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Yellow bead necklace

From the Collection of Queen's College Queen's College 1 - 17 College Crescent Parkville Victoria

Ring beads with small paper label inscribed with 'A4' attached to necklace.
12.5 cm length
Object Registration
james dodgson, aquila dodgson, flinders petrie, bead netting, beads, faience
Historical information
This item is part of the Dodgson Collection, which was bequeathed to Queen's College in 1892 by the Rev. James Dodgson. The collection was created by Aquila Dodgson, brother of James. Aquila Dodgson was a friend of the English Egyptologist Flinders Petrie, and it was through this friendship the Aquila was able to acquire ancient Egyptian artefacts. A detailed study of the collection was made by Christine Elias "Discovering Egypt: Egyptian Antiquities at the University of Melbourne", M.A. thesis 2010.
When Made
New Kingdom, 1550-1069 BCE
Last updated
1 Aug 2018 at 4:56PM