight horizontal lines. Belongs to Nesitanebascheren (?).
1A bright blue ushebti inscribed with eight horizontal lines. The ushebti has a dorsal column and stands on an integral base. The back part of the head is chipped as well as part of the forehead. Beautiful hieroglyphs and colour. The name reads PA-di-Wzir (Ranke PN I, 123:1), born of Sp-n-zpdt (Ranke PN I, 325:26).
1A bright blue ushebti with a simple dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Inscribed in hieratic in five horizontal rows with black ink. Detailed face. Unusual with hieratic inscription on ushebtis.
1A bright green ushebti with an inscribed vertical column in front. Dorsal column and an integral base, approximately half of the base is chipped of, otherwise is the ushebti intact. The name reads Hr-m-zA.f (Ranke PN I, 248:12), born of Hp-mz (?), a name not to be found in Ranke. The title of the mother is enigmatic.
1A brim bowl made in black and white speckled stone.
1A broad, necked jar, tapering to a flat base, wavy ledge handles and a modelled rim. Pinkish surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features six wavy lines which circumscribe the vessel from the neck down to the ledges. The ledges are adorned with horizontal wavy lines. In between the handles there is a series of hills which stand on a wavy line. Below, there is a row of hills, which circumscribe the vessel. Finally, on the lower body, there are three groups of eight ¨flying flamingos. Figural design.
1A broad beaker with a convex profile, converging slightly to a modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. Black-topped with red coated exterior, burnished.
1A broad jar with a bulging body, tapering at the mouth and a flat base. It has an introverted ledge rim, in which four holes have been drilled. The vessel did once have a lid. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The motifs are peculiar. Immediately below the rim is a series of hills, semi-circumscribing the vessel. It is interrupted however by three, four figures which elude description. Below the hills, there is a lattice pattern motif. Additionally, below and circumscribing the upper body are several rows of irregular horizontal lines. One vertical line cuts through these and on the top of it is a bird like figure. The decoration on this vessel may be a forgery.
1A broad jar with an inverted, (worn in places), piriform body, modelled rim, two ledge handles and tapering to a flat base. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The body features groups of four long vertical wavy lines. In between figure multiple rows of four shorter vertical lines. Wavy line design.
1A broad necked carinated vessel, modelled rim, red coated, polished horizontally.
1A broad open jar with a flaring body and tapering to a narrow flat base and rounded rim. Black red ware, worn, exterior.burnished in places.
1A broad vessel with a broad upper termination, tapering body, modelled rim and a narrow flat base. The vessel stands on an angle. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A broken, unrestricted oil lamp, lower part remaining. Both exterior and interior are glazed in a turqoise colour. Fatimid-Mamluk ware.
1A bronze ball. Clay core?
1A bronze fibula broken in two pieces. Part of the needle is missing.
1A bronze fish. A hole in the upper fin. Incised decorations.
2A bronze mirror.
1A bronze mirror with tang.
1A bronze mount. It has two cartouches which give the name of the last king of dynasty 25, b3-k3-r´ t3-n-w3tj-imn .
1A bronze object, weapon (?) in two pieces, a+b. The longest (=MM 30253a) has a lion head at one end.
1A bronze situlae with remains of traditional decoration.
1A bronze situlae with remains of traditional decoration. Damaged suspension holes.
1A bronze situlae with remains of traditional decoration in three registers. One suspension hole is missing.
1A bull. Bronze on a clay core.
1A bulla for protection.
1A bull in raised relief.
1A bunch of onions.
1A bunch of young crocodiles wrapped in linen.
1A bundle of thread.
1A burnishing pebble?
1A buttonlike mould for a detailed wedjat eye. No incised traces for a thread, to make the suspension hole, present. Clay, fired red.
1A canopic jar. It did have a lid in the shape of a baboon´s head, Hapy. It was however stolen on the 7 of October, 1965. The jar has four vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. The jar belonged to Wahibremen.
1A canopic jar. It has no lid.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a baboon´s head, Hapy.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a human head, Imsety. The jar and head is not a pair. The head is made of alabaster. Inside of the jar there is a bowlshaped lid of terracotta. The jar may have been a container for an Ibis mummy, since there are fragments of bone which could pertain to this bird. Mounted on wooden socket.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a human head, possibly Imsety.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a human head, possibly Imsety. Polished.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a human head. Possibly Imsety. Polished.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a human head. The jar has two reliefs of a god and a goddess.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a human head. The jar has two vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. ¨Words spoken by Isis: (I) kill the enemy, I protect (?) Amset, who is inside me.
1A canopic jar and a lid in the shape of a jackal´s head. The interior of the jar contains the embalmed viscera. The jar features three vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. Canopic jar for h3-di-imn born by mr-nt-i(t)=s.
1A canopic jar for the man, Sedmenet featuring two arms, holding an ankh sign and a sceptre. One vertical row of hieroglyphic inscription. It has no accompanying lid.
1A canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a falcon head, Quebehsenuef. The jar has four vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. The jar belonged to Wahibremen.
1A canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a human head, possibly Imsety. The jar has four vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. The jar belonged to Wahibremen.
1A canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a human head. The jar belonged to Pabek.
1A canopic jar with a lid in the shape of a jackal´s head, Duamutef. The jar has four vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. The jar belonged to Wahibremen.
2A canopic jar with no lid.
1A canopic jar with no lid. Yellow and red wavy lines on a white background.
1A canopic jar with the lid of a jackal´s head, Duamutef
1A canopic jar with two vertical rows of hieroglyphic inscriptions. It has no lid.
1A canopic lid in the shape of a baboon´s head. Hapi. Traces of white and black paint.
1A carinated bowl with a modelled rim and tapering sharply to a narrow base. Black coated exterior and interior, polished. There is an incised circle on the interior bottom.
1A carinated jar with a medium tall neck, modelled rim and a narrow flat base. Buff coated with an exterior upper body and waist decoration in maroon. It features alternating groups of vertical lines and cross designs, compiled of multiple lines. The base of the neck has a band. The lower body has a short diagonal line, below of which is a wavy line.
1A carinated jar with a modelled rim, grooved body, a narrow flat base and two pairs of small lug handles on the shoulder. Dark, beige surface, smoothed.
1A carinated jar with a restricted mouth, inverted piriform body, slightly rounded base and one ¨spout¨ handle. Buff surface with an exterior polychrome decoration. It features alternating blue, yellow and red circumscribing bands on the shoulder and on the upper body. The top part of the handle is painted blue.The blue bands are the most predominant, since they are the thickest. The lower body exhibits its buff wash, through which the original drab surface of the vessel is rendered visible. Smoothed.
1A carinated jar with a short neck,ledge rim and a ring base. Polychromed.
1A carinated jar with a tapering lower termination, flaring neck and a direct rim. Grey brown surface with reddish inclusions. It contains dates. It has a thin rope tied around the neck and a bundle of cloth which seals the jar.
1A carinated vessel with a medium tall neck, modelled rim and a narrow flat base. Buff surface, smoothed, with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features, nine vertical lines on top of the rim, three bands on the neck and three bands on the shoulder.
1A carinated vessel with a medium tall neck, modelled rim and a ring base. Alternating horizontal bands of burnished and rough circumscribing lines.
1A carinated vessel with a medium tall neck, oval mouth, direct rim, broad shoulder, globular body and a round base. Exterior rilling marks. Drab coated, rough.
1A carinated vessel with an oval mouth, direct rim, thin walls and a straight upper body which sharply transcends to a conical lower body with a pointed base. Red coated, polished with a thin black-topped rim. Black coated interior, smoothed.
1A carinated vessel with a short neck, modelled rim, two neck to shoulder handles and a short spout emanating from the shoulder. Pinkish, cream coated surface, rough.
1A carinated vessel with a short neck, modelled rim and flat base. Cream coated, burnished.
1A carinated vessel with a short neck, slightly flaring rim and a narrow flat base. Red coated, polished.
1A carinated vessel with a short neck and a modelled rim. Dark red coated, polished.
1A cat or a lion lying down.
1A cat standing set on a loop.
1A cat with a kitten. Seated. Green faience.
1A cat with a loop hole on its back. Mounted on a piece of modern wood.
1According to notes a galli weight from Mekka.
1According to the catalogue a Pesesh-kef, however, more likely ostrich feathers. Threading hole at the back.
1Acc to note: "Föremål av obekant härkomst, troligen ur Gayer-Andersson coll."
1Acc to note: "Papyrus och linne, okänd härkomst".
1A chip of flint with traces of chalk cortex.
1A chisel without the handle.
1A circular miniature mirror with a small protrusion for attaching a handle in another material (not preserved). Corrosion on both sides. Foundation deposit.
1A circular palette with a raised rim and traces of malachite still present.
1A circular palette with notches on one side.
1A circular shaped lid. For a make-up jar?
1Acknowledgement of Receipt of Cheque, Money Order, etc. Antiquities service; from the communication between Egyptiska museet and Gayer-Andersson
1A clapper showing the right hand. Fingers indicated with four incisions. The wrist is adorned with a bracelet, indicated by five incised lines. The clapper has been broken and repaired at several places.
1A clay bowl with traces of blue paint. The paint has been analysed by Tekniska institutionen 24/11 1981.
1A clay bowl with traces of red paint. Analysis of the paint made by Tekniska Institutionen, 24/11 1972.
1A clay cone inscribed with a Sumerian inscription of Shulgi, the second king of the Third Dynasty of Ur (2094-2047 BC). In the publication by H. Steible, about 47 other clay cones and 7 bricks with the same text are given, two, possibly seven, of these clay cones are known to have been excavated in the city Girsu (Modern Tello), but one is recorded as being from Uruk. All the others are without recorded provenance. The inscription deals with the construction by Shulgi, king of Ur, of the temple for the goddess Nanshe in the city Girsu. The temple was called Esheshsheshegarra. All these clay cones were probably once placed in the walls of this temple. Translation: “For the goddess Nanshe, the lady of the delimited area, his lady, Shulgi, the strong man, king of Ur, built her Esheshsheshegarra.”
1A clay lump with turquoise glaze.
1A clay spoon comprising of ladle part and a loop handle. Red coated, rough.
1A clear blue ushebti with a dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Inscribed with a single vertical column in front as well as a name on the back (dorsal column). The name reads tA-wAH-Imn (Ranke PN I, 355:6), born of tA-rmT-(n.t)-Bztt (RankePN I, 364:23).
1A clear blue ushebti with a dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Inscribed with a single vertical column in front as well as a name on the back (dorsal column). The name reads tA-wAH-Imn (Ranke PN I, 355:6), born of tA-wAH-Baztt (Ranke PN I, 355:6).
1A clearly cut scarab. On obverse are the clypeus and head visible. Prothorax separated from the elytra by a single horizontal incision. Wingcases marked by a single vertical line. Himeral callostities. Simple legs. Pierced lengthwise. On reverse in sunk relief, there is the name of Mn-xpr-rA enclosed in a cartouch to the left. To the right it says Imn-Ra nb tAwy. Below this group the sign of nbw (?) is visible.
1A coarse, thick, open bowl with a slightly flaring profile, direct rim and a round base. Light brown coated, smoothed.
1A coarsely carved ushebti, inscribed with a hieratic inscription in black ink around the whole body. A stylized face and base. Mummiform.
1A coarsely cut scarab. The obverse has clypeus and head, followed by a prothorax separated from the elytra by a single line. The wingcases are indicated by a single vertical incision. Feathered legs. The reverse is decorated with a seated deity, with beard, holding a was-staff. A group of hieroglyphs above the seated god. This decoration is not compatible with ancient Egyptian iconography, wherefore it is suggested that the piece is a forgery.
1A coarsely cut scarab with barely no details on obverse. Stylized legs, indicated by incisions. On the reverse a group of deities, the one in the middle can be identified as Amon due to the crown. The identity of the two other figures is unsolved. Pierced lengtwise.
1A coarsely cut scarab with no specific details on obverse, other than the clypeus and head are discernable. No distinction between prothorax and elytra. Stylized legs. On the reverse, in sunk relief, the name of a Ramessid king. Pierced lengtwise. Completely discoloured glaze. Forgery?
1A coarse pottery ushebti with traces of light blue wash (paint). Minor chips at the foot. Uninscribed.
1A coarse scarab in faience. On the obverse hints of clypeus and head. Prothorax separated by a single horizontal incised line. Wingcases indicated by a single incised vertical line. Ordinary legs. On the reverse a group of hieroglyphs, shown in sunk relief. The name of Amen-Ra (Imn-Ra) dominates, although there are other signs present, perhaps nb-tAwy. Green glaze, most of it worn out. Pierced lengthwise.
1A cobra, painted in red and blue.
1A cobra with sun´s disc on the head. Two tangs on its back for fastening.
1A coffin for a lizzard.
1A coiled cobra.
1A coin shaped object in wax. Uneven edge.
1A coin with an image of the emperor Theodosius I on one side together with the text DN THEODOSIVS PFAVG. On the other side Victoria and the text (SALVS) REIPVBLICAE ALEF (Alexandria).
1A coin with an image of the emperor Theodosius I wearing a diadem, and the text (DN THEO)DO SIVS PFAVG. On the other side a garland and the text VOT X MVLT XX ALEF (Alexandria).
1A coin with an image of the emperor Theodosius I wearing a diadem, and the text (DN THEODO) SIVS (PFAVG). On the other side Victoria and the text (SALVS REIPUBLICAE) ANT A (Antiochia).
1A coin with an image of the emperor Valentinianus II and the text (DN VALEN) TINIANV PFAVG. On the other side a garland and the text VOT X MVLTXX AAEF (Alexandria).
1A coin with an image of the emperor wearing a diadem. On the other side Victoria with a garland and the text NT (Antiochia).
1A coin with the bust of emperor Theodosius I on one side together with the text: DNTHEOD (OSIUS PFAVG). On the other side Victoria SAL (VS REIPVB) LICAE.
1A coin with the emperor Arcadius. Text: DN ARCADIVS (PFAVG). On the other side Victoria with prisoner and palm twig. Text: SALVS REIPVBLICAE.
1A coin with the emperor Arcadius and the text DN ARCADIVS PFAVG. On the other side Victoria with prisoner and the text (SALVS REIPVBLICAE) CONST (Constantinopel).
1A coin with the emperor Arcadius and the text DN ARCADIVS PFAVU. On the other side a garland and the text VOT X MVLT XX ANTF (Antiochia).
1A coin with the emperor Arcadius wearing a diadem. Text: DN ARCADIVS PFAVG. On the other side Victoria with prisoner and palm twig. Text: SALVS REIPVBLICAE SMK (Kyzikos).
1A coin with the emperor Gratianus (?). Text: (DN) GRATIA) NVS AVG AVGGG. On the other side Victoria with garland and palm twig. Text: SECVRITAS REI PVBLI (CAE).
1A coin with the emperor Valentinianus II wearing a diadem. Text: DN VALENTIN (IANVS) (PF) AVG. On the other side Victoria and the text SALVS REIPVBLICAE ALEB (?).
1A coin with the emperor Valentinianus II wearing a diadem. Text: DN VALENTINIANVS (IVN) PFAVG. On the other side Victoria and the text (SALVS) REIPVBLICAE.
1A coin with the emperor Valentinianus wearing a diadem. Text: DN VAL (ENTINI) ANVS PFAVG. On the other side a garland and the text VOT XV MVLT XX.
1A coin with the emperor wearing a diadem. On the other side Victoria with garland and the text (SALVS) REIPVB(LICAE).
1A coin with the Roman Emperor Valens, and the text DN VALEN (S PERFAVG). On the other side Victoria with garland and palm twig. Text: SECURITAS (REI PVBLICAE).
1A collapsible stand.
1A collar bead depicting a petal or leaf. Green and purple-blue glaze. The petal is green and the two suspension loops are purple-bluish. Amarna type of bead.
1A collar bead in the shape of a beetle. Suspension hole at top and bottom end. Most of the glaze is worn out, although traces of bright blue glaze.
1A collar bead in the shape of a beetle. Suspension hole at top and bottom end. Most of the glaze is worn out, although traces of dark blue glaze.
1A collar bead in the shape of a beetle. Suspension hole at top and bottom end. Most of the glaze is worn out, traces of blue-green-greyish colour.
1A collar bead in the shape of a beetle. Suspension hole at top and bottom end. Most of the glaze remaining, dark blue in colour.
1A collar bead in the shape of a beetle. Suspension hole at top and bottom end. The glaze is worn out, traces of bright blue colour.
1A composite bowl, an applied base and a modelled rim. Red coated and rough.
1A composite cup with a convex, straight profile, direct rim and an applied ring base. Red coated and polished.
1A composite cup with a narrow, slightly raised flat base, flaring body, carinated transition to a restricted upper termination and a direct rim. Red coated and polished. There are three groups of two, parallel vertical clay strings attached below the rim.
1A composite cup with an oval mouth, direct rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in red. It features a band around the rim from which vertical and vertical wavy lines are drawn. Rilling marks on the interior.
2A conical cup, dummy vessel.
1A container with a slightly concave profile, direct rim and a flat base. Brown surface, rough.
1A convex jar with a short neck, modelled rim and a semi round base. Red coated and polished. The wall is grooved. The jar is filled with many small linen bags, filled with halite (salt).
1A convex piece of glass. Decorated in white and brown.
1A convex piece of glass. Leaflike ornamnets in white, blue and brown.
1A co-production of the Cyprus Broadcastion Corporation and the Cultural Foundation of the Bank of Cypprus
1A cosmetic applicator (or a hairpin) with one end shaped as a flathuman hand, probably a left hand. Slightly curved. Two incised lines on palm. Has been broken in two pieces, repaired.
1A cosmetic object or tool surmounted by a squatting monkey at top end. The monkey is crudely carved and is shown with its hands resting on its stomach. The ‘body’ of the pin is hollow due to drilling. At bottom there is a notch which seems intentional and used.
1A cosmetic palette in a zoomorphic shape, possibly a hedgehog. Chipped at ‘nose’ and broken at forelegs. Traces of a tool.
1A cotton reel with traces of yarn.
1A cotton thread is tied to the chin parts with the lock. The necklace is constituted of a succession of pendants all in the same shape, moulded in the shape of leaves hanging from a palmette.
1A counterpoise, or manxt, with flat back and concave obverse. On lower part of the obverse surface there is linear decoration; a single horizontal incision above several vertically incised lines. The vertical incisions were not made in a symmetrical pattern. A protrusion located on top of the amulet simulates a suspension loop, although it is not pierced, which indicates the funerary use of the amulet.
1A counterpoise (mnit) cut into the usual shape. A simulated suspension loop on top, not drilled through, indicating the funerary use of this amulet. Otherwise no further details. Bitumenous traces.
1A counterpoise or menat (mnit). Obverse is covered with horizontal incised lines. Reverse is devoid of any details. On top a knob simulating the suspension loop, indicating the funerary purpose of the amulet.
1A cow´s hoof. Covered in red-brown paint. Part of furniture?
1A cowroid in a simple shape. No decoration on obverse or along the sides. On reverse the name of Mn-xpr-Ra (Tuthmosis III), flanked by two uraei or two i-reeds. Pierced lengthwise. Blue-green glaze.
1A cowroid in faience. Plain obverse and sides. Pierced lengthwise. On reverse in sunk relief there are four scrolls covering the surface. Brigth green-blue glaze.
1A cowroid seal amulet cut in wood. No decoration on obverse. On reverse a raised relief decoration of a stylized cartouch design. Pierced lengthwise. (Forgery?).
1A cowroid shaped scarab in bright blue glaze. a piece missing on obverse. Pierced lengthwise. On the reverse, a standing Toeris with the nfr-sign in front of her. Encircled by a single incised frame.
1A cowroid shape seal. Pierced lengthwise. the reverse is decorated with two anx signs at center, flanked by a zw signs. No glaze remaining.
1A cresent shaped clapper showing the left arm and hand. The clapper is flat underneath and the upper surface is slightly concave. Broken in two places, repaired. The little finger chipped. The end close to the elbow has a single hole drilled through.
1A cresent shaped knife handle (pommel) with a central attachment hole.
1A crocodile wearing the sun´s disc. Loop hole under its chin. Worn features.
1A crown comprising of a sun’s disc flanked by horns. The crown is detachable.
1A crown consisting of two double feathers, originally located on a composite statue. Each feather has a central groove and has horizontal incision to give them a naturalistic appearance. At bottom there is a sun disc and a uraeus. Along the bottom edge there is probably what seems to be a pair of cow horns (?). There are two pegs in front of the uraeus, forming a part of the attachment, as well as a small hole underneath and back. Would probably have been located on a statue of Toeris or a ram.
1A crude implement, a scraper? Roughly crescent shaped. It has a rudimentary shaped, sharp edge. Maroon.
1A crudely cut bowl.
1A crudely cut bowl. Unfinished.
1A crudely cut dummy bowl.
1A crudely executed beaker, standing on an angle. It has a modelled rim and almost a flat base. Buff surface. Scraped vertically.
1A crudely manufactured vessel with a neck, modelled rim and a conical body with a callice on the shoulder and a flat base. Red surface, rough, scraped vertically.
1A crudely rectangular shaped piece. Light brown flint.
1A crudely worked wooden sculpture. A hole on the front for a phallos which is now broken off.
1A cup made out of a cow horn. Outside surface is decorated with a lotus pattern, where the petals are executed in a slightly raised relief. Rim chipped. The bottom has a hole plugged with a piece of bone. The inside of the cup is rather flaky.
1A cup with a bulbous body, direct rim and tapers to a flat base. Black and brown spotted coating, burnished. Blackened interior, burnished?
1A cup with a bulbous body, tapering to a narrow flat base and a slightly concave rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Blackened interior.
1A cup with a convex lower body, which transcends to a straight upper body, slightly concave direct rim and flat base. Blackened interior. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. The vessel leans to one side a little.
1A cup with a convex profile, restricted rim and a hollow foot. Buff coated with a red decorated interior. The exterior upper body is also painted red and the lower body is left void. Smoothed.
1A cup with a flaring profile, restricted upper termination, modelled rim and a flat base. Red coated and smoothed.
1A cup with a hollow, raised base, flaring lower body which transcends at a carinated angle to a straight, slightly flaring upper body, which in turn terminates with a direct rim. Red coated and polished.
1A cup with an ovoid body, flat base and direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, polished.
1A cup with a piriform body, restricted mouth and flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A cup with a rim to body handle, carinated body, flaring neck, wide mouth and a narrow flat base. Grey surface, polished. Interior rilling marks.
1A cup with a straight, flaring profile, flaring rim and a flat base. Polished interior which has a white crossed-lined decoration. Commencing from the rim are ten groups of vertically placed rectangles filled in with a lattice pattern. Additionally there are two parallel vertical lines which also originate from the rim. The base features an incised pot mark in the shape of a triangle. The exterior is polished vertically and the interior is polished horizontally.
1A cup with a straight, flaring profile, wide mouth, direct rim and flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, polished. Blackened interior, visible tool marks. The vessel stands on a slight angle.
1A cup with a straight, slightly flaring profile, direct rim, flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Whitish interior. The vessel leans to one side a little.
1A cup with a straight, slightly flaring profile, direct rim and tapering to a flat base. Brown surface, chaff tempered.
1A cup with a straight profile, flat base, direct rim and one tubular handle with a furrow on its outer perimeter.
1A cup with a straight profile, semi rounded base, wide mouth and direct rim. Polished black-top with a red coated exterior. Polished immediate interior rim. Worn.
1A cup with a straight profile, slightly tapering to a narrow flat base, direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, well smoothed.
1A cup with a tall foot, restricted upper termination, direct rim and a ring base. Red coated with an exterior decoration, featuring alternating black and white dots set in rows of three. It has also a circumscribing incised line situated below the decoration.
1A cup with incised interior decoration.
1A cup with straight flaring sides and a direct rim.
1A cup with straight sides, thin walls, modelled rim and a rounded base. Red coated, smoothed with a black topped rim. Black coated interior.
2A cutting-out knife, specially utilised for cutting leather.
1A cylinder vase.
1A cylindrical beaker, convex profile and rounded rim.
1A cylindrical beaker, standing on an angle, with a flaring rim and an almost flat base. Drab surface, scraped and roughly smoothed.
1A cylindrical collar vase,jar with an outturned rim, flat base and two drilled holes for suspension.
1A cylindrical dummy vessel with vertical sides and a square rim. Painted in yellow-red colour.
1A cylindrical jar, slightly flaring rim and a flat base. Drab surface with a band of vertical depressions on the upper body.
1A cylindrical jar, with a flat base, a modelled rim and a continous wavy ledge around the upper body, (approximately 2 cm. below the rim). Red brown surface, smoothed.
1A cylindrical jar with a flat base, tapering slightly towards the mouth and a modelled rim. It has a cream surface. A band, resembling a cord, circumscribes the upper body.
1A cylindrical jar with a modelled rim, flat base and a continous band of scallops around the upper body. Buff surface.
1A cylindrical jar with a modelled rim and a flat base. Drab surface with an incised band, resembling cord.
1A cylindrical jar with a modelled rim and a flat base. White surface with an incised band, resembling a cord.
1A cylindrical jar with a modelled rim and a flat base and a continous band of scallops on the upper body. Buff surface.
1A cylindrical jar with an angular rim and a flat base.
1A cylindrical jar with concave profile and a rounded rim.
1A cylindrical jar with vertical sides, a ledge rim and a flat base.
1A cylindrical shaped vessel. Semi round base.
1A cylindrical vessel with incomplete features, shallow mouth.
1A cylindrical vessel with vertical sides, a flat base and an angular rim.
1A dagger in four parts. It has a convex blade, tapering termination. The loose hilt is not part of the original dagger.
1Added to the head (No. 2169) a fragment of the body and the left arm (No. 1603), and the right arm with part of the body (No. 2475). Lower part of body tubular, wheel-made. Upper part is flattened with broad sloping shoulders and built up by strips. Vertical arms, closed hands, of fingers only thumbs modelled. Ovoid head. Triangular chin. Smiling protruding lips. Full cheeks. Rather short, straight nose. Almond-shaped, prominent eyes. Sloping forehead. Pellet ears. Hair falling in raised mass of concave outline along sides of neck. Head covered by helmet with knobbed top. Brown clay, light-brown slip.
1A deep, carinated bowl with a restricted termination and a hollow foot. Red decorated, polished. It has an incised band below the rim and four ¨lug¨handles on the waist.
1A deep, composite bowl with thin walls, an applied ring base and a rim which has three, on opposite sides, introverted foils. Where the fourth foil is expected to be situated the rim is missing. There are incised bands below the rim and around the waist. Red coated with traces of a white washed exterior.
1A deep, open bowl, with a flaring profile, direct rim and tapering to a narrow round base. Black coated exterior and interior, well polished.
1A deep, open bowl with a convex body, round base, slightly converging termination to the mouth and a direct rim. Red coated with a black top, originally burnished, however presently heavily worn. Black coated interior.
1A deep, open bowl with a flaring profile, direct rim and a narrow indented base. Buff surface with a white coated interior and exterior.
1A deep, open bowl with a flaring profile, direct rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. Red-polished exterior and interior. The latter, (worn) has an incised white-crossed lined decoration. It features multi linear, vertical V-shaped figures adjacent to the rim. In the vacant spaces inside of the V-shaped characters, there are what appears to represent a sheaf. The decoration is terminated by five multi linear triangles, (tips pointed up), and finally, abutting the bases of the four triangles, there is a circumscribing line.
1A deep, thin bowl with a bulging body, tapering, direct rim and a round base. Polished and black-topped with a red polished body. Black interior. Faint ripple marks on the exterior.
1A deep, thin walled, restricted bowl with a globular body, direct rim and an indented base. Red coated, burnished horizontally with a black top and black interior, burnished with horizontal strokes.
1A deep blue glazed pendant in the form of a fish. An amulet, worn as a jewellery. Shows probably an oxyrhynchus fish. Flat on one side, concave on the obverse. Suspension hole drilled through the mouth of the fish.
1A deep blue-green uninscribed ushebti with a dorsal column, broken at the base. Back part of the head chipped.
1A deep blue-green uninscribed ushebti with a dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Glaze cracked at certain spots, otherwise nice.
1A deep blue-green uninscribed ushebti with a simple dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Face fairly detailed.
1A deep blue ushebti with a dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Inscribed with a single vertical column in front as well as a name on the back (dorsal column). The name reads tA-wAH-Imn (Ranke PN I, 355:6), born of tA-rmT-(n.t)-Bztt (RankePN I, 364:23). The two last hieroglyphs in the mother’s name are illegible, but could be solved thanks to the parallels.
1A deep bowl, ¨boat shaped¨, direct rim and a round base. Red-polished exterior and interior. Vertical and horizontal polishing.
1A deep bowl with a carinated body, converging upper termination and a rounded base. Red coated, polished.
1A deep bowl with a conical body, restricted upper termination, reddish surface and a flat base.
2A deep bowl with a convex body, slightly restricted upper termination, a direct rim and a rounded base. Buff surface with a red decoration. It features on the exterior a red rim, vertical columns with diagonal lines inside, rhomboid and X shaped figures, vertical dots and plant motifs. The interior features a splash motif.
1A deep bowl with a flaring profile, concave upper termination , direct rim and a ring base. Red surface, burnished.
1A deep bowl with a flaring upper termination, direct rim and a semi round base. Red coated with a black top, polished. Black interior, polished adjacent to the rim.
1A deep bowl with a slightly restricted termination, direct rim, carinated transition to a tapering body and a narrow flat base. Brown surface, red coated and two parallel circumscribing incised lines below the rim.
1A deep composite open bowl with a direct rim, oval mouth and a flattened base. Red coated. Randomly burnished interior and rough exterior.
1A deep cup with a straight and slightly flaring profile, direct rim and a flat base. Cream surface, delicate walls and a red decoration below the rim, resembling garlands. Below this decoration are three closely parallel, circumscribing incised lines. Smoothed vessel.
1A deep jar with a conical lower body, restricted upper body, modelled rim and two lug handles on opposite sides below the rim. Red coated, visible turning marks on the exterior as well as on the interior. It has a white wash coating on the upper body. Smoothed.
1A deep open beaker with a a straight then flaring profile and a flat base. Red surface, vertically polished exterior, horizontally polished interior.
1A delicate, finely carved and painted relief of fishermen collecting their day’s catch from the tomb of the 6th dynasty Vizier Mereruka at Saqqara, Egypt (Photo: Kairoinfo4u, Wikimedia Commons).
1A detachable rim to a vessel with a centre piece hole, drilled from underneath. This may indicate that the artifact has been manufactured separately from the vessel. Another possibility is that it is a detachable lid. Green black stone.
1A detailed Osiris statuette, the beard is partly connected to the breast via a short bridge , crook in right hand, flail in left, wearing the Atef crown and a uraeus. It stands on a base and has a tang for mounting.
