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2.01 Human-headed crocodile




Dark steatite with green spots.
Probably New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
L. 8.9 cm, H. 3.2 cm.

2.02 Models of a hoe and a seed basket




a. Faience, wood and rope, L. 5.8 cm.
Dynasty 18, c. 1400 – 1350 BC.
b. Faience, L. 3.9 cm.
Dynasty 18, c. 1400 – 1350 BC.

2.03 Shabti of Aa-Wepwawet




Wood with painted details.
New Kingdom, Early Dynasty 18,
c. 1550 – 1450 BC.
H. 25.5 cm, W. 7.5 cm, D. 7.4 cm.

2.04 Bust of a king




Granodiorite.
Of uncertain ancient date.
H. 20.2 cm, W. 14.6 cm, D. 8.5 cm.

2.05 Bust of a lady




Granodiorite.
Of uncertain ancient date.
H. 17.8 cm, W. 13.0 cm, D. 8.5 cm.

2.06 Fragment of a seated statue




Granodiorite.
Dynasty 18, reign of Thutmose IV,
c. 1401 – 1391 BC.
H. 19.6 cm, W. 13.6 cm, D. 10 cm.

2.07 Necklace with fly amulets




Garnet and gold.
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18,
c. 1550 – 1307 BC.
L. 42.2 cm, L. flies 1.1 cm.

2.08 Four strings of beads




a. Faience with double barrel beads.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
b. Faience beads with wedjat amulet.
Third Int. Period, c. 1070 – 712 BC.
c. Faience cylinder and barrel beads.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
d. Faience cylinder and barrel beads.
New Kingdom c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
L. 37 cm, 47 cm, 61 cm and 71 cm.
2.09a Bead necklace with pendants




Faience nefers and glass beads.
Dynasty 18, c. 1550 – 1307 BC.
L. 31 cm, pendants 10-11 mm.

2.09b Bead necklace with pendants




Faience cornflowers and beads.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
L. 33 cm, pendants 9-11 mm.

2.09c Bead necklace with pendants




Ivory seed-pods and carnelian beads.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
L. 49 cm, pendants 14-16 mm.

2.10 Pomegranate beads




Gold over a core.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
L. 1.4 – 1.6 cm.

2.11 Grasshopper bracelet




Red jasper and faience.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
L. 20 cm, grasshopper beads 12–15 mm.

2.12a Ornaments for the ears




Ribbed gold rings (2).
Dynasty 18, c. 1550 – 1307 BC.
D. 2.5 and 2.6 cm.

2.12b Ornaments for the ears




Red jasper pen annular rings (4).
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
D. 1.5 – 2.0 cm.

2.12c Ornaments for the ears




Multicoloured glass studs (5).
Middle of Dynasty 18, c. 1500 – 1400 BC.
L. 2.1 – 3.0 cm.

2.12d Ornaments for the ears




Gold leech-shaped earrings (2).
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
D. 1.3 cm.

2.12e Ornaments for the ears




Gold pen annular earrings (2).
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
D. 1.8 cm.

2.12f Ornament for the ears




Ivory or bone stud.
New Kingdom, Amarna Period, c. 1350 BC.
L. 2.3 cm.

2.12g Ornaments for the ears




Faience studs (2).
New Kingdom, Amarna Period, c. 1350 BC.
L. 2.4 and 2.5 cm.

2.12h Ornament for the ears




Carnelian stud.
Dynasty 18, c. 1550 – 1307 BC.
L. 1.6 cm.

2.12i Ornament for the ears




Travertine stud.
New Kingdom, Amarna Period, c. 1350 BC.
L. 2.3 cm.

2.13 A boss ear stud




Red jasper and travertine.
New Kingdom, Amarna period, c. 1350 BC.
Diam. 2.3 and 2.1 cm.

2.14a Swivelling scarab ring




Gold with lapis lazuli bezel.
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12,
c. 1991 – 1783 BC.
W. 2.5 cm.

2.14b Swivelling scarab ring




Gold with obsidian bezel.
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12,
c. 1991 – 1783 BC.
W. 2.2 cm.

