About this object

String of beads, mainly cornelian ball shaped beads. Strung with wedjat eye of cornelian (no. 4.9.07.24b).

From Deir Rifa, tomb no. 152, along with a scarab shaped seal with the throne name of Hatshepsut of the 18th Dynasty.

Object specifics

  • Type
    Personal Ornament
  • Culture
    New Kingdom
  • Artist/Maker
  • Place made
    Africa: Northern Africa: Egypt: Deir Rifa
  • Date made
    1473 BC - 1458 BC (Dynasty 18: Reign of Hatshepsut)
  • Materials
    Egyptian Faience; Shell; Cornelian
  • Location
    Item not currently on display
  • Acquisition
    Gift of the British School of Archaeology in Egypt, 1907
  • Collector
    British School of Archaeology in Egypt
  • Place collected
    Africa: Northern Africa: Egypt: Deir Rifa
  • Date collected
    1907
  • Measurements
  • Note
    From Deir Rifa, (tomb 152). 1907: excavated by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt; assigned to the British School of Archaeology in Egypt by the government of Egypt; given to Liverpool Museum by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt; found in tomb 152 with 4.9.07.21 (vase), 4.9.07.22 (scarab seal ring) and 4.9.07.24 (jewellery).
  • Related people
    British School of Archaeology in Egypt ( Collector, previous owner)
  • Related documents/media

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Publications

  • Egyptian Antiquities in the Liverpool Museum: a List of the Provenanced Objects

    Bienkowski, Piotr; Southworth, Edmund

    Author: Bienkowski, Piotr; Southworth, Edmund
    Publisher: Aris and Phillips Ltd
    Date: 1986
    Description:

Events

  • British School of Archaeology in Egypt Excavations at Deir Rifa, 1907

    Start date: 1907-01-10
    End date: 1907-01-10
    Description: Excavation directed by Flinders Petrie for the British School of Archaeology in Egypt. The museum gave financial sponsorship and in return received a share of the finds that were allowed to be exported by the Egyptian authorities. The committee of the British School of Archaeology in Egypt donated 21 objects that were accessioned on 4 April 1907, accession series 4.9.07.8-28. All but 1 of the pottery soul-houses survived the fire which destroyed the museum in 1941. The excavtions were published in Flinders Petrie, 'Gizeh and Rifeh' (London, 1907). For more information visit the Digital Egypt for Universities website: http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/rifeh/index.html

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Previous owners

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