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Tuna El-Gebel – Fundgruppen, Werkplätze und Öfen. Ein Zwischenbericht

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The chapter talks about the diversity of the Fund Group within the cemetery area of Egypt. The object set is due to their storage up to previous excavations in different tombs in the necropolis. Numerous fragments belong to the, mummy masks', which are significant for burials in Middle Egypt. In numerous metal objects are mainly to copper and bronze objects, which must be understood as fittings of wooden furniture including 23 nails six of which are provided with a shaft which is L or U shape. Such findings may include boxes that are relatively from the late 1st century in a woman's grave. In the material to find fragments of rectangular, but also of circular plates which were made ​​mostly of different marble. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Middle Egypt; mummy masks



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