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Mummy Cartonnage Fragment1923.01.0023 (1923.01.0023)
23.7 x 12 cm (25 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Lower Egypt - Governorate of Sharqiya; Taieba? San el-Hagar?
Period: Roman Empire; 30 BCE – 323 CE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Shroud Fragment 1923.01.0032 (1923.01.0032)
53.6 x 26.2 x .1 cm (37 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Lower Egypt - Governorate of Sharqiya; San-El-Hagar
Period: Roman Empire; 30 BCE– 323
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Beads 1901.08.0029A (1901.08.0029A)
5.2 x 3.8 x 1.1 cm (6 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Ptolemaic?; 305-30 BCE?
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Human Mummy1989.06.0001A (1989.06.0001A)
128.1 x 36.7 x 19.1 cm (203 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Roman Empire; 50 – 150
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Votive Ibis Mummy1914.05.0001 (1914.05.0001)
34.5 x 15.5 x 7 cm (302 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Northern Upper Egypt, Governorate of Sohag; Abydos Cemetery of Sacred Ibises
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Ibis Mummy1914.05.0209 (1914.05.0209)
43.4 x 21 x 8 cm (1,016 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Ibis Mummy1989.07.0001A (1989.07.0001A)
38.5 x 13.5 x 13.5 cm (4,407 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Ptolemaic Dynasty; 305 - 30 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Case1989.07.0001B (1989.07.0001B)
49.6 x 22 x 20 cm (4,407 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: ptolemaic; 305 - 30 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Case Lid 1989.07.0001C (1989.07.0001C)
97.8 x 21.3 x 2.2 cm (990 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: ptolemaic; 305 - 30 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Falcon Mummy1989.07.0002A (1989.07.0002A)
33 x 7.3 x 6.3 cm (248 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Ptolemaic Dynasty; 305 – 30 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Case 1989.07.0002B (1989.07.0002B)
43 x 17.7 x 17.3 cm (1,133 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Hellenistic; 305 – 30 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Shrews Mummy1914.05.0002 (1914.05.0002)
17 x 13.5 x 6.4 cm (391 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Northern Upper Egypt, Governorate of Sohag; Abydos Cemetary of Sacred Ibises
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Shroud Fragment1923.01.0020 (1923.01.0020)
9.8 x 5.5 x .6 cm (8 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; San el-Hagar
Period: Roman Empire
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Shroud Fragment1923.01.0022 (1923.01.0022)
15.7 x 10.2 x .1 cm (10 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; San el-Hagar
Period: Roman Empire; 30 BCE – 395 BC
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Shroud Fragment1923.01.0029 (1923.01.0029)
17.6 x 12.8 cm (3 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; San el-Hagar
Period: Roman Empire; 30 BC – 395 BCE
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Painted Mummy Portrait Panel Fragment1912.01.0030 (1912.01.0030)
45 x 4.2 x .2 cm (15 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Taieba
Period: Roman Empire
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Painted Mummy Portrait Panel Fragment1912.01.0032 (1912.01.0032)
12.6 x 3.4 x .2 cm (3 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Taieba
Period: Roman Empire
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Painted Mummy Portrait Panel Fragment1912.01.0033 (1912.01.0033)
25.5 x 10 cm (74 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt; Taieba
Period: Roman Empire
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Shroud Fragment1927.04.0007 (1927.04.0007)
18.8 x 10.2 x .1 cm (3 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Inscribed Tablet Fragment, possibly Mummy Tag1911.02.0057 (1911.02.0057)
11.3 x 3.5 x .7 cm (17 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Documentary Artifacts : Other Documents

Inscribed Fragment, possibly Mummy Tag1911.02.0058 (1911.02.0058)
8.1 x 3.6 x .7 cm (10 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication T&E : Written Communication T&E : Writing Media

Mummy Net Fragment1926.02.0133A (1926.02.0133A)
18.5 x 13.5 x 3.5 cm (107 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Amulet: Mummy Figure1901.11.0015 (1901.11.0015)
3.1 x 1.2 x .5 cm (4 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Personal Symbols : Belief Symbols

Mummy Beads 1901.08.0029B (1901.08.0029B)
2.7 x 1.5 x 1.3 cm (3 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Ptolemaic?; 300 – 25 BCE?
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

Mummy Beads 1901.08.0029C (1901.08.0029C)
4.7 x 3.1 x .6 cm (5 g)
Location: Africa, North; Egypt
Period: Ptolemaic?; 300 – 25 BCE?
Classification/Nomenclature: Communication Artifacts : Ceremonial Artifacts : Funerary Objects

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