1A detailed statuette of a falcon. Horus. It wears the double crown and has a tang for mounting.
1A detailed statuette of an Apis bull, equipped with sun’s disc, horns and uraeus. It has a tang for mounting.
1A detailed statuette of Osiris. He wears the Atef crown with uraeus. The beard is fully connected to the breast. Arms are parallel. The left hand holds a long crook, the right a long flail. The back has a pillar which terminates in a vertically set loop hole. He stands on a base with vertically set loop hole and a long tang. He wears a broad neck collar. Two sides of the base has incised hieroglyphic inscriptions. Traces of guilding on the face. Mounted on a wooden base.
1A detail of a handle shaped as a fist. Drilled through, wide hole. An additional smaller hole to the side as well.
1A dice in green stone.
1A dice made of bone.
1A disc with a drilled hole in one end.
1A dish, belongs to the black-topped ware.
1A dish at which one end is a carved duck’s head and its head is facing inwards.
1A dish with a ¨boat-shaped¨profile and an oval mouth and direct rim. It is supported by four legs. The bowl has a red-polished exterior and interior. The vessel has two white lines circumscribing the rim and body and white coloured legs. It pertains to the white crossed line ware.
1A dish with a convex body, direct rim and a flat base.
1A dish with a convex profile, direct rim, a flat base and a part of a broken off handle.
1A dish with a duck’s head as handle, tapering at one end.
1A dish with a man and a woman cut in high relief.
1A dish with direct rim and a flat base.
1A dish with square four thin lug handles and flat disk base.
1A disk bead in mother-of-pearl. Uneven rim, chipped. A n annular suspension hole drilled in the center.
2Administration document, Sumerian.
1A doll carved as female. Square face with eye brows, big eyes, straight nose and small mouth are shown, as well as a pair of stylized ears. The doll probably wears a collar around the neck, indicated by incised lines. Stylized arms, no legs indicated. Horizontal striations on torso, two V-shaped incisions mark the pubic area. One hole through each arm pit. Broken at knees.
1A doll carved as female. The breasts, navel and pubic area are indicated. Stylized legs and arms. The face has few details, only the nose and mouth are shown. The hair is horizontally striated. Flatbacked, body contours indicated. Broken at ankle.
1A donkey (?) in relief.
1A double beaker with a straight profile, flat base and direct rims. One beaker is worn and slightly compressed at its base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Visible tool marks.
1A double cowroid bead wearing the cartouche of Mn-xpr-Ra on reverse. Pierced lenghtwise. The object has most likely have had at one additional bead attached to it. Most of the green glaze remains.
1A double eye of Horus, with four of five black pupils still remaining.
1A double feather-amulet or Swty. A central vertical groove separates two feathers. Each feather has also a central groove. On the back side a very faint protrusion simulating a suspension loop, which indicates the funerary purpose of the amulet.
1A double feather-amulet or Swty. A central vertical groove separates two feathers. Each feather has also a central groove. Reverse smooth, no indication of a suspension loop/hole, which denotes the funerary purpose of the amulet.
1A double feather-amulet or Swty. A central vertical groove separates two feathers.On the reverse there is a notched protrusion simulating the suspension loop, not drilled through. This indicates the funerary purpose of the amulet. Chipped at right corner.
1A double headed bird palette.
1A double headed bird palette. Both of the stylised heads are missing. Inbetween the heads are six sharp points. One drilling hole.
1A double headed bird palette. One head is missing. Ovoid shape.
1A double headed bird palette. One of the stylised heads is missing. Inbetween the heads are two humps.
1A double headed bird palette and a hole drilled between the heads.
1A double headed bird palette with a drilled hole.
1A double headed bird palette with a drilled hole. The heads have decorations on both sides. It has scratch marks.
1A double headed bird palette with a drilled hole inbetween the heads.
1A double headed bird palette with a drilled hole inbetween the heads. One head is missing.
1A double jar, comprising of two linked pilgrim bottles with short necks, direct rims, lentoid bodies and two on each, lug handles. Red surface, rough.
1A double jar with ovoid bodies, tapering to narrow flat bases, modelled rims and one tubular string-hole handle on each body, which are not drilled through completely. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The decoration is however only visible on one body only. It features an aloe plant and a ship, on which, the author identifies a standard in the shape of a mountain? Figural design.
1A double necked vessel, ledge rim, bulbous body, foot and a ring base.
1A double pot, neck and flaring rim. Red polished ware. Worn by the rim.
2A double-rimmed ¨collared¨vase.
2A double-rimmed ¨collared¨ vase with a pointed base.
1A double seal impression. One impression is unidentifiable, the other has a flower motif, comprising of four petals, set in a oval enclosure. It resembles the hieroglyphic wn-sign, å, according to the author.
1A double seal impression on a piece of clay. The first one features a mirror symmetry of two vertical • nb- signs, two œ and additionally two stems terminating in a spirals. The figures are separated by a base. The second impression has a base, featuring one œ jnh-sign and one stem with a spiral.
1A double sided Hathor head, once forming a part of a sistrum. She wears a broad collar and a crown. There is a uraeus at each ear. The piece is worn, traces show a light blue glaze.
1A double sided Patek, standing on an integral base. Stylized, although the dwarfish body is clearly discernable. Suspension hole integrated with the body, at the level of his neck. Light blue glaze.
1A double vessel, composed of one ¨pilgrim bottle¨ with two, neck to upper body handles and a modelled rim. It is connected to the squat juglet by means of the juglet’s handle, which has been transformed into a yoke-shaped joint, thus connecting the two vessels by their rims.(Holthoer, R. New Kingdom Pharaonic Sites: the Pottery, Scandinavian University Books, 1977, pp.103-4) Additionally, the two vessels are combined at their lower bodies. Cream coated, polished.
1A dove sitting on an olive branch in relief on discus.
1A drill cap.
1A drill with three pointed ends. One side is crude, the other worked. Brownish surface.
2A drill with two pointed ends. One side is crude, the other worked. Brownish surface.
1A drinking vessel, with a conical body and a direct rim. Red surface, rough.
1Adukt. Male/female?
1Adult: female?+subadult: male/female?
1Adult: female. Adult + subadult: male/female?
2Adult: Male+subadult: Male/female?
1Adult. Female
4Adult. Female?
28Adult. Female?.
1Adult. Female?. According to the litterature (Fürst 1939), however, the present individual is a male.
35Adult. Female.
3Adult. Female according to the litterature.
1Adult. Male, based on the mastoid process and brow ridge.
1Adult. Male?
1Adult. Male?, based on the brow ridge and the glabella.
1Adult. Male?, based on the nuchal crest.
39Adult. Male?.
155Adult. Male/female?
1Adult. Male/female?.
1Adult. male/female? Consists solely of the shaft of the left femur.
1Adult. Male/female.
74Adult. Male.
1Adult. Male (in accordance with measurements in Fürst 1939)
2Adult+subadult: male/female?
8Adult+subadult. Male/female?
3Adult + subadult. Male/female?
1Adult + subadult. Male/female? The subadult consists solely of a fibula.
1Adult female.
1Adult Male/female?
9Adults. Male/female?
1Adults. Male/female.
1Adults+subadult. Male/female?
1A dummy bowl.
1A dummy cup.
1A dummy jar, with a cylindrical body, slightly concave profile and a ledge rim. 1/3 of the vessel is drilled through.
1A dummy jar. Slender ovoid body, rounded rim and a narrow flat base.
1A dummy jar. The vessel may have been used at the ”opening of the mouth” ritual.
1A dummy jar with a conical body a short neck and a direct rim.
1A dummy jar with an ovoid body, concave transition to a short flaring neck and vertical rim.
1A dummy kohl jar, not hollowed out. Fragment of faience stopper.
1A dummy vessel, flaring profile and a restricted upper termination and a rounded rim.
1A dummy vessel.
1A dummy vessel. Cylindrical shape, vertical sides, direct rim and flat base.
1A dummy vessel with a bulging cylindrical body, concave upper termination and a softly squared rim.
1A dummy vessel with a concave profile and a crudely modelled rim.
1A dummy vessel with a tapering cylindrical profile and a crudely modelled rim.
1Aegis with head of Bes.
1A fairly large ushebti, once inscribed with seven horizontal rows of hieroglyphs, now illegible. Dorsal column, integral base. The glaze is completely worn out, although it would have been pale green in its original colour.
1A falcon in green and black stone. Drilled eyes. Underneath a drilled hole for attachment.
1A falcon made of wood covered in stucco and painted.
1A falcon with the double crown and a loop hole on its back for suspension.
1A false door from the tomb of Hershefnakht. The inner panel depicts the tomb owner sitting in front of a loaded offering table.
1A female head
1A few Bichrome, Wh.P.
1A few Bl-on-Red
1A few dec. 1 piece of limestone 1 piece of bone - burnt black by fire
1A few White Painted
1A figure of Duamutef in reddish-brown wax, which would originally have been placed in the abdomen cavity of a human mummy. Repaired break across the legs. Not painted.
1A figure of Qebehsenuef in reddish-brown wax, which would originally have been placed in the abdomen cavity of a human mummy. Repaired break across the legs. Not painted.
1A figure showing a standing dwarf, could be Patek, although the icongraphy does not correspond to him. The figure is sculpted on all sides. Hands resting on a protruding belly. The face is rather caricature like, resembling that of a monkey. The figure wears a broad collar. Faded glaze, originanly in bright blue colour. Suspension loop through neck.
1A figure vase of a squatting man.
1A figurine, possibly a goddess. Corroded
1A figurine of the god Shu. Green faience.
1A figurine with traces of white slip. Stylized. All four legs and tail chipped, head missing. The udder on the stomach identifies the figurine as a cow.
1A figurine with traces of white slip. Stylized. Two of the legs are chipped as well as the muzzle. Shows probably a cow, but it could also be a ram due to the lump on the left temple. Small incised dots simulating the eyes. No actual tail.
1A filter from a water jug, originally located at the neck of the jar, part of shoulder remaining. The filter has been executed in an intricate pattern. No glaze.
1A filter from a water jug, originally located at the neck of the jar, with part of neck and sholder remaning. The filter has been executed in an intricate pattern. No glaze.
1A filter from a water jug, originally located at the neck of the jar. The filter has been executed in an intricate pattern. No glaze.
1A finely cut male face, originally a part of an ushebti. Traces of a striated wig. ‘Reverse’ smooth.
1A finely detailed statuette of the god Ptah. Eyes inlaid with gold.
1A finely modelled standing Osiris statuette. He wears the white crown of upper Egypt with uraeus. The beard is attached to chin only. Arms are crossed over the chest. The left hand holds the flail while the right holds the crook. Long tang for mounting.
1A finger ring broken into four pieces. Two of them repaired. The bezel shows a wedjat eye in raised relief.
1A finger ring with the name of Tutankhamun.
1A fish palette with a drilled depression for an eye on both sides, drilled hole on the ridge. Notches on the ridge and an incised lattice pattern on its tail.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole and notches on its ridge. Drilled eye.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole on its ridge.
2A fish palette with a drilled hole on its ridge. Traces of malachite on one side.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole on its ridge and a broken off tail.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole on its ridge and drilled eye.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole on its ridge and one eye inlaid with ivory.
3A fish palette with a drilled hole on the ridge.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole on the ridge and notched edges on both sides.
1A fish palette with a drilled hole on the ridge and one drilled eye.
1A fish palette with an eye and fins on one side. The other side has a rectangular border in which to grind the makeup ingredients. The mouth has a drilled hole.
1A fish palette with incised carvings on both sides.
1A fish palette with incised carvings on one side.
1A fish palette with notches and fins.
1A fish palette with notches and stylised head. It has one drilled hole on its ridge and semi drilled holes for eyes.
3A fish palette with smooth sides.
1A fish with a suspension hole on its ridge.
1A fist and wrist visible. A snake coils around the wrist and the head is held in the hand. Broken, part of a spoon (catalogue’s suggestion). Not of Egyptian type, possibly a Minoan ‘snake goddess’.
1A flake of flint, irregularly shaped, two edges. Red and yellow.
1A flake of flint, irregularly shaped.
1A flask with an ovoid body, medium tall neck with a rounded rim and a slightly pointed base. It has a hole on the body, a result of ¨killing¨? Red coated and polished. It contains lentils. It has been sealed with a linen rag.
1A flask with a piriform body, tapering at the mouth, a flaring, modelled rim and a flat base. Black coated with a thin plaster coating on top of an exterior decoration featuring white crescent shaped lines.
1A flask with a short neck, modelled rim, sloping shoulder, carinated transition to a bulbous body and a rounded base. Red surface, rough. It has two parallel circumscribing grooves on the shoulder. It contains lentils? and has been sealed with a linen rag.
1A flask with a tall wavy neck, flaring rim, an ovoid body and a pointed rounded base. Buff coated, rough. The shoulder and waist have three circumscribing incised bands.
1A flask with a wavy wall, flaring rim and a slightly pointed base. Drab surface with a white wash. It contains sand, sealed under a linen rag.
1A flat, thin fragment, and a smaller thicker fragment.
1A flat amulet in the silhouette shape of a standingToeris. Rather stylized, with flat back and the obverse has few details. There are two oblique incised lines across the lower part of the body. The ears have been pierced and works as a suspension loop.
1A flatbacked fruit pendant for an Amarna-type of broadcollar. The piece could be identified as a date, as Andrews suggests (or as a leaf). No suspension holes remaining.
1A flat tyet, or Isis knot, with pseudo base. No specific details. On top a protrusion simulating the suspension loop. Funerary amulet.
1A flat wooden human-shaped figure, a so-called Paddle doll. The front is painted as a garment with squares in red, white and blue. Around the neck are fibre strings and 19 dark blue beads hang down. Head and lower arms missing. This type of object may represent individuals involved in a cult dedicated to Hathor.
1A flint arrowhead attached to the shaft with a piece of string.
1A flint core with two worked sides.
3A flint knife.
1A flint scraper
1A folded mat.
1A foot.
1A footed bowl, convex profile, rounded transition to the ledge rim. On top of the ledge rim features a relief wavy line.
1A footed cup, carinated profile and a direct rim. Red coated with an exterior decoration in red and white, featuring five interwoven lines which originate at the rim, bend downwards and terminates by the rim. The cup also has two parallel circumscribing lines on its waist.
1A footed cup, modelled rim and a bulging wall. Red coated and polished.
1A footed cup. Brown surface, smoothed.
4A footed cup. Reddish surface, smoothed.
1A footed cup with a carinated profile. Brown surface, smoothed.
2A footed cup with a convex body, a convergent upper termination and a direct rim. Red coated and polished horizontally.
1A footed cup with incised decoration. Black coated with red and yellow inclusions.
1A footed cylinder beaker, convex profile and a square rim.
1A footed vase with a medium tall neck, convex profile, sloping shoulder and a ledge rim. It has on either sides of the body two shortly protruding triangular handles. The handles reminds of u di-signs
1A footed vessel, straight profile, sloping shoulder,short neck, an outturned rim and two loop handles, of which one is broken. Alabastron.
1A footed vessel with a lid. It has a convex profile and a direct rim. The vessel is decorated in high relief plant motifs. The lid is carved with plant motifs and crowned with a flower.
1A foot on a stand.
1A forgery. A mixture of a late NK ushebti with the nemes headdress and fake hieroglyphs. ‘Broken’ at waist, ‘repaired’.
1A forked piece of wood, red paint. Fragment of a sceptre?
1A foundation deposit in the shape of a trussed cow. Fairly detailed face, feet and tail.
1A foundation deposit in the shape of a trussed cow. Some details cut, such as the head and face, the tail and the trussed hooves. Pink quartzite.
1A foundation deposit in the shape of a trussed cow. Some details cut, such as the head and face. Special focus has been laid on the neck, it is shown creased. Stylized hooves, no tail distincted. Pink quartzite.
1A fragment, originally from the bottom/center part of an unrestricted bowl or plate. Foot remaining. Exterior in a pale blue glaze. Bichrome interior glaze, white and blue. Decoration showing a seated bird, on water?
1A fragment, originally from the bottom/center part of an unrestricted bowl or plate. Foot remaining. Exterior in white and blue glaze. Bichrome interior glaze, white and blue. Floral decoration. Fustat type.
1A fragmentary and worn statuette of the goddess Sekhmet. Her feet are missing.
1A fragmentary canopic jar with traces of hieroglyphic incscriptions.
1A fragmentary head of Osiris. Wearing the Atef crown (damaged) and uraeus. Traces of gilding around the lower lip. The head is hollow.
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette, the head is missing, only the beard remains. Arms are parallel. The right hand holds the crook and the left the flail.
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette. The beard is partly connected to the breast via a short bridge. He wears the Atef crown (fragmentary). Arms are crossed. The right hand holds the crook and the left the flail. The lower body is missing.
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette. The entire beard is connected to the breast. He wears the white crown of Upper Egypt and a uraeus. Hands are parallel, the left holds the crook(?) and the right the flail(?).
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette. Very worn features. Outlined beard, Atef crown and uraeus. Lower body missing. Arms are parallel, left hand holds the crook, the right the flail. It has a vertically set loop hole on upper back.
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette only sketchy features remain. Atef crown with horns? It has a tang for mounting.
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette which is missing its lower body. It wears the Atef crown(top part missing) with uraeus and the beard is fully connected to the breast. Arms are parallel. The right hand holds the flail and the left the crook.
1A fragmentary Osiris statuette which is missing its lower body. It wears the Atef crown with uraeus and the beard is fully connected to the breast. Arms are parallel. The right hand holds the crook and the left the flail. It has a vertically set loop hole on its upper back.
1A fragmentary piece from a wooden coffin with polychrome paint, red, yellow, white and black in colour. The decoration has been painted on a layer of stucco. The remaining design is in linear fashion.
1A fragmentary statuette of a cat. Glued together.
1A fragmentary statuette of a lion. Corroded. Tail is missing.
1A fragmentary statuette of the god Osiris, lacking his head and feet. The statuette has remains of gilding. Arms are folded over the chest. He holds the crook in his right hand and the flail in his left.
1A fragment consisting of a part of a shoulder from an unrestricted bowl (?). Exterior white glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and mustard yellow colour (lustrous glaze). On the interior a floral (?) decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of body and foot from a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in turqoise and black. Double vertical stripes decoarting the exterior. The interior has vertical stripes joining into a center at bottom. Between the stripes a figurative decoration. Catalogue: ‘ca 1175-1250’.
1A fragment consisting of body part from an unrestricted bowl (?). White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and yellow-green (lustrous glaze). Figurative/floral decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of bottom and foot from a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. Bichrome glaze, black and green-turqoise. Too little remains of the exterior to detemine the kind of decoration. The interior has a floral and figurative motive in black. Thick glaze.
1A fragment consisting of bottom and foot from a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. Turqoise exterior glaze and bichrome interior glaze, turqoise and black. The interior has a floral motive in black. Catalogue: ‘ca 1175-1250’.
1A fragment consisting of bottom and foot from a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and mustard yellow (lustrous glaze). The interior shows a male figure in profile, facing left, wearing a big dress, carrying something on his head (?). Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of bottom and foot part from an unrestricted bowl or plate. White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and mustard yellow-green (lustrous glaze). Figurative decoration. A bird? Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of part of the rim, shoulder and bottom from a semi large unrestricted bowl. Tall inverted rim. Bichrome exterior glaze in white and bronze colours (lustrous glaze). Rim decorated with horizontal lines, shoulder with oblique stripes. Polychrome interior glaze in white, blue and bronze colour. On the interior figurative decoration. Catalogue: ‘probably Maurian ware’.
1A fragment consisting of part of the rim, shoulder and foot from a semi large unrestricted bowl. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). On the exterior some kind of vine decoration. Difficult to determine the interior decoration, perhaps some kind of stylized floral motive. Repaired from two pieces. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Tulumidic ware’.
1A fragment consisting of part of the rim, shoulder and foot from a small unrestricted bowl. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). On the exterior some kind of vine decoration. The interior is decorated with dotted drops (upsidedown).
1A fragment consisting of part of the rim and shoulder from a semi large unrestricted bowl. Polychrome exterior and interior glaze in white, blue and black colour. On the exterior some kind of ‘zigzag’ pattern, decorated in the space with scrolls. On the interior some kind of stylized floral decoration, primarily leaves.
1A fragment consisting of rim and bottom from an unrestricted plate. Slightly inverted rim. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and mustard yellow (lustrous glaze). On the exterior is the rim decorated in the mustard yellow glaze. The interior shows figurative decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of rim and shoulder part from an unrestricted bowl. White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and green-yellow (lustrous glaze). The head of a bird visible. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of shoulder and foot part from an unrestricted bowl or plate. White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and green (lustrous glaze). Figurative/floral decoration. Catalogue: ‘Tulunidic-Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the bottom and foot part from a semi large unrestricted bowl or plate. Bichrome exterior glaze in white and green colour (lustrous glaze). Bichrome interior glaze in white and green colour. On the interior a decoration in the style of a penannular circle. Exterior too fragmentary to determine the decoration. Potter’s signature on bottom.
1A fragment consisting of the bottom from an unrestricted bowl (?). Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and copper (lustrous glaze). On exterior circle decoration around the body. On the interior a wavy line decoration within a framed square, surrounded by a circle.
1A fragment consisting of the lower legs of a striding male deity on an integral base. Broken at ‘knees’. Light blue glaze, chipped and worn at certain spots.
1A fragment consisting of the lower part from an unrestricted bowl, standing on a foot. Exterior glaze in pale turqoise. Bichrome interior glaze, pale turqoise and green (lustrous glaze). The interior has a floral and figurative motive in black. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the rim, and shoulder from an unrestricted bowl. Exterior white glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and green colour (lustrous glaze). On the interior a vine decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the rim, shoulder and foot from a small unrestricted bowl. Rim sligthly inverted. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). Difficult to determine the decoration, perhaps some kind of stylized floral motive.
1A fragment consisting of the rim and part of shoulder from a small unrestricted bowl. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). Difficult to determine the decoration, perhaps some kind of stylized trees (?)on the exterior, interior seems to have been decorated merely along the rim. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimitidic ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the rim and part of shoulder from a small unrestricted bowl. Rim sligthly inverted. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). Difficult to determine the decoration, perhaps some kind of stylized floral motive, interior covered with dots in a framed square. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Tulumidic ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the rim and shoulder from an unrestricted bowl. Tall inverted rim. Exterior white glaze with greenish strokes. Bichrome interior glaze in white and mustard yellow-green colour (lustrous glaze). On the interior a calligraphic decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the rim and shoulder from a small unrestricted bowl. Rim sligthly inverted. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). Difficult to determine the decoration, perhaps some kind of stylized floral motive.
1A fragment consisting of the shoulder and foot from a semi large unrestricted bowl. Polychrome exterior glaze in white, brown and green colour (lustrous glaze). Bichrome interior glaze in white and green colour. On the interior floral decoration, depicting leaves (?). Exterior too fragmentary to determine the decoration. Potter’s signature on bottom. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Ichsidid ware’.
1A fragment consisting of the shoulder from an unrestricted bowl. Exterior white glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and mustard yellow colour (lustrous glaze). On the interior a vine decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting part of the body from an unrestricted bowl (?). White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and green (lustrous glaze). On exterior faint rilling lines. On the interior a figurative decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting part of the bottom and foot from an unrestricted bowl or plate. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in white and green-yellowish colour (lustrous glaze). Difficult to determine the decoration, perhaps some kind of stylized floral motive.
1A fragment consisting part of the bottom and foot from an unrestricted bowl or plate. White exterior glaze. Bichrome interior glaze in white and mustard yellow (lustrous glaze). On the interior a figurative decoration. Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment consisting part of the rim and shoulder from an unrestricted bowl. White and greenish exterior glaze. Polychrome interior glaze in white, mustard yellowish and blue (lustrous glaze). On the exterior wide olique stripes. On the interior a figurative and zoomorphic (bird) decoration. Catalogue: ‘probably Maurian ware’.
1A fragment from an awl. Concave on reverse, convex on obverse.
2A fragment from an object once formed as a cylinder. Decorated with horizontal rows of dots in raised relief. A drawing of the object in an ‘intact’ condition can be seen in Brunton’s publication. Now broken into several fragments.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl, rim and shoulder. Exterior glaze in a green-brownish colour. The interior is glazed in yellow, brown and black colour. Incised decoration, Arabic inscription (?). Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl, rim and shoulder part. Exterior glazed in a brown-greyish colour, the interior in green-yellowish and black. Decoration on interior, incised. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl, standing on a foot. Brown exterior glaze, incised decoration. Polychrome interior glaze in mustard yellow, brown, black and white. Incised decoration. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl, standing on a foot. Exterior glazed in a brown-yellowish colour, the interior in yellow and brown. Decoration on interior bottom, incised, showing the head of a lion. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl, standing on a foot. No exterior glaze. The interior is glazed in yellow and brown colour. Decoration on interior bottom, incised, shows a striding lion (?), facing left. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl, standing on foot. Polychrome exterior and interior glaze in brown, black, yellow and green. On the exterior is the decoration concentrated to the rim, with short vertical strokes in green, black and brown. The interior is decorated in pseudo Arabic inscription (calligraphic), incised. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl. Mustard yellow and brown exterior glaze, decorated with ‘blobs’. traces of incised markings for the decoration. Rilling line. Bichrome interior glaze in mustard yellow and dark brown. Incised decoration, ‘inscription shield’ (inskrifts sköld). Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl. Mustard yellow exterior glaze, no decoration. Bichrome interior glaze in yellow and brown. Incised decoration, a woven pattern. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl (?). Bichrome (?) exterior glaze in white and blue. Unusually clear floral decoration. No interior glaze or decoration. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl (?). Exterior glaze in mustard yellow, no decoration. Polychrome interior glaze in yellow, brown white and black. Incised decoration along the rim, with Arabic inscription and ‘heraldic mirror with cup’. white and blue. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted bowl or plate. Traces of bichrome exterior glaze in mustard yellow and black, no visible decoration. Bichrome interior glaze in yellow and dark brown. Incised decoration, showing four petals or leaves pointing toward the center. The leaves are decorated with oblique bands with figurative design. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted jar, standing on foot. Bichrome (?) exterior glaze in brown and yellow. On the exterior there is incised decoration on the rim in figurative design and there has originally been some kind incised decoration on the body as well. No interior glaze or decoration. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from an unrestricted vase, bottom severly chipped. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze in pale green colour with decoration in green glaze. Rilling marks on upper part of the vase. Glaze has run purposedly (drop glaze), forming a decorative pattern.
1A fragment from an ushebti broken at chest. Green-blue glaze, details painted in black. On the back is the most unusual basket moulded threedimensionally and is ‘open’ halfway down. Uninscribed as that part of the ushebti is missing. Mummiform.
1A fragment from a plate? Exterior glaze in white colour. Polychrome interior glaze in white, aubergine, black, green, orange and blue. Flowers surrounded by a mass of petals? Around the flower group a surrounding circle with petals, which are decorated with 3D dots. Catalogue: ’Turkish ware (Iznik), 16-17th Century’.
1A fragment from a sculpture, showing the face? The fragment is rather ‘curvy’. Bichrome glaze on outer surface, on the inner surface the glaze is light blue.
1A fragment from a so-called Hathor dish, showing the traditional Hathor face (en face). The face is moulded in raised relief. Red slip. ‘Chunky’ piece.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl, standing on a foot. A single rilling line at center of the body, in brown glaze. The exterior glaze is primarily yellow with brown details, which is also the case on the interior (catalogue: led glaze). Incised decoration, with two fishes visible as well as pseudo (?) Arabic inscription. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl, standing on a foot. Bichrome (?) exterior glaze, probably decorated in some way, now impossible determine how. Interior is glazed in white, blue and black. Stripes running down to a center att bottom. Within this circle there is an Arabic inscription.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl, with tall inverted rim. Polychrome exterior glaze; white, black and blue, decorated in a pattern. The interior has same colours, although the blue is cobalt blue, decorated with a floral pattern (?).
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl. Bichrome exterior glaze; white and blue, decorated in a pattern. The interior has same colours, decorated in a floral pattern. Marked on bottom, a potter’s mark?
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl. Polychrome glaze on both exterior and interior; white, blue and black. Decorated on both exterior and bottom. The interior has partially a floral decoration.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Bichrome exterior and interior glaze, white and blue. Decorated on both sides, the interior is especially detailed. A mark on bottom, probably a potter’s mark.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Bichrome exterior and polychrome interior glaze. The exterior is decorated in a pale green glaze with a black line around the body. The interior is decorated in details with white, blue and black glaze, zoomorphic (fish) and floral motive.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Bichrome exterior glaze (pale green and black), decorated with vertical stripes. Interior is glazed in white, blue and black, decorated with stylized floral pattern.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Exterior glaze in a brown colour. Interior in brown and yellow glaze, incised decoration. Catalogue: ‘Mamluk ware’.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Exterior in a pale green and black glaze and a polychrome interior glaze. Exterior decorated with a striped pattern. The interior is decorated in details with white, blue and black glaze, showing a floral motive in detail.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Exterior in a pale green glaze and a polychrome interior glaze. The interior is decorated in details with white, blue, red and black glaze. The decoration shows notched black filled circles and sixh triangular shaped flowers (?) in blue and red (alternating) facing the centeral circle. Catalogue: ‘aijubidisk vara’.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Exterior in a pale green glaze and a polychrome interior glaze. The interior is decorated in details with white, blue and black glaze, showing the body part of two birds hiding in the bush.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. Exterior in a pale green glaze and a polychrome interior glaze. The interior is decorated in details with white, green and black glaze. The decoration shows a flower at center, from which lines in black and green extend and the area between the lines is filled with black dots. The edge has been reshaped to same shape as the flower at center.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate, standing on a foot. The exterior glaze is in pale green colour (caledon), the interior has a darker green glaze. Incised decoration, with a floral pattern (?). Part of the glaze unsuccesful, a dark spot on bottom. Catalogue: ‘Fatimid ware’.
1A fragment from a unrestricted bowl or plate. Exterior glaze in pale green colour. The interior glaze is polychrome; white, blue and black. Decorated with zoomorphic (birds) and floral pattern.
1A fragment from a vessel or bowl. Both inner and outer surface is decorated with black ink. The outer surface with a meander pattern, the inner with lotus style pattern.
1A fragment from a vessel or bowl. Outer surface decorated in raised relief with floral pattern. Bichrome glaze.
1A fragment from a vessel or bowl. Outer surface decorated in raised relief with floral pattern. Blue-yellowish glaze.
1A fragment from a vessel or bowl. Outer surface decorated in raised relief with the head of a cat visible. Bichrome glaze.
1A fragment from what might be a handle. The handle is spirally shaped and has a rosette-like decoration.
1A fragment from what might be the neck of a vase. Uncoloured glass.
3A fragment in uncolored glass.
