Omeka ID: 2713     

(6) PG 730

The human bones found in the filling were the bones belonging to the skeleton of this particular burial and no other as the rest of the skeleton was found in the floor of the grave. Only the skull was never found - presumably there has been jewellery around it. The body itself seems to have rested in a coffin consisting of wood work & fine wicker work matting. This wicker work matting was finer in texture than the reed matting & lay inside it. The [?external?] wood work as so decayed that it was impossible to detect its original form.

Omeka Label: Royal Cemetary Notes 686-777_p109     
BM Page Number: 109     
BM Volume: 10     
Media Title: Woolley's Field Note Cards     
Page Number: 109     
BM PG Number: PG730     
BM Archive Number: 194     
Omeka Tags: PG730, Royal Cemetery     
Omeka Type: 13     
Grave # Range: 686-777     

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