Fragment of painted stone depicting part of a yellow and blue nemes-headdress.
- Excavated/Findspot: Tomb of Sety I
- (Africa,Egypt,Upper Egypt,Biban el-Muluk (Valley of the Kings - Thebes),Tomb of Sety I)
- Length: 20 centimetres (case)
- Width: 14 centimetres (case)
17 March 1999
Consolidate paint as necessary. Neaten mount and paint it.H
Stable. Some loose Paint flakes. Unstable mount.
Consolidated paint flakes with 5% Vinamul 3252 (vinyl acetate,ethylene copolymer) in deionized water. Lightly cleaned with Wishab sponge (vulcanized latex,filler). Remounted on a polyester resin pad using General Resin and painted it with Rowney's Cryla colours (acrylic).
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
- BS.5604 (Birch Slip Number)
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Object reference number: YCA59527
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