1A fragment of a blue crown, originally from a statue. Decoarted with the typical circles or dots signifying the blue crown. Dark blue glaze.
1A fragment of a bracelet, with a central ridge around outer circumference.
1A fragment of a deity, showing the torso. Dorsal column present. Probably a goddess as there are faint distinctions of breasts, a waist and the wig. Light blue glaze.
1A fragment of a furniture, part of a leg belonging to a chair? Could also be an inlay of some sort. One end of the fragment has two flowers, one of them has a hole drilled through. There is also a rope decoration in eight rows.
1A fragment of a glazed bowl. The exterior has a green glaze (celadon), same decoration as MME1974:124 and MME1974:123. Incised pattern. The interior is glazed in palegreen colour.
1A fragment of a glazed plate. Both the exterior and interior are glazed in black.
1A fragment of a glazed plate. The outside is glazed in a pale green colour, the interior has a polychrome glaze (yellow, black, white and green).
2A fragment of a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. Both the exterior and interior are glazed in green (celadon). The interior has an incised pattern in a darker green colour, which indicates that it has been double glazed . Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’
1A fragment of a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. Both the exterior and interior are glazed in mustard yellow. The interior has an incised pattern in a darker yellow colour, which indicates that it has been double glazed . Catalogue: ‘Egyptian Fatimid ware’
1A fragment of a glazed plate or unrestrictedbowl. The exterior is glazed in a pale green colour, the interior has a polychrome glaze consisting og white, blue and green.
1A fragment of a glazed plate or unrestricted bowl. The exterior is glazed in a white colour, the interior has a polychrome glaze with floral decoration (yellow, blue,black, white and green). Catalogue: ‘Probably West Arabian, Maurian ware’.
1A fragment of a glazed small unrestricted bowl. The exterior is glazed in a pale green colour. The interior has a polychrome glaze in black, yellow and green.
1A fragment of a glazed unrestricted bowl, rim part. The exterior has a yellowish-brown glaze and interior is glazed in green. No pattern or decoration visible.
1A fragment of a glazed unrestricted bowl, rim part. The exterior is polychrome glazed in yellow and green. The interior has a polychrome glaze in white, black, yellow and green, decorated in a floral style.
1A fragment of a glazed unrestrictedbowl. The exterior is polychrome glazed in green-blue and white colour. The interior has a polychrome glaze in white, black, and green.
1A fragment of a glazed unrestricted bowl or plate. The exterior is polychrome glazed in green and black. The interior has a polychrome glaze in black, blue and green.
1A fragment of a lid? Only traces of paint. A face is depicted.
1A fragment of a lid? Rectangular. Painted. Face and shoulders of a person is showing. Red clothing.
1A fragment of a lid? Rectangular. Painted. Part of a female face is showing.
1A fragment of a lid? Rectangular. Painted. Part of a male face is showing.
1A fragment of a lid? Rectangular. Painted. Part of a shoulder is showing.
1A fragment of a lid? Rectangular. Painted. Part of face is showing.
1A fragment of a lid? Rectangular. Part of a face is depicted.
1A fragment of a magic wand, showing a male lion striding on its hindlegs. The lion is either vomiting or spitting fire. To the left, behind the lion a part of a knife is visible.
4A fragment of an arrow head with a triangular blade.
1A fragment of an ostrich eggshell, probably from a vessel made of this eggshell. The fragment has a decoration in a net/rhombic pattern. Nubian.
1A fragment of an ostrich eggshell, probably from a vessel made of this eggshell. The fragment has a decoration in a net/rhombic pattern. Part of a drilled hole visible, indicating the top or bottom of the egg. The piece is repaired. Nubian. Originally two pieces.
1A fragment of an ostrich eggshell, probably from a vessel made of this eggshell. The fragment has an undulating band, decorated in a net/rhombic pattern. Nubian.
1A fragment of a Patek, probably standing on an integral base originally. Only torso remaining, head and legs missing. Scuplted on all sides. Light blue glaze.
1A fragment of a relief. A few hieroglyphs are written on the slab.
1A fragment of a ring, top part. On top a raised, oval shaped bezel, surmounted by a pointed knob.
1A fragment of a scuplture, only half of the head remaining (the face). Traces of paint in red and black. Nose almost completely worn out. A modern mounting.
2A fragment of a vessel. Only the cone-shaped base remains.
1A fragment of gold leaf and a little piece of twisted gold wire.
1A fragment of green glass.
1A fragment of the lower part of the leg from a chair, shaped as a bull’s hoof. Two holes for attachment, and another on the reverse not drilled through.
1A fragment showing the head and crown of Nefertum, the rest of the amulet is missing. Remains of a dorsal column at back as well of a suspension loop, originally located at the height of his shoulders.
1After Alexander the Great, Egypt was governed by a dynasty of kings, most of whom bore the name of Ptolemaios. A new Greek elite was added to the layers of the Egyptian society. Greek became the language of power and administration. However, the people still spoke Egyptian, now written in the form of demotic script, a cursive writing where the individual hieroglyphs no longer could be clearly distinguished. Bilingualism became common among the upper classes and the literacy rate increased. More and more people assumed both Greek and Egyptian names. Only a small declining group of people still mastered the hieroglyphs, which by now were merely used in religious texts. The last dated hieroglyphic inscription was written on a temple wall in 394 AD.
1After the Arab Conquest, a new capital called Fustat was established north of the pharaonic capital of Memphis. For the Islamic Empire, Egypt was a vital link to the newly conquered North Africa. Fustat became the nucleus of a trading network that stretched from Europe to India. In 969 a new city, al-Qahira (Cairo), was established slightly further north. This city grew rapidly and soon took over the role of Fustat as a center for trade and crafts. Cairo retained its leading position as a trading hub and reputable scholastic city, even after the Ottoman Empire conquered Egypt in 1517. Its mosques were important meeting places for people and ideas from faraway places. In the covered markets fabrics, perfumes, metals and spices changed hands. Wealthy merchants lived in elegant multi-storey buildings with projecting bay windows and wooden mashrabiya screens that provided privacy.
1A funerary cone made for t3-iw.
1A funerary heart scarab cut in provincial style (?). The obverse shows faintly the head, separated from prothorax with a wide horizontal incision. Elytra indicated by another single horizontal incision, which is rather clumsily cut. Wingcases indicated by a single vertical incision. Humeral callosties to the sides. No legs shown. Reverse surface is smooth. No suspension loop or hole. Chipped underneath. Traces of resin remaining.
1A funerary heart scarab cut in traditional style. The obverse shows the clypeus and head, separated from prothorax with a wide incision. Elytra indicated by another single horizontal incision, which is otherwise decorated with striations. Ordinary legs. Reverse surface is smooth. No suspension loop or hole.
1A funerary scarab. The obverse is detailed, but rather chipped. The head was probably quite simple, as well as the prothorax. Prothorax separated from the elytra by a single incised line. The elytra is striated. The sides are chipped, reverse is shown anatomically correct, with a small protrusion that once formed the suspension loop, now missing. Broken in two halves, repaired.
1A funerary scarab. The obverse is detailed, with clypeus and head visible. Prothorax separated from the elytra by a single incised line. The elytra is decorated with striations. The sides and reverse are shown anatomically correct, with a notched suspension loop at center. Green-blue glaze.
1A funerary scarab cut in semi stylized fashion. On the obverse the clypeus and head are faintly visible, separated from the prothorax by a single horizontal line. The prothorax is further separated from the elytra by another horizontal incision. Wingcases indicated by a single vertical incision. Simple legs. On reverse the scarab is cut with anatomically correct renderings, although in a somewhat stylized fashion, denoting the funerary use of the scarab.
1A funerary scarab decorated with incised lines. Clypeus indicated. Head separated from prothorax with a single horizontal incised line. Prothorax distinguished from elytra by an icised line that is erupted at the middle. Two vertical lines denote the wingcases. Stylized legs. Reverse cut to resemble the anatomically correct funerary scarabs, although no suspension loop is present.
1A funnel-necked flask with an ovoid body and a flaring neck. Adjacent to the rim there is a circumscribing incised line. The lower body also has semi circumscribing incised lines. Red coated, polished.
1A funnel-necked jar, bulbous body, modelled rim and a narrow raised flat base. Cream coated, red spot, polished.
1A funnel-necked storage jar with a narrow, restricted neck, an ovoid body, and a pointed base: the neck flares out concavely and terminates in an angular lipped rim. The body contour is pronounced, and is fairly regular, save for the lower part of the body which exhibits horizontal facets.
3A furniture fitting.
1A furniture fitting. Part of a hinge.
1A game piece in green feldspar.
1A glass button. Green glass.
1A glass rod in green, white and blue.
1A globular jar with a medium tall neck, damaged rim and a flat base. Buff coated with red and black brush strokes on the upper body.
1A globular jar with a rounded rim in two inconspicuous string hole handles. Black diorite.
1A globular jar with a short neck, a modelled rim, square shaped mouth, round base and four clay pieces applied around the rim, (for purposes of decoration?) The upper part of the body also has a two incised circumscribing parallel horizontal lines, filled in with a zig-zag pattern. Buff surface, smoothed.
1A globular jar with a short neck, a modelled rim, square shaped mouth, round base and four clay pieces applied around the rim, (for purposes of decoration?) The upper part of the body also has incised circumscribing parallel horizontal lines, filled in with a zig-zag pattern. Buff surface, smoothed.
1A globular to squat shouldered jar, cusp rim and ledge handles.
1A goblet with converging profile, direct rim and foot. Grey surface with a white slip and a floral motif.
1A gold ring and a gold bead.
1A green glazed scarab. On the obverse are the clypeus and head carved in a stylized manner. The prothorax and thorax are separated with two incised lines. Wingcases separated by three incisions. The legs are feathered. Pierced lengthwise. On the reverse a floral motive with a drooping lotus flower, the stem is connected to a scroll that extends to a plant. This motive is repeated, on each ‘half’ of the surface.
1A green glazed scarab. On the obverse a stylized clypeus and head.Prothorax separated from elytra by a single incisison. Wingcases also indicated by a single incised line. Humeral callosities. Carved legs, detaled. Pirced lengthwise. On the reverse a stylized pattern of a Hathor head (cf. Tufnell 1984, class 10D2, p. 138).
1A green glazed steatite scarab. Glaze partially worn. Pierced lengthwise. On the obverse are the clypeus and head stylized. Neither prothorax or elytra are marked in any way. Humeral callosities, stylized legs. On the reverse two registers of signs, separated by awinged solar disc (?). The upper register consists of a group with a beetle flanked by two uraei. The lower register is composed of a nfr-sign in center, flanked by anx-sign. This group is further flanked by waD pillars. Below this group the hieroglyph for r (mouth) is incised.
1A green glazed steatite scarab of nice quality. The obverse is fairly detailed with clypeus and head visible. Prothorax separated from elytra with a single incision. The wingcases are indicated by a vertical incision. Humeral callosities. Legs detailed, not feathered. Attachment hole drilled lengthwise. On the reverse a group of signs: to the left an uraeus facing right. To the right an obelisk or benben stone. Below this group a bent lotus stalk and a neb-sign.
1A green glazed steatite scarab of nice quality. The obverse is fairly detailed with clypeus and head visible. Prothorax separated from elytra with a single incision. The wingcases are indicated by two vertical incision. Legs indicated. Attachment hole drilled lengthwise. On the reverse a group of signs: two zA-signs flanking a wAD-pillar ?, standing above a nb-sign.
1A green uninscribed ushebti with a simple dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Face fairly detailed and flat.
1A green ushebti, inscribed in a vertical column in front, the inscription continues at the back of the head and upper part of the back. The glaze is worn in front but preserved at back. The name reads PzmTk (Ranke PN I, 136:8), born of tA-wAH-Bztt (Ranke PN I, 355:6).
1A green ushebti with a simple dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Uninscribed. Face is of a ‘caricature’ type.
1Agricultural scene with plough and oxen on wall painting from the tomb of Sennedjem, TT1, New Kingdom (Wikimedia Commons).
1Agriculture in ancient Egypt. Wall painting from the tomb of Menna, TT69, New Kingdom (Wikimedia Commons).
1Agriculture was the basis for the prosperity of Egypt. Part of the harvest was collected as tax, then stored and paid out as wages to employees of the Egyptian state. The tax rate was determined by the size of the harvest, which in turn depended on the degree of flooding every year. Cereals were cultivated near the river, on fields that were flooded every summer. In the autumn, the water receded, leaving behind a layer of fertile mud. This was the time to plough and sow. The two most important crops were wheat (emmer) and barley. Flax was also grown for oil and fibres. Fruit orchards and vegetable gardens that were watered by hand were to be found further from the river.
1A grinder palette for grinding cosmetic or pigment. The bottom is shaped as an inverted, truncated pyramid with rectangular ‘bottom’ .The so-called bottom surface has been used for grinding, and at center there is a shallow depression.
1A grinding stone.
1A grinding stone for make-up. Shaped like a thumb.
1A grinding stone with a conical body.
1A grinding stone with a drilled hole in one end.
1A grinding stone with an ovoid body.
1A hair curler/razor.
1A hand (left) from a mummy coffin. Wood covered in stucco.
1A hand (right) from a mummy coffin. Wood covered with stucco.
1A hand (right) from a mummy coffin. Wood with traces of stucco.
1A hand axe? Crudely worked, mainly covered in crust. Two worked sides, blunt edge. Brown.
1A hand axe. Worked on both sides, edges coarsely made. ‘Grip part’ covered with cortex.
1A handle, with carvings on the base.
3A handshaped votive bowl or pot. Crude.
1A head fragment of a Patek. Sculpted on all sides, showing a moulded face in detail. Traces of a suspension hole through the neck. Light blue glaze, chipped at left side of the head.
1A headrest cut into the traditional shape. Rectangular base, square shaped shaft and curved rest. Funerary amulet. Dark hard stone. Forgery?
1A headrest cut in traditional shape. Rectangular base, roundish shaft and curved rest, which are standing on an integral base. Funerary amulet.
1A headrest cut in traditional shape. Rectangular base, roundish shaft and curved rest. The shaft is unusually thick for this kind of amulet. Funerary.
1A headrest made from one solid block of wood and that has more or less a rectangular shape, although wider at the bottom than at the top. This shape can be seen from the Old Kingdom until a thousand years later, around 1300 B.C. There are several areas with traces of an original white surface coating (possibly calcium carbonate).
1A headrest with rectangular base, grooved shaft and slightly curved rest. Rather flat example. Funerary amulet.
1A heart scarab without inscription. On obverse are the clypeus and head discernable, separated from the prothorax with an incision. Prothorax is separated from the elytra by a single horizontal incision. The elytra is striated. Naturalistic legs. Smooth reverse. Funerary. Traces of bitumen gold leaf.
1A heart scarab without inscription. On obverse are the clypeus and head visible. Prothorax is separated from the elytra by a single horizontal incision. The elytra is striated. Naturalistic legs. Smooth reverse. Funerary. Traces of bitumen.
1A hemispherical button with flat bottom. Two notches made on purpose, located in opposition to each other on the edge, function unknown. On top of the button there is a recumbent jackal in yellow colour. As the jackal is present it might be reasonable to suggest that this piece has a funerary character, perhaps located upon a mummy. It could as well be a game piece, although the shape is not very practical for that purpose. Light blue glaze (reminiscent of Egyptian blue in colour).
1A Herd of Catlle, from the tomb of Kenamun at Thebes (No. 93). Eighteenth Dynasty, reign of Amenophis II, 1448-1420 B. C.
1A highly stylized amulet of a kneeling Shu with integral base and dorsal column. The suspension hole is located at back, at the level of his neck. Light blue glaze.
1A highly stylized amulet of a standing Toeris, on a pseudo integral base. Almost a completely flat back. Chipped at one side of the head. Suspension drilled through her head. Light blue glaze.
1A highly stylized female doll. On the head part, only the nose is indicated by triangle in raised relief. A horizonatl line separates the face from forehead. Short arms, held over the breast area. Three incised lines on lower stomach. One V-shaped incision marks the pubic area. Separated legs. Ankles decorated with one horizontal incision. Pierced through the arms. Flatbacked, except for the highly stylized butt. Repaired from two halves.
1A highly stylized quadruple eye of Horus, moulded decoration on both sides. This is a wordplay between wDAt and wAD. Pierced lengthwise through the amulet. Originally green glaze, now discoloured.
1A highly stylized scarab or plain scaraboid, no decoration on any side. Pierced lengthwise, chipped at both suspension ends.
3A hinge corner.
1A hoe, rounded cutting edge and fixed to the haft by a cross tie.
1A hoe, splayed cutting edge and fixed to the haft by a cross tie. Two holes have been drilled in modern times for metal analysis.
1A hoe.
1A hollow figure of Hapy. Chipped at foot. A dummy visceral package placed in a canopic jar?
1A hoop type of earring, The ends have a rope- braided decoration and would have been hooked into a loop, now missing. Plain and timeless.
1A human head.
1A hunched male figure wearing the swty crown made of copper/bronze. Patek. Pillar on the back. Green glaze.
1A inscribed ushebti. Green glaze, black details, such as the hoes and fillet. Dressed in everdaylife clothing, with arms crossed in mummiform style. Illegible hieroglyphs. Mounted on a modern base.
1A irregularly shaped piece, squarely cut off at one end. The other end is crudely worked. Brown flint.
1A jackal, probably Wepwawet.
1A jar, vase with a conical body, narrow flat base, short neck and diagonal rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. The base has an incised figure of an animal.
1A jar, vase with a piriform body, an oval mouth, tapering to a direct rim and round base. Polished black-top with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A jar for makeup. Marks after tools.
1A jar sealing/small bowl and part of a tall storage jar, MM11389a. Find attributed to Rechtitre’s tomb, Chephren’s daughter?
1A jar sealing/small bowl with a raised base, a flaring profile and a direct rim. Cream surface, smoothed. Visible turning marks.
1A jar sealing/small bowl with a ring base, a flaring profile and a slightly introverted rim. Cream surface, smoothed. Visible turning marks.
1A jar sealing or small open bowl with a ring base and convex profile direct rim. The base has a circular depression. White surface.
1A jar witha ¨dummy spout¨. Buff surface with an exterior polychrome decoration. It features alternating blue, yellow and red circumscribing bands on the shoulder and on the upper body. The top part of the handle is painted yellow.The blue bands are the most predominant, since they are the thickest. The lower body exhibits its buff wash, through which the original drab surface of the vessel is rendered visible. Smoothed.
1A jar with a bulbous body, tapering to a narrow flat base and modelled rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Salt precipitation has occurred
1A jar with a bulging profile, short, concave neck, modelled rim, ring base, two rim to shoulder loop handles and one string hole handle on top of the rim. Crust on the body. Red coated with an exterior decoration in maroon, featuring plants and birds. Below are three parallel, circumscribing lines. It contains a variety of dates, fruits, onions etc. According to the catalogue, a linen rag should seal the mouth. It is now missing.
1A jar with a carinated body, modelled rim and tow lug handles on opposite sides of the shoulder. Cream coated and smoothed. Visible rilling marks, possibly a composite jar?
1A jar with a concave neck, direct rim, straight profile and a convex base. Buff surface, smoothed.
1A jar with a concave profile, restricted upper termination, modelled rim and a broad base. Red coated and smoothed.
1A jar with a conical body, beginning of a neck, with most of the rim and neck reconstructed with gypsum. Red surface with traces of a red slip. Scraped vertically.
1A jar with a conical body, rim is missing, and a pointed base. Buff surface, rough. Reconstructed with gypsum.
1A jar with a conical body, short flaring neck and a direct rim. Red surface, rough.
1A jar with a conical body, short neck and a restricted mouth. Buff surface, smoothed. Grooved wall. It contains an assortment of nuts and seeds, melon seeds and it is sealed with a linen rag.
1A jar with a conical body, the rim is missing and a round base. Buff surface with black spots of soot.
2A jar with a conical body, with most of the rim and neck reconstructed with gypsum. Red surface with traces of a red slip. Scraped vertically.
1A jar with a convex profile, modelled rim, tapering to a flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features five panels, filled in with crude horizontal lines. The base has a crude spiral motif. On top of the rim are vertical lines. Wavy line design.
1A jar with a convex profile, round base and direct rim. Red coated ware with black spots, burnished diagonally. Black interior, smoothed.
1A jar with a convex profile and a flat base.The rim has an introverted ledge in which four holes are drilled. Oval mouth. It has no handles. It once had a lid. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The upper and middle body features three intermittent rows of three horizontal wavy lines.
1A jar with a convex profile tapering to a narrow flat base, flaring rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished body, polished rim?
1A jar with a detachable top, convex shaped and a modelled rim.
1A jar with a flaring profile, broad shoulder, short neck and modelled rim. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features dots all over the body, thus imitating a stone vessel.
1A jar with a flaring rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A jar with a globular body, carinated transition to a levelled shoulder, short neck, a modelled rim and a narrow flat base. Maroon coated and polished.
1A jar with an iconspicious short neck, modelled rim, a bi-conical body and a softly pointed base. Red coated with an incised decoration on the waist. It features two faint parallel bands of incised dots.
1A jar with an inverted piriform body, a narrow flat base, short neck and a modelled rim. Buff surface and smoothed. The body has a small hole in its side.
1A jar with an inverted piriform body, flat base and a modelled rim. Buff surface, smoothed. It contains dried beans and is sealed by a linen rag.
1A jar with an inverted piriform body, irregular shoulder and neck, modelled rim, tapering to a flat base and it has three triangular handles of different quality. Only one is a proper triangular handle with a string-hole. The other two are in different states of completion. One is in fact only a slight protrusion on the body. Drab surface with a faint exterior decoration in maroon. It features random splash motifs all over the body. The vessel is supposed to imitate one in stone.
1A jar with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, broad shoulder and tapering to a flat base. It has no handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features fourteen groups of alternating continous and intermittent vertical wavy lines. There are three lines in each group.
1A jar with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and three horizontally pierced triangular lug-handles. Red decoration on a buff surface. It features three horizontal rows of wavy lines in between the rim and the three lug-handles. Further, three vertical lines adorn the top of each lug-handle. Below one lug-handle is a plant . Below the other two handles are multiple, diagonal Z-signs. Finally, on the upper body, in between each of the lug-handles are three sections of multiple ¨flying flamingos¨.
1A jar with an inverted piriform body, tapering to a narrow flat base, upper part including rim broken off. Red black coating, lightly polished.
1A jar with an ovoid , piriform body, restricted mouth, direct rim, and tapering to a flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished vertically.
1A jar with an ovoid body, a ledge rim, tapering to a flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple motifs. The rim has lattice pattern. In between the rim and the handles are, three, respectively four horizontal lines, or ´flying flamingos´. On top of the handles are horizontal wavy lines. On the upper body, in between the handles, on both sides of the vessel, there is a ship depicted. It is propelled by multiple oars, it has two cabins and a standard adorned with three horns, placed side by side. Further, there is a triple branch at its prow. Above each ship, there is a single horizontal wavy line. One ship has one line placed above one cabin, on the other the line hovers above the stern. Below the ships, there is a horizontal string of Z-signs, a figure of 8-shield, a plant? or a sail? and on either side of this figure, are two free standing cabins. The space below each handle, on the lower body, is occupied by a large aloe. Adjacent to and below each aloe is a single horizontal wavy line. The base has a spiral. Figural design.
1A jar with an ovoid body, a ledge rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and has two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features two large spiral motifs, separated by one panel of horizontal wavy lines covering the handles and the intermediate body and base. Spiral design.
1A jar with an ovoid body, flat base, angular rim and one extant tubular string hole handle.
1A jar with an ovoid body, ledge rim, tapering to a flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple spiral motifs all over the body. Additionally there are single, randomly placed, wavy lines on various parts of the body. Further, there are horizontal wavy lines on and above the handles. The rim has two parallel circumscribing wavy lines. The ware is worn and the slip has cracked in places. Spiral design
1A jar with an ovoid body, ledge rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two tubular string hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features six panels in which the handles are included, filled in with horizontal wavy lines. The base has a spiral motif and the rim has a lattice pattern. Wavy line design.
1A jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features three pairs of horizontal wavy lines on top of the rim. There are nine circumscribing horizontal lines which begin below the rim and continue down the upper body, covering the handles. Radiating from the last of these lines, in three places, are four vertical wavy lines. They in turn abut four circumscribing horizontal lines at the lower body.
1A jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two, not completely drilled through, tubular string-hole handles. Light buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features horizontal circumscribing wavy lines all over the body. On top of the rim are remains of a pair of circumscribing wavy lines.
1A jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two tubular string hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features five panels, filled in with horizontal wavy lines. There are traces of paint on top of the rim.
1A jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two tubular string hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features four panels, which begin below the rim and extend down to the base, where they are terminated by three, four circumscribing lines. The panels are filled in with horizontal wavy lines which include the handles. The base has a spiral motif. On top of the rim are pairs of horizontal wavy lines.
1A jar with an ovoid body, narrow flat base, sharp-edged rim and two tubular string hole handles.
1A jar with an ovoid body, pointed base, short neck and a modelled rim. Red coated and smoothed.
1A jar with an ovoid body, round base, modelled rim and incised circumscribing bands on neck. Maroon coated, smoothed.
1A jar with an ovoid body, short neck, modelled rim, narrow mouth and a round base. Red coated, grooved shoulder. It has an exterior decoration comprising of four white squares with black dots inside.
1A jar with an ovoid body, tapering t a short neck, modelled rim and a round base. Cream coated with an exterior decoration in red. It features two groups of three, parallel horizontal lines on the upper termination of the jar and on the waist. The lines are traversed by multiple pairs of parallel lines.
1A jar with an ovoid body, tapering to a flat base, ledge rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features ¨dots¨all over the body, handles and rim, thus imitating a stone vessel.
1A jar with an ovoid body. Red surface, scraped vertically.
1A jar with a piriform body, modelled rim, three loop handles below the rim and a ring base. Grey brown surface, smoothed. It has a string tied around the upper part of the vessel, and it is filled with to the brim with knuckle bones or astragali. According to the Swedish archaeologist Richard Holmgren, some of the astragali exhibit traces of red paint and worn down sides, which would point to them being used as dies or as tools in "fortune telling". Three astragali have short notches on the over side, indicating some sort of numbering or other form of identification.
1A jar with a piriform body, tall, flaring neck, direct rim and a rounded base with rilling marks. Buff surface, smoothed. Interior rilling marks on the neck.
1A jar with a piriform or ovoid body, flaring direct rim and a round base. Drab and cream surface, rough.
1A jar with a short neck, ledge rim, broad shoulder and a body which tapers to a narrow flat base. A hole in the wall, in the shape of a cartouche, has been fitted with a piece of alabaster of a different shade. The hole could once have hosted a plaque of metal. An inscription is legible on the sealing piece of alabaster, Neferkare
1A jar with a short neck, modelled rim, conical body and a narrow flat base. It has a linen rag in its mouth, contains chaff and has a cord tied around the neck. Buff surface, rough.
1A jar with a short neck, modelled rim, with two, rim to shoulder handles, straight wall with a convergent shoulder, a carinated waist which then tapers to a rounded base. Red surface, rough.
1A jar with a slightly convex profile, modelled lip-rim(?) and tapering to a narrow flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A jar with a spout, a bi-conical body and a modelled rim. Red surface, smoothed. Traces of a white slip. The shoulder and the waist has three, respectively two horizontal incised circumscribed bands.
1A jar with a straight profile, flaring rim and tapering to a flat base. Black-topped with a red coated exterior and an incised pot mark.
1A jar with a straight profile slightly tapering to a flat base, direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Circular pot mark on the body? The vessel leans slightly.
1A jar with a tall neck, a modelled rim, a bi-conical body with a carinated waist and an applied base. Red surface with a ¨milky-white¨coating, rough.
1A jar with a tall neck, with an ovoid body, narrow, flat base and slightly flaring rim. Red-polished exterior and interior rim.
1A jar with what appears to be an ovoid body with a round base. Brown surface and rough.
1A jug in the shape of a duck. It has the head of a duck with painted eyes and a mouth from which the fluid flows. It has bulging body, a long tail. The loop handle is on its back along with a short neck, modelled rim and a round mouth. It has an applied flat base. It is red coated and polished vertically.
1A jug in the shape of a lotusflower. Green glazing.
1A juglet, pitcher, with a tall neck, modelled rim, squat body, ring base and a neck to shoulder handle. Cream coated with an exterior decoration in maroon. There are two parallel horizontal circumscribing lines in the junction between the base of the neck and the shoulder. Emanating from these are six alternating groups of two and three vertical lines.
1A juglet made of clay. Grey, polished.
1A juglet with a medium tall neck, modelled rim, rim to shoulder handle, conical body and a pointed base. Grey black coated, smoothed with incised decoration. It features multiple vertical ¨dotted lines¨.
1A juglet with a medium tall neck, modelled rim, rim to shoulder handle, globular body and a slightly pointed base. Grey brown coating, polished with incised decoration. The body features zig-zag patterns made up of ¨incised dots¨.
1A juglet with a medium tall neck, modelled rim, rim to shoulder handle, spindle shaped body and a short foot. Grey black coating, polished with incised decoration. The upper and lower body feature zig-zag patterns made up of ¨incised dots¨. The shoulder is void of any decoration.
1A juglet with an applied ring base, convex body, carinated transition to the broad, sloping shoulder, medium tall neck, neck to shoulder handle and an inwardly sloping rim. Brown coated with a shiny slip. Three strands of black hair feature underneath the slip on the neck’s interior.
1A juglet with an ovoid body, short flaring neck, modelled rim, loop handle on the rim and a conical base. Red surface, light brown and white coated, rough.
1A juglet with a rim spout, rim to shoulder handle, inverted piriform body and an applied ring base. Cream coated, burnished.
1A juglet with a semi flat base, convex body, a a long thin spout, carinated transition to the sloping shoulder and a flaring rim. Red coated with a black top, polished.
1A juglet with a short neck, direct rim, rim to shoulder handle and ovoid body and a ring base. Fired red with a cream wash, smoothed. Exterior rilling marks.
1A juglet with a tall neck, modelled rim, carinated body, neck to shoulder handle and a ring base. Red coated and polished with an exterior decoration in black. It features two vertical parallel lines on the handle and two horizontal parallel lines on the base of the neck. Radiating from these are seven bands alternating between two and three vertical lines which terminate at the base. The juglet contains a dense mass and shreds of linen of which some remains stick to the rim.
1A juglet with a tall neck, modelled rim, neck to shoulder handle, carinated body and a ring base. Buff coated with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features a band around the base of the neck and from this, six groups of three/four vertical lines, extend down towards the base. The neck is polished vertically whereas the body is polished with horizontal strokes.
1A jug with a bulging body, flat base, tall neck and a rim spout.
1A jug with a conical body, conical base, direct rim and two tubular handles adjacent to the rim.
