Carter MSS i.J.233-234
Thebes. Birabi. Asasif. Carnarvon-Carter excavations. Site 14. Cemeteries. Tomb 24: objects, photographs
- c. 1907-1911 (Creation)
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This material was sent to the Griffith Institute by Mr Walter Hauser from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, in 1955.
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Howard Carter's photographs, objects from tomb 24, 17th-18th Dynasty Cemetery, Site 14, Carnarvon-Carter excavations, Asasif, Thebes.
Includes duplicate photographs.
- Fragment of coffin, inscribed, name of Khety.
- Model boat, wood.
- Hind half of a frog, glazed steatite.
- Forepart of a lion, faience.
- Assorted beads.
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Property of the Griffith Institute. No restrictions.
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Copyright Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.
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Archived scans in Griffith Institute.
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- See Carnarvon, Earl of and Howard Carter (eds) 1912. Five years' explorations at Thebes: a record of work done 1907-1911, pp. 51-54.
- See TopBib i2.619.