2.14c Swivelling scarab rings




Gold with carnelian bezel.
Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12,
c. 1991 – 1783 BC.
W. 2.3 cm.

2.14d Swivelling scarab rings




Silver and gold with white steatite bezel.
New Kingdom, Dyn. 18, c. 1550 – 1307 BC.
W. 2.5 cm.

2.14e Swivelling scarab rings




Bronze with green glazed steatite bezel.
Dynasty 18 – 25, c. 1550 – 664 BC.

2.15 Double cartouche finger ring




Carnelian.
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of
Thutmose III, c. 1479 – 1425 BC.
W. 3.1 cm, D. 1.8 cm, inner diam. 1.9 cm.

2.16 Stirrup-shaped finger-ring




Silver alloy.
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of
Amenhotep II, c. 1427 – 1401 BC.
W. 2.7 cm. Bezel: L. 1.8 cm, W. 1.3 cm.

2.17 Floral elements




Faience.
New Kingdom, Amarna period, c. 1350 BC.
L. 2.0 cm, 2.5 cm and 1.7 cm.

2.18 Spacer bead with three frogs




Faience.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
Base: L. 2.9 cm, W. 1.3 cm.

2.19 Ring with a small cat




Faience.
Late New Kingdom – Third Intermediate
Period, c. 1350 – 900 BC.
H. 2.7 cm, W. 1.9 cm.

2.20 Faience rings with rounded hoop




a. Blue with floral motif. W. 2.4 cm.
b. Green with lotus motif. W. 2.5 cm.
c. Green with openwork wedjat. W. 2.3 cm.
d. Blue with openwork wedjat. W. 2.2 cm.
Late Dynasty 18, c. 1391 – 1307 BC.

2.21 Ring with openwork lotus bezel




Brilliant blue faience.
New Kingdom, Late Dynasty 18,
c. 1350 – 1307 BC.
W. 2.3 cm. Bezel: L. 2.1 cm, W. 1.2 cm.

2.22 Faience rings with edged hoop




a. Light blue with uraeus bezel. W.1.9 cm.
Late Period, Dynasty 26, c. 664 – 525 BC.
b. Green-blue, the oval bezel with the
name of Seti I. W. 2.1 cm.
c. Med. blue with wedjat bezel. W.2.1 cm.
New Kingdom, Dyn. 19, c. 1307 – 1196 BC.

2.23 Openwork cylinder ring




Faience.
Third Intermediate Period,
Dynasty 21 – 22, c. 1070 – 712 BC.
H. 2.2 cm, W. 2.2 cm. Thickness 1.1 mm.

2.24 Ring with aegis of Nephthys




Faience.
Third Intermediate Period,
Dynasty 22, c. 945 – 712 BC.
H. 3.5 cm, W. 1.6 cm, inner diam. 1.9 cm.

2.25 ‘Gold of Honour’ Necklace




Yellow glass.
New Kingdom, Dynasty 18 – 19,
c. 1550 – 1196 BC.
Total L. 81.5 cm, W. beads: 1.2–1.6 cm.

2.26 Palm-shaped column for eye paint




Multicoloured glass, rod-formed.
New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18 –
early Dynasty 19, c. 1350 – 1250 BC.
H. 10.9 cm, W. 3.9 cm.

2.27a Object from the boudoir




Pomegranate vessel, green stone.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 6.2 cm, W. 5.3 cm.

2.27b Object from the boudoir




Globular jar, brilliant blue faience.
Late New Kingdom – Third Intermediate Period, c. 1200 – 712 BC.
H. 4.8 cm, W. 5.4 cm.

2.27c Object from the boudoir




Quadruple vessel and stick, wood.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 7.0 cm, W. 4.7 cm, L. of stick 7.6 cm.

2.27d Object from the boudoir




Double kohl cylinder, green serpentinite.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 6.2 cm, W. 2.3 cm.

2.27e Object from the boudoir




Small jar with lotus decoration, travertine.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 3.9 cm, W. 4.3 cm.

2.27f Object from the boudoir




Decorated pomegranate vessel.
Blue-green faience.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 8.5 cm, W. 6.8 cm.