1A jug with a medium tall, slender, slightly flaring neck, steep shoulder, modelled rim, neck to shoulder handle, convex body, wavy wall and a raised flat base. Cream coated surface, rough. The vessel is full of stones from a fruit.
1A jug with a medium tall neck, remains of a modelled rim?, neck, rim? to shoulder handle, bulbous body which tapers and terminates with a ring base. Black coated, polished with an incised white cross line decoration. It features four successive circles at the base of the neck, below are four registers, filled in with rows of dots. The registers are interrupted by three vertical lines. The shoulder has two parallel horizontal lines. On the lower body is a repeated version of registers and lines, followed by two parallel lines. The lower body has seventeen vertical lines. The decoration is terminated by three successive circles.
1A jug with a modelled rim, tall neck, sloping shoulder, bulging upper body which then tapers to a flat base and it has an attached pipe spout on the upper part of the vessel. Red polished.
1A jug with an applied ring base, an inverted piriform body, medium tall neck with a inconspicuous ledge, modelled rim and a neck to shoulder handle. Red coated with an exterior decoration in whited. It features a series of single and multiple bands on the neck, shoulder and waist. The vessel has two indentions on either side of the body. They may stem from the fact that the vessels was abutting adjacent vessels in the kiln, when it was fired. The vessel also has dried residue on the exterior as well as on the interior. Finally, there is a dark, thin substance at the bottom of the jug.
1A jug with an introverted piriform body, restricted mouth and a flat base. On the upper body, below the rim is a modelled spout, protruding horizontally. Drab surface, slip is worn.
1A jug with a short neck, modelled rim, rim to shoulder handle, inverted piriform body and a flattened base. Cream coated, smoothed.
1A jug with a tall neck, modelled rim, neck to shoulder handle, conspicuous shoulder, carinated transition to convex body and a ring base. Exterior rilling marks. Cream coated, rough.
1A jug with a tall neck, modelled rim, squat body, a ring base and a neck to upper body handle. Buff surface with a polychrome decoration.
1A jug with a tall neck, modelled rim with a rim spout, sloping carinated shoulder, tapering lower body and a flat base. Red polished with black dots.
1A jug with a tall neck with ledge, neck to shoulder handle an ovoid body and an applied ring base. The jug has the image of the god Bes on one side of the body.
1A Ka-palette. One face is without decoration, the other has two outstretched arms (ka) in high relief.
1Akhet. Red jasper.
1A kings head in relief.
1A kings head in relief. On the reverse side the upper part of a kings head and more.
1A kings head on top of a scarab.
1A kneeling female. Right arm is missing. Was once covered in stucco and painted.
1A kneeling Shu, with raised arms, shown on an integral base with dorsal column. Some coarse facial details. Suspension hole through the dorsal column, at the level of the shoulder/chest. Clear blue glaze, unusually even. Nice piece.
1A kneeling Shu on an integral base, shown in the round. His arms are characteristically upraised. A solar disc is surmounted on his head. He wears a short kilt. Dorsal column. Suspension hole drilled through the dorsal column, at the level of his chest. Green-blue even glaze.
1A kneeling Shu with upraised arms, shown in profile. Linear decoration, otherwise somewhat stylized. The reverse side of the amulet has a ‘dorsal column’. A suspension loop is located at the height of his head. Light blue-green glaze.
1A knife blade, razor? Symmetrical, short tang.
1A knife blade. One cutting edge is jagged.
1A knob, fragmentary handle or decoration from a vessel or bowl. The piece shows a reclining lion with head turned 90 degrees. Bichrome glaze, blue and white.
1A knob, fragmentary handle or decoration from a vessel or bowl. The piece shows the head of a man with an exaggerated open mouth. Green glaze an the interior of the mouth is decorated with red colour. The man wears a beard and an intricate hairdo.
1A knob, fragmentary handle or decoration from a vessel or bowl. The piece shows the head of Isis with black details. Blue glaze.
1A knob on each side of bow.
1A knob or handle for a door, box or perhaps on the top of a dagger (?). Repaired from two halves. T wo attachment holes facing each other. On the outer surface traces of the chisel, a pattern or decoration?
1A kohl applicator? A pin with one end shaped as a bent duck’s head, openwork. The pin has ben broken at the middle, repaired. The other end is missing.
1A kohl jar, integrated stand with four legs.
1A kohl jar, short neck and a rounded ledge rim.
1A kohl jar and stand in one. It has a rounded lid, globular body, angled rim and the jar terminates in a stand with four carved feet. Inside are remains of a grey black content.
1A kohl jar with a flat base, inverted piriform body and a restricted mouth.
1A kohl jar with an inverted piriform body, and a vertical rim.
1A kohl jar with four carved feet.
1A kohl jar with shoulders and an angular rim
1A kohl pot wit a lid.
1A kohl pot with lid. Chipped base.
2A kohl stick / make-up stick.
1A kohl stick with decorations in form of a stylised man wearing the red crown. Green schist.
1A kohl tube with two tubes.
1Alabaster? smooth beige stone ivory-like flattened pear form with circles and flower ornament? Decor: low relief circles and"hands" with 3 inner lines (sometimes upside down tulips?)
1Alabaster jar with flat base.
1Alabaster jar with wide shoulders.
1Alabaster vase. Decorated with an ankh between two falcons above a hole in the side. There used to be a golden kartousch where the hole is.
1Alabaster vase. Polished on the outside.
2Alabaster vase from Djoser's Step pyramid in Saqqara.
1Alabaster vase with wooden engraved lid. High-necked vase.
1Alabastron, alabaster, relief band around the neck. Found in MM 1956:389
1Alabastron, alabaster, sharp shoulder and out-turned rim.
1Alabastron, lid missing.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Etched decor around shoulder. Flattened rim with grooved lines. Rounded base.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Flattened base. Out-turned, flattened rim. Marked shoulder line.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Flattened base and rim.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Red-painted. Flattened base. Ring just below rim. Marked shoulder-line.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Rounded base. Flattened rim.
2Alabastron of alabaster. Rounded base. Ring just below rim. Marked neck-line.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Rounded base with hole. Out-turned, flattened rim. Marked neck-line.
1Alabastron of alabaster. Tall, ovoid body with a flattened base. Marked shoulder and a short cylindrical neck ending in a wide, flattened lip. The tag on the side of the body reads: "Souvenir de l'Incendie d'Alexandrie, 12 13 14 Juillet 1883".
1Alabastron of grey clay. Long, ovoid body with a flattened, slightly depressed base. Short concave neck ending in a rounded, slightly splaying lip. Short handle from the lip to the upper part of the body.
1Alabastron of grey clay. Ovoid body with a flattened base. Concave neck ending in a rounded lip. Handle from lip to just below neck.
1Alabastron of grey clay. Ovoid body with a flattened base. Concave neck ending in a rounded lip. Short handle from lip to upper part of body.
1Alabastron of grey clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base. Ring around rim. Handle from rim to neck.
1Alabastron of grey clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base. Ring around rim. Handle from rim to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Ovoid, almost fusiform, body with a flattened base. Short, concave neck ending in a rounded lip. Short handle from neck to upper part of the body. Traces of blue and yellow paint.
1Alabastron of red clay. Ovoid body on a slightly raised, flattened base. Concave neck ending in a rounded lip. Handle from lip to just below neck.
1Alabastron of red clay. Ovoid body with a flattened base. Concave neck ending in a splaying, rounded lip. Handle from lip to upper part of body.
1Alabastron of red clay. Short ovoid body with a flattened base. Slender, concave neck ending in a round, slightly flaring lip. Handle from lip to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Short ovoid body with a flattened base. Slender, slightly concave neck ending in a straight, slightly flaring lip. Handle from lip to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Tall, cylindrical to ovoid body with a flattened base. Concave neck ending in a round, slightly flaring lip. Handle from lip to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Tall, ovoid body with a flattened base. Concave neck ending in a flattened, slightly flaring lip. Handle from lip to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Tall, ovoid body with a flattened base. Concave neck ending in a rounded, slightly flaring lip. Handle from lip to shoulder. Pawprint of a cat in black on the front of the body.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Black-glazed; palmette motif in black on body. Base-ring. Flattened rim. Handle from neck to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Brown-glazed. Flattened base with base-ring. Faint ring around rim. Handle from neck to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Elongated base-ring. Ring around rim. Handle from neck to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base. Handle from rim to shoulder.
2Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base. Ring around rim. Handle from rim to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base. Slightly out-turned rim with ring.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base with faint base-ring. Faint ring around rim.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base with faint base-ring. Faint ring around rim. Handle from rim to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Red-painted. Base-ring. Ring around rim. Handle from rim to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Red-painted. Base-ring. Ring around rim. Marked shoulder-line. Handle from neck to shoulder.
1Alabastron of red clay. Wheel-made. Red-painted. Narrow, flattened base with a faint base-ring. Faint ring around rim. Handle from rim to shoulder.
1Alabastron of white alabaster. Long, cylindrical body with a rounded, slightly pointed base. Narrow neck with a wide, thick and flattened lip.
1Alabastron of white alabaster. Long, cylindrical body with a rounded, slightly pointed base. Short cylindrical neck ending in a wide flattened lip.
1Alabastron of yellow clay. Squat, ovoid body on a raised, flattened base. Concave neck ending in a rounded lip. Short handle from lip to mid-section of body.
1Alabastron with flat lip, oval body and rounded base. Ray pattern on upper part of rim and just below rim in red and black. Dots on edge of rim. Two anthithetical lions standing with their tales meeting also. Among the lions are rosettes with incised pattern. Around center of base black dots.
1A ladle, described as temple paraphernalia. The handle terminates in a bird's head.
1A ladle. The handle finishes in two arms in high relief which on opposite sides, embrace the scoop. Dark green stone.
3A ladle. The handle terminates in a bird´s head.
1A ladle. The handle terminates in a bird´s head. .
1A large, coarse bowl, with a conical body and a vertical rim. It is dense, coarse and it has stone inclusions.
1A large, deep, bowl with a wide mouth, direct rim, flaring profile and a flat base. Black coated interior and rim, red coated exterior. The black rim has a raised relief motif and the body has three rows of triangles filled in with motifs of lattice and vertical zig-zag patterns. The base has incised V-lines with lattice and vertical zig-zag patterns.
1A large, necked squat vessel with a modelled rim, round base and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features dense, ¨scale¨ motifs, all over the body, thus imitating a stone vessel.
1A large, necked vessel, with a broad upper body and shoulder, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow and uneven base. It has no handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features, below the shoulder down to the base, several short vertical, straight and wavy lines, in groups of three.
1A large, open bowl with a flaring profile, modelled rim and a flat base. Turning marks on the interior. Half red polished interior and exterior.
1A large, open dish with a flaring profile, modelled rim, a bulging protrusion with an incised plant decoration in the centre and a medium tall, hollow foot. Red coated and polished.
1A large, red lustrous jar with an ovoid body, smooth transition to a short neck, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow round base. Red coated, polished. Upper body and waist are polished horizontally, the lower body, vertically.
1A large, short necked squat vessel with a round base, a ledge rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features ¨scale¨motifs all over the body, thus imitating a stone vessel.
1A large, short necked squat vessel with a round base, ledge rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features a ¨splash¨decoration all over the body, thus imitating a stone vessel.
1A large, wide, flaring bowl with a modelled rim and an applied base. Reconstructed around one large sherd. The bottom has a circular depression. Brown surface, smoothed.
1A large amphora, a tall neck, modelled rim, broad shoulder, loop handles on body, broad upper body which tapers to a carinated pointed base. Buff and black coating on a drab base, smoothed. Inside of the vessel, there is a bundle of linen made into a ball, in which, allegedly, there is an object.
1A large amphora with a tall neck with a ledge below the modelled rim. It has neck to shoulder handles, an applied foot, convex lower body and a carinated transition to a concave upper body. Red coated with an exterior decoration in dark paint. It features grape vines and clusters of grapes.
1A large and heavy inscribed ushebti in late NK style. The pseudo-hieroglyphs run down the front in vertical column. A metal peg protrudes underneath the feet.
1A large and wide open jar with a convex profile, tapering to a narrow flat base and direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Burnished interior rim. The interior features a decoration of a plant of some sort. Eight repair holes, drilled through the exterior accompany a crack from ancient times.
1A large bowl, conical body, vertical upper termination, direct rim and a pointed base. Red coated and burnished.
1A large bowl, dense, slightly flaring profile with a wide, sloping, ledge rim, and a flat base. Cream coated, smoothed.
1A large bowl with a convex body, slightly converging, oval mouth, modelled rim. Black coated exterior and interior with an upper body incised decoration. It features a lattice pattern. The base has a rhomboid decoration, filled in with incised lines.
1A large broad vessel with a straight profile, direct rim and tapering to a flat base. One section, the upper body and rim are missing. Buff surface. Rough ware and poorly fired.
1A large cowroid bead with undecorated obverse. The reverse has sunk relief decoration. The design consists of two opposing pseudo cartouches, each flanked by a raised cobra, or uraeus. Pierced lengthwise. Forgery?
1A large funnel-necked jar with a tall neck, direct rim, conical body and a pointed base. Drab coated, smoothed. There are rilling marks on the lower body.
1A large heartscarab. On obverse is the head detailed with clypeus and head. The prothorax is decoarted with dots. The elytra is striated. Simple legs. On reverse there is pseudohieroglyphic inscription in eight horizontal rows. Forgery.
1A large jar, flaring profile and round base. Red ware with spots of soot, randomly burnished.
1A large jar with a broad upper body, tapering lower body, sloping shoulder, medium tall neck, a modelled rim and a flat base. Red coated, rough. It has three parallel vertical incised lines on the body.
1A large jar with a carinated body, a short concave neck, modelled rim and a round base. Buff coated and burnished.
1A large jar with a convex profile, broadest diameter at the shoulder, short neck and modelled rim. Small loop handles and a semi round base. Grooved wall, drab surface, smoothed. It contains balanites nuts.
1A large jar with an ovoid body, a short straight neck, narrow mouth, direct rim and a round base. Red coated with two registers featuring plant motifs in red and black.
1A large jar with an ovoid body, short and slightly flaring neck, narrow mouth and a round base. Buff coated with four registers of red and black dots. Wheel made, visible rilling marks.
1A large jar with an ovoid body, short concave neck, a direct rim and a round base. Brown surface, rough.
1A large jar with an ovoid body, short neck and a modelled rim. Red slipped but severely worn.
1A large jar with a piriform body, short neck, a narrow mouth, modelled rim and a semi round base. Drab coated with a polychrome decoration in white, red and black on the shoulder and neck. The body has three juxtaposed irregular lines.
1A large jar with a straight profile, slightly tapering to a flat base, broad mouth, direct rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished. Incised exterior pot mark of an unidentified symbol.
1A large jug with a medium tall neck, modelled rim with a restricted termination. Further, it has a rim to body handle and a near vertical spout which emanates from the waist and terminates 1.7 cm. below the rim. The spout has an ¨arched bridge¨ which ¨ties¨the spout to the base of the neck. The jug has a globular body and a hollow foot. Red coated and well polished. The interior of the neck has three straining holes.
1A large jug with an inverted piriform body, tall neck, modelled rim, neck to shoulder handle and a ring base. Black surface, worn in places, with a thin plaster coating on top of an exterior decoration. It features, four bands of three scallop lines, two on the neck, one on the waist and one by the foot. On the waist there are also three vertical registers of hieroglyphs, executed in black on a white background and delineated by red lines. The writing is damaged in places.
1A large lump of red ochre.
1A large mould for a seal with obverse shaped as an open oyster shell, although the decoration consists of tripple lotus flowers on each ‘shell’ . The seal surface would have been made in another mould.
1A large number of small stones in a box.
1A large open bowl with a convex profile, direct rim and a round base. Reddish surface, smoothed.
1A large open bowl with a flaring profile, a tapering, narrow flat base and direct rim. Red brown ware, randomly burnished.
2A large open bowl with a flaring profile, direct rim and a flat base. Brown surface, smoothed.
1A large open bowl with a flaring profile, round base and a direct rim. Brown, black surface, burnished.
1A large open bowl with a flaring profile, round base and a direct rim. Brown surface, burnished.
1A large open bowl with a flaring profile. Small flat base. Red clay.
1A large open vessel with a convex profile, direct rim, flat base. Red coated exterior, smoothed.
1A large open vessel with a flaring profile, flaring rim and a flat base. Half red polished interior and exterior. Visible turning marks.
1A large ovoid vessel with a short neck, narrow mouth and a direct rim. Red coated and polished with an exterior decoration in black, yellow and grey. It features one register with multi linear V-shaped and triangular figures, set in between a pair of parallel horizontal lines. Additionally, there is a string of circles on the shoulder connected with short vertical lines. The decoration is terminated by a pair of parallel lines at the base of the neck.
1A large ovoid vessel with a short neck, narrow mouth and a modelled rim. Two thirds of the vessel is red coated and polished. The upper part of the vessel is decorated with birds and pillars. On the body there is a horizontal cross.
1A large penannular ring. At bottom there is a knob protruding, meaning unknown. The top of the ring shape been shaped into a signet like design, devoid of any decoration or details. the signet seems to ‘float’ down along the ring.
1A large piece from a wooden coffin with polychrome paint. The decoration has been painted on a layer of stucco. The decoration consists of yellow background and a single line in blue, flanked by darker blue lines.
1A large pilgrim bottle, short neck, modelled rim and two, neck to shoulder handles. Grey brownish coating, worn, rough.
1A large shallow bowl, reconstructed from one sherd, wide flat base with a vertical wall and a direct rim. Red polished. The body has two circumscribing incised lines.
1A large storage jar with a straight profile, direct rim and a flat base. Red brown surface, rough.
1A large storage jar with a straight profile, modelled rim and a flat base. Red brown surface, rough.
1A large vessel with an ovoid body, short neck, modelled rim, broad shoulder, ovoid body and tapering to a narrow, rounded base. No handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features, on the shoulder, three individual bands of multiple horizontal wavy lines. Additionally, the vessel also has two sets of incised pot marks, one below the rim and one on the shoulder.
1A large vessel with a piriform body, restricted termination and a flat base. Pinkish surface, smoothed.
1A large vessel with thin walls, oval mouth with indentures on opposite sides and a round base. On top of the rim there is an incised lattice pattern. Black coated exterior, polished and black coated interior, rough.
1A large wadj pillar (papyrus column, wAD) in the round. On top a circular base, surmounted by a suspension loop. Light blue glaze. Funerary amulet.
1Alexander the great.
1Alfhild Lundin
1Alfred Westholm participated in the Swedish Cyprus Expedition.
1A lichen.
2A lid from a canopic jar featuring the head of a baboon, representing one of the four sons of Horus, the god Hapi. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the lungs.
1A lid from a canopic jar featuring the head of a falcon, i.e. one of the four sons of Horus, the god Qebhsenuef. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the intestines. Traces of black paint on various parts of the head.
2A lid from a canopic jar featuring the head of a jackal, representing one of the four sons of Horus, the god Duamutef. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the stomach.
3A lid from a canopic jar featuring the human head either of the deceased or it represents one of the four sons of Horus, the god Imsety. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the liver.
1A lid from a canopic jar featuring the human head either of the deceased or it represents one of the four sons of Horus, the god Imsety. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the liver. The underside has a hieroglyphic inscription.
1A lid from a canopic jar featuring the human head either of the deceased or it represents one of the four sons of Horus, the god Imsety. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the liver. Traces of blue pigment on the wig.
1A lid from a canopic jar featuring the human head either of the deceased or it represents one of the four sons of Horus, the god Imsety. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the liver. Traces of blue pigment on the wig. In the description I have used variations on: Hope, C., Egyptian Pottery, Shire Egyptology Ltd., 1987, p.41, pl. 9
1A lid from a canopic jar featuring the human head either of the deceased or it represents one of the four sons of Horus, the god Imsety. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the liver. Traces of the decoration remain on the wig, face and eyes.
1A lid from a canopic jar featuring the human head either of the deceased or it represents one of the four sons of Horus, the god Imsety. Complete with its canopic jar it would have contained the liver. Traces of the decoration remain on the wig, face and eyes. The nose has suffered damage and the false beard has been broken off.
1A lid to a canopic jar in the shape of a human head, possibly Imsety. Red brown and black decoration.
1A lid to a canopic jar in the shape of a human head. It is decorated in yellow, black, blue and white paint.
1A lid to a canopic jar in the shape of a human head. ossibly Imsety, one of Horus' sons.
1A lid to a canopic jar in the shape of a human head. Perhaps Imsety, one of Horus sons. White and black decoration.
1A lid to a canopic jar in the shape of a human head. Possibly Imsety, one of Horus sons.
1A lid to a vessel, convex body and a direct rim. Red polished, perforated apex and exterior incised decoration. It features two, on opposite sides, triangles, filled in with diagonal and horizontal dotted lines.
1A lid to a vessel.
1A lid to a vessel. Green black stone.
1A lid with a tall vertical handle.
1A lid with knob on top. Bichrome exterior glaze in white and brown (lustrous glaze). Knob integral. Rim chipped. No interior glaze or decoration.
1A lid with two opposing thick incised furrows on the top.
1A light blue-green uninscribed ushebti with a simple dorsal column and a simple integral base.
1A light blue ushebti without a dorsal column, but an integral base. The back is flat, uninscribed. Except for the face, which is detailed, the ushebti is rather flat.
1A light-brown bread in four pieces.
1A light green head of an ushebti with part of the dorsal column visible. Broken at the shoulders. Not so detailed in the face. The glaze is somewhat worn. Uninscribed.
1A light green uninscribed ushebti with a simple dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Not so detailed in the face. A minor crack above the foot. The glaze is somewhat worn.
1A limestone figurine of at sqautted monkey with its hands to its mouth. Traces of black paint in the face. Stylized, tarces of the chisel. Charming.
1Almond shaped; made out of two parts which have been joined together. Coarse, buff clay.
2Almond-shaped.
3Almond-shaped hand axe.
1Almond-shaped hand axe. Thin with a sharp edge. Buff flintstone.
1Almond-shaped sling-stone.
1Almond-shaped wedge made of flint.
1Almost 3 complete Black Glazed plates w stamp decor. w palmettes, large Bl.Gl. - or Red Fig.? handle- from krater? Frgs of Bichrome Red? Very fine thin walls. Big shell
1Almost annular rim, flattened at the top. Curved sides, tapering upwards and downwards. Horizontal, oblong knob handles on shoulder. Rounded bottom. Incised pattern, consisting of short oblique lines in vertical rows, encircling below rim.
1Almost a square jar sealing of potsherd with rounded edges. Red exterior, smoothed. Black interior, eroded. Black core. Coarse drill hole through the centre of the sherd.
1Almost bichonical amphora with base-ring. Decoration: Bichrome encircling lines around neck, belly and base. Concentric circles on shoulder. Buff clay and slip.
1Almost biconical; flat ends; pierced hole in middle. Soft, grey clay; semi-lustrous, black slip. Incised decoration consisting of groups of parallel, transverse lines, crossing each other.
1Almost biconical; one concave end; pierced hole in middle. Hard, buff clay; traces of lustrous red slip. Incised decoration consisting of bands with framed diagonal and oblique hatchings; four groups of five parallel hatchings each on concave end.
1Almost biconical; pierced hole in middle. Semi-soft, light buff clay; traces of semi-lustrous, red slip. Incised decoration consisting of parallel, transverse lines all over body.
1Almost biconical body. Conical foot with conical cavity underneath. Tall, narrow, concave neck. Trefoil mouth. Flat, raised handle from rim to shoulder. Black band encircling rim. Black eye on either side of mouth. Red line, framed by black lines, encircling mid-neck. Black line encircling neck-base. Black cross-ornament in front. Foot and handle painted black. Pinkish buff clay; matt, light buff slip; matt red and black paint.
1Almost biconical body. Flat base. Small, slightly raised ear-handles. Buff clay, greyish slip.
1Almost biconical with pierced hole through middle; incised concentric circles. Dark grey steatite.
1Almost biconical with pierced hole through middle. Grey steatite.
1Almost circlular hole in bottom; curved sides ending in a plain rim; inside painted. Soft, buff clay; light buff slip; dark brown paint.
1Almost circular. Convex bottom. Carination on side. No distinct wick-holder. Incised decoration. Line encircling the opening for oil-refilling. Band consisting of two lines with small transverse strokes inside encircling discus. Also encircling discus, inside the band, are small semi-circles, with one or three dots inside each one. Band consisting of two lines with small transverse strokes inside encircling bottom.
1Almost circular cowroid, very simplified. Smoothly polished upper side, threading hole. The under side has an incised stylised plant, possibly papyrus, with 3 stems. Above the plant is a sun disc on a nb sign flanked by sun discs.
1Almost circular cowroid. Smooth upper side, threading hole through the middle of the piece. The under side has two antelopes or gazelles in sgraffitto, with small plants in front of them. Seemingly an hieroglyphic r in between the animals.
1Almost circular piece, partly covered by crust. Brown flint.
1Almost circular piece, retouched edges. Very worn by wind. Brown flint.
1Almost complete bowl
1Almost complete bowl Corner fragm fr architectonical model? Limestone Lumps of lead
1Almost complete unguentarium
1Almost complete Wh.P. plate
1Almost conical base; ovoid body; concave neck, sacked into shoulder; horizontal rim; three flat, vertical handles on shoulder; incised signs on two handles consisting of three horizontal strokes crossed by vertical line or horizontal stroke framed by vertical line on left. Hard, pinkish buff clay; lustrous, buff slip; lustrous, red to black paint. Base painted; bands encircling lower-, mid- and upper body; vertical rows of wavy lines and bands encircling shoulder; neck and handles painted; transverse strokes on rim; band encircling inside neck.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; depressed ovoid body; vertical grooves on lower body; band of horizontal ridges on mid-body; cylindrical neck; pinched or trefoil mouth; handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; globular body; vertical grooves on body; slightly concave neck; trefoil mouth; flat handle from rim to shoulder; plastic, crawling snake on handle. Hard, buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; globular body; vertical grooves on body; wide, slightly convex neck; pinched mouth; oval handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; ovoid body; oblique grooves on body; cylindrical neck; ridge encircling neck-base; pinched mouth; flat handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, light brick clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; ovoid body; oblique grooves on body; neck tapering upwards; ridge encircling neck-base; pinched mouth; flat handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, light buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; slightly depressed globular body; oblique grooves on body; neck tapering upwards; pinched mouth; flat handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical base with conical cavity underneath; slightly depressed globular body; vertical grooves on body; rather wide, cylindrical neck; pinched mouth; handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost conical bowl with round base and inwards-turned rim. Redish-buff clay.
1Almost conical with one concave end; pierced hole in middle. Hard, grey clay; lustrous, black slip. Incised decoration consisting of concentric circle and concentric semi-circles on flat end; concentric semicircles on body, near flat end.
1Almost conical with one flat end; pierced hole in middle. Hard, buff clay; . Incised decoration consisting of encircling dots around hole.
1Almost conical with one flat end; pierced hole in middle. Hard, buff clay; traces of lustrous, red slip. Incised decoration consisting of horizontal and transverse strokes on body.
1Almost conical with one flat end; pierced hole in middle. Hard, grey clay; lustrous, black slip. Incised decoration consisting of concentric semi-circles and chevrons on flat end; vertical lines, chevrons and transverse strokes on body; lines encircling upper hole.
1Almost conical with one flat end; pierced hole in middle. Hard, grey clay; lustrous, black slip. Incised decoration consisting of lines and hatched bands on flat end; encircling, hatched lozenges and encircling lines on lower part, near flat end; vertical, hatched bands and parallel, vertical zigzag lines on rest of spindle-whirl.
1Almost cylindrical; pierced hole through middle. Soft, pinkish grey clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost cylindrical axe, tapering towars the softly pointed end. Black stone.
1Almost cylindrical body, sloping shoulder, shallow neck, flattened rim, low splayed foot, two handles. Greyish yellow paste, turquoise-green glaze inside and out, worn off in lower exterior part.
1Almost cylindrical neck, constriction at neck base. Pear-shaped body. Slightly concave bottom. Greenish opaque glass.
1Almost cylindrical neck; elongated piriform, irregularly shaped body; flat, irregular base. Coarse, buff to grey clay; traces of red paint on neck.
1Almost cylindrical neck; inverted piriform body; vertical band handles from neck to shoulder; disc base. Reddish brown clay; black glaze; added brown (?). Inside of upper part of neck painted; palmette fan and scrolls on both sides of neck; rays around shoulder; outside of handles painted; on body originally four or five figures, two of which seem to be dancing women - added brown and incised details; base painted.
1Almost flat base; convex body; marks from a handle on body. Soft dark buff clay; matt, buff slip.
1Almost flat base; hemispherical body; projections on rim; incised, zigzag line encircling below rim. Hard, brick clay; semi-lustrous, orange red slip.
1Almost flat base; hemispherical body; sharp rim; oval, raised wish-bone handle just below rim. Soft, light buff clay; matt, light buff slip; traces of matt, black paint.
1Almost flat base; lentoid body; short concave neck; splaying rim; small string-hole handle from neck to body. Soft, buff clay; matt light buff slip. Dark paint (worn); hatched, vertical lozenges on body framed by vertical lines.
1Almost flat base; ovoid body; tall neck tapering upward; flat, raised handle from rim to shoulder. Soft, light buff clay; traces of matt, dark brown slip.
1Almost flat base; pear-shaped body; cylindrical neck; wide, rounded, horizontal rim. Light greenish glass.
1Almost flat base; pear-shaped body; tall, cylindrical neck; constriction encircling neck-base; wide, sloping rim. Bluish green glass.
1Almost flat base; sack-shaped body; tall, narrow neck; pierced string-hole projection at front neck-base; beaked mouth; flat handle from rim to shoulder. Hard, brick clay; semi-lustrous, light brick slip; semi-lustrous, red paint. Disc, concentric circle and wavy, concentric circle on base; lines and wavy lines encircling lower body; vertical bands of net-pattern, framed by vertical lines, and vertical wavy line on rest of body; string-hole projection painted; lines encircling neck; sides of handle painted; vertical, zigzag line on handle.
1Almost flat base; sack-shaped body; wide, short, convex neck; flaring rim; raised, bilobate handle from rim to mid-body; vertical string-hole projection at neck-base, opposite handle. Hard, brick clay; matt, reddish to grey slip.
1Almost flat base; sack-shaped body; wide, sloping rim; flat handle from rim to upper body. Hard, light brick clay; lustrous, red slip.
1Almost flat base; shallow, wide body; irregular rim; pointed string-hole projection at rim. Hard, light brick clay; matt, red to grey slip.
1Almost flat base; squat body; tall, narrow, concave neck; flat, raised handle from mid-neck to mid-body. Hard, pinkish clay; matt, light buff slip; matt, greyish lilac paint. Concentric circles on base; lines encircling mid-body; band encircling neck-base; horizontal strokes on handle.
