Painted Animal Skull card

Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool, World Museum

Painted Animal Skull

1973.4.369c

Currently not on display

Information

Frontal bones and one horn from a goat or other livestock animal (e.g., sheep or gazelle). Decorated with patches of red paint. From a Pan-Grave tradition burial at Armant, marked by the excavator in pencil "C". Previously in the collections of the Wellcome Historical Medical Museum, accession number 153501: "BONE. Probably goat-mask. With one horn. (Marked "C"). 4" x 7" across horn. Egyptian. Egypt Exploration Society". CONDITION NOTE 1998: Incomplete, previous repairs, cracking, dry, surface dirt.