About this object

White faience triangular shaped collar terminal with three threading holes passing through the widest end. Decorated with blue faience on one side to represent an Egyptian lotus flower.

Object specifics

  • Type
    Personal Ornament
  • Culture
    New Kingdom
  • Artist/Maker
  • Place made
    Africa: Northern Africa: Egypt: Gurob
  • Date made
    1479 BC - 1143 BC
  • Materials
    Egyptian Faience
  • Location
    World Museum, Level 3, Ancient Egypt Gallery
  • Acquisition
    Purchased from the collections of Norwich Castle Museum
  • Collector
    William Matthew Flinders Petrie
  • Place collected
    Africa: Northern Africa: Egypt: Gurob
  • Date collected
    1890
  • Measurements
    26 mm x 31.5 mm x 6 mm
  • Related people
    Norwich Castle Museum and Art Gallery ( Previous owner); William Matthew Flinders Petrie ( Collector, previous owner); Flaxman Charles John Spurrell ( Previous owner)

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Events

  • Petrie's Excavations at Gurob, 1889-90

    Start date: 1889
    End date: 1889
    Description: Excavations for two seasons by Mr Hughes-Hughes who was working for Flinders Petrie. At this time Petrie's fieldwork was largely being sponsored by two men: Jesse Haworth (1835-1921) and Henry Martin Kennard (1833-1911). Petrie gave some of his finds to his close friend, Flaxman Spurrell (1842-1915), whose collection was given to Norwich Castle Museum which was then purchased by Liverpool Museum in 1956. Fore more details see the Digital Egypt for Universities website: http://www.digitalegypt.ucl.ac.uk/gurob/index.html

Ownership

Previous owners

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