1Almost flat base; wide, long cylindrical neck; oval handle at shoulder. Hard, light buff clay; matt, greyish black slip.
1Almost flat base. Globular body. Wide, concave neck. Flaring mouth. Flat handle from neck to shoulder. Vertical, wavy rope ridge in front, framed by two vertical curved ridges. Four vertical, incised lines on handle. Buff clay. Matt, greyish black slip.
1Almost flat base. Wide, conical, convex body.Raised, tubular spout on upper body. Flat rim. Double pierced lug-handle just below rim. Thumb-grip in centre of lug. Horizontal relief on either side of handle consisting of baker’s stick. Clay; light brick outer half, dark brick inner half. Lustrous, deep red slip.
1Almost flat floor; grooved ring base; two concentric ridges on bottom. Red clay; black glaze. On floor one female figure holding a spear and a youth holding a helmet – black relief lines marking contours and details; figures encircled by two reserved bands; reserved circular area on bottom centre with two concentric circles around central dot.
1Almost flat lid with pointed knob; four perforations. Box: ledged rim with four perforations; rounded biconical body; flat base. Reddish yellow slip; semilustrous, blackish brown to red paint. Lid (including knob) banded; box banded - row of dots on upper and lower body, zigzag on belly.
1Almost flat rim. Shallow body. Flat base.
1Almost flat shoulder. Cylindrical body, tapering towards base. Disc base, circular depression underneath. Decoration: radiating lines on shoulder. Opposite the handle are three palmettes. Lower body and base black. Red clay.
1Almost globular; hole through middle. Lustrous, light buff limestone.
1Almost globular; pierced hole in middle. Soft buff clay. Incised decoration consisting of horizontal, parallel lies encircling ends; diagonal, hatched lines.
1Almost globular; pierced hole through middle. Hard, greenish grey clay; matt, brownish grey slip.
1Almost globular; pierced hole through middle. Hard, pinkish buff clay; lustrous, reddish brown to dark grey slip.
1Almost globular; pierced hole through middle. Hard, pinkish buff clay; matt, reddish brown to grey slip.
1Almost globular; pierced hole through middle. Soft, buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost globular; pierced hole through middle. Soft, light brown clay; matt, reddish brown slip.
1Almost globular; pierced hole through middle. Soft, pinkish buff clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost globular bead with a pierced central hole. Fluted sides.
1Almost globular body, flattened base. Cylindrical neck, leaning towards handle. Pinched mouth. Flat handle from rim to shoulder. Broad, red, vertical band flanked by thin lines, on front, back, and on either side. Rim and sides of handle painted red. Red band encircling upper neck and neck-base. Vertical, wavy line down back of handle. Light, buff slip, matt, red paint.
1Almost globular body; concave neck; ridge encircling upper neck; rounded rim; bilobate handle from lower neck to shoulder. Hard, brick clay with grey core. All slip and decoration worn off.
1Almost globular body; ridge encircling neck-base; concave neck; ridge encircling mid-neck; rounded rim; handle from ridge to shoulder. Hard, brick clay; lustrous, pinkish buff slip; matt white, dark red and dark brown paint. White, red and brown concentric circles on either side of body; two brown lines crossing each other on front shoulder; traces of white encircling lines on upper body; brown, horizontal strokes on upper handle.
1Almost globular body; short, rather wide cylindrical neck; ridge encircling mid-neck; flaring rim; handle from lower neck to shoulder; knob below handle on shoulder. Hard, brick clay; polished buff slip; matt brown, red and white paint. Big red circles on mid-body; vertical red bands and white bands bordered by brown lines symmetrically placed on either side of body; three brown crossed lines as front and back ornament; neck undecorated; transverse lines on handle.
1Almost globular body. Flattened base. Incised decoration. Grey clay. Black slip.
1Almost globular body. Round base. Narrow, cylindrical neck. Beaked mouth. Handle from neck to shoulder. Light-brown, hard-baked clay. Buff slip, black matt paint. Alternating concentric straight bands and concentric wavy bands encircling base. Wide, M-shaped, vertical lattice-bands around body from base to neck, alternating with fields consisting of a broad cross. Groups of horizontal lines encircling neck and neck-base. Vertical lines on front of neck. Rim is painted. Wavy line along handle, straight line along either side of handle. A line encircling each handle-base.
1Almost hemispherical; concave, small central boss. Hard, dark buff clay; buff slip. Matt black and red paint; black painted edge; encircling red band bordered by black encircling band; three encircling lines; central boss painted black bordered by two encircling lines.
1Almost hemispherical; flat, small central boss. Hard, dark buff clay; matt, dark buff slip, matt, dark red and dark grey paint. Edge painted grey; red bands and grey lines encircling lid on outside; knob painted grey.
1Almost hemispherical bowl with plain rim. Upper part almost cylindrical but tapering. Lower part conical and tapering. Convexly curved outline. Slightly angular belly-line. Flattened base.
1Almost hemispherical fragment of green transparent glass.
1Almost horizontal rim, sloping inwards; almost biconical body with bulging shoulder; large, raised band handles from rim to shoulder; disc base. Buff clay; matt, buff slip; reddish-brown, purple and black paint. Volutes on highest points of handles and on handle attachments on body; thin ridge around upper body; traces of reddish-brown paint on rim; three to four vertical, purple lines on handles, and three horizontal lines above handle attachments; volutes decorated with crosses; below rim two reddish-brown, horizontal bands; upper body encircled by doubled ivy pattern in purple and black; below this, row of reddish-brown chevrons between two horizontal lines; linked, purple and black lotus buds encircling shoulder; broad reddish-brown band on mid-body; above and below this, reddish brown bands; broad reddish-brown band above base; base painted with reddish-brown; bottom reserved.
1Almost horizontal rim, sloping somewhat inwards; upper part of neck almost cylindrical, lower part has concave profile; low ridge encircling upper part, and moulding at mid-neck; oval body; pointed base. Brown clay; lustrous, brick slip.
1Almost oval; pierced hole in middle. Hard, pinkish buff clay.
1Almost oval buckle with pin.
1Almost quadrangular, slightly curved fragment of a bowl. Light green glaze, fragmentary. Red-brown clay.
1Almost quadrangular fragment of a bowl. Slightly curved. Decoration in red metallic on white background. Light, beige-grey clay.
1Almost rectangular; convex sides; concave surface. Limestone.
1Almost rectangular piece of chalk, with yellow crust.
1Almost rectangular sherd, probably from a bowl. opaque white glaze with brownish yellow lustre paint, depicting a floriated stem. On the reverse, same white opaque glaze with brownish yellow and olive lustre strokes.
1Almost rectangular sherd from a bowl. Interior has a decoration in golden green towards light blue background. Beige clay.
1Almost round base; globular body; long, cylindrical neck, tapering upward; round rim; oval, raised handle from rim to shoulder. Soft, light buff clay; no slip (?); neck roughly shaved.
1Almost round base; semi-deep body; sharp rim; high, raised, oval handle below rim. Hard, light buff clay; matt, light buff slip, matt, dark grey paint. Exterior: zigzag line, framed by lines, meeting in a cross on base and lower body; lines encircling mid-body; parallel zigzag lines encircling upper body; line encircling rim; transverse strokes on handle; cross between handle. Interior: wavy line encircling upper body and lower body; concentric circle, with dot inside, on inside bottom.
1Almost round base; shallow body; sharp rim; oval handle below rim. Hard, light buff clay; matt, light buff slip, matt, dark grey paint. Exterior: parallel lines on base and lower body; line encircling mid-body; parallel zigzag lines encircling upper body; cross between handle. Interior: wavy line encircling upper body and lower body; concentric circle, with dot inside, on inside bottom.
1Almost round base. Globular body. Concave neck. Flaring mouth. Oval, raised handle from lower neck to shoulder. Four lines encircling neck. Line encircling neck-base. Five lines encircling upper body below handle. Two lines encircling lower body. Buff clay. Matt, light buff slip. Matt, greyish black paint.
1Almost sperical body. Base-ring. Black, encircling lines around neck and belly. Concentric circles on shoulder. A red band below shoulder.
1Almost spherical; pierced hole in middle. Hard, brick clay; traces of lustrous, red slip. Incised decoration consisting parallel, vertical lines and chevrons.
1Almost spherical; pierced hole in middle. Hard, buff clay; traces of matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost spherical; pierced hole in middle. Hard, pinkish buff clay.
1Almost spherical; pierced hole in middle. Hard brick clay. Incised decoration consisting of diagonal hatched lines; concentric circles with centre-hole.
1Almost spherical mace-head ; drilled hole through centre. Polished basalt.
1Almost spherical with flat ends; pierced hole in middle. Hard, grey clay; matt, dark grey slip.
1Almost spherical with flattened ends; pierced hole in middle. Soft, pinkish buff clay; traces of lustrous, red slip. Incised decoration consisting of two groups of parallel zigzag bands encircling upper and lower body.
1Almost square, flat weight. Incised signs at one side.
1Almost square piece, doubled with a light red cotton cloth and on the rear side, the working technique ccan be observed. On the front side, Center, a quatrifoil flower inside a lozenge all of golden threads and smaller foliage in darkened silverthread. OIn the corners, 1/4 medallions from which emerge heartshaped palmettes, each filled with three flowers in a triangle, flaked by a jar with a boquet of flowers with rounded petals. Around all these main mbroideries are foliage vine adorning the borderings. The outer framehas two lines one straight and one ondualitng filled with silver thread. Fringes of golden thread are attached to the outer straight border.
1Almost square relief, fragmentary motif. A man facing left is barely visible, holding a staff or regalia in his right hand. Head and feet missing.
1Almost square tile, reddish brown paste, moulded patterns on upper surface that could be interpreted as an imitation of kufic script. Sides ans under surface wears traces of yellow and green glaze.
1Almost straight, overhanging rim; floor sloping inwards, towards central depression; groove encircling central depression; shallow, conical body; hollow, convex stem; torus base. Yellowish buff clay; red wash on reserved areas (except underside of rim); black glaze; diluted glaze and added white and yellow. Rosette with added yellow in the central depression; groove reserved; wave pattern and a band surround the groove; on the black floor a striped bream, a dogfish (unlike the other two, seen from above), and a wrasse, swimming with their bellies close to the wave pattern; added white and diluted glazed used for the fins, gills, eyes, etc.; a white fillet hangs from the mouth of the wrasse; reserved edge; wave pattern on rim; black band on edge of rim; inside of rim reserved; stem reserved.
1Almost straight sides; moulded ring base; circular perforation in base. Buff clay with pinkish tone; orange to buff slip; red ochre wash; black glaze; added white and yellow paint. In the centre floor of the fragment a sitting woman: head seen in profile, covered with hair-net, she is wearing a necklace, a stephane and a girdled chiton, and holding a circular object in her right hand (a tambourine?); to her right a wheel rosette; above her a large laurel branch between reserved lines; exterior of wall black glazed; base encircled by black bands; bottom: centre encircled by black band, sides black glazed.
1Almost triangular, pinched rim. Short, somewhat tapering neck. Flat, slightly raised handle from rim to shoulder. Spindle-shaped body. Pointed base. Buff, reddish clay. Matt, buff, shaved slip.
1Almost triangular, pinched rim. Splaying mouth. Short, concave neck. Flat, raised handle from rim to shoulder. Spindle-shaped body. Pointed base. Buff, pinkish clay. Matt, shaved slip.
1Almost triangular, pinched rim. Splaying mouth. Short, tapering neck. Flat, raised handle from rim to shoulder. Spindle-shaped body. Pointed base. Buff, pinkish clay. Matt, shaved slip.
1Almost triangular fragment of white limestone, possibly of statuette.
1Almost triangular head with wide neck. Pointed beard. Thin nose. Modelled ear(s) with earring. Conical body, splayed at base. Sloping shoulders. Rather thin arms. Fingers bent inwards.
1Almost triangular in section. Lustrous, light cream-coloured flint.
1Almost triangular mounting in shape of a small insect, possibly a butterfly. On two sides 8 small loops are fastened in a row. The upper side is decorated with 8 small golden beeds, framed by rings in bronze.
1Almost triangular rim; pinched mouth; short, concave neck; spindle shaped, shaved body with pointed base. Handle from rim to shoulder. White slip.
2Almost triangular rim; pinched mouth; short, concave neck. Spindle shaped, shaved body with pointed base. Slightly raised handle from rim to shoulder. White slip.
1Almost triangular rim; pinched mouth; short concave neck with handle, slightly raised, from rim to shoulder. Spindle shaped, shaved body with pointed base. White-pink slip.
1Almost triangular rim; pinched mouth; short concave neck with handle, slightly raised, from rim to shoulder. Spindle shaped, shaved body with pointed base. White slip.
1Almost triangular rim. Short, slightly tapering neck. Flat, slightly raised handle from rim to shoulder. Spindle-shaped body. Pointed base. Buff clay. Matt, buff, shaved slip.
1Almost triangular sherd in turquoise glass. Incised decoration.
1Almost unidentifiable standing body wearing a himation. Right arm positioned on stomach. Brick to red clay, buff slip.
1A long, slender stick with one end bent back and carved into a duck’s head. Handle?
1A long-necked flask with horizontal loop handles.
1A long needle with broken point. The top has a hole for the thread. Slightly bent.
1Also coarse ware
1Also much fine but dirty. Many handles of all sizes.
1Also some large Wh.P. frg
1Altar, or stand, of limestone. Square base narrowing at the top. Carved niches in the base. Top third juts out simulating a beamed roof. In the corners at the top are four almost triangular details. At the top is a round basin resting on four clawed feet.
1Although agriculture originated in the north, it developed more rapidly in the south. The oldest traces of agriculture in Upper Egypt were found around Badari and Mostagedda where archaeologists have excavated a number of cemeteries dating from 4400 BC to 4000 BC. In the graves were found ceramics, grinding stones as well as tools made of stone and bone. The pottery is polished and more refined than the contemporary but coarser ceramics from Lower Egypt.
1A lump of green/black glass.
1A lying cat? dog? Worn features.
1A magic slate fashioned with stylised horns.
1A makeup jar?, flaring profile, direct rim and flat base .
1A makeup jar.
1A makeup jar with a bi-conical body, broken off top but replaced with a detachable rim.
1A makeup jar with a bulbous body and a flaring rim.
1A makeup jar with an inverted ovoid body, flat base and an angular rim.
1A man´s head in raised relief. Traces of paint.
1A man´s profile in sunken relief.
1A mans head in raised relief.
1A mans head in red limestone. Unfinished. Holes in the stone.
1A man with a tray of offerings in front of a woman with a lotus flower. Oudjat-eyes and sn-signs above. Text around the side of the stele.
1Amarna, building in the central part of the city (Photo:Kurohito, Wikimedia Commons).
1Ambassador to Egypt
1A medium deep, open bowl with a convex profile, a round base and a direct rim. Red coated, polished, with an interior incised circumscribing line adjacent to the rim.
1A medium deep, open bowl with a convex profile, direct rim, and a semi rounded base. Red coated and well polished.
1A medium deep, open bowl with a convex profile, direct rim, oval mouth and a narrow semi rounded base. Red coated and polished.
1A medium deep, open bowl with a flaring lower body and a straight upper termination, direct rim, and a semi rounded base. Red coated and polished. The bowl has one small and solid handle, jutting out from below the rim.
1A medium deep, open bowl with a flaring profile, modelled rim and a narrow semi rounded base. The interior has a small depression at the bottom. Red coated and polished.
1A medium deep bowl, flaring profile, wide mouth and a round base. Red coated with an interior splash design. It does not feature randomly placed dots, but placed in a spiral, inaugurated by the rim and winding its way to the bottom. The dots are white. Adjacent to the rim is a clear finger print.
1A medium deep bowl, plate?, modelled rim, carinated shoulder, tapering to a narrow rounded base. Red coated, burnished.
1A medium deep bowl, reconstructed from one sherd, carinated upper termination and body, applied base. Red polished.
1A medium deep bowl, with thin walls, convex body, round base and direct rim. red coated interior, smoothed, brown exterior, rough.
1A medium deep bowl with a convex, straight profile, an applied base and a direct rim. Buff, reddish surface smoothed.
1A medium deep bowl with a convex profile, thrown ring base and a direct rim. It is glazed and it has an interior and an exterior decoration in green, featuring plant motifs.
1A medium deep bowl with a flaring profile, direct rim and a narrow flat base. Red coated with a black top. Black interior, polished.
1A medium deep bowl with a ledge rim, convex body and a wavy lower body. The base is missing, perhaps deliberately omitted when the vessel was manufactured? The rim has a decoration in maroon. It features, vertical lines together with floral motifs.
1A medium deep bowl with a slightly bulging body, a ledge shoulder, raised rim and a ring base. Red coated, polished and remains of dark red paint on shoulder and rim. The bottom has an applied floral motif. Underneath the ledge are diagonal incised lines and wedge incisions.
1A medium sized bowl with a convex profile, oval mouth, flat base and around the rim. Smoothed.
1A medium sized open vessel, wide mouth, convex profile, flat base and direct rim. Brown ware, randomly burnished. Partly reconstructed.
1A medium sized vessel with a bi-conical body, narrow flat base and direct rim. Eroded surface. Reconstructed.
1A medium sized vessel with a bulging profile and an oval mouth. Flat base and rounded rim. Grey brown coating, randomly burnished.
1A medium sized vessel with a flaring profile, round base and direct rim. Eroded exterior.
1A medium tall, transitional pot stand with a modelled rim and base.
1A medium tall beaker with a slender, straight, slightly flaring profile, modelled rim and base. Black coated and polished.
1A medium tall bottle with a fancy, wavy walled composite body, flaring modelled rim and a flat base. Red coated, rough. Displays rilling marks.
1A Menas bottle, with the image of him on both sides. Buff surface.
1A Menas bottle, with the image of Menas clutching camels on one side and a legend on the other. Brown surface. The legend reads: ‘ ­žÀ °žÀ ª¡ ðÀ§ž°’
1Amenemhet III.
1A metal fragment, perhaps of a miniature axe?
1A metal fragment, possibly from a razor.
2A metal fragment.
10A microlithic drill with worked edges and one point. Light brown surface.
3A microlithic drill with worked edges and one thin slender point. Light brown surface.
1A miniature ´torpedo shaped jar´ with a restricted upper termination.
1A miniature adze in at least 5 pieces, some missing? No handle remaining. Corroded. Foundation deposit. In the catalogue the provenance (Mostagedda) has been crossed over, although the envelope was located in the Mostgedda drawer.
1A miniature adze in four pieces, without handle. No corrosion. Foundation deposit. In the catalogue the provenance (Mostagedda) has been crossed over, although the envelope was located in the Mostgedda drawer.
1A miniature adze without handle. Heavily corroded. Foundation deposit. In the catalogue the provenance (Mostagedda) has been crossed over, although the envelope was located in the Mostgedda drawer.
1A miniature amphore with two shoulder loop handles, tall slender neck, modelled rim and an inverted piriform body with a pointed base. Cream coated with red spots, polished.
1A miniature axe head, lacking handle. Flaking at attachment edge, minor corrosion. Foundation deposit.
1A miniature axe head, lacking handle. Flaking at cutting edge, otherwise no corrosion. Foundation deposit.
1A miniature axe head, lacking handle. Flaking at edges, minor corrosion. Foundation deposit.
1A miniature axe head without handle. Chipped at attachment end. Slightly corroded. Foundation deposit.
2A miniature bowl. Foundation deposit?
1A miniature bowl with a narrow flat base, flaring profile and a direct rim.
1A miniature bowl with straight sides, spherical mouth, flat base and four ¨corner posts¨. Black coated polished.
1A miniature dummy vessel? Piriform body, round base and a rounded ledge rim. There is a simple incised lattice pattern on the body.
1A miniature footed bowl, fluted profile and an outturned rim.
1A miniature jar, foundation deposit? It has a bi-conical body, modelled rim and a flat base. Black coated, smoothed.
1A miniature jar, handmade, with a carinated body, wide flaring rim and a semi flat base. Red coated, rough.
1A miniature jar, modelled base, bulbous body and a ledge rim.
1A miniature jar, modelled base, straight flaring body and an incompletely drilled mouth. A conical cup. Dummy vessel.
1A miniature jar with a lentoid body, modelled rim and a semi rounded base. Red coated and polished.
1A miniature jar with an elongated inverted piriform body, narrow flat base and restricted upper termination. Semi spherical lid.
1A miniature jar with an ovoid body, flaring rim and two loop handles for suspension. Conical lid which may not have originally been part of the jar.
1A miniature jar with a raised flat base, piriform body and a flaring rim. Brown surface, rough.
1A miniature necked jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two tubular string-hole handles, which are not completely drilled through. Drab surface, with a faintly visible exterior decoration in maroon. It features vertical panels, filled in with randomly executed horizontal wavy lines. On top of the rim are faint remnants of decoration as well.
1A miniature necked jar with a slender, ovoid body, tapering to a narrow flat base, a modelled rim and two tubular string-hole handles. A buff surface with only scarce fragments of faintly visible exterior decoration of horizontal wavy lines?
1A miniature open bowl, direct rim and a flat base.
1A miniature pitcher.
1A miniature restricted vessel consisting of a tall, slender, converging foot and a broad upper body. It stands on an angle. Buff surface, rough.
1A miniature round based cylindrical jar with a flaring rim.
1A miniature round bottomed bowl.
1A miniature squat jar with a modelled rim, round base and two tubular string-hole handles for suspension. Black coated and polished.
1A miniature squat vessel with two loop handles and an outturned rim.
1A miniature stela showing a standing Bes en face. The legs are parted and the phallos is visible. Bes has been moulden in raised relief. All the glaze is gone, and piece is very frail.
1A miniature vase with a narrow flat base, straight profile, rounded transition to a slightly restricted upper termination and a direct rim.
1A miniature vessel, round bottom, straight profile, direct rim and two nubbles on the side. An alabastron.
2A miniature vessel with a crude form.
1A miniature vessel with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface, with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features horizontal bands of wavy lines all over the body, including on top of the ledges. On top of the rim are remnants of a circumscribing line. There are rilling marks on the interior on where the rim has been applied. Wavy line design.
1A miniature vessel with a spindle shaped body, narrow flat base and a modelled rim. Brown surface, rough.
1A miniature vessel with globular body, a round base, modelled rim, two horizontal ledge handles and two tubular string-hole handles. Light grey surface, with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple spiral motifs all over the body. The two different types of ledges are adorned with horizontal lines. Finally, on top of the rim are remnants of a circumscribing painted line.
1A miniature wooden coffin with lid containing an ushebti, made from white glazed faiance, with inlays of red faiance, and hairstyle and writing in violet glaze.
1A mirror with tang. One side has been polished.
1A miscellaneous item, probably an amulet. It has a number of short, drilled holes on the body. The front?, has two large drilled holes which are separated by a vertically incised line. An animal?
1A model axe-head, lugged, round form. Corroded cutting edge.
1A model axe-head, lugged, round form with two binding holes. Corroded cutting edge.
1A model axe-head, lugged form with a rounded cutting edge. It has an incised figure of eight on one side.
1A model axe-head, lugged form with slightly incurved sides and a splayed cutting edge.
1A model of a grain store with a staircase, a man and two other objects. Made for a grave.
1A model of a mould for brick.
1A model of a shield. Painted in black and white.
1A modern, italian drawing of a papyrus plant.
1A modern glass jar containing 20 fake dates and three real dates. The fake dates have been carved out of wood and painted.
1A modern string with two leg amulets in carnelian. 6 small bicone faience beads have also been strung on this string.
1A modern string with two leg amulets in carnelian. One small slightly bicone carnelian bead have also been strung on this string.
1A monkey´s head.
1A mortar, with a flat base, flaring profile, direct rim and two lug handles.
1Amost cylindrical vase with slightly concave sides. The oldest of the alabaster finds.
1A mould for a bead. Traces of the groove for shaping a suspension loop lengthwise through the bead as well as grooves of a thread located on the ‘short’ sides of the bead.
1A mould for a bead in the shape of a flower with several petals. Traces of the groove for shaping the suspension hole through the bead.
1A mould for a Bes, shown standing en face. He wears the plume crown. The suspension hole goes through the plumes, as indicated by the groove across. Clear facial details.
1A mould for a Bes figure en face. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole. Blurry impression.
1A mould for a bezel. The bezel is shaped as a wedjat eye. The ring shank would have been produced in another mould. Clay, fired brown.
1A mould for a cartouche. The cartouche reads Nb-MAat-Ra, Amenhotep III. The mould is unusually symmetric, almost hemispherical.
1A mould for a cartouche. The inscription is not that of a name, but a phrase reading Axt nb nHH. No trace of a groove for shaping a suspension hole.
1A mould for a cartouche. The name within is a slightly abbreviated form of Horemheb’s nzw-bity name (Dzr-xprw-Ra...).
1A mould for a cartouche. The name within is that of Ramses IV. Traces of the groove for shaping a suspension hole lengthwise.
1A mould for a cartouche. The name within is the name of Horemheb.
1A mould for a cartouche. The name within is the one of Ramses II, wsr-mAat-ra stp-n-ra.
1A mould for a clearly detailed wedjat eye. A groove across for shaping the suspension hole lengthwise. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a cobra head. Fairly deep impression, almost horse shoe shaped.
1A mould for a couchant cat in profile with head turned towards the observer. Clay, fired beige-red.
1A mould for a couhing cat, with face turned towards the viewer. Two faint grooves located at the hindpart of the cat, not for shaping a suspension hole, but for the thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould.
1A mould for a counterpoise. A groove across the top part of the object, for shaping the suspension hole.
1A mould for a counterpoise. No grooves present, neither for shaping a suspension hole nor for taking the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a cowrie bead. A single groove for making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a cowrie bead. Stylized. The mould itself is rather spherical. No obvious groove present. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a cresent. A part for the suspension loop is present, although there are no traces of a groove that would have been used to make the hole.
1A mould for a cresent. A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a djed pillar. A single groove present, although it is hard to spot as it runs parallel along the edge of the impression. White remains in the impresssion.
1A mould for a djed pillar. No obvious groove present. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a djed pillar. No traces of groove for shaping a suspension loop. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a djed pillar. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a double cartouch. It contains the epithets of the god Aten. Brown fired clay.
1A mould for a double cartouche. The impression is almost illegible, although it could be the name of Nefertiti as four nfr-signs are visible as well as a seated goddess. A horizontal groove to left and right of the double cartouches indicate the shaping of a suspension hole through the object.
1A mould for a duck with turned-back head? Or a frog?
1A mould for a figure of the goddess Taweret, shown in profile. No traces of a groove for shaping a supension hole. The impression would have given a stylized Taweret.
1A mould for a fish, most likely a Nile tilapia. Clear impression, no groove present.
1A mould for a floral composition consisting of a grape bunch surmounted by a flower. A type of bead for an Amarna collar (?). A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a floral composition consisting of a grape bunch surmounted by a flower. A type of bead for an Amarna collar (?). Two grooves (?) present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower, with six petals. A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower bead, deep impression. A single groove for making it possible to take the bead out from the mould. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a flower bead. 6 petals. Deep impression. Impression of a single groove for shaping the suspension hole. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower bead or inlay. 19 petals. A small incision indicating the groove for shaping a suspension hole.
1A mould for a flower bead or inlay. 9 petals. The petals are decorated as ‘palm leaves’.
1A mould for a flower inlay or appliqué. The mould itself is almost in the shape of a votive offering dish. White and yellow remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower or an early type of eye bead. Deep impression.
1A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Deep impression. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
2A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Red paste remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Thick layer of white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.White remains in the impression.
1A mould for a flower with multiple petals. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. White remains in the impression.
1A mould for a foreleg of an ox, i.e. foundation deposit. Faint traces of a cartouche as well, on the upper part of the leg. In the cartouche the name of Ramses II: Wsr m3.t R stp.n R. Clay, fired brown-grey.
1A mould for a frog. The body is striated. A suspension hole would have run lengthwise through the animal’s body, which is also indicated by the grooves made from the thread on each side.
1A mould for a grape bunch. A type of bead for an Amarna collar. A short single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a grape bunch. No traces of making a suspension hole. The piece is large.
1A mould for a grape bunch bead. This kind of bead was primarily used in the so-called Amarna broad collars. The suspension holes would have been produced separately and placed on top and bottom. A single groove on top part of the mould. whitish remains.
1A mould for a Hathor head. No grooves for a suspension hole present, which would indicate that a suspension hole was produced separately. Remains of reddish paste.
1A mould for a Hathor head. No grooves for a suspension hole present, which would indicate that a suspension hole was produced separately. Remains of whitish paste.
1A mould for a Hathor head en face. No obvious groove present. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Thick layer of white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a Hathor head shown en face. No groove present. Thick layer of white paste remaining in the impression, making it somewhat difficult to identify the object.
1A mould for a hes jar (Hz). The hes jar would have been very small, ca 0.8 cm tall. No traces of a groove to shape a suspension loop.
1A mould for a large flat disc bead. Simple. No groove present. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a lily.
1A mould for a lily. A suspension loop located on top, although there are no grooves visible for shaping an actual suspension hole. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a lotus flower. The flower is fairly detailed. No obvious groove for shaping a suspension hole, which could have been produced separateley and attached later on.
1A mould for a mandrake bead. A single and very shallow groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a mandrake fruit. A type of bead for an Amarna collar. The suspension loop would have been attached on top by a separate disc bead. No visible groove present. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a mandrake fruit. Clear details. Such beads were used primarily in the so-called Amarna collars. No obvious groove present. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a monkey playing the tambourine. the monkey is shown standing in profile. Normally would this icongraphy be a Bes playing the tambourine, although not in this example.
1A mould for an aegis. Traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole through the object, at the level of the head. Small.
1A mould for an ankh (anx). No indications of a suspension loop or hole made on this stage of manufacturing the amulet. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for an early type of eye bead, almost hemispherical. Large ‘pupil’. A deep groove across the mould indicates the use of a thread for making a suspension hole through the bead.
1A mould for a nefer sign, used as an amuletic bead (or inlay). No grooves present. Beige remains in the impression.
1A mould for a nefer sign. A possible groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a nefer sign. Used as a type of bead for a collar. A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a nfr-sign. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole on this object, although a single groove for a thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould.
1A mould for an object with a double row of three dots. The dots would be on the actual object in sunk relief. No obvious groove present.
1A mould for an unknown quadruped? No grooves for suspension holes or for taking the object out from the mould.
3A mould for a palmette. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a palmette. The mould is fairly large. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole.
1A mould for a palmette. The mould is fairly large. No traces of groove for a suspension hole. Clay, fired brown-red.
1A mould for a pennaular ear ring in faience, made in one piece, with an opening for the ear lobe. Fairly large.
1A mould for a petal, probably of Amarna type. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole, which probably was added later in form of a small bead. Although a single groove for a thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould is present.
