List of Objects

Telling a history of our world through objects

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Culture / Ancient Egypt / 1000 BC - 600 BC

  1. A piece of a pottery African head A piece of a pottery African head Contributed by Individual
  2. The Egyptian mummy Takabuti and her case The Egyptian mummy Takabuti and her case Contributed by Museum
  3. Nesyamun - The Leeds Mummy Nesyamun - The Leeds Mummy Contributed by Museum
  4. Egyptian clay figurine Egyptian clay figurine Contributed by Museum
  5. Lady Shep-en-Hor (Egyptian Mummy) Lady Shep-en-Hor (Egyptian Mummy) Contributed by Museum
  6. Egyptian archaeological items Egyptian archaeological items Contributed by Individual
  7. Limestone figure of Hathor Limestone figure of Hathor Contributed by Individual
  8. Limestone mini altar Limestone mini altar Contributed by Individual
  9. Funerary Net Funerary Net Contributed by Museum
  10. Inner Mummy Coffin Inner Mummy Coffin Contributed by Museum
  11. Egyptian Coffin Egyptian Coffin Contributed by Museum
  12. Ramesses III Ramesses III Contributed by Museum
  13. Egyptian Mummy Egyptian Mummy Contributed by Museum
  14. Eye from an Egyptian mummy Eye from an Egyptian mummy Contributed by Museum
  15. Ancient Egytian Mummy Cartonnage Ancient Egytian Mummy Cartonnage Contributed by Museum

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