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FRAGMENT of a bronze door-hinge.
PEDESTAL for a small figure, in bronze and wood; on the upper part a
SIX human mummies, with cases.
Two cat mummies.
THREE ibis mummies.
WHITE marble sarcophagus, with an inscription in hieroglyphics. RECTANGULAR Sarcophagus, with painted and linear hieroglyphic inscription, of wood.
RECTANGULAR Sarcophagus, with painted hieroglyphic and hieratic inscription, of wood.
SMALL rectangular sarcophagus, with an exterior inscription, of wood. COVER of a rectangular sarcophagus.
FEMALE face, finely carved, with enamelled eyes.
Two red ears of wood.
FOUR frontlets of linen, coloured or gilded, with hieroglyphics. FRAGMENTS of the exterior envelope of mummies, consisting of linen covered with plaster, painted and gilded, containing inscriptions, figures of divinities, and their emblems.
COVER of the feet, from the exterior envelope of mummies, of linen covered with plaster, and painted.
PAINTING in fresco, upon thin pieces of cedar, representing the greater
portion of the face of a female, of the Roman era.
EYELID of bronze, and eye of enamel with bronze eyelid.
FIVE gilded ornaments, in wood.
SEPULCHRAL Scarabæi, in basalt, porphyry, and limestone, with inscrip
TWENTY-SIX similar scarabæi, without inscriptions.
FOUR sepulchral amulets, representing stands or pillows for the head, in hematite.
SIMILAR amulet; plough in glass.
Six sepulchral amulets; masonic levels in hematite.
FOUR sepulchral amulets; feathers or plumes in basalt or porphyry.
TEN sepulchral amulets; two fingers, in basalt, supposed to be used as polishers.
FUNERAL amulet; vase in basalt; eye, and pupils of eyes, in enamel and glass.
Two sepulchral figures, in alabaster.
EIGHT sepulchral figures, of calcareous stone.
SEPULCHRAL figure, in basalt.
THREE sepulchral figures in wood; large size.
TWENTY Sepulchral figures, in wood; smaller size.
SEVENTY-FIVE Sepulchral figures, in glazed terracotta and porcelain, generally with inscriptions.
SIXTEEN similar figures, without inscriptions, and of smaller size. SMALL coffers, of wood, painted blue, with figures or inscriptions, which have contained sepulchral figures, when deposited in the tombs.
THIRTEEN Sepulchral vases, in alabaster, calcareous stone, or terracotta, with covers of the head of a man, cynocephalus, jackal, and hawk, representing the four genii of Amenti.
Two covers of sepulchral vases; human heads, in alabaster.
THIRTEEN similar covers, in terracotta.
THREE similar covers, in wood.
COVER of a sepulchral vase; human head, in stone.
SIMILAR COver; head of a cynocephalus, in alabaster.
Two covers of sepulchral vases; heads of jackals, in stone.
FIFTY-FOUR Sepulchral tablets, of white calcareous stone, containing figures of deities, offerings, and deceased individuals, in bas-relief and coloured, some with hieroglyphical inscriptions only.
Five sepulchral tablets, of wood, with painted figures of divinities and deceased individuals, with inscriptions.
VERY small sepulchral tablet, of wood.
TEN sepulchral cones, of baked clay, with hieroglyphics on the base, commemorative of deceased individuals.
EGYPTIAN mirror, in bronze.
NINE Persepolitan cylinders, with engraved figures and inscriptions.
HREE antique rings, cornelian set in silver; Persian heads.
FIVE signets, of white and red cornelian and agate; Persian figures, and inscriptions.
Two signets, of cornelian; Persian heads.
FIVE signets, of cornelian; hyænas.
FIVE signets, of cornelian; cows, gazelles, scorpion, and griffin.
THREE pyramidical amulets; Persian heads and figures.
TEN Conical amulets, of cornelian and marble; cows, birds, flowers, and ornamental devices.
RING, amethyst set in silver; cross and glory.