1A mould for a petal, probably of Amarna type. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole, which probably was added later in form of a small bead. A single groove for a thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould
1A mould for a petal, probably of Amarna type. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole, which probably was added later in form of a small bead. No traces of a groove for taking out the object from the mould present either.
2A mould for a petal, probably of Amarna type. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole, which probably was added later in form of a small bead. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. White remains in the impression.
1A mould for a plaque, with a possible reading ‘As the king of the two lands’, if same as in OBO 60 (see Cf. Publications).
1A mould for a plaque with a phrase reading anx-wAz-anx nb. (cf. OBO 60, see Cf. Publications). No groove present. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a poppy bud bead. No groove present, nor any remains in the impression.
1A mould for a poppy petal. A type of bead for an Amarna collar. The suspension loop would have been attached on top by a separate disc bead. A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Reddish paste remains in the impression.
1A mould for a poppy petal. Poppy petals were often used in the so-called Amarna broad collars. Impression of a single groove for shaping the suspension hole. Red paste remaining in the impression.
1A mould for a poppy pod. No traces of a suspension groove, although a single groove for a thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould is present. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a puppy bud. Fairly large. Such beads were used primarily in the so-called Amarna collars. No obvious groove present. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a puppy bud. Such beads were used primarily in the so-called Amarna collars. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Clear impression.
1A mould for a puppy bud. The suspension loop would have been made separately (bead) and attached on top of the bead, although a single groove for a thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould is present. Puppy buds were often used in the so-called Amarna broad collars.
1A mould for a puppy bud. The suspension loop would have been produced separately. A single groove for making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a rectangular shaped wedjat eye (?). The impression is blurry. Clay, fired brown.
1A mould for a ring shank. The bezel would have been manufactured separately in another mould.
1A mould for a ring shank*. The shank would have been attached to a bezel or the like, produced in a separate mould.
1A mould for a scarab, used as a bezel. The scarab would originally have clear details on obverse. A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Thick layer of white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a scarab. Large and stylized. No groove present. Reddish paste remains in the impression.
1A mould for a scarab. The head and clypeus are visible. Humeral callosities. A groove for shaping the suspension hole, lengthwise.
1A mould for a scarab with visible clypeus and head. Grooves indicate the use of a thread for making a suspension hole through the scarab, lengthwise.
1A mould for a seated baboon, shown in profile. A faint groove for the thread to make it possible to get the object from the mould. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a seated deity, shown in profile. The deity has a antropomorphic body and a zoomorphic head, that of a lion (?). This would identify the deity as Sekhmet. The grooves for shaping a suspension hole is present. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a seated deity, shown in profile. The figure is probably animal headed, either a baboon, lion or falcon head. No groove present. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a seated goddess. Throne very clear. She wears a crown of some sort and she holds a papyrus staff in front of her.
1A mould for a seated pharaoh, wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt (cf. Gardiner’s A43). He is shown in profile. No groove present. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a semi large wedjat eye. Chipped at one side.
1A mould for a small bezel. The mould itself is rather spherical. According to catalogue it should be a uraeus with a solar disc surmounted on top, although it seems more like a floral pattern, perhaps two twisting lotus stalks. No groove present. White remains in the impression.
1A mould for a small Hz-jar. A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a small reclined cat, head turned en face. No grooves present. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a small scarab. A single faint groove for taking out the object. Scarab of funerary character? Whitish remains.
1A mould for a small sweret bead. Traces of the groove for shaping the suspension hole lengthwise.
1A mould for a small wedjat eye, with clear details. A groove across for shaping the suspension hole lengthwise.
1A mould for a small wedjat eye, with very clear details. A groove across for shaping the suspension hole lengthwise.
1A mould for a small wedjat eye. The eye is very detailed. A groove on each side of the amulet for shaping the lengtwise suspension hole is present. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a standing Bes, shown en face. Detailed. A suspension loop would have been located through his crown, as there is a groove on each side of the figure.
1A mould for a standing Bes, shown en face. No grooves present. Reddish paste remaining in the impression.
1A mould for a standing deity, falcon headed, i.e Horus. He wears the double crown of Egypt and holds a staff in his hand in front of him. Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for a standing deity, holding a staff in front of him/her. A Maat feather surmounted on head. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole. Blurry impression.
1A mould for a standing deity. According to catalogue it should be a goddess, although there are no obvious details pointing toward a such conclusion. No groove present. Thick layer of white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a standing deity with crown consisting of double Maat feathers, holding a staff in front of him/her. No traces of a groove for shapinge a suspension hole. Blurry impression.
1A mould for a standing falcon, wearing the white crown of Upper Egypt. The falcon is most likely Horus. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a standing goddess, holding a wadj scepter in front of her. On top of her head a podium like crown. Identity of goddess uncertain.
1A mould for a standing goddess, Isis holding a staff in front of her. Clay, fired brown-black.
1A mould for a standing male figure, wearing kilt and crown. It could either be an image of a pharaoh or the deity Atum (?). No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension loop on this stage.
1A mould for a striding quadruped, could be either a lion or a jackal (Åsa: probably a lion). Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a sweret bead.Traces of the groove for shaping a suspension loop lengthwise through the bead.Fairly large.
2A mould for a sweret bead. Traces of the groove for shaping a suspension loop lengthwise through the bead. Fairly large.
1A mould for a tambourine playing Bes, shown in profile. (Could also be a monkey). Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a tyet. Fairly detailed amulet. No groove present. White remains in the impression.
1A mould for a tyet amulet. Fairly detailed. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole.
1A mould for a uraeus with a solar disc surmounted on its head. No obvious groove present.
1A mould for a wadj pillar. No grooves present. Whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a wasp (bity). No groove present. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a wasp (bity). Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for a wedjat/oudjat eye with clear details. Groove across for shaping a suspension hole through the amulet. Clay, fired brown-red.
1A mould for a wedjat. Clear details. No grooves visible on the mould itself.
1A mould for a wedjat eye, almost plaque like. Unusually widegrooves from the thread that was used to make the suspension hole (lengthwise).
1A mould for a wedjat eye, with clear details. Grooves on each side of the wedjat eye, indicating the shaping of a suspension loop lengthwise.
1A mould for a wedjat eye, with clear details. Grooves on each side of the wedjat eye, indicating the shaping of a suspension loop lengthwise. Whitish remains.
1A mould for a wedjat eye, with clear details. The amulet would have had a suspension hole lengthwise, as indicated by the wide grooves from the thread on each side.
1A mould for a wedjat eye. A groove across for shaping the suspension hole lengthwise.
1A mould for a wedjat eye. Clear details, especially the brow. A single and very shallow groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Whiteremains in the impression.
2A mould for a wedjat eye (Eye of Horus). Good details. A groove on each side of the amulet, which indicates the use of a thread for making the suspension hole lengthwise. Fairly large mould and wedjat eye.
1A mould for a wedjat eye (eye of Horus). Plaque shaped and with clear details. A groove across the mould, for making the suspension hole lengthwise. Some whitish remains in the impression.
1A mould for a wedjat eye plaque. the plaque is small and slightly rectangular shaped. Fine linear details. A suspension hole would have gone through the center of the amulet, as the traces of the groove is on that level.
1A mould for a zoned lotus petal. No traces of a groove for shaping a suspension hole, although a single groove for a thread to make it possible to take it out from the mould.
1A mould for double feathers?? A single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould.
1A mould for for a date palm leaf. A bead would have been added separately. This kind of bead was used in the so-called Amarna collars. No obvious groove present. Thick layer of white remains in the impression.
1A mould for for a flower with multiple petals.Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. White remains in the impression.
1A mould for for a grape bunch. Disc bead would have been added separately on top and bottom. Grape bunches were used in the so-called amarna collars. No groove present.
1A mould for for a grape bunch. Disc bead would have been added separately on top and bottom. Grape bunches were used in the so-called amarna collars. No groove present. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for for a poppy bud. Fairly large example. A bead would have been added separately. This kind of bead was used in the so-called Amarna collars.Single groove present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. Some white remains in the impression.
1A mould for for a tambourine palying Bes. Bes is shown in profile. This kind of bead was used in the so-called Amarna collars. Two grooves present, making it easier to take the object out from the mould. White remains in the impression.
1A mould for hieroglyphic inlays. The impression consists of a mn-sign above the n-sign.
1A mould for Nehebkau (nHb-kAw). A serpent body and tail with human legs and arms. The arms are located horizontally in front of him. No traces of shaping a suspension hole or loop in this step of creating the amulet.
1A mould for something, enigmatic. ‘Worm’ shaped, with one side straight, the other wavy lined. No groove present.
1A mould with a cartouche impression. The impression reads Mwt anx Imn HqA iwn zw/nzw ?
1A mould with grains wrapped in a linen cloth. Osiris bed.
2Amphora
1Amphora, three sherds.
1Amphora.
1Amphora. Heavily encrusted
1Amphora. Pierced, complete shell.
1Amphorae. Bone frgmt.
1Amphora frgs.
1Amphora of dark clay. Wheel-made. Black glazed. Base-ring. Marked shoulder-line. Twin handles from neck to shoulder.
1Amphora of dark clay. Wheel-made. Painted brown. Twin handles from rim to shoulder.
1Amphora of red clay. Wheel-made. Flattened base. Ring around rim. Marked neck-line. Quadrupal false handles around shoulder. Used as burial urn.
1Amphora of red clay. Wheel-made. Grey-glazed. Base-ring. Ring around rim. Handle from neck to shoulder.
1Amphora of red clay. Wheel-made. Miniature. Red-painted. Narrow, flattened base. Ring around rim. Handle from neck to shoulder.
1Amphora of red clay. Wheel-made. Miniature. Rounded base. Faint base-ring. Twin handles from rim to shoulder.
1Amphora of red clay. Wheel-made. Miniature. Rounded base. Ring around rim. Handle from rim to shoulder.
1Amphora type. Painted pattern on the outside.
1Amphora vase. Engraved on one side with lotus flower and buds plus a garland. On the other side engraved with two hanging counterweights to the garland.
1Amphora with an ovoid body ending with a knobbed base. Tall, cylindrical neck. Thick rim. Vertical handles from neck to shoulder.
1Amphora with base-ring; biconical body; neck widening upwards; swollen rim; horizontal handles on shoulder. Encircling lines and bands around body and neck; zigzag lines around rim.
1Amphora with depressed, globular body and splaying base. Short, wide, cylindrical neck. Flat, out-turned rim. Bilobate handles from rim to shoulder. Broad, red band on inside of neck. Five black bands encircling top of rim. One black band encircling side of rim. Two wavy, black bands encircling upper neck. One black band encircling neck-base. The shoulder-zone on either side is decorated with concentric triangles, the inner one filled with a alternating black and white rhombs, the centre one of which is [instead of being black] filled with a black dot inside a small rhomb. On either side of centre pattern are, starting from top, a down-pointing solid red triangle, ten, oblique, parallel lines in the shape of a rhomb, a semi-circle turned inwards filled with red paint and a smaller semi-circle (also turned inwards) filled with black paint. Between the central decoration and handles on either side, is a framed row of vertical chevrons. Encircling mid-body below handles is a very broad black band, framed by ten black lines on upper side and one black line on lower side. Two black bands encircling lower body. Outside of handles painted black with red, transverse stroke in the middle.
1Amphora with flat, raised base; oval body.
1Amphora with low, hollow foot, and almost biconical body. Wide, short, convex, slightly tapering neck. Horizontal mouth. Bilobate, slightly raised handles from rim to shoulder. Neck painted red on the inside. Five black lines encircling top of rim, edge of rim painted black. Two black, wavy lines encircling upper neck. Black band encircling neck-base. On shoulder elaborate decoration with checker-pattern and parallel lines, framed by lotus flowers and vertical rows of w:s. Eight black lines encircling upper body. Black, wide band encircling mid-body. Two black lines encircling lower body. Foot painted red. Outside and inside of handle painted black. Light buff clay; matt, light buff slip; matt red and grayish black paint.
1Amphora with outturned thickened and flat lip, conic neck and pearshaped body with pointed toe. Two handles starting from just under lip down to beginning of body. Three encircling lines just under lip.
1Amphora with ovoid depressed body and splaying, rather high foot. Wide, concave neck. Flat, out-turned rim. Trilobate handles from rim to shoulder. Black band encircling base. Foot painted red. Lower part from foot to about mid-body is painted black. Above this zone are three black, encircling, parallel lines, a black encircling band, four black, encircling, parallel lines, a red band, and four black, encircling, parallel lines. The handle zone on shoulder is framed by thick black lines and divided by vertical rows of small squares framed by black lines, into three panels on either side. On each panel is a checquered triangle, flanked by three lines on either side. Neck-zone is divided into panels (two on either side) by vertical rows of red zigzags, flanked by three black lines on either side. Each panel contains a bird with small wings, long neck, and rather long beak; outline of birds are black, filling red. Encircling black band just below rim. Rim is decorated with groups of transverse, black lines. Inside of neck is decorated by red band flanked by four black lines on either side. Black line encircling lower handle abutment. Handles decorated with red band flanked by vertical, framed rows of horizontal short, black lines.
1Amphora with ring-base, carinated body. Short, wide, slightly concave neck. Horizontal mouth. Flat handles from rim to shoulder. Zigzag band encircling top of rim. Zigzag band, framed by straight bands, encircling neck. Three leaf-ornaments on either side of shoulder. Two bands encircling upper body. Two bands encircling mid-body. Two bands encircling lower body. Transverse strokes on handle crossed by one vertical line in the middle. Buff clay; matt buff slip; matt dark brown paint.
1Amphora with ring-base. Ovoid body. Wide, concave neck. Ridge on upper neck, horizontal mouth. Round, horizontal handles on shoulder. Black, wavy band and black band encircling neck. Red band encircling upper neck and ridge. Four black lines and band encircling upper neck. Black, concentric lozenges, with black chequers inside and black leaves at each side-corner, on either side of mid-neck, framed by black panels. Black, vertical row of W’s, framed by black panels and four groups of semi-circles (one solid red), on either side of mid-neck, above handles. Red band, framed by four or five black lines encircling neck-base. Black chequers, framed by black, diagonal lines, on either side of shoulder. Black, vertical row of V’s, framed by black panels, on either side of shoulder, above handles. Black band encircling shoulder. Black, wavy, horizontal line on either side of upper body. Three black lines, framed by black bands, encircling mid-body. Two black bands encircling lower body. Base painted red. Two black lines encircling inside of neck. Pinkish buff clay; matt, light slip; matt red and black paint.
1Amphora with small ring-base, sack-shaped body. Wide, cylindrical, slightly splaying neck. Flaring mouth. Big, round, horizontal handles on mid-body. Two red lines encircling inside neck. Rim painted black. Three black lines encircling mid-neck. Black band encircling neck-base. Ten black lines, framed by red bands, encircling shoulder. Black band encircling upper body. Red, wavy band encircling upper body and mid-body. Black band and red band encircling mid-body below handles. Handles painted black. Light brick clay; matt, light buff slip; matt red and black paint.
1Amphora with string-hole projections. Splaying rim; wide somewhat tapering neck. Globular body; round base. Handle from neck to shoulder. Red clay. Decoration: incised white lines; on body vertical lines in groups of four, in between them are fields of lozenges with stripes inside. Two of the fields hav ezig-zag patterns. Close to base, on shoulder and on middle and upper neck are encircling lines. On neck, in between the lines are zig-zag pattern and lozenges.
1Amphora with string-hole projections. Splaying rim; wide somewhat tapering neck. Globular body. Two small ear handles on each shoulder. Decoration: three incised lines encircling shoulder and angle between shoulder and neck. Short incised vertical lines form a pattern between two of the lines.
1Amphora with thickened outturned lip, long narrow neck and pearshaped body. Pointed toe and long rounded handles descending from just under rim to shoulder.
1Amphoriskos. Tall, slender shape. Conical-piriform body with two band handles from neck to shoulder. Broad, flaring base, slightly concave. Tall, narrow neck. Flaring rim with rounded lip. Painted, narrow bands around body. Fine, brown fabric with fine gold mica. Red paint.
1Amphoriskos with almost biconical body; cylindrical neck; flat rim; handles from rim to shoulder. En circling lines and bands inside neck, and around rim and body; encircling lines and bands of chequers on rim; row of concentric circles around neck and shoulder; vertical lines on handles, and transverse strokes on their upper part near rim.
1Amphoriskos with base-ring; depressed globular body; cylindrical neck (rim missing); horizontal handles on belly. Encircling lines and bands around neck, shoulder, and below belly; black handles; frieze of geometrically drawn birds with hatched bodies, raised wings, tall, curved necks, long beaks, and eyes marked by dots; legs and necks are indicated by lines.
1Amphoriskos with base-ring; depressed oval body. Metope decoration of rosettes and vertical, framade guilloch pattern in outline technique; parallel, encircling lines around body.
1Amphoriskos with flat base; cylindrical neck, splaying rim, and two horizontal handles on shoulder. Encircling lines around rim, neck, and belly; black handles.
1Amphoriskos with low foot; biconical body; neck splaying upwards; twin-handles from rim to shoulder. Encircling lines and bands inside neck, around body and base; plain and rippled lines around neck; black handles; on shoulder central ornament of triangle with filled chequers framed by parallel, angular lines with filled excrescences; on either side a lotus ornament of carelessly drawn lotus flowers and buds framed by vertical bands.
1Amphoroid crater. Conical base; piriform body; wide, concave neck; horizontal, bevelled rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; four or three string-hole projections on upper handle; two string-hole projections on one handle, lower part; vertical ridge on mid-handle. Hard, pinkish buff clay; lustrous, pinkish buff slip; lustrous, red to black paint. Band encircling mid-body; chariot scene on upper body and shoulder; dotted, chariot with three men (FM 1.13, 17) in dotted dresses; driver holds a whip in his left hand; chariot drawn by two horses; on one side two men stand in front of charot holding out their arms towards the horses; quirks, dotted flowers, lozenges (FM 73.h, o), tricurved arch and mycenaean flowers as filling ornaments; neck painted; groups of chevrons on rim; sides of handle painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc base; advanced piriform body; wide cylindrical neck; flat rim; two flat handles from rim to shoulder. Hard, light buff clay; pinkish semi-lustrous slip; light-brown to reddish and brown lustrous paint. Painted base; encircling lines on lower part of body; on the shoulder there are two chariot scenes on a wide painted encircling band with two figures in each chariot and two standing in front of each chariot (one side is mended with only a small part of the original scene left). Neck painted; groups of transverse lines on the rim; vertical lines on the handles. Paint very worn. Incised mark on base.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; short, wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle; two string-hole projections on upper and lower handle. Hard, pinkish buff clay with greyish core; semi-lustrous, buff slip; semi-lustrous orange red to dark brown paint. Base painted; bands encircling lower body; bands encircling mid-body; waterbirds with latticed, curved bodies, large, globular eyes, U-pattern (FM 45.5) and wave-pattern, below birds, on either side of shoulder; neck painted; groups of transverse strokes on rim; handles, except ridge, painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; short, wide neck, widening upward; horizontal rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle; two thumb-grips on lower handles. Hard, pinkish buff clay; semi-lustrous, buff slip; semi-lustrous orange red to dark brown paint. Base and lower body painted; bands encircling lower body; bands encircling mid-body; waterbirds with panelled, curved bodies, large, globular eyes on shoulder; chevrons as filling ornament; neck painted; groups of chevrons on rim; handles, except ridge, painted; inside of neck painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle. Hard, pinkish buff clay; semi-lustrous, buff slip; lustrous orange red to dark red paint. Base and lower body painted; band encircling lower body; bands encircling mid-body; groups of parallel semicircles and parallel chevrons (FM 58.9) on upper body and shoulder; neck painted; lines encircling rim; inside of neck and sides of handle painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; handles from rim to shoulder; vertical, ridge on mid-handle; two string-hole projections on upper and lower handle. Hard, pinkish buff clay; matt, buff slip; lustrous orange red to black paint. Base and lower body painted; bands encircling lower- and mid-body; chariot scene on upper body and shoulder; two dotted chariots (FM 39.3) on either side; two men, in dotted dresses, in each chariot, hiding their arms; two horses drawing each chariot; sacral ivy (FM 12.41) inbetween horses legs; chevrons, parallel, horizontal strokes and dotted, concentric circles as filling ornaments; palmtress (FM 15.1) and mycenaean flower under handles; neck painted; running spirals (FM 46.54) on rim; handles painted, except from ridge; inside of neck painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle. Dark red, lustrous paint.
1Amphoroid crater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; wide, flat handles from rim to shoulder. Hard, buff clay; lustrous, buff slip; lustrous orange red to reddish brown paint. Base and lower body painted; bands encircling lower body; bands encircling mid-body; nautical scene on either side of upper body and shoulder; ship (FM 40.1) with high mast, framed by dots and ending with semi-circles; stem decorated with hooked-shaped projections and on the other stands a bird (FM 7.29); decked ship with four male figures (FM 1.25) under deck, working with the sail-cloth (?); two big, long-robed, male figures on deck holding a steering-oar; ships framed by large, male figures; on one side both holding a steering-oar; on other side only one figure visible who has arms bent forward against the ship; conventionalized nautilus shells and dotted circles as filler ornaments; neck painted; groups of transverse strokes on rim; inside of neck painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Piriform body; short, wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; two thumb-grips on lower handle. Hard, brick clay with grey core; semi-lustrous, pinkish buff slip; lustrous orange red paint. Bands encircling mid-body; two palmtrees flanked by man, with raised arms, on left side; neck painted; transverse strokes on rim; inside of neck painted; sides of handle painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Piriform body; wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle. Incised signs on handle. Hard, light buff clay; semi-lustrous, light buff slip; lustrous red to black paint. Chariot scene on upper body and shoulder; dotted chariot (FM 39.3); two men, in dotted dresses, in chariot; two horses drawing each chariot; mycenaean flowers as filling ornaments; neck painted; handles painted, except from ridge; inside of neck painted.
1Amphoroid crater. Ring moulding base; piriform body; ridge encircling neck-base; wide, cylindrical neck, widening upward; horizontal rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder. Hard, buff clay; lustrous buff slip; matt, orange red to black paint. Bands encircling lower body; concentric arcs from mid-body to shoulder; isolated diaper net (FM 57.2) under each handle; band encircling neck-base; elaborate triangles encircling neck; groups of transverse strokes on rim; vertical lines on handles; fill ornament (FM fig 68, third row in the middle) on upper handle; bands encircling inside neck.
1Amphoroid krater. Flat, disc-base; piriform body; short, wide, concave neck; horizontal rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle; two string-holes on upper handle. Hard, light buff clay; semi-lustrous, buff slip; lustrous, orange red to reddish brown paint. Base and lower body painted; band encircling lower body; bands encircling mid-body; mycenaean flowers on upper body and shoulder; neck painted; parallel chevrons on rim; handles painted on sides.
1Amphoroid krater. Flat disc-base; piriform body; short, wide neck, widening upward; horizontal, bevelled rim; flat handles from rim to shoulder; vertical ridge on mid-handle. Hard, pinkish buff clay with grey core; semi-lustrous, buff slip; lustrous, orange red to reddish brown paint. Base and lower body painted; band encircling lower body; bands encircling mid-body; chariot scene on upper body; charioteers body like FM 1.16; two whole-lengthed figures in front of the two horses; mycenaean flower under each handle; neck painted; parallel chevrons encircling rim; inside of neck painted; sides of handle painted.
1Amulet, ¨two fingers¨.
1Amulet, aegis and counterpoise. Head of a lion, Mut-Sekhmet, wearing the long tripartite wig. The goddess is facing right and is wearing a sun disc and uraeus. Deep, broad bead collar underneath the head. Suspension loop at the back of the head. Faience, green.
1Amulet, a right hand human ear. Blue stone.
1Amulet, Bes. Round plaque, incised lines on the edges. On one side Bes´face, partly impressed partly in raised relief. Two holes just above the ears. Threading holes on opposite sides of the edge.
1Amulet, crouching animal, head missing, cat? Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet, head of uraeus. Traces of yellow inlay in one eye.
1Amulet, Heart of Osiris. The body is of black, polished steatite, with inlays (face and hands) of cornelian. A Benu-bird is incised below the hands. Threading hole lengthwise through the head.
1Amulet, pendant (Bes), incised facial details and hair. 4 drilled holes between arms & body and legs & body.
1Amulet, pendant shaped as Bes in frontal position. Suspension hole through the head.
1Amulet, seated baboon. Suspension hole through the head.
1Amulet, Sechmet standing, frontal position. Body as a human. Supported by a back pillar, on which is an inscription. Glued onto modern wooden base. Faience, no glaze remains.
1Amulet, Sekhmet standing in frontal position. arms held along the sides. Well worked face and head, body as a woman. Suspension hole through the head.
1Amulet, shaped as an animal head, ram? One side flat with incised facial details; eyes, eye brows, nose and mouth. Modern incisions?
1Amulet, Son of Horus, Qebehsenuef, head as a falcon. In profile, left facing. Face and shoulder have incised details. Two threading holes, one through the head, the other through the feet. Faience, black and turquoise.
1Amulet? Crescent shaped.
1Amulet. According to the catalogue a Peshef-kef, however, more likely ostrich feathers. Threading hole at the back.
2Amulet. Aegis, with small lion headed goddess, Mut-Sekhmet, wearing sun disc and uraeus. A modelled aegis sits at an right angle to the shank. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. An animal, bull?, lying down. Blue glazed.
1Amulet. Animal headed deity, crude. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Anubis, body as a human. Frontal position, supported by a back pillar. Wearing a short kilt. Faience, pale turquoise.
1Amulet. Anubis, jackal headed with human body. Standing, frontal position, on rectangular base. Arms held along his sides, He is wearing a short kilt. Supported by a back pillar. Glued onto modern wooden base. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Anubis, jackal headed with human body. Standing, frontal position, on rectangular base. Arms held along his sides, He is wearing a short kilt. Supported by a back pillar. Threading hole through the back pillar. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Anubis, lying on a base. Suspension loop on the back.
1Amulet. Aper or Pr-amulet, identical in shape to the hieroglyph used for the words “equipped”, “”furnished with”, perhaps representing an elaborate apron. Elongated, similar to a broom, with one flat end, the other semicircular. Incised lines running both horizontally and diagonally across the sides. Suspension loop at the semicircular side.
1Amulet. A squatting male with a tall yellow and green cap. He has dark hair and a necklace with yellow beads. Suspension hole drilled from shoulder to shoulder. Glazed.
1Amulet. Baboon, seated in frontal position. Smoothly polished body with incised details.
1Amulet. Bastet, cat- or lion head with a sun disc and uraeus. With an aegis, a deep , broad collar. Threading hole through the neck.
1Amulet. Bell shaped. Suspension loop at the top. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Bes, carved in a single piece of stone. Incised lines marks the various limbs. Suspension loop at the top of the head.
1Amulet. Bes, in relief with in filled spaces in between limbs. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Bes, in the round. Threading hole through the neck.
1Amulet. Bes, only the head and upper body. Wearing a tall, feathered crown. Detailed face, protruding ears. Threading hole through the crown. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Bes, seated in a chair. Frontal position, arms resting on arm rests. Protruding ears. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Bes, standing, highly stylised. he is wearing a feathered crown. Threading hole drilled through the crown.
1Amulet. Bes, standing, the hands resting on the hips. Detailed face, incised details on the back.
1Amulet. Bes, standing, wearing a feathered crown. Crude. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Bes, standing, wearing a feathered crown. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Bes, standing, wearing as feathered crown. Double-sided representation.. Threading hole through the crown.
1Amulet. Bes, standing in profile, facing left. The recto is flat, the verso has details in raised relief. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Bes, standing on base, wearing a feathered crown, most of which is missing. Suspension loop at the base of the crown.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing a feathered crown. Frontal position, arms held along the sides. Threading hole through the neck. Glued onto a wooden base. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing a tall feathered crown. Standing on a small base with incised lines. Threading hole through the head. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Crudely worked, the only defined detail is the crown. Threading hole through the lower part. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Crudely worked. Threading hole at the waist. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Crudely worked. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Detailed facial features. Threading hole at the back. Faience, beige.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Flat verso, the recto crudely worked, details hardly visible. Two threading holes, one through the neck, one through the feet. Faience, pale green, almost white.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Standing on a square base. Double sided. Threading hole through the head. Faience, greyish green.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown.Threading hole through the neck. Faience, blue and yellow. Glued onto modern wooden base.
1Amulet. Bes, wearing the feathered crown. Two threading holes, one through the head, one through the feet. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Bes wearing a feathered crown. Frontal position. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Boukranium, i.e. a frontal representation of a bovine head. Muzzle, eyes and horns are decorated with incised lines.Two threading holes at the back.
1Amulet. Boukranium, i.e. a frontal representation of a bovine head. Polished. Threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Cartouch, crudely worked. Suspension loop at the top. Illegible hieroglyphs, according to the catalogue the name of Sethos I. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Cartouch, with the name of Akhenaten. Suspension loop at the top. Faience, yellow.
1Amulet. Carved representation of a seated, naked child with its hands held along its sides. Possibly Harpokrates. Horus?
1Amulet. Cat, seated, frontal position, its head to the right. Threading hole in the neck.
1Amulet. Cat, seated, frontal position, the head to the right. Threading hole in the neck.
1Amulet. Cat, seated. The head en face. Threading hole through the neck.
1Amulet. Cat, seated. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Cat, seated in profile. Placed on small base. Finely modelled ears. Suspension loop at the animal’s neck.
2Amulet. Cat, seated in profile facing right, the head turned towards the viewer. Both front legs visible, the tail curled. Faience, brownish green.
1Amulet. Cat or monkey; seated animal. Arms/front legs held across the chest. Otherwise crude. Faience, blue and yellow.
1Amulet. Chnum, standing, supported by a back pillar. Head as arm. Glued onto a wooden base.
1Amulet. Chnum, standing on a base, supported by a back pillar. Head as a ram. Threading hole drilled through the back.
1Amulet. Chnum, standing supported by a back pillar. Arms held along the sides. Threading hole just below the shoulders. Glued onto modern wooden base.
1Amulet. Composite object with convex recto. Six separate areas with small eyes in each. The verso is flat, with an incised wd3t eye. Suspension hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Crocodile, in profile. Details are hard to distinguish due to the damaged surface. Suspension loop on top of the animal’s back. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Crocodile? Threading hole through the middle.
1Amulet. Crocodile lying on rectangular base. The head is raised and resting on the in-filled space beneath the chin. Threading hole through the in-filled space.
1Amulet. Crouching lion, crudely worked. Suspension loop at the back. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Crudely worked piece, a few incised lines are the only detailed feature. Possibly the head of a cobra.
1Amulet. Crudely worked piece. Fish or crocodile? (Probably a grasshopper). Threading hole drilled at the back.
