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  • Tags: Volume 15 1907-1908

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Composed of two principal parts. The upper part is in two pieces, each formed of a disc, with a tube fixed to the centre of the under side. The two tubes are striated and fit into each other, maintaining an interval of 31 millimetres between the two…

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The ring which passed through the ear is hollow, and measures 0 m .014 in diameter.
It is a torus, of the extreme breadth of 0 m 048, penannular with an opening 5 millimetres in length to admit the lobe of the ear. The periphery is ornamented with…

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Penannular, of torus form and elliptical section, the axes being 16 and 10 millimetres. The extreme
diameter is 0 m .025, and the space left for the ear is only 6 millimetres. At the side opposite the opening, a rectangle, 0 m .022 by 0 m '.011…

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The hollow rings, 0 m .021 in diameter,
are composed of a torus of triangular section with rounded corners, one of the bases—the largest—forming the outer surface. The central
cavity is only 7 millimetres in diameter.
Plate—Ornaments of Queen…

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The mummy must have been provided with a necklace, of which only certain parts remain.

(a) Two bars for fastening, lengths 0 m .059. Each is formed of a gold plaque, of elliptical curve—the axes of which are 8 and 3 millimetres— incompletely…

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Amulet 9 m .03 in height, in form of the heart-shaped vase, composed of two pieces of white gold foil stamped out and joined at the edges, with a ring at the top.
Plate - Plaques and Ornaments

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Two small shells, or cupels, height 9m .022, breadth 9m .017, concave, without ornamentation, with a ring at top and bottom.
Plate - Plaques and Ornaments

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Five figurines of the hippopotamus goddess, which have served as parts of a collar or bracelet. One is 11 millimetres in height, the others 18 millimetres: in all, the goddess is turned to the right: they are stamped on one face only, the back is…

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Three small pieces for suspension representing
the head of the goddess Hathor, full face, with the two curved plaits of hair framing the face. One of these is 1-5 millimetres in height,
and has no crown ; on the two others, only 10 millimetres in…

Letter from Joseph Lindon Smith to Corinna Putnam Smith, pages 1, 2 and envelope
3 page letter on Service d'Antiquités D'Égypte headed letterpaper.

Letter from Joseph Lindon Smith to Corinna Putnam Smith, Pages 1, 2 and envelope
3 page letter from Dahabeah 'Serapis' on way from Luxor to Assouan

Letter from Joseph Lindon Smith to Corinna Putnam Smith, Pages 1 & 2
3 page letter from SS Serapis at Halfa, preparing for trip into the desert by camel.
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