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A white cylindrical object made of travertine. Gifted from the University of Wales, Aberystwyth.
A possible tubular drill-core from Saqqara, although it may be a roughout for a travertine cosmetic (cont.)
Travertine vase. Accompanying label states "MALL XVIII?" Gift from the University of Wales, Aberystw (cont.)
A concave travertine beaker with a flat base and a thick flat rim, dating from the Early Dynastic to (cont.)
Straight-sided, tapering travertine beaker with two small integral handles. Previously broken and re (cont.)
Convex-sided, flat-bottomed travertine bowl with plain rim. Small section of the rim now missing. Fr (cont.)
Egg-shaped travertine cosmetic jar with a flat base and broken rim. Gift from the University of Wale (cont.)
Convex-sided, flat-bottomed travertine bowl with plain rim. From grave 993 at Tarkhan, excavated by (cont.)
Fragment of a shoulder, neck, and rim of a travertine cosmetic container (alabastron). The vessel ha (cont.)
This thick-shouldered travertine cylindrical jar with a flat base. 'Ptolemaic' is written on side in (cont.)
Base fragment of a travertine alabastron, which perhaps belongs with AB114 and AB115b. Gift from the (cont.)
Base fragment of a travertine alabastron, which perhaps belongs with AB114 and AB115a. "Ptolemaic" i (cont.)
A sherd of travertine. It is likely part of the lid of a vessel. This item was found at Armant.
A rim sherd of a travertine vessel. It was excavated at Armant.
A rim sherd of a travertine vessel from Armant, probably A-group in origin.
Two rim sherds (joined) of a travertine vessel from Armant, tomb 1606.