Classics and Archaeology Virtual Museum

Queen's College Egyptian Collection

Compiled by John Burke and Louise Elliot, with Colin Hope

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Description of object

QC001

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain, tasselled.

QC002

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain, with loops.

QC003

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain with 4 purple stripes.

QC004

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain.

QC005

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain, looped.

QC006

Fragment of Coptic textile. Embroidered palm leaf.

QC007

Fragment of Coptic textile. Intricate purple pattern.

QC008

Fragment of Coptic textile. Two purple stripes.

QC009

Fragment of Coptic textile. Two red and two purple stripes in centre.

QC010

Fragment of Coptic textile. Large pattern in green and purple, with fringe.

QC011

Fragment of Coptic textile. Thin stripes with cross stripe.

QC012

Fragment of Coptic textile. Brown stripes.

QC013

Fragment of Coptic textile. Coarse weave.

QC014

Fragment of Coptic textile. Open weave, red stripe at end with extra piece attached.

QC015

Fragment of Coptic textile. Red and light brown.

QC016

Fragment of Coptic textile. Red, blue and light brown.

QC017

Fragment of Coptic textile. Dark blue arrowhead pattern.

QC018

Fragment of Coptic textile. Roughly triangular. Broad purple stripe.

QC019

Fragment of Coptic textile. Small, plain.

QC020

Fragment of Coptic textile. Broad red and blue stripes.

QC021

Fragment of Coptic textile. Purple stripe about 8 cm wide.

QC022

Fragment of Coptic textile. Ornate small red pattern.

QC023

Fragment of Coptic textile. Three pieces. Three light blue stripes.

QC024

Fragment of Coptic textile. Deep red and white.

QC025

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain faded red.

QC026

Fragment of Coptic textile. Blue and white motif.

QC027

Fragment of Coptic textile. Two pieces, red and white diamond pattern.

QC028

Fragment of Coptic textile. Bright blue and white. Royal blue, red strip attached.

QC029

Fragment of Coptic textile. Large. Deep red.

QC030

Fragment of Coptic textile. 1 cm thin red stripe.

QC031

Fragment of Coptic textile. Four pieces. Inscribed at top of card: "Tomb C. Mummy in Peel Park Museum"

QC032

Fragment of Coptic textile. Inscribed at top of card: "Tomb C. Mummy in Peel Park Museum"

QC033

Fragment of Coptic textile. Inscribed at top of card: "Tomb C. Mummy in Peel Park Museum"

QC034

Fragment of Coptic textile. Inscribed at top of card: "Tomb C. Mummy in Peel Park Museum"

QC035

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain.

QC036

Fragment of Coptic textile. Plain.

QC037

Fragment of Coptic textile. Green.

QC038

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC039

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC040

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC041

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC042

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC043

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC044

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC045

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC046

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC047

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC048

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC049

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC050

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC051

Fragment of Coptic textile. Six small and one larger piece.

QC052

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC053

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC054

Fragment of Coptic textile.

QC055

Fragment of openwork, string bag? Brown.

QC056

Four fragments of textile, three decorated with purple bands, supposedly of 2nd century A. D. date from Howard and stated to have been bought by Flinders Petrie. Inscribed on card: "Tombs of Hawgra, Fayoum." All about 10 cm wide, lengths 20 cm (plain, ope

QC057

Two fragments of undecorated linen, one tassled (19 x 9 cm) or from tomb of Queen Ansera (!) (9 x 10 cm).

QC058

Four plain fragments of textile from Royal Tombs Deir el Bahri (Bahari?) bought by Rev. Mr. Thomas from the tomb. Dark brown (22 x 6.5 cm), fawn (12 x 10 cm), fawn (10 x 10 cm), dark brown (7 x 6 cm).

QC059

Badly preserved brush made from reeds bound at one end with linen and string.

QC060

Fragment from arm, possibly from anthropoid coffin, with fingers marked; two dowel holes. Marked B3.

QC061

Head and part of upper body of a hawk/falcon, resinated and in small coffin made of linen impregnated with resin. On coffin, possible touch of gold paint. One half of coffin intact, whole; other half in two pieces (smaller piece does not necessarily fit).

QC062

Bronze figurine of cat - crude, Roman? On wooden base marked 13.

QC063

Bronze figurine of Osiris - feet missing. Marked 8. Active bronze disease.

QC064

Bronze figurine of cat - crude. Marked 9. Active bronze disease.

QC065

Bundle of twigs wrapped in linen tied with string - handle from bouquet?

