Leather purse made from one strip, the edges of which turned in then folded into three. The two lower pieces are stitched on the outside with longback stitches in thong. Front flap elaborately tooled with diamond decoration. Three small leather loops as decoration hanging below. Three tiny leather knobs on front flap. Leather strip handle.
- Excavated/Findspot: Qasr Ibrim, 763 Room 7 upper rubble fill
- (Africa,Egypt,Qasr Ibrim (Nubia))
- Length: 10.5 centimetres (closed)
- Width: 6.2 centimetres
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA33284
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