FIVE rings, cornelian set in silver; cufic inscriptions, of two lines each.
RING, cornelian, set in silver; single line of cufic, and star.
Signet, with silver setting; single line of cufic.
AMULET of black stone, square, with cufic inscription, and three lines of cufic on the reverse.
LARGE cylindrical Roman vase, of bronze; found in Fenchurch Street.
SEVERAL fragments of red Roman pottery; found in Fenchurch Street.
SIXTEEN bronze hatchets.
SEVENTY basalt, five porphyry, one flint, five granite, and twelve slate hatchets.
SEVEN bronze spear-heads.
ONE hundred and twenty-two rough flint spear-heads.
EIGHTY-NINE roughly formed flint arrow-heads.
NINETY-SIX barbed flint arrow-heads.
FIVE bronze styles.
BRITISH Stone hammer.
Two gold amulets; found in the bogs in Ireland.
SILVER Coin of Barce; head of Jupiter Ammon, rev. Silphium.
SILVER Coin of Amastris.
SILVER Coin of Alæsa.
BRASS coin of Thyatira, Elagabalus; a medallion.
BRASS Coin of Byblus; Commodus, rev. Isis Pharia.
EIGHT brass coins of Byblus; Nero, Trajan, Elagabalus.
FIVE brass coins of Sidon; Julia Paula, Julia Mæsa, Alexander Se
SEVEN brass coins of Tripolis; Nero, Trajan, Julia Domna, Caracalla.
DENARIUS of Trajan.
SECOND brass coin of Vespasian.
FIFTEEN cufic coins.
BRASS British coin. [Cunobelin?]
THREE pennies of Offa; moneyers, ALRED, EDILVALD, EALMVND.
PENNY of Beornwulf, king of Mercia.
THIRTEEN pennies of Harold I.
PENNY of Harthacnut.
ONE hundred and sixteen pennies of Edward the Confessor.
PENNY of Edward the Confessor, IOCITEL ON EOFR.
NINE half-groats, eleven pennies, and nine hardis of Edward the
UNIQUE penny of Henry VIII. RED. CVIQ. Q. SV. EST.
FIVE-GUINEA piece of Charles II.
CROWN of William and Mary, 1692.
Two-GUINEA piece of George II.
SHILLING of George II.
Two patterns for sovereigns of George III. 1816-17.
PATTERN for a crown of George III. 1817.
CROWNS of George III. 1819, anno LX.-1820, anno LX.
SMALL gold medal of the Prince Regent; rev. royal arms, supporters,
SHILLING of George IV. rev. shield in a garter.
COINS, George IV. and William IV.
ANTIQUE jetton. A vessel on the obverse and reverse.
THOMAS SUTTON, ESQ., after Van Hove, by J. Rowney.
SIR ISAAC NEWTON, after J. Vanderbank, by Romney.
THREE IMPRESSIONS FROM STONES FOUND AT ALEPPO. Madeley, lithog. AN IMPRESSION FROM PART OF A BRICK FOUND AT BABYLON. Madeley, lithog.
The above presented by Dr. John Lee.
THE REV. JOSIAH PRATT, after E. U. Eddis.
JOHN, EARL OF ELDON, after James Sayer.
MR. JOSEPH WRIGHT, painter.
L. W. DILLWYN, Esq., M.P., after E. U. Eddis.
JOHN, FIRST LORD WODEHOUSE, after Hornsby.
JOSEPH SABINE, ESQ., after E. Rigby.
RICHARD, ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN, from a Phrenological Bust, by R.
The above drawn on Stone by Miss H. Turner, and presented
FAC-SIMILE OF THE HAND-WRITING OF DR. JOHNSON, drawn on Stone by
AN IMPRESSION OF THE ENGRAVED PLATE OF THE STATUE OF SIR JOSEPH BANKS. F. Chantry, sculptor; H. Corbould, del.; S. Cousins, eng.
Presented by the Committee.