1Amulet. Dd-pillar, slightly concave. Threading hole in the pillar.
1Amulet. Dd-pillar, threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Dd-pillar. Suspension hole at the back.
2Amulet. Dd-pillar. Threading hole through the pillar.
1Amulet. Double wd3t eye. In all four eyes placed back to back.
1Amulet. Dsrt, The Red crown, symbolising Lower Egypt. Crude. Threading hole at the top.
1Amulet. Dsrt , The Red crown, symbolising Lower Egypt. Crude. Threading hole at the top. Faience, pale turquoise.
1Amulet. Duamutef, in profile, highly stylised representation. Mouth and waist marked by incisions. Threading holes in the head and by the feet. Faience, turquoise. Red and yellow details.
1Amulet. Duamutef or Hapi, in profile, stylised representation. Incised details on the recto. Two threading holes, one by the neck, one by the feet. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Elongated animal’s head, dog or jackal. Vaguely marked eyes or ears. Suspension loop at one end.
1Amulet. Eye, hollow at the front.
1Amulet. Falcon, crudely worked. Suspension loop at the neck. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Falcon, crudely worked. Suspension loop on the back of the animal.
1Amulet. Falcon, Impressed details such as facial features and plumage. Suspension loop on the animal’s back. Faience, pale turquoise.
1Amulet. Falcon, placed on rectangular base. Suspension loop on the back of the bird.
1Amulet. Falcon, seated, in profile.
1Amulet. Falcon, the front of the head, chest and feet are missing. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Falcon, well worked surfaces. Originally with some kind of headdress. Stone, black and grey speckled.
1Amulet. Falcon, with detailed face and breast. Suspension loop at the neck. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Falcon. Loop.
1Amulet. Falcon feathers.
1Amulet. Fish, perch.
1Amulet. Fish, with incised details on both sides.
1Amulet. Fish of bone, possibly tooth. In its mouth there is a bronze loop on which three consecutive bronze rings have been applied.
1Amulet. Flat bird with incised details on both sides.
1Amulet. Fly, incised details on one side, the other side is flat. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Fly, threading hole behind the head.
1Amulet. Fore parts of ram and bull, antithetically placed. Suspension loop in the middle. Faience, greyish green.
1Amulet. Fragmentary nfr-sign in a naos. Faience, blue.
1Amulet. Fragmentary wd3t eye? Rectangular piece. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Funerary winged scarab, moulded with a flat underside.
1Amulet. Girdle of Isis, tit.
1Amulet. Girdle of Isis, tit. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Girdle of Isis. Threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Grasshopper, crudely worked. Threading hole through the wider end. Faience, pale turquoise.
1Amulet. Grasshopper on narrow, rectangular base. No details visible, except for two diagonal, incised lines on each side of the animal’s body Threading hole through the lower part of the head. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Hapi, standing, in profile, facing left. Detailed garment. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Hare or rabbit on a rectangular base. Threading hole through the back of the animal.
1Amulet. Harpokrates, only the head remaining He is wearing side lock and the double crown. Suspension loop in the neck.
1Amulet. Head of a bird, in profile. A threading hole drilled through the neck.
1Amulet. Head of a bull? Worked as flint. The piece is similar to the frontal view of the head of a bull.Threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Head of a falcon, wearing a wig, horns and a sun disc. It is placed on top of a papyrus column. Threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Head of a falcon with headdress and sun disc. The verso is flat. Five suspension holes.
1Amulet. Head of a jackal, pendant. The ears are pointing upwards, towards the threading hole. The space in between them is in-filled. Faience, blue.
1Amulet. Head of a lioness, frontal view. On one side vaguely marked eyes and nose. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Head of a man, with a long beard. Eyes and nose well defined, the eyes seem to be closed. The ears are protruding slightly from the head.
1Amulet. Head of a monkey, crude. The only detailed feature is the mouth. One end with a suspension loop.
1Amulet. Head of animal with horns. The latter are in relief, detailed. the muzzle is narrow. Threading hole in between the horns.
1Amulet. Head of a ram, the eyes are drilled into one threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Head of a ram, with drilled eyes. Threading hole at the back.
1Amulet. Head of Bes with details in raised relief. Well modelled wig at the back.
1Amulet. Head of bovine. Drilled eyes as well as drilled threading hole at the back. Stone, beige and pink, speckled.
1Amulet. Heart, incised lines on one side.
1Amulet. Heart, no threading hole.
1Amulet. Heart. Incised diagonal lines on both sides. Stone, greenish black.
1Amulet. Heart with threading hole at the top.
1Amulet. Herm, the head in Hellenistic style. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Horus, wearing the Double Crown. Supported by a back pillar. Arms held along the side of the body. Naked body, except for a kilt. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Horus falcon wearing the double crown. Shown in profile. Two incomplete threading holes at the tail. Faience, traces of green glaze.
1Amulet. Horus head in profile, wearing a headdress and a sun disc. Facing left. The recto is in relief, the verso is flat. Three holes at the back for attachment.
1Amulet. Horus head in profile, wearing a headdress and a sun disc. Facing right. The recto is in relief, the verso is flat. Three holes for attachment at the back.
1Amulet. Irregularly rectangular plate with incised lines on both sides and edges. One end is jagged.
1Amulet. Isis, seated, with Horus on her lap. Isis is wearing a crown with sun disc and horns. Threading hole drilled through the neck. Crude.
1Amulet. Isis, seated, with Horus-the-child on her lap. Isis’ head mostly missing. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Isis, standing, supported by a back pillar. She is wearing the hieroglyph for her name, the throne, on her head.
1Amulet. Isis breast feeding Horus. Crude. Threading hole through the head. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Isis breast feeding Horus. Isis is seated on a throne. Crude.
1Amulet. Isis breast feeding Horus. Isis is seated on a throne. Threading hole through her neck.
1Amulet. Isis breast feeding Horus. Isis is seated on a throne. Threading hole through her upper body. Crude. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Isis breast feeding Horus. Isis is seated on a throne with a suspension loop at the back. Head is missing. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Isis breast feeding Horus-the-Child. Only the upper part of the piece remains. The goddess is wearing a throne on her head. The face and wig are detailed. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Isis with Horus the Child. Threading hole at the back of the head.
1Amulet. Kneeling Schu on a base and supported by a back pillar. Resting on one knee, both hands are raised, held beside the head. He is wearing a sun disc on his head. Suspension hole drilled through the back pillar.
1Amulet. Lion, crouching. Detailed body and tail. Suspension loop on the animal’s back. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Lion, crouching. Incised details, such as ribs, mane, whiskers. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Lion, crouching. Raised head, rather slenderly built. Impressed details on the body and head. Placed on rectangular base. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Lion, crouching on a rectangular base. Wearing the lotus and plumes of Nefertum. Detailed face, mane and paws. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Lion, recumbent. In profile, with the head turned to face the viewer. Faience, blue and yellow.
1Amulet. Lion headed goddess, seated on an openwork throne. She is holding a shrine shaped sistrum with both hands. Suspension loop at the back of the head. Glued onto modern wooden base.
1Amulet. Monkey, baboon? Seated on a throne? Suspension loop at the back. .
1Amulet. Monkey, seated. Crudely worked. Threading hole through the head. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Monkey, sitting, in profile. Incised lines are marking the throne. The arms are resting in the lap. Threading hole through the shoulder. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Monkey headed bird, the wings are semi spread along its sides. The lower body and legs are shaped as a human face.
1Amulet. Mummy shaped representation, falcon headed. Kebehsenuef one of Horus sons.
1Amulet. Mut suckling Khonsu, who is propped up by her left hand. Mut is wearing the Double Crown and a long wig. The goddess is seated on a throne and is supported by a back pillar with a crude hieroglyphic inscription .Suspension loop at the back of the head.
1Amulet. Nehebkau, in the round, sitting, supported by his snake tail? Human body, head as a snake. Arms raised, supporting the head. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Offering table, almost square with a spout at the lower end. A shallow depression in the middle for liquid offerings. Suspension loop at the top edge.
1Amulet. Osiris, heart of Osiris? Very worn/crude. Hole in the middle of the back. Faience, bluegreen.
1Amulet. Osiris as a canopic vessel? Detailed face and head. Faience, blue and yellow.
1Amulet. Ostrich feathers.
1Amulet. Oudjat eye.
1Amulet. Papyrus column. Suspension loop at the top.
1Amulet. Papyrus column with suspension loop at the top.
1Amulet. Papyrus on plaque.
1Amulet. Part of a pectoral. Almost rectangular piece, with decoration in relief. A sun boat with scarab and two goddesses.
1Amulet. Patek, head and shoulder. Two faces, like Janus. However, one side is much cruder than the other.
1Amulet. Patek, in the round. Standing on small, square base. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Patek, only the head remains. Detailed face. Suspension loop in the neck.
1Amulet. Patek, seated, holding a large phallus. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Patek, standing, double headed. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Patek, standing. Thick glaze, which makes the details undistinguishable. Threading hole through the neck.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, double faced. Crude. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, flanked by two unidentified figures. The human figure on his left hand side is possibly wearing the crown of Lower Egypt. On the right hand side is an animal-headed figure, seemingly wearing a sun disc and uraeus. Nefertem is guarding the back of the piece. On top of the head of Patek is a scarab. Glued onto modern wooden base. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, in the round, standing on rectangular base. The god is naked except for a collar. At the back is Nefertum. At the bottom of the rectangular base is a hieroglyphic inscription:. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, in the round. Crudely worked, the base uneven. Threading hole through the neck.
2Amulet. Patek/pataikos, in the round. Crudely worked. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, greenish grey.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, in the round. Double faced, naked, crouching. Bald, with a round, chubby face. Suspension loop on the back/stomach. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, rectangular with six holes, three each in two parallel, vertical lines. In between these holes are crude representations of eyes and a nose? Faience, green.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, standing on base, two headed like Janus. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, standing on crocodiles. There are snakes stretching from his shoulders to his mouth. The figure is two-headed like Janus, one very similar to Bes, with bent knees and hands resting on the belly. The head is crowned by a scarab. The figure standing back to back with the Bes figure is falcon headed.
1Amulet. Patek/pataikos, wearing the atef-crown. Threading hole through the neck. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Pendant, crocodile on top of hippopotamus. In profile, in relief.
1Amulet. Pendant, human head with headdress/wig. Suspension loop at the top of the head.
1Amulet. Pig, the upper part of the body damaged. The head is bent to wards the ground. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Plaque, incised lines on all sides forming vertical and diagonal patterns. Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Plaque, rectangular with a gazelle in raised relief. The animal is shown in profile, facing right. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Plaque with impression of Bes head wearing a feathered crown. On one side a faintly and crudely impressed Wd3t-eye.
1Amulet. Pressed, standing jackal headed human. Threading hole at the back. Anubis.
1Amulet. Pressed, standing jackal headed human. Threading hole through the back. Anubis.
1Amulet. Pressed, standing Thoeris, with suspension loop at the neck.
1Amulet. Pressed representation of a standing, lion headed Sechmet. She is wearing an uraeus. In her left hand is a papyrus sceptre, held in front of her body. Drilled hole at the back of the head. The piece is fitted into a modern metallic frame, with a winged sun disc at the top.
1Amulet. Ptah, crude. Threading hole through the waist. Faience, almost white.
1Amulet. Pylon-shaped pectoral with an incorporated heart scarab at the front. At the top of the piece are eight suspension holes, four at each of the two topmost corners.
1Amulet. Ram, in profile. Threading hole at the top of the back. Faience, pale turquoise.
1Amulet. Ram, recumbent. Face and horns detailed. Suspension loop on the animal’s back. Lying on rectangular base. Faience, pale turquoise.
1Amulet. Rectangular pendant, incised pig. Suspension loop at the top. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Sb3, carpenter’s set square. Two rods of unequal length meeting at an angle.
1Amulet. Schu, kneeling, originally with both arms raised. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Schu, kneeling on his right knee, arms raised like Ka, with a sun disc in between the arms. The sun is directly on top of his head and the space in between the head and the arms is in-filled. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Schu, kneeling on his right knee, arms raised like Ka, with a sun disc in between the arms. The sun is directly on top of his head and the space in between the head and the arms is in-filled. Threading hole through the back pillar. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Schu, kneeling on his right knee, arms raised like Ka, with a sun disc in between the arms. The sun is directly on top of his head and the space in between the head and the arms is in-filled. Threading hole through the back pillar. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Schu, seated in frontal position, resting on the right hand knee. Arms raised beside the head. Supported by a back pillar. Threading hole at the neck. Glued onto a modern wooden base. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Scorpion, rather crude. Wide head, the tail raised. Threading hole drilled through the head.
1Amulet. Scorpion, with a wide end and the tail raised. The claws and sides have incised lines. Threading hole through the head.
1Amulet. Seated Bes, placed on base. Detailed face and body.
1Amulet. Seated cat. Suspension hole through the head.
1Amulet. Seated cat. Suspension loop at the neck.
1Amulet. Seated cat on a small base, the tail curled along one edge of the base. Suspension loop at the neck.
1Amulet. Seated god or goddess. Sitting on a throne, holding a sceptre. Wearing a sun disc on the head. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Seated Isis breast feeding Horus-the-Child. The goddess is seated on a throne and is wearing horns and a disc on her head. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Seated Isis with Horus on her lap. Isis’ crown missing. Suspension hole through the neck.
1Amulet. Seated monkey, the arms resting on its lap. Crude.
1Amulet. Sechmet, body as a human, standing, frontal position. Standing on a rectangular base. Suspension loop at the top of the head. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Sechmet, seated on an openwork throne with Nehebkau on the sides. The goddess is holding an unidentified object in her hands. Suspension loop at the back of the head. Glued onto modern wooden base.
1Amulet. Sechmet, seated on an openwork throne with Nehebkau on the sides. The goddess is holding a shrine shaped sistrum with both hands. Suspension loop at the back of the head. Glued onto modern wooden base.
1Amulet. Sechmet, seated on an openwork throne with Nehebkhau on the sides. The goddess is holding a shrine shaped sistrum with both hands. Traces of wood and glue on the rectangular base.
1Amulet. Sechmet, seated on a throne. Hands resting on her lap. Body as a human, head as a lion. Wearing a sun disc and uraeus on her head. Crude hieroglyphs at the back. Glued onto modern wooden base. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Sechmet, seated on a throne. Her hands are resting in her lap. She is wearing the Double Crown. Faience, pale green, almost white.
1Amulet. Sechmet, standing, frontal position. Standing on a rectangular base, arms along the side of the body. Wearing a collar and a uraeus. Suspension loop at the top of the head. Glued onto a wooden base. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Sechmet, standing, frontal position. Standing on a rectangular base, holding a papyrus sceptre. Suspension loop at the top of the head. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Sechmet-Mut, only the upper body remaining. head as a lion. Suspension loop on the back of the head. Glued onto wooden base.
1Amulet. Sechmet-Mut, standing. Lion headed, wearing a sun disc and a uraeus. In her left hand is a w3d-sceptre, held in front of her body. Crudely worked. Threading hole drilled through the neck.
1Amulet. Sn-sign.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Duamutef, face as a jackal. In profile, left facing. Face and upper body have details in relief. Two threading holes, one through the head, one through the feet. Faience, black and green.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Duamutef, head as a jackal. Threading hole through the neck. Shape as a mummy, the body has yellow dots and lines in slightly raised relief. Faience, green and yellow.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Duamutef, on rectangular plaque, in profile, facing right. Threading holes in each corner of the plaque.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapi, on rectangular plaque, in profile facing left. Threading holes in each corner of the plaque.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapi. Mummy shaped representation with base and supported by back pillar. Face as a monkey.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapi. Standing, supported by a back pillar. Holding a sceptre. Threading holes through the neck and ankles.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapy, face as a monkey. In profile, left facing. The upper body has incised details. Two threading holes, one through the head, one through the feet. Faience, turquoise, traces of red paint.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapy, head as a monkey. In profile, left facing. Well worked, rounded recto, the verso flat.
2Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapy, head as a monkey. In profile, right facing. The recto has an imprinted pattern, almost like fabric. Two threading holes, one in the head, one through the feet. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Hapy, head as a monkey. In profile, right facing. Two threading holes, one in the head, one through the feet. The face and feet are black. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Imset, face as a human. In profile, right facing. Very faint remains of red paint on the recto. Two threading holes, one at the back of the head, one through the feet. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Imset? or uschebti. Standing, mummy shaped being with a human face. The hands are resting firmly on the chest, a gesture typical for uschebtis, not for Imset. Suspension hole through the head.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Imset in profile, the legs are missing. Threading hole drilled through the top of the head.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Imset on a rectangular plaque. Threading holes by the head and ankles.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Imsety, face as a human. In profile, right facing. incised details in the face, also on the shoulder and feet. Wig, beard and waist in black. Two threading holes, one at the back of the head, one through the feet. Faience, turquoise.
2Amulet. Son of Horus, Imsety, head and shoulders. Facing right. Incised details. Three threading holes, one at the top of the head, two at the lower end of the shoulder.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Imsety. Mummy shaped representation standing on a base and supported by a back pillar. Human face.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, in profile, left facing. On one side details in relief. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, in profile. Two threading holes, one through the head, one at the ankle. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Son of Horus, Kebhsenuef. Mummy shaped representation with base and supported by back pillar. Face as a falcon.
1Amulet. Son of Horus. Hapy? Crudely worked face and body. Two threading holes, one through the head, one through the feet. Faience, turquoise.
1Amulet. Son of Horus. Incised details on the shoulder. Threading hole through the feet. Faience, black and green.
1Amulet. Sphinx, seated on a rectangular base. Suspension loop at the neck. Faience, blue.
1Amulet. Sphinx, seated on a rectangular base. Suspension loop at the neck. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Squatting Harpokrates, wearing a side lock and a triple atef crown. Frontal position with the arms resting along the sides of the body, the hands on the thighs. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Standing god, crudely worked. Head with a beak? Faience, almost grey.
1Amulet. Standing god, Thot? Supported by back pillar. Face with a beak. Stone, dark brown.
1Amulet. Standing god, wearing a tall crown, lotus and feathers, or the double crown? Crude. Possibly Nefertem or Atum. Suspension hole through the crown.
1Amulet. Standing goddess, Sechmet. In her left hand, resting against the chest, is a tall sceptre. Faience, dark green.
1Amulet. Standing goddess, wearing horns and disc. Supported by a back pillar. Threading hole through the back pillar. Crude.
1Amulet. Standing male figure (a goddess according to the catalogue), crudely made or very worn. Only one arms visible, bent, the hand resting on the hip. Threading hole through the head. Faience, no glaze remaining.
1Amulet. Standing man. frontal view. Beard in Hellenistic style. In his left hand is a branch of a palm tree. In the other hand is an undistinguishable object. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Standing Thoeris placed on rectangular base. Threading hole at the back of the head.
1Amulet. Star with five rays.
1Amulet. The crown of Lower Egypt. The red crown. Threading hole close to the top.
1Amulet. The Crown of Lower Egypt. Threading hole through the upper part.
1Amulet. The crown of Upper Egypt. The white crown. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Thoeris, fragmentary. Only the head and the upper body preserved. She is wearing a sun disc and horns. Threading hole at the back of the head.
2Amulet. Thoeris, standing, legs placed slightly in front of each other. Arms held along the sides of the body. Placed on a rectangular base. Supported by a decorated back pillar. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Thoeris, standing, supported by a back pillar. Suspension loop on the head. Glued onto wooden base.
1Amulet. Thoeris, standing. Detailed face, wig and breasts. The wig is very long and braided at the back. Suspension loop just below the shoulders. Glued onto modern wooden base..
1Amulet. Thoeris, standing on a base, supported by a back pillar. Crude. Threading hole drilled through the back.
1Amulet. Thoeris, standing on a base. Crudely worked. Fish bone pattern on the lower back and legs. Suspension loop at the back.
1Amulet. Thot, i.e. a baboon, seated. Suspension loop on top of the head.
1Amulet. Thot, seated baboon wearing a sun disc on his head. Threading loop behind the disc.
1Amulet. Thot, standing, supported by a back pillar. Threading hole at the back of the head. Faience, no glaze preserved.
1Amulet. Thot, standing on a base, supported by a back pillar. Head as an ibis. Threading hole through the back.
1Amulet. Thot, standing on a rectangular base. The left leg slightly in front of the right. Threading hole through the back. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet. Thot, standing on a rectangular base. Threading hole through the back of the shoulders.
1Amulet. Thot (?), standing man, ibis-headed, wearing a lunar disc(?). Suspension loop in the neck.
1Amulet. Three crocodiles on a plaque. Faience, green.
1Amulet. Three gods standing next to each other, they are difficult to identify due to the crudeness of the piece. The one on the far right is possibly Bes, Horus should be the one in the middle. The verso is flat, with a suspension loop.
1Amulet. Turtle, round shell with protruding head and neck. Threading hole through the neck.
1Amulet. Turtle? Crudely worked piece, irregularly shaped.
2Amulet. Twin Ba-birds, standing side by side, wearing sun discs on their heads. Standing on base. Incised lines on the back, as well as a suspension loop.
1Amulet. Twin Ba-birds, standing side by side, wearing sun discs on their heads. Standing on base. Suspension loop at the back. Crudely worked.
1Amulet. Two b3 birds with human faces are standing next to each other, wearing sun discs on their heads. Crude. Threading hole in the neck.
1Amulet. Two Ba-birds in the round, placed side by side on a square base. They are wearing sun discs. Suspension loop at the back of the heads.
1Amulet. Two fingers, joints and nails incised.
1Amulet. Two fore parts of lions joined together just behind the shoulders. Suspension loop in the middle.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye, flat polished sides. Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye, iris and eyebrow in black. The verso is flat. Threading hole.running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye, iris and eye brow in black. Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye, openwork. Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye? Cylinder with the wd3t-shape underneath. Head of Ibis?
1Amulet. Wd3t eye. Details in black. The verso flat. Threading hole.running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye. Incised, black details on the front, the verso flat. Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye. Suspension hole running lengthwise through the piece. Faience, black and turquoise.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye. Suspension loop above the eyebrow.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye. Suspension loop above the eyebrow. Faience, pale green.
2Amulet. Wd3t eye. Suspension loop by the brow.
1Amulet. Wd3t eyes, composite object, four eyes in relief. Irises and eyebrows black, the rest green. The verso flat. Threading hole runs through the piece lengthwise. Jagged edges.
1Amulet. Wd3t eye well worked details on both sides.
1Amulet. Wd3t-eye with incised details on one side. Cornelian.
1Amulet. “Tusk”-shaped, elongated with pointed tip. The upper end is rounded with a threading hole. Red jasper.
1Amulet in greenish-blue faience representing Wd3t-eye;pierced in the longitudinal axis.
1Amulet in greenish-blue faience representing “sacred pig”.
1Amulet in shape of oval, male head. Flat backside. Pointed beard. Nose and eyes marked in relief. Hair and beard marked by incisions. Pierced hole where ears would be. Black steatite.
1Amulet in shape of the Egyptian god Bes. Pierced transverse hole through headdress. Whitish faience with traces of greenish glaze.
1Amulet in the form of a djed pillar, threading hole at the back
1Amulet in the form of a falcon, suspension hole through the body.
1Amulet in the form of a head of a falcon, wearing a headdress and a sun disc. The verso is flat. Threading hole close to the lower edge.
1Amulet in the form of a head of a ram with drilled eyes. Threading hole at the back.
1Amulet in the shape of a cartouche. One side is shaped as a baboon in raised relief, the other has 2 incised gods.Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet in the shape of a falcon. Forgery?
1Amulet in the shape of a fly, detailed incised decoration on the upper side, the other side flat. Threading hole drilled through the head.
1Amulet in the shape of a frog. Incised hieroglyphs on the underside, the name Mn-chpr-re.Threading hole running lengthwise through the piece.
1Amulet in the shape of a Horus eye. Hole pierced lengthwise. White faience with traces of greenish glaze. Dark discolouration on upper edge and front side.
1Amulet in the shape of a Horus eye. Iris and outline of eye in darker colour. Hole pierced lengthwise. White faience.
1Amulet in the shape of a Horus eye. Iris in darker colour. Hole pierced lengthwise. White faience. Brownish patina.
1Amulet in the shape of a loop with bowknot.
1Amulet in the shape of a mummyfied jackalheaded god. Anubis.
1Amulet in the shape of a recumbent lion. Originally it might have carried the God Nefertum on the back but removed.
1Amulet in the shape of the Egyptian god Bes. White faience. Brown patina.
1Amulet in the shape of the Egyptian god Bes. White faience with traces of greenish glaze.
1Amulet in the shape of the Egyptian god Harpokrates. White faience. Brown patina.
1Amulet of white paste with remains of green glaze, representing the crippled child Pateke. The statuette has a square base and very short legs, prominent belly and back. The head has two faces, one looking backwards the other forwards. String-hole through neck.
1Amulet or part of jewellery. Bell shaped pendant. Faience, pale green.
1Amulet or part of jewellery. Double eye? Faience, pale green.
1Amulet representing an egyptian Wd3t-eye; string-hole through the longitudal axis. Blueish faience with black pupil.
2Amulet representing a sitting jackal. String-hole. Turquoise faience.
1Amulette of a standing Isis (Hathor)
1Amulet with anthropomorphic deity standing in contrapost, possibly Isis.
1Amulet with Harpocrates standing with his forefinger to his mouth (Horus child).
1A muller with a conical body.
1A muller with a cylindrical profile.
1A muller with a piriform body.
2A mummified baby crocodile.
1A mummified baby crocodile. Three splints made of palmleaves and linen wrappings.
1A mummified baby crocodile. Two splints made of palm leaves and linen wrappings. The head is loose.
3A mummified baby crocodile. Unwrapped.
1A mummified baby crocodile. Without linen wrappings.
1A mummified baby crocodile without head.
1A mummified baby crocodile without linen wrappings.
2A mummified baby crocodile wrapped in linen.
4A mummified falcon wrapped in linen.
1A mummified falcon wrapped in linen. The head and beak not entirely wrapped.
1A mummified gazell with folded legs.
1A mummified ibis bird wrapped in linen.
1A mummified vulture wrapped in linen.
1A mummiform, inscribed ushebti. Broken at lower legs, part missing. Stylized, light blue glaze, Inscription in black ink. The text reads ‹zir Mwt //// or ‹zir PA /////.
1A mummiform, uninscribed ushebti in deep blue glaze, Stylized, although a faint hint of mr-hoes in hands, no basket. Foot chipped. Flatbacked.
1A mummiform uninscribed ushebti. Polychrome paint with blue, yellow, red and grey-white. Tripartite wig. No tools present. The figure has a basic colour of blue, covered with a red net pattern. Unusual decoartion. Forgery?
1A mummy coffin made for a man but without a name written on it. An anthropoid outer coffin, decorated in polychrome on a yellow background, varnished. The lid depicts the deceased with arms crossed at the breast and wearing a tripartite wig with a fillet around the temples; he has a curved beard that may have been added during modern restoration. A broad collar with raptor-headed terminals extends from the shoulders to the crossed arms, with a pectoral winged solar scarab directly above the wrists. The ‘sleeve’ of the right arm bears vignettes of a squatting figure of Maat, protected by a solar raptor and winged solar cobra and of a kneeling figure in front of a pair of offering stands. The left ‘sleeve’ has a reviving figure lying on a bed, protected by a winged wadjet-eye. Below the crossed arms is a solar scarab, protected by crowned cobras and flanked by images of the seated Osiris with a wadjet-eye and a winged goddess before him. Below this register is a kneeling winged figure of Nut, facing left and protected by a pair of winged cobras. She is flanked on Osiris-fetishes. Beneath Nut, a series of registers, flanked by columns of text, occupy the centre-line of the lid, reaching the foot, as follows: C.I Winged solar scarab in a shrine; C.II Four wadjet-eyes and four cobras; C.III Winged sun-disk; C.IV Winged solar scarab in a shrine; C.V Pair of wadjet-eyes, flanking a sun-disk and above four cobras, arranged around a kherp-sceptre; C.VI Winged sun-disk; C.VII Solar scarab, flanked by kneeling solar human-headed figures, in a shrine. This central panel is flanked by a series of mirror-image registers, as follows: RL.I Deceased offering to a seated Osiris and a goddess, inside a djed-pillared shrine. RL.II Deceased offering to a raptor and crowned cobra, inside a djed-pillared shrine. RL.III Deceased offering to a [damaged] black kneeling figure, inside a djed-pillared shrine. RL.IV Jackal of a podium, facing a winged solar cobra. These registers are divided from each other, in whole or part, by lateral bands of text. The lid is edged from shoulder to foot, and around the foot, by texts, in red and unfinished around the foot. The foot-end itself is adorned with a large Tit-sign, flanked adoring west-signs. The lid was fixed to the trough by three tongues on each side of the fitting into corresponding slots in the trough. The upper margin of the latter bears a band of alternating cobras and maat-feathers. The head-end bears a large Tit-sign, flanked by pairs of text-columns, the sides of the head by the blue and yellow striping of the wig. The foot-end is blank. Beyond this, the right side of the trough is divided into five panels, the latter five in the form of shrines, with two columns of text between each. From the head they contain: R.I Deceased offering to seated Osiris and standing Isis. R.II Imseti (human-headed). R.III Hapy (ape-headed). R.IV Duamutef (dog-headed). R.V Qebehsenuef (raptor-headed). The left side is divided into six panels: L.I Deceased offering to seated Osiris and standing Nephthys. L.II Deceased holding lamp. L.III Imseti (human-headed). L.IV Hapy (ape-headed). L.V Duamutef (dog-headed). L.VI Qebehsenuef (raptor-headed). The floor of the trough is painted red and is adorned with a quasi-anthropoid djed-pillar, with a stole, arms and sceptres, its lower part flanked by west-signs. The walls of the interior are plain, and painted yellow.
1A mummy mask for a woman.
1An alabaster artefact, resembling a modern ¨tombstone¨, no parallels are available.
1An alabastra, conical base, angular shoulder, vertical rim and two small ledge handles.
1An alabastra, slender ovoid body, round base, short neck, a wide ledge rim. It has a thin ledge on the upper body.
1An alabastra shaped flask with a flat base, straight profile which tapers at the apex and a short neck. It has two nubbles on either side of the upper body.
1An alabastra shaped flask with a slender bulbous profile, pointed base, short neck and a rounded rim.
1An alabastra shaped flask with a slender ovoid profile, long neck, a ledge rim and a narrow semi flat base.
1An alabastra spindle shaped body, short neck and a ledge rim. Rough, crusty surface.
1An alabastron, narrow flat base, straight flaring profile, rounded converging upper termination and a angled rim.
1An alabastron, round bottom, tapering upper termination, short, tapering neck, square rim and two ¨nubbles¨on either side of the body.
1An alabastron, rounded base, cylindrical body, tapering upper termination, direct rim and two nubbles on either side of the upper body.
