Beads: (1) seventeen plain circular gold beads flattened on either side, with large hole in middle; (2) eleven small biconical gold beads with truncated ends; (3) three striated biconical beads with raised ring at either end; (4) ribbed faience bead with gold cap at either end; (5) gold bead with two similar caps; (6) cylindrical striated faience bead; (7) grey faience bead in the form of three tubes side by side; (8) blue faience bead in the form of two tubes side by side; (9) gold pendant in the form of a palmette with leaves in relief.
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