Image of 26 faïence fragments from site 294, including (from top left), four lotus flower emblems; two polychrome glazed inlays from wooden naos; plaque decorated with a rosette emblem; votive sistrum of Naos type; eye emblems; daisy inlay; scaraboid amulet; plaque with a female figure with lotus plants; head of Horus eagle; daisy inlays; and small beads. Album print marked '294 M11'.
Meroë site 294: Faïence objects
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- ReferenceGB 3431 JG/M/H/16
- Former ReferenceGB 3431 H.16GB 3431 M.418
- Dates of Creation1911
- Physical Description1 silver gelatine dry plate glass negative (188mm x 124mm)
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Scope and Content
The plaque with the female figure (UC44321 ) is held by the Petrie Museum, University College London
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The digital image is copyright of the University of Liverpool.
Published in Török, (1997), Meroë City, Vol. 2, pl. 120, labelled ‘294-69 to 72, four lotus flowers (top row from left). 294-76, sistrum (top right). 294-73 and 74, two inlays (second row from left). 294-75, fragments of plaque (second row third from left). 294-77 and 78, udjat-eye amulets (third row from left). 294-79, rosette (third row right). 294-80, scaraboid (fourth row left). 294-81 fragment of plaque with nude female figure (fourth row centre). 294-82, head of horus falcon inscribed (?) collar (fifth row second from left). 294-83 rosette (fifth row right). 294-84 to 88, beads (to the left of 294-82 and below the same). 294-89, daisy inlay (seventh row third from right). 294-90, bead (seventh row second from right). 294-91, bead (fifth row right). 294-92 daisy inlay (seventh row right). 294-94 to 96, four rosette inlays (bottom). Full description of the objects can be found in Török, (1997), Meroë City, Vol.1, pp.157-158.