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Four arrow fragments:
A. Part of a knife-trimmed/cut arrow shaft of wood, one end preserving a tapering tang adhering to which is wood (?) from attached piece now lost. Slight traces of pitch on end of main shaft around tang. Other end is broken away.
B. Part of knife-trimmed/cut arrow shaft, small part of tang preserved; other end tapring to a point one side of which is flattened. Slight traces of resin on tip and of black colour, possibly resin or paint.
F. Wooden shaft, trimmed tang broken away; other end trimmed to narrower diameter, end of which retains part of gut binding and section of resin-filled hole to receive tang of arrow head.
J. Part of an arrow shaft; tapering slightly, both ends broken.
Diameter: 0.80 centimetres (max - shaft B)
Diameter: 0.90 centimetres (max - shaft F)
Diameter: 0.80 centimetres (max - shaft J)
Diameter: 0.90 centimetres (shaft A)
Length: 11.90 centimetres (shaft A)
Length: 17.60 centimetres (shaft B)
Length: 19.50 centimetres (shaft F)
Length: 14.10 centimetres (shaft J)
Length: 3.40 centimetres (tang - shaft A)
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Egypt and Sudan
- BM/Big number
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Excavation/small finds number: 80.1.21/84A, B, F & J (excavation object cat. no.)