1An alabastron, semi round base, cylindrical body and an outturned rim.
1An alabastron, semi round base, straight profile which tapers up to the short neck, it has a rounded ledge rim and ¨nubbles¨ on either side of the upper body. Rough outside with precipitation.
1An alabastron, semi rounded base, straight sides with a tapering upper termination, drilled hole from the top down and two ¨nubbles¨on either sides of the upper body.
1An alabastron, semi rounded base, tapering upper termination, short neck and a angular rim. There are two ¨nubbles¨on either side of the upper body.
2An alabastron, slender body with ring on long neck.
1An alabastron, slender cylindrical body with ring on long neck.
1An alabastron.
1An alabastron. It has a hole drilled through. It has two nubbles on either side of the neck.
1An alabastron on three low, modelled feet, slender, cylindrical body tapering upper termination, short neck and a modelled rim. A narrow hole for emitting fluids, (now filled in with debris). Crust on the body. Red surface.
1An alabastron with a slender body, tapering upper termination, flat base and no rim. It has two nubbles on the either side of the upper body.
1An almost square slate palette. One face is without decoration, the other is framed by triple parallel incised lines.
1An almost square slate palette. One face is without decoration, the other is framed by two parallel incised lines.
1An almost triangular shaped pendant in green glass, translucent. Suspension hole drilled horizontally through. A stylized mandrake fruit ?
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1An amphora, grooved wall and a white wash over a red coating.
1An amphora with a short neck, modelled rim, neck to shoulder handles, wavy walled and a converging profile. The lower body features an angular transition which is terminated by a hollow foot. Red coated, smoothed. Additionally, the vessel has two bands of decoration. One below the handles and one by the lower body, just adjacent to the angular transition. It comprises of one black stripe, a light brown band and another black stripe.
1An amulet, moulded, with a flat back. The design on the obverse is too blurry to determine definitely what it depicts. It could be two opposing wedjat eyes, a butterfly or the face of Bes. Pierced ‘vertically’, with part of the original thread remaining. Dark blue glaze.
1An amulet comprising two fingers to be placed over the abdominal incision on a mummy. A wide central groove on both sides. Horizontally incised lines to denote the knuckles on both fingers.
1An amulet in bone showing either a highly stylized ankh cross or an antropomorphic figure. On obverse there are several linear incisons, while the reverse is smooth. On top a suspension loop. Enigmatic.
1An amulet in the almond shape of a human eye. On obverse the details are moulded, such as the pupil. The edge and pupil are black, the rest of the piece is in deep green-blue glaze. On reverse the surface is slightly convex. Suspension loop located at the bottom of the object, the top one is missing.
1An amulet in the shape of a cartouch, which is surmounted by double Maat feathers. Few details. On obverse a ‘dorsal column’. No indications of a suspension loop, suggesting the funerary use of the amulet.
1An amulet in the shape of a fish. Highly stylized. At hole at bottom of the abdomen of the fish, not drilled through. Broken at tail. Similar to the fish on standard symbolizing the 16Th nome of Lower Egypt, HAt-mHyt.
1An amulet in the shape of a fish. Stylized. A suspension hole drilled lenghtwise.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted in front, flatbacked. Stylized. Suspension hole through neck. Light blue glaze.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted in front with a dorsal column at back. Standing on a chipped integral base. Head chipped, the suspension hole originally located here. Pale green glaze.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted in front with a dorsal column at back. Standing on a chipped integral base. Suspension hole through the head. Originally green glaze, now discoloured.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted on all sides, standing on an integral base, wearing the crown. Originally light blue glaze, now almost completely discoloured. Suspension loop at head, chipped off.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted on all sides, standing on an integral base. Stylized. Suspension loop through the neck. Green glaze.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted on all sides. Standing on a chipped integral base. Head chipped, the suspension hole could have been located here, although there are no traces of this. ‘Lion mane’ and tail present. Green glaze.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted on all sides in somewhat stylized manner, standing on a pseudo integral base.Suspension loop through head. Red breccia.
1An amulet of a Bes, sculpted to show him on both sides, standing on an integral base. Suspension hole through the crown (plumes). Green glaze.
1An amulet of a cat, sculpted on all sides. Ears and bottom part broken. Space between legs and belly open. Suspension loop behind the neck. Facial details. Light blue glaze.
1An amulet of a cat, sculpted on all sides. Front legs broken as well as the ears. Standing on an integral base. Suspension loop located at the back. Originally a green glaze, now almost completely discoloured.
1An amulet of a cat, sculpted on all sides. Left ear broken and chippings at back. Standing on an integral base. Space between legs and belly open. No remaining suspension loop, it was probably located at the back originally. Nice facial details. Green glaze.
1An amulet of a crudely modelled head of an ox.
1An amulet of a frog, sculpted in a semi stylized manner. Shown squatted on an integral base. No suspension loop present, which could indicate a funerary purpose of the amulet. If of a funerary character it should be identified as Heqet or wHm anx.
1An amulet of a frog, sculpted in a semi stylized manner. Shown squatted on an integral base. The back of the frog has a single vertical incision, almost like a place for a thread, no suspension loop present, which could indicate a funerary purpose of the amulet. Horizontal notches along this incision. If of a funerary character it should be identified as Heqet or wHm anx.
1An amulet of a kneeling Shu shown in profile, with integral base and dorsal column. Front surface flat. A suspension hole through the dorsal column, at the level of his scalp. Light blue glaze.
1An amulet of a Patek, sculpted on all sides, broken at upper legs. Head once broken apart, glued together again. Pale blue glaze. Suspension loop at neck.
1An amulet of a Patek, sculpted on all sides, broken at upper legs. Stylized. Blue glaze. Suspension hole through head.
1An amulet of a Patek, sculpted on all sides, standing on an integral base. Highly stylized. Pale blue glaze. Suspension hole through neck.
2An amulet of a Patek, sculpted on all sides, standing on an integral base. Light blue glaze. Suspension loop at neck.
1An amulet of a Patek, sculpted on all sides, standing on an integral base. Stylized. Light blue glaze. Suspension hole through neck.
1An amulet of a Patek, sculpted on all sides. Standing on a chipped integral base. Stylized. Suspension hole through neck. Light blue glaze.
1An amulet of a Patek, shown en face with flat back. Fired in an open mould? Green glaze, now discoloured. Suspension hole through the neck. Stylized.
1An amulet of a Patek, shown standing on an integral base, sculpted on all sides. Clear details, including the back part of the body. Light blue glaze. Suspension hole through the neck.
1An amulet of a Patek, shown standing on an integral base, sculpted on all sides. Semi stylized with some details. Space between the legs in openwork. Light blue-green glaze, most of it worn out. Suspension loop through the neck.
1An amulet of a Patek, shown standing on an integral base. Blurry details. The back part is almost flat, with some shallow deepenings. Light blue-green glaze, most of it worn out. Suspension hole through the neck.
1An amulet of a Patek (?) / Bes (?), sculpted on both sides. Highly stylized, showing a doublesided Patek/Bes, standing on an integral base. Pale blue glaze. Suspension hole through neck.
1An amulet of a ram or a bull with its legs tied together. Red brown stone. It may be an offering in a foundation deposit.
1An amulet of a recumbent lion on an integral base. Hindpart chipped off. Suspension loop located at its back. Stylized, but still nice. Light blue glaze.
1An amulet of a seated cat (Bastet) on an integral base. Space between front legs and body is in openwork. Stylized but still clear face. Integral suspension loop, located at the level of its neck. Light blue, even glaze.
1An amulet of a seated cat (Bastet) on an integral base. Stylized but still clear details. Integral suspension loop, located at the level of its neck. White glaze.
1An amulet of a seated Isis on her throne with Horus-the child in her lap. Face chipped away. The suspension loop would originally have gone through the head. Bright blue glaze.
1An amulet of a seated Sekhmet, shown in profile. She holds a staff in front of her with lotus shaped top. The glaze is dark blue. The added suspension loop is in light blue glaze. Flatbacked.
1An amulet of a standing Toeris on an integral base, with dorsal column. Stylized. Suspension loop through her head. Blue-green glaze.
1An amulet of a striding Nefeterum on an integral base, with a crude dorsal column. The piece is stylized, although the crown is very distinct. Suspension hole through his crown. Light blue, even glaze.
1An amulet of a turtle in green-blue glaze. Left back leg missing. Pierced at tail.
1An amulet of Bes, sculpted in front and a dorsal column at back. Standing on an integral base, shown sqautted. Suspension loop through the crown (plumes). Pale blue glaze, partially worn.
1An amulet of Bes, sculpted in front and a dorsal column at back. Standing on an integral base. Suspension loop through the crown (plumes). Deep blue glaze.
1An amulet of Bes, sculpted on all sides, standing on an integral base. Arms, legs and tail in openwork. Suspension loop through the crown (plumes). Bright blue glaze, partially worn.
1An amulet or knife? Simialr to a modern letter opener A slightly curved ‘blade’. At the ‘handle’ a suspension hole. A cartouch with pseudo hieroglyphs. Forgery?
1An amulet showing a striding, naked Horus-the-child (Harpokrates), with his right hand to his mouth. His head is bald and faint traces of a side lock of youth is discernable. Dorsal column. Amulet broken at his knees, piece missing. Suspension hole through dorsal column, at the level of his shoulders. Bright blue glaze.
1An amulet showing Toeris standing in profile. The glaze is brigth blue in colour. Suspension loop missing. Flatbacked. ‘Amarna type’ of pendant.
1An amulet with a conical body. Brown and black stone. On one side is a round depression and by the apex there is an incised horizontal line. A fish head?
2An amulet with double feathers, consisting of ostrich plumes. A central groove. On reverse a knob, which simulates the suspension loop, not drilled through. This indicates the funerary use of the amulet.
1An animal molar, upper jaw. From cow.
1An animal tooth. Molar. Cow.
1An annular bone ring, probably used to strengthen a join, for example, the cross beam of a chair leg. According to the catalogue "rim from a vessel".
1An annular disc shaped stone bead. Crude.
1An Apis bull with sun´s disc on its head.
1An apple green ushebti with inscribed dorsal column, standing on an integral base. Some miscoloured spots, especially at the base, otherwise a nice usbebti. The name reads: (‹zir) aSA-ixwt (Ranke PN I, 71:12), born of †A-di(t)-HAt-mHit (Ranke PN I, 364:3, with corrections in II, p. 397).
1An arm from a statuette.The hand holds a lotus flower on which Harpokrates sits, holding his right hand to the mouth and in his left hand holds a pot. The arm was originally part of a composite figure. Isis with Horus.
1An arm with the hand supposed to be holding an object, an oar? Red paint.
1An arrow head, one jagged edge.
1An arrow head, slender flake, one end cut off, worked edges, tapering to a blunt tip.
1An arrow head, slender flake, worked edges, black surface.
1An arrow head, slightly jagged edges, one side squarely cut off, another pointed. Crudely worked, brown flint.
1An arrow head, triangular shaped, one edge slightly jagged.
1An arrow head, worked edges, blunt point.
1An arrow head, worked edges, blunt tip.
1An arrow head, worked edges, one end cut off, the other tapering to a blunt point. Brown.
1An arrow head?
1An arrow head?, one crudely jagged edge. Brown.
1An arrow head? Crudely worked, one side squarely cut off, the opposite end is blunt. The edges are incomplete and the piece is rather thick. Different shades of brown, flint.
1An arrow head? Crudely worked, tapering to a blunt point. Brown flint.
1An arrow head? Squarely cut off at one end, tapering to a tip at the other. Crudely worked. Dark brown flint.
1An arrow head? Triangular shaped, cut off at one end, worked sides, tapering to a blunt tip. Brown.
3An arrow head.
1An arrow-head. Barbed blade and a long tang.
1An arrow-head. Flat blade and a broken off tang.
1An arrow-head. Flat blade and a tang.
1An arrow-head. Ribbed blade and tang.
1An arrowhead with a barbed blade and a tang.
1An arrow head with a flat blade and a medium long tang for attaching the blade to a shaft.
1An arrow-head with a flat blade and a ring on the tang.
2An arrow head with a flat blade and a short tang for attaching the blade to a shaft.
2An arrow head with a flat blade and a tang.
1An arrow head with a ribbed blade and a medium long tang for attaching the blade to a shaft.
1An arrow head with a ribbed blade and a short tang.
1An arrow head with a ribbed blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft.
1An arrow head with a ribbed blade and a socket for attaching the arrow to the shaft. The tip is missing as is part of the blade.
1An arrow head with a ribbed blade and a tang.
1An arrowhead with a ribbed blade with a circular socket.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade, one spur and a socket for attaching it to the shaft.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade, reinforced tip and a socket for attaching it to the shaft.
1An arrowhead with a triangular blade.
5An arrowhead with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft.
11An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft. One blade is damaged.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft. Reinforced tip.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft. The blade is damaged.
2An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft. There is a hole inbetween two blades.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft. There is one hole inbetween two of the blades.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching it to the shaft. Two of the blades and the socket are damaged.
1An arrow head with a triangular blade and a socket for attaching the arrow to the shaft. The tip is missing.
1An arrowhead with flat blade and a tang. The blade is broken in two.
1An arrow head with jagged edges. One end squarely cut off while one end is slightly pointed. Different shades of brown flint.
1A narrow necked carinated vessel, with a ledge rim and a flat base. Red coated, polished.
1A narrow necked carinated vessel with a modelled rim and ring base. Dark red coated, with an exterior decoration in black or maroon. It features eight short, vertical lines on the rim. Furthermore the neck and the shoulder, has three circumscribing lines.
1An artist´s sketch of a fox (?) in relief.
1An Attar was – and still is – a sort of pharmacist in folk medicine. Knowledge about traditional medicines and the healing powers of amulets has survived the pharaonic era and the Middle Ages to the present day. As in Pharaonic Egypt, a combination of medicine and magic was used in the Middle Ages to cure various ailments. Great emphasis was still put on the inherent powers of the written word. Powders and pills were washed down together with holy water and written spells. Some of these old traditions have died out over time or have been rejected in the light of new medical research. However, much of this ancient wisdom lives on, both in the alleyways of Cairo and on the Egyptian countryside. The content of this attar shop was collected by Carl Axel Silow in 1978 and originates from a village north of Cairo.
1An awl, broken at end and tip. ‘Made of tubular bone’.
1An axe, square shaped, rounded edge.
1An axe/hammer? head with tetragonal shape. The central part of the axe head is perforated by a circular hole, drilled from two directions and therefore not entirely straight, The hole is 1.6 cm in diameter. One side (the upper side) is inscribed.
1An axe-head, crescentic blade with three rear projections or tangs forming two scallops in the blade. All tangs have two binding hole each.
1An axe-head, crescentic blade with three rear projections or tangs forming two scallops in the blade. Flanges are present around the blade´s inner edge. All tangs have one binding hole each.
1An axe-head, crescentic blade with three rear projections or tangs forming two scallops in the blade. Flanges are present around the blade´s inner edge. All tangs have two binding holes each. According to Martin, in four of the binding holes there were remains of bronze rivets, utilised for fixing the axe head to the haft. These rivets do no longer exist.
1An axe-head, long-lugged form, blunt splayed cutting-edge. One hole drilled in its side for metal analysis.
1An axe-head, lugged, perforated form, (three binding holes) and a rounded cutting-edge.
1An axe-head, lugged, round form.
1An axe-head, lugged, round form with three binding-holes.
1An axe-head, lugged, segment-shaped blade and five binding holes.
1An axe-head, lugged form, incurved sides and a blunt splayed cutting-edge.
2An axe-head, lugged form, incurved sides and a sharp splayed cutting-edge.
1An axe-head, lugged form with a rounded cutting-edge. One side has an incised marking.
1An axe-head, lugged form with incurved sides and a splayed cutting edge.
1An axe-head, lugged form with slightly incurved sides and a splayed cutting edge. There is a hole drilled for metal analysis.
1An axe-head, narrow waist and a rounded cutting-edge.
1An axe-head, rectangular shape with a semi circular cutting edge.
1An axe-head with a splayed cutting-edge, convex butt, slightly hooked lugs with flanges. There is a hole drilled for metal analysis.
1An axe-head with a wide convex cutting edge, classed by Petrie as ´edged fighting batons´. It has three binding holes and traces of its attachment to the haft.
1An axe shaped palette, related to the Nubian type.
1An axe with a triangular profile.
1An canine wax figure, representing Anubis or perhaps Wep-Wawet; could also simply be a dog. Shown standing. Left ear chipped. Mounted on a modern plexi base.
1Ancient?
1Ancient Cyprus today: Museum Collections and new research approaches to the archaeology of Cyprus
1Ancient Egyptian wood workers, Ipuky and Nebamuns grav, TT181 (Wikimedia Commons).
1Anders Bettum, Oslo.
1Anders Ljungkvist.
1Andreas Lundell.
1Andrzej Niwinski, Warzawa.
1A necked, bag-shaped vessel with a round base, ledge rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface and an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple spiral motifs all over the body. Additionally there are horizontal wavy lines above, on top of and below the handles. Finally, there is a lattice pattern on top of the rim.
1A necked, broad jar with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two horizontal wavy ledge handles. Red brown surface, smoothed. Red ¨splash¨, decoration from the shoulder down to the base, thus imitating a stone vessel.The neck and rim are void of any decoration.
1A necked, squat jar with a modelled rim and two tubular string hole handles. Deep red, smoothed surface. Stone imitation.
1A necked, squat vessel with a ledge rim, round base and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple spiral motifs on the body and on the handles. Additionally, there are four horizontal wavy lines in between the rim and the handles. Finally, there is a lattice pattern on top of the rim.
1A necked, squat vessel with a modelled rim, round base and two tubular string hole handles. Drab surface, worn, with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple spiral motifs together with randomly placed vertical and horizontal wavy lines on the body. In between the rim and the handles are horizontal wavy lines which continue on top of the handles. There are traces of paint on top of the rim. Spiral design
1A necked, storage jar with a bulbous body, modelled rim and rounded base. Buff, pinkish surface, smoothed. Two incised figures on the upper body.
2A necked adze.
1A necked adze. One side of the cutting-edge has been sharpened.
1A necked beaker, jar with bulbous body, modelled rim and tapering to a pointed base. Vertically polished. The interior rim is worn but was originally polished as well.
1A necked beaker with a modelled rim and a straight body which tapers to a flat base. The vessel has a continous band of scallops around the upper body. Drab surface with an exterior net decoration in maroon.
1A necked bottle with a slender a bi-conical body, a modelled rim and tapering to a flat base. Polished in a spiral fashion.
1A necked carinated vessel with a modelled rim and ring base. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in black or maroon. It features seven short, vertical lines on the rim. The neck features two circumscribing lines. Furthermore the shoulder has two groups of three circumscribing lines. Inside the vessel there is brown black, solidified substance, mixed together with flint fragments.
1A necked jar, modelled rim, ovoid body and rounded base. Red coated, smoothed.
1A necked jar, with a bulging body, tapering to a narrow flat base, modelled rim and two tubular string hole handles. The vessel’s mouth is on an angle. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features two boats. One has eighteen oars, the other has twenty. Both have two cabins and a branch at the bow and a standard. The ships have two parallel, horizontal wavy lines below the oars and two parallel, vertical wavy lines, separate the two vessel. There are two S-signs above one boat.The base has a spiral which ¨winds¨ its way up and around the lower body. The handles have a lattice-patterned decoration. Finally, there are traces of decoration on top of the rim.
1A necked jar?, with an ovoid body, tapering to a narrow flat base, modelled rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features large spiral motifs all over the body, accompanied by horizontal wavy lines above, below and on top of the handles. Additionally, there are two randomly placed diagonal wavy lines on the body. Spiral design.
1A necked jar?, with an ovoid body and flat base. Rough buff surface, poorly fired and chaff tempered.
1A necked jar with a broad upper body, tapering to a flat base, a modelled rim and two wavy handles. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features four motifs. One horned animal, one flamingo, one hull of a ship? and a man with arms raised and probably feathers in his hair. Figural design.
1A necked jar with a bulging body, broad shoulder, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base, smoothed. Pinkish surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The body features five individual bands of vertical, multi linear wavy lines of varying length.
1A necked jar with a conical body, tapering to a narrow flat base, roll rim and broad mouth. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A necked jar with a flaring, modelled rim and bulbous body. Red surface, rough.
1A necked jar with a flat base, flaring profile, angular shoulder and a serrated mouth. On the body there is an inscription. It gives Tuthmosis III´s name flanked by two feathers.
1A necked jar with a globular body, modelled rim and a round base. It has no handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features, from the shoulder down to the lower body, five bands of four vertical wavy lines. Three groups are continous and two groups are intermittent.
1A necked jar with a globular body, round base and a modelled rim. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features groups of triple horizontal wavy lines on the upper body and shoulder.
1A necked jar with a globular body.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, an ovoid body and a narrow flat base. Red coated, smoothed. Below the rim there are four, on opposite sides of each other, holes for suspension. Additionally, there incised decoration on the upper most part of the vessel. It features three parallel circumscribing bands below the holes. Below follows a single incised wavy line. Finally, below, there are two parallel, circumscribing lines.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, a piriform body and a flat base. Red, grey brown surface, smoothed.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, broad upper body which tapers to a flat base. Two wavy ledge handles with five to six scallops in each ledge. Drab surface.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, broad upper body which tapers to a flat base and two wavy ledge handles with four scallops in each ledge. Brown red surface, worn.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, carinated shoulder, broad upper body which tapers to a flat base and two wavy ledge handles. Red surface, smoothed.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, carinated shoulder,tapering body and a flat base. Red coated, rough.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim, piriform body and a rounded base. Pinkish coating with a black spot, smoothed. Adjacent to the rim are three parallel horizontal incised lines.
1A necked jar with a modelled rim broad shoulder, bulbous/conical body. The base of the neck is circumscribed by an incised line. Buff, white surface, scraped, smoothed.
1A necked jar with angular rim, globular body and a round base. Cream coated and well polished.
1A necked jar with an inverted piriform body, broad shoulder, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two triangular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. There are three bands of nine horizontal wavy lines on the shoulder and on top of one handle. Around the lower body are five bands of nine horizontal wavy lines. Wavy line design.
1A necked jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. A buff surface with an extensive crust of salt and an exterior decoration in maroon. It features four panels, from below the rim to base, filled in with horizontal wavy lines. On top of the rim are remnants of pairs of horizontal wavy lines.
1A necked jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim, tapering to a flat base and two tubular string-hole handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features multiple spiral motifs all over the body. Below the rim and on top of the handles are horizontal wavy lines. Below each handle is an additional horizontal wavy line. Two horizontal wavy lines, figure randomly on the body. On top of the rim are pairs of horizontal wavy lines.
1A necked jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow, flat base. Polished interior rim.
1A necked jar with an ovoid body, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. Vertically polished exterior and polished interior rim, (worn). There is a hole in the body.
2A necked jar with an ovoid body, tapering to a narrow flat base and a modelled rim. Polished vertically and a polished interior rim.
1A necked jar with an ovoid body, tapering to a narrow flat base and a modelled rim. Polished vertically and polished interior rim. Worn in places.
1A necked jar with a square rim and an ovoid body. Cracks in the rounded bottom.
1A necked jar with modelled rim, globular body and a round base. Cream, coated,rough.
1A necked jar with modelled rim, globular body and a round base. Cream, pink coated and well polished.
1A necked squat jar, modelled rim, round base and two tubular string hole-handles. Drab, buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features a lattice pattern on the rim and on top of the handles. The body is covered in spiral motifs and a few randomly placed diagonal wavy lines. Spiral design
1A necked squat vessel, with a round body, ledge rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features eight panels, (of which two include the handles), filled in with horizontal wavy lines. The base has a spiral motif which abuts the the panels. On top of the rim is a lattice pattern. Wavy line design.
1A necked squat vessel with a round base, ledge rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Wavy line design.
1A necked squat vessel with a round base, modelled rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior ¨scale¨ decoration in maroon, thus imitating a stone vessel.
1A necked squat vessel with a round base, modelled rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Iron red surface, with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features six panels, (two of which cover the handles), filled in with horizontal wavy lines. The base has a spiral which abuts the panels. The body is worn in places and parts of the upper body decoration has disappeared.
1A necked storage jar with a bulbous body, tapering to a narrow flat base, short neck and a roll rim. Black-topped with a red coated exterior, burnished.
1A necked-storage jar with an ovoid body, tapering to a narrow flat base and a modelled rim. Polished vertically.
1A necked vase, modelled rim and a piriform body. Cream surface, with an incised figure on the upper body.
1A necked vase with an ovoid body, slightly flaring, modelled rim and tapering to a flat base. Polished vertically, interior rim also polished. The rim is worn.
1A necked vessel, broad shoulder, a bi-conical body, modelled rim and tapering to a flat base. It has no handles. Four parallel horizontal wavy lines circumscribe the shoulder. Abutting the last horizontal line there are two, on opposite ends, groups of eight, respectively nine, semi circular wavy lines. In between each of these two groups are two ships. They are propelled by multiple oars, have a double branch at the prow, two cabins, one unidentified standard and one with horns. Additionally, adjacent to the cabin on one of the ships, there is a figurine with arms raised above her head. On the other ship there is a similar depiction, however this time, the figurine is accompanied by a figure.
1A necked vessel, ledge shoulder, globular body, modelled rim and a round rim. Buff, red half polished surface. There is an incised character on the body.
1A necked vessel, modelled rim, ovoid body and a pointed base. Red black surface rough.
1A necked vessel, vase with a modelled rim, carinated shoulder, conical body and a flat base. Red surface, half polished.
1A necked vessel, with a bulbous body which tapers to a narrow, flat base and a ledged rim. Polished and black-topped with a burnished red coated exterior.
1A necked vessel, with a modelled rim, a carinated profile and a flat base. Half red polished, worn slip. There are remains of organic material inside the vessel. Crust on the neck.
1A necked vessel with a broad, bulging upper body, tapering lower body, oval mouth, modelled rim and an uneven base. It has no handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features six circumscribing, horizontal wavy lines around the shoulder and upper body. Eight panels of horizontal wavy lines abut and radiate from the sixth and last horizontal line around the shoulder and terminate at the lower body. The panels comprise of three à sixteen lines and five à fourteen lines, respectively. Wavyline design.
1A necked vessel with a broad body, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. From the rim down towards the end of the lower body, it features several bands of multi linear, vertical, wavy lines. Some are continous, others are not.
1A necked vessel with a broad body and shoulder, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. It has no handles. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The shoulder and upper body feature rows of multiple crescent shaped figures.
1A necked vessel with a broad shoulder, modelled rim, a body which tapers to a narrow flat base and two ledge handles with two vertically drilled string holes on each handle. Buff, half polished surface.
1A necked vessel with a broad upper body and a slender lower body which tapers to a narrow flat base. It has a modelled rim, oval mouth and two wavy ledge handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. Below the rim and in between the handles figure six and nine horizontal wavy lines. One handle has three vertical wavy lines on top of it. Below the handles, on the lower body are five bands of six horizontal wavy lines. Three vertical wavy lines abut the last in a group of horizontal wavy lines.
1A necked vessel with a broad upper body and a slender lower body which tapers to a narrow flat base. It has a modelled rim and two wavy ledge handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. In between the shoulder and the handles are three bands of six horizontal wavy lines. The handles are void of any decoration. In between the handles and the base are three bands of fourteen ¨flying flamingos¨.
1A necked vessel with a bulging body, modelled rim and tapering to a flat base. It has no handles. Worn exterior. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. From the shoulder and extending down to the lower body, there are multiple vertical lines in groups of three. They alternate from being continous, intermittent and continous with an upset in the middle.
1A necked vessel with a bulging upper body, tapering to a narrow flat base, and a modelled rim. Brownish surface with an exterior decoration in maroon . Below the rim and around the upper body, are four bands of multiple lines, set slightly diagonally. Below on the middle body are six bands of four horizontal wavy lines. Wavy line design.
1A necked vessel with a globular?, squat? body, round base, modelled rim and two tubular string-hole handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features a ¨scale¨ pattern motifs all over the body, including the handles, thus imitating a stone vessel . The rim is too worn to disclose any decoration.
1A necked vessel with a globular? squat? body, modelled rim, round base and two tubular string hole handles. Light buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features spiral motifs all over the body. Below the rim and one handle are three Z-signs. The handles are decorated in horizontal wavy lines.
1A necked vessel with a globular body, modelled rim and a round base. It has no handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features six bands of four vertical wavy lines.
1A necked vessel with a globular body and a modelled rim. Pinkish, smoothed surface.
1A necked vessel with a modelled rim, broad shoulder, a body which tapers to a narrow flat base and two tubular string hole handles. Brown burnished surface with a row of short incised markings below the neck.
1A necked vessel with a modelled rim, globular body and round base. Brown, burnished surface with five alternating bands of incised horizontal and ¨cord¨ lines adjacent to the shoulder.
1A necked vessel with a modelled rim, oval body and a round base. White, cream surface with slightly diagonal needle incisions on neck and shoulder, which, in turn are delineated by a horizontal incised band.
1A necked vessel with a modelled rim, ovoid body and a flat base. Buff surface.
1A necked vessel with a modelled rim, sharp ledge shoulder, an ovoid body and a rounded base. Rough, originally red slip, now worn.
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, broad shoulder, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and two horizontal handles with two suspension holes drilled through each. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon and black. It features multiple vertical lines which run from the shoulder down as far as the lower body. Additionally, there are multiple black diagonal lines painted in between the vertical red lines.
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, broad shoulder, modelled rim and tapering to a narrow flat base. It has no handles. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. The shoulder and upper body feature five bands of fourteen horizontal wavy lines. Two parallel vertical wavy lines separate one band from the next
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, broad shoulder and tapering to a flat base. It has no handles. Iron red surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features groups of three thick vertical lines in two intermittent rows around the upper and lower body.
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, broad shoulder and tapering to a narrow flat base. It has no handles. There is a large red spot on one side. Buff surface with an exterior upper body decoration in maroon. It features, on the neck and the upper body, several, thick wedge or crescent shaped horizontal lines below one another.The lower body is void of any decoration. Wavy line design.
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, broad upper body and tapering to a narrow flat base. It has no handles. Drab surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features, from shoulder to base, six groups of three thick intermittent vertical lines.
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, round mouth and tapering to a narrow, flat base. It has no handles. Buff surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features, from shoulder to base, multiple, short, vertical, thick, tapering lines. Wavy line design.
1A necked vessel with an inverted piriform body, modelled rim, tapering to a narrow flat base and three, thin triangular handles. White, grey surface with an exterior decoration in maroon. It features six rows of horizontal wavy lines from the neck down to the handles. Below follows a register of carefully and vivaciously animated characters. There are four rams, five figurines, wearing long dresses and arms raised above their heads and additional four rams a