15 Canes

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15 Canes
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Accession Number: 
66.1.255
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Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
1400-1300 BCE
Credit Line: 
Gift of University College of London, Department of Egyptology
Primary Description: 
15 Canes. Fifteen canes of roughly circular cross section, three of opaque yellow, two of opaque light green, two of turquoise, one colorless, five of translucent deep blue and one opaque yellow-brown, all are dull with some weathering product; drawn and tooled. All are roughly circular in cross section, some retain horizontal grooves suggesting that they may be built up of smaller trails, others taper from one end to the other.
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Provenance: 
University College of London, Dept. of Egyptology, Source
1966-10-05
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