2.27g Object from the boudoir




Kohl pot with separate rim and lid.
Nummulitic limestone.
Middle Kingdom, c. 2040 – 1640 BC.
H. 5.2 cm, W. 5.2 cm.

2.28 Small head of Amun




Carnelian.
Late New Kingdom or later, after 1200 BC.
H. 1.9 cm.

2.29 Inverted piriform vessel




Travertine.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 9.6 cm. W. 6.9 cm. Aperture 2.3 cm.

2.30 Small ‘Tazza’ bowl




Travertine.
Dynasty 18,
reign of Amenhotep III – Akhenaten,
c. 1391 – 1335 BC.
H. 3.7 cm. W. 5.6 cm.

2.31 Scribal palette




Wood.
New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18 – early
Dynasty 19, c. 1330 – 1280 BC.
L. 35.6 cm, W. 5.8 cm, D. 9 mm.

2.32 Thoth as baboon




Green serpentinite.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.
H. 8.0 cm, W. 3.9 cm.

2.33 Mould for a faience bead of Ay




Fired alluvial clay.
Dynasty 18, reign of Ay, c. 1323 – 1319 BC.
L. 7.2 cm, W. 3.8 cm, D. 1.9 cm.

2.34 Heart amulets




a. Carnelian. L. 1.5 cm.
b. Brown jasper. L. 2.1 cm.
c. Haematite. L. .17 cm.
d. Sheet silver. L. 1.1 cm.
e. Glass, blue and white. L. 2.1 cm.
f. Sheet gold. L. 1.8 cm.
g. Bronze, solid cast. L. 4.6 cm.
New Kingdom, c. 1550 – 1070 BC.

2.35 Pectoral with heart scarab




Dark serpentinite.
New Kingdom, Dynasties 19 – 20,
c. 1307 – 1070 BC.
H. 5.7 cm, W. 5.0 cm, D. 1.9 cm.

2.36 Human-headed heart amulet




Hard dark stone, glass inlay
and traces of gold foil.
New Kingdom, Dynasty 19,
c. 1307 – 1196 BC.
H. 5.7 cm, W. 3.8 cm, D. 2.1 cm.

2.37 Fragment of a block statue




Granodiorite.
New Kingdom, reign of Amenhotep II,
c. 1427 – 1401 BC.
H. 25 cm, W. 26 cm, D. 19 cm.

2.38 A head of Princess Nebetah




Indurated limestone.
New Kingdom, reign of Amenhotep III,
c. 1391 – 1353 BC.
H. 28 cm, W. 22 cm, D. 23 cm.

2.39 A head of Amun




Granodiorite.
New Kingdom, reign of Seti I,
c. 1306 – 1290 BC.
H. 31 cm, W. 18 cm, D. 22 cm.

2.40 Fragment of a naophorous statue




Granodiorite.
Late Dynasty 18 or early Dynasty 19,
c. 1350 – 1250 BC.
H. 31 cm, W. 23 cm.
W. of back pillar 13 cm.

2.41 Naophorous statue of Amenemwia




Granodiorite.
Dynasty 19, c. 1307 – 1196 BC.
H. 29.1 cm, W. 13.1 cm, D. 16.5 cm.

2.42 Stela for Prahotep




Limestone.
New Kingdom, reign of Ramesses II,
c. 1279 – 1213 BC.
H. 56 cm, W. 39.5 cm, D. 13 cm.

2.43 Shabti of King Ramesses IX




Wood with remains of black pigment
and black varnish.
New Kingdom, Dyn. 20, c. 1131 – 1112 BC.
H. 30.9 cm, W. 10.2 cm, D. 6.5 cm.
2.44 Shabtis from the 21st dynasty




a. Tanetipet. H. 7.9 cm.
b. Amenemope. H. 10.5 cm.
c. Hor. H. 12.3 cm.
d. Pakharu. H. 8.4 cm.
Faience.
2.45 Fragment of a block statue




Granodiorite.
Dynasty 22, reign of Osorkon II,
c. 924–909 BC.
H. 28 cm, W. 24 cm.

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