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Armlet

This Bronze Age armlet was found on the outskirts of Exeter and is one of the few pieces of evidence for people living in the Exeter area before the Roman...

Breastplate from a mummy

This breastplate was placed on the chest of an Egyptian mummy. The image shows a disc surrounded by royal cobras with large wings. This symbol had protective powers and represented...

Jug

This is a Base Ring Ware jug with a small round-bellied body, long narrow neck and a horizontal handle. The base and rim are damaged. It is decorated with cream...

Stele of Amenhotep I

This is a fragment from a commemorative tablet. It commemorates Amenhotep I, the second Pharaoh of the 18th dynasty of Egypt, and his mother Ahmose Nefertari....

Figurine of a seated woman

Female figurines are very common finds from Bronze Age sanctuary sites in Cyprus. This one was collected by Claude Cobham, Commissioner of Cyprus between 1879-1908. The feet and left arm...

Vessel in the form of a bull

Bulls were very popular in Bronze Age and Iron Age Cyprus as they were thought to represent power and fertility. This bull is hollow, and it is uncertain whether it...

Inscribed tablet

This miniature Egyptian stela shows the ram of the god Amun and the benu-bird. In the lower part is an image of the deceased man, with a text from the...

Socketed axehead

This axe was a woodworking tool but could have been used as a weapon. The wooden handle fitted into the hollow socket at the base of the axehead and...

Hieroglyphic inscription

Recent research has identified this fragment of hieroglyphic text as the only known surviving portion of an inscription from the tomb of Khaemhat at Thebes (TT57). Khaemhat was a Royal...