Meroë site 294: Faïence objects

Scope and Content

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'.

Separated Material

The plaque with the female figure (UC44321 ) is held by the Petrie Museum, University College London

Conditions Governing Use

The digital image is copyright of the University of Liverpool.

Related Material

Another print of this image can be found in JG/M/HA/6. .


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.

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