End of an ivory tusk hollowed out with four holes pierced round the top. Incised line decoration on point and midway. Point chipped. Surface flaked off. Petrie's Sequence Date 31 - 55. Excavation not recorded but most likely from when Amy Urlin was part of an excavation team led by her brother-in-law, Professor Flinders Petrie, at Abydos, 1900-01. Exhibited in Glasgow 1912-15 (no. 39? - '12). CONDITION NOTE (1998): Incomplete, surface loss, splitting, label adhered to surface, surface dirt. Compare with W. M. Flinders Petrie, 'Prehistoric Egypt' (London, 1920), pl. XXXII.