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E078541 Metal - Front, Upper Egypt, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt, North Africa. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
 
Summary:
E078541 - 7/1/1985, metal, , Upper Egypt, , Egypt, Africa, North
Item Name:
metal
Keywords:
archaeology
Region:
Upper Egypt
Country:
Egypt
Collection Area:
Africa, North
Museum Department:
Anthropology
Registration Date:
07/01/1985
Registration Number:
E078541
Associated Stories:
ARCHAEOLOGY
Ancient Egyptian Archaeology Collection
Egyptology at the Australian Museum
Images
1:
E078541 Metal - Front, Upper Egypt, Ancient Civilisations, Egypt, North Africa. 
Australian Museum 
photographer: AM, Anthropology Dept - Rebecca Conway
2:
Green, embossed, rectangular piece of brass with hooked nail in hole in one corner and two holes in the opposite corners. From Upper Egypt. Collected in Abydos or Ehnasya or Sidmant. Acquired in 1910 from the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: length approx. 6 cm, width approx. 4 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
3:
Green, embossed, rectangular piece of brass with hooked nail in hole in one corner and two holes in the opposite corners. From Upper Egypt. Collected in Abydos or Ehnasya or Sidmant. Acquired in 1910 from the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: length approx. 6 cm, width approx. 4 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
4:
Green, embossed, rectangular piece of brass with hooked nail in hole in one corner and two holes in the opposite corners. From Upper Egypt. Collected in Abydos or Ehnasya or Sidmant. Acquired in 1910 from the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: length approx. 6 cm, width approx. 4 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek
5:
Green, embossed, rectangular piece of brass with hooked nail in hole in one corner and two holes in the opposite corners. From Upper Egypt. Collected in Abydos or Ehnasya or Sidmant. Acquired in 1910 from the Egypt Exploration Fund. Size: length approx. 6 cm, width approx. 4 cm. 
(c) assumed Australian Museum. 
photographer: Anthropology Stan Florek