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Limestone lid of a canopic jar, representing the head of a falcon wearing a tripartite wig. The beak and eyes are carved, and human ears are represented, as also are human shoulders. The falcon's facial details and eye markings are added in black paint. The head and shoulders of the falcon are not contiguous with the outer edge of the lid, which extends beyond the three-dimensionally modelled image. There are traces of a shiny black deposit on the under-surface.
- Not on display
- Acquisition notes
- Found in the collection, previously unregistered. A small circular paper label, attached to the top of the head, is inscribed in ink '301/10'. This partly covers a smaller paper label, bearing the printed number '200' (?) Two rectangular paper labels are attached to the front of the lid, the upper with the printed number '28', the lower illegible.
An identical label inscribed '301/10' is attached to the canopic jar lid EA 79446.
- Egypt and Sudan
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