QC066

Ball of thread? Marked B11. On blue card: "12th Dynasty. 2600 BC. Bought in Egypt by Petrie 1889."

QC067

Pottery lamp, small, marked with across between wick hole and oil hole. Used.

QC068

Pottery lamp, used. Marked no. 27.

QC069

Pottery lamp; marked with shape underneath (see Hope list).

QC070

Mummy's hand. Four black fingers exposed, rest of hand wound in cloth bandage.

QC071

Part of soles of two sandals from coffin/mummy in cartonnage. Painted inside, one marked with three marks and one with two marks (see Hope list for marks).

QC072

Small rectangular fragment of cartonnage painted with 2 opposing Anubis figures or shrines. Rounded at top. Marked B12.

QC073

Melbourne papyrus, 2nd. Century BC Greek. Fragments on five cards and one envelope of fragments in poor condition and mostly illegible. In accompanying envelope is correspondance from Aquila Sugden, who showed the papyri to Dr Hunt.

QC074

Roll of papyrus. About 20 tightly wound coils.

QC075

Mud seal, possibly decorated. Oval shaped, very decrepit, disintegrating, any features difficult to distinguish.

QC076

3 ostraca, Greek. One marked C10. One rectangular with five lines of text (8.5 cm x 8 cm). One triangular with five lines of writing (height 8 cm, width max. 6 cm). Third also triangular with four lines of writing (height 5.5 cm, width max. 4 cm).

QC077

Thirty eight amulets, double eyes, discs etc. glued to card. Includes VADJET eyes, symbolising well-being. Marked C2, wd3?

QC078

Twenty two rounded clay plugs with incuse impressions of amulets glued to card. Card marked C5. Max. length of oblong pieces 4.8 cm. Max. diameter or round pieces 4 cm.

QC079

Card with reconstructed faience beads (misc.) making necklace; and four other strands of similar beads. Marked A1.

QC080

Reconstructed mummy netting. Threaded tubular beads about 1.5 cm long joined to three similar beads to form a diamond-shaped lattice. There is a small bead at every intersection. On card. Marked A2.

QC081

String of miscellaneous faience disc beads. Marked A3.

QC082

String of small yellow faience beads. Marked A4.

QC083

Two strands of faience beads and some amulets threaded on wire. Marked A5.

QC084

Scarab plus seven amulets glued to card, amulets marked on card as akh, shen, Hez, thet, heh, stain, (nail). Hope: hdt, ib, ntr, w3d. Card marked C4.

QC085

Crude wooden ushabty, painted; column of inscription, faint. Marked A8.

QC086

Crude wooden ushabty, painted; column of inscription, clear. Marked A9.

QC087

3 small turquoise blue faience Ushabtis. ? L.P.

QC088

Sole from leather sandal. Thong hole (?) at toe.

QC089

Funerary cone, truncated, with 3 columns of inscription on base. Rough mixed clay. Marked A6.

QC090

Funerary cone, intact, with 2 stamp inscriptions of 2 columns each on base. Rough clay mix. Marked A6.

QC091

2 sherds which join, from Canopic jar, with upper parts of 4 columns of inscriptions (n - 1) ….. Marked C11. Note reads: "New Kingdom. Inscription appeals to protective god and goddess for that particular organ."

QC092

Upper part of green faience ushabty figure. 3IP?

QC093

Twenty four miscellaneous amulets and some beads glued on card. Said to be from Sakkara. Card marked C3.

QC094

Tablet envelope with cuneiform inscription. Two pieces reconstructed from smaller fragments glued together. Third fragment may be from same envelope. Mentions Nebuchadrezzar II (8th century BC).

QC095

Two fragments of bone labelled "Skull bones from Sakharu". One rectangular and one roughly triangular.

QC096

Fragment of brick with cuneiform inscription. One corner missing.

QC097

Flattened oval stone with faded label glued to one side: "Stone altar base" (?) Marked on base: C6.

QC098

Five coarse sherds about 1 cm thick painted black and decorated with thick yellow brush strokes. Largest marked B9.

QC099

Figurine of crocodile with seal on base. Plaster. Probably a modern copy.

QC100

Piece of machined marble about 1 cm thick. Engraved with helmeted head of Athena, sun god and other motifs. Probably modern.

QC101

Half a piece of Coptic communion bread stamped with various symbols.

QC102

Brown ushabti with vertical inscription on skirt. Probably modern.

QC103

Two mollusc-like seed pods (?) threaded on coarse string, each about 2 cm wide.

QC104

Length of cloth bandage about 1.5 cm wide and 15 cm long. Mummy cloth?

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