Ure Museum Database

There are 13 objects for which Decoration contains → egyptian
2004.10.1 Plastic decoration (snake or poppy stems and buds) on body suggests Egyptian influence or origin.
2005.9.5 Egyptian relief of Egyptian commander at head of troops presenting offerings to the Prince of Punt (Ethiopia) on the shores of the Red Sea.
2005.9.6 Cast from a relief from Deir el Bahari (18th dynasty) showing Egyptian ships trading with Punt (Ethiopia).
2007.9.1.104 Displays an Egyptian god, possibly Amun, facing left, with an ankh on the right.
2007.9.1.99 Displays a scarab beetle and an Egyptian god, possibly Sobek.
2009.9.44 Portrait of a man wearing an egyptian crown looking left. The top of his clothes can be seen. Inscription on the right side. Cast number: 58
2009.9.47 An Egyptian double-feather crown, representing Ma'at or Thot. Cast number: 61
2009.9.48 Egyptian double-feather crown with a bow underneath it. Cast number: 62
2009.9.58 A figure with a baboon's torso and a male human's body bedding over a lying sphinx from behind. Probably alluding to the Egyptian God Thot.
2009.9.60 A sphinx wearing the Egyptian Nemes crown, looking right. Cast number: 74
2009.9.61 A crocodile, either representing the Egyptian god Sobek or from the Ancient Roman perspective, representing Egypt. Cast number: 75
L.2013.10.1 Egyptian scarab with illegible inscription or image on the base. Poor condition with grey deposits across the surface. Hole through the centre running length ways.
L.2013.10.2 Egyptian scarab, nicely carved with some details of a beetles anatomy. On the base are hieroglyphic inscriptions. There is a hole running through the centre length ways.
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