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E015782 Rock Sample - Top, Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt, North Africa. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
 
Summary:
E015782 - 31/10/1905, rock sample, Wadi Magharah, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt, Africa, North
Item Name:
rock sample
Label:
Collection of small turquoise pieces. From the mines of Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. Acquired in 1905 via the Egypt Exploration Fund.
Keywords:
archaeology
Place:
Wadi Magharah
Region:
Janub Sina
Province/State:
Sinai Peninsula
Country:
Egypt
Collection Area:
Africa, North
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
31/10/1905
Registration Number:
E015782
Associated Stories:
Ancient Egyptian Archaeology Collection
Egyptology at the Australian Museum
Images
1:
E015782 Rock Sample - Top, Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt, North Africa. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
2:
Two labels associated with the collection of small turquoise pieces. From the mines of Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. From the 18th or 20th dynasties. Acquired in 1905 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
3:
Collection of small turquoise pieces. From the mines of Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. from the 18th or 20th dynasties. Acquired in 1905 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
4:
Collection of small turquoise pieces. From the mines of Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. From the 18th or 20th dynasties. Acquired in 1905 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
5:
Collection of small turquoise pieces. From the mines of Wady Maghara, Janub Sina, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt. from the 18th or 20th dynasties. Acquired in 1905 via the Egypt Exploration Fund. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek