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                                                  Human Remains at The Manchester Museum

 This report should be read in conjunction with the Museum's Policy on Human Remains (available online at
 www.manchester.ac.uk/museum) which was developed following an extensive consultation period.


 Definition of Human Remains used within this report.

 The Manchester Museum acknowledges the definition of human remains given in the DCMS guidelines and bases its
 definition on that. The Museum uses the term human remains to mean the bodies, and parts of bodies of once living people
 from the species Homo sapiens (defined as individuals who fall within the range of anatomical forms known today and in the
 recent past). This includes osteological material (whole or part skeletons, individual bones or fragments of bone and teeth),
 soft tissue including organs and skin, blood, hair, embryos and slide preparations of human tissue. Human remains also
 include any of the above which have been modified in some way by human skill and/or may be physically bound-up with
 other non-human materials to form an artefact composed of several materials. Human remains include the bodies of
 people who lived thousands of years ago, and of those who have died within recent or living memory and include fossilised
 and sub-fossil hominins.

 The data in this report is listed according to collection area within the Museum and within that by Accession Number. All
 data is correct at the date on the report, any changes to the data will be reflected in later editions of the report. All enquiries
 relating to this should be directed to Malcolm Chapman, Head of Collections Development
 (malcolm.chapman@manchester.ac.uk)


1        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.11141
Description: lower jaw
Geograpic origin: UK, Lancashire, Warton Crag, Dog Holes Cave
Geograpic origin: Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

2        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15155
Description: skull (part)
Holroyd, W F (Field Collection)
Geograpic origin:        UK, North Yorkshire, Whitby
Date:

3        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15156
Description: femur
Date:

4        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15501
Description: vertebra
Date:

5        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15502
Description: skull (part)
Date:




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6        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15503
Description: radius
Date:

7        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15508
Description: vertebra
Date:

8        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15509
Description: skeleton (part)
Date:

9        Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15510
Description: phalanx
Date:

10       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15511
Description: metacarpal
Date:

11       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15513
Description: ulna
Date:

12       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15515
Description: vertebra
Date:

13       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15516
Description: metatarsal
Date:

14       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15517
Description: clavicle
Date:

15       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15518
Description: carpal
Date:

16       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15523
Description: rib
Date:




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17       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15524
Description: tooth
Date:

18       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15525
Description: tooth
Date:

19       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15646
Description: ilium
Date:

20       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15662
Description: skeleton (part)
Date:
Collector: Pierce

21       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15807
Description: talus
Geograpic origin:        Europe, France, Vallon-Ardeche
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

22       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15808
Description: bones
Geograpic origin: Europe, France, Vallon-Ardeche, 1st cave
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

23       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15809
Description: femur
Geograpic origin: Europe, France, Vallon-Ardeche
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

24       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15810
Description: femur
Geograpic origin:        UK, Wales, Clwyd, Gop Cave
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins ?, Prof. William

25       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15811
Description: bone
Geograpic origin:        UK, Yorkshire, Harborough Cave
Geograpic origin:        Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:
Collector: Storrs Fox



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26       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15812
Description: bones & teeth
Geograpic origin:        UK, Yorkshire, Harborough Cave
Geograpic origin:        Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:

27       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15813
Description: bone
Geograpic origin: UK, Yorkshire, Harborough Cave
Geograpic origin: Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:

28       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15814
Description: bone
Geograpic origin:        UK, Yorkshire, Harborough Cave
Geograpic origin:        Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:
Collector: Storrs Fox

29       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15815
Description: bone
Geograpic origin:        UK, Yorkshire, Harborough Cave
Geograpic origin:        Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:
Collector: Storrs Fox

30       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15816
Description: skull (part)
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

31       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15817
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

32       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15818
Description: bone
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

33       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15819
Description: skull (fragments)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred



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34       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15820
Description: skull (fragments)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

35       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15821
Description: maxilla
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

36       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15822
Description: bone
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

37       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15823
Description: femur
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Lancashire, Warton Crags, Dog Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Jackson, J Wilfred

38       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15824
Description: bones
Geograpic origin: UK, Lancashire, Kirkhead Cave
Geograpic origin: Romano-British
Date:

39       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15825
Description: foot
Geograpic origin: UK, Merseyside, Lesowe
Geograpic origin: Quaternary
Date:
Collector: Roeder, Charles

40       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15826.a-b
Description: bones
Date:

41       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15827
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        UK, Creswell Caves
Date:




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42       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15828
Description: lower jaw
Geograpic origin:        Europe, France, Villers Campian
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

43       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15829
Description: lower jaw
Date:

44       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      LL.15830
Description: humerus
Geograpic origin: Modern
Date:

45       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Clwyd, Caerwys
Date:

46       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: Europe, France
Date:

47       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Clwyd, Caerwys
Date:

48       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: UK, Yorkshire, Harborough Cave
Date:

49       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: UK, Lancashire, Kirkhead Cave
Date:

50       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Cheshire, Leasowe
Date:




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51       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      OLD BULK
Description:
Geograpic origin: UK, Devon, Kent's Cavern
Date:

52       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.2200.a-e?
Description: bones
Date:

53       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.2648
Description: lower jaw
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
Date:

54       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.2653
Description: femur
Geograpic origin: UK, Wales, Cefn Tumulus
Geograpic origin: Quaternary, Holocene, Recent
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William

55       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.2969
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        UK, Creswell Caves
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William

56       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3100
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        UK, Devon, Kent's Cavern
Date:

57       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3100
Description: femur
Geograpic origin:        UK, Devon, Kent's Cavern
Geograpic origin:        Quaternary, Pleistocene
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William

58       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3101.a-e
Description: bones
Geograpic origin: UK, Creswell Caves
Date:

59       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3102
Description: bones
Geograpic origin: UK, Creswell Caves
Date:


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60       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3104
Description: teeth
Geograpic origin:        UK, Creswell Caves
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William

61       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3123.a-d
Description: bones
Geograpic origin: Europe, UK, Derbyshire, Creswell, Creswell Crags, Church Hole Cave
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William

62       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3124
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Derbyshire, Creswell, Creswell Crags, Church Hole Cave
Date:

63       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3125
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Derbyshire, Creswell, Creswell Crags, Church Hole Cave
Date:

64       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3140
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Derbyshire, Creswell Crags, Robin Hood Cave
Date:

65       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3239
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        UK, Creswell Caves
Date:

66       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3240
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Derbyshire, Creswell, Creswell Crags, Robin Hood Cave
Date:

67       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3243.a-b
Description: bones
Geograpic origin:        UK, Creswell Caves
Date:

68       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      P.3254.a-b
Description: vertebra
Geograpic origin:        UK, Wales, Gwynedd, Perthi
Date:
Collector: Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William


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69       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      STR.1890
Description: femur
Geograpic origin:        UK, Wales, Tufa
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flint, Caerwys
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

70       Palaeontology   Geology
Accession Number:      STR.1891.a-b
Description: patella
Geograpic origin:        UK, Wales, Tufa
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flint, Caerwys
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

71       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      STR.1892
Description: skull (part)
Geograpic origin:        UK, Wales, Tufa
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flint, Caerwys
Date:

72       Palaeontology    Geology
Accession Number:      STR.1893
Description: skull (part)
Geograpic origin:        UK, Wales, Tufa
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flint, Caerwys
Date:

73       Palaeontology Geology
Accession Number:
Description: jaw
Geograpic origin: Europe, France, Villers Campian
Date:
Collector: Lucas, R B

74                        Zoology
Accession Number:     A.115
Description: skull and lower jaw
[A.115] Ellerby, Mr H D (Donation, 29/6/1891)
Geograpic origin:        Africa
Date:

75                      Zoology
Accession Number:    A.119
Description: scapula
Date:

76                       Zoology
Accession Number:     A.158
Description: skeleton (part)
Date:

77                        Zoology
Accession Number:     A.179
Description: 4th cervical vertebra
Date:


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78                        Zoology
Accession Number:     A.199
Description: skull and lower jaw
[A.199] Slater, W. (Donation, 10/10/1894)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, New Zealand
Date:

79                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.1
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

80                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.2
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

81                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.3
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

82                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.4
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

83                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.5
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

84                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.6
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

85                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2294.7
Description: hair
[A.2294]
Date:

86                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.1
Description: tooth
[A.2326]
Date:




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87                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.2
Description: tooth
[A.2326]
Date:

88                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.3
Description: tooth
[A.2326]
Date:

89                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.4
Description: tooth
[A.2326]
Date:

90                       Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2326.5
Description: spinal cord
[A.2326]
Date:

91                       Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2326.6
Description: spinal cord
[A.2326]
Date:

92                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.7
Description: skull
[A.2326]
Date:

93                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.8
Description: tibia
[A.2326]
Date:

94                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.9
Description:
[A.2326]
Date:

95                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.10
Description:
[A.2326]
Date:




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96                        Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2326.11
Description: finger nail
[A.2326]
Date:

97                              Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.12
Description: thyroid
[A.2326]
Date:

98                       Zoology
Accession Number:    A.2326.13
Description: symphatic gland
[A.2326]
Date:

99                         Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2326.14
Description: pituitary gland
[A.2326]
Date:

100                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.15
Description: penis
[A.2326]
Date:

101                       Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2326.16
Description: intestine
[A.2326]
Date:

102                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.17
Description: liver
[A.2326]
Date:

103                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.18
Description: liver
[A.2326]
Date:

104                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.19
Description: scalp
[A.2326]
Date:




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105                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.20
Description: skin
[A.2326]
Date:

106                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.21
Description: skin
[A.2326]
Date:

107                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.22
Description: artery
[A.2326]
Date:

108                    Zoology
Accession Number:   A.2326.23
Description: tongue
[A.2326]
Date:

109                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.24
Description: foetus
[A.2326]
Date:

110                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.25
Description: head
[A.2326]
Date:

111                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.26
Description: foot
[A.2326]
Date:

112                     Zoology
Accession Number:    A.2326.27
Description: chorion
[A.2326]
Date:

113                     Zoology
Accession Number:    A.2326.28
Description: chorion
[A.2326]
Date:




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114                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.29
Description: tooth
[A.2326]
Date:

115                      Zoology
Accession Number:    A.2326.30
Description: penis and scrotum
[A.2326]
Date:

116                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2326.31
Description: placenta
[A.2326]
Date:

117                       Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2326.32
Description: cartilage
[A.2326]
Date:

118                     Zoology
Accession Number:    A.2326.33
Description: spermatozoites
[A.2326]
Date:

119                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.34
Description:
[A.2326]
Date:

120                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.35
Description:
[A.2326]
Date:

121                       Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2326.36
Description: muscle fibre
[A.2326]
Date:

122                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.37
Description: brain
[A.2326]
Date:




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123                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.38
Description: blood
[A.2326]
Date:

124                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.39
Description: artery
[A.2326]
Date:

125                       Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2326.40
Description: thyroid gland
[A.2326]
Date:

126                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.41
Description: tooth
[A.2326]
Date:

127                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.42
Description: hair
[A.2326]
Date:

128                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2326.43
Description: bone
[A.2326]
Date:

129                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.1
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:

130                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.2
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:

131                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.3
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:




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132                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.4
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:

133                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.5
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:

134                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.6
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:

135                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2328.7
Description: hair
[A.2328]
Date:

136                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2329.18
Description: hair
[A.2329]
Date:

137                     Zoology
Accession Number:    A.2331.1
Description: humerus
[A.2331]
Date:

138                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2331.2
Description: hair
[A.2331]
Date:

139                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2334
Description: skeleton (part)
Date:

140                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.1
Description: skull
[A.2336]
Date:




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141                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.2
Description: skull
[A.2336]
Date:

142                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.3
Description: skull
[A.2336]
Date:

143                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.4
Description: femur
[A.2336]
Date:

144                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.5
Description: femur
[A.2336]
Date:

145                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2336.6
Description: lower jaw
[A.2336]
Date:

146                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2336.7
Description: lower jaw
[A.2336]
Date:

147                       Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2336.8
Description: skull fragments
[A.2336]
Date:

148                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.9
Description: tooth
[A.2336]
Date:

149                       Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2336.10
Description: skull fragments
[A.2336]
Date:




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150                        Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2336.11
Description: right maxilla
[A.2336]
Date:

151                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.12
Description: femur
[A.2336]
Date:

152                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2336.13
Description: lower jaw
[A.2336]
Date:

153                       Zoology
Accession Number:      A.2336.14
Description: skull (part)
[A.2336]
Date:

154                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.15
Description: pelvis
[A.2336]
Date:

155                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.16
Description: femur
[A.2336]
Date:

156                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2336.17
Description: tibia
[A.2336]
Date:

157                             Zoology
Accession Number:            A.2345.6
Description: skull
Date:

158                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2366.5
Description: skeleton (mounted)
Date:

159                      Zoology
Accession Number:     A.2393
Description: skeleton (part)
Date:




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160                              Zoology
Accession Number:
Description: skull
Date:

161                       Zoology
Accession Number:
Description: skull and lower jaw
Date:

162      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.758
Description: Human mandible. Saxon.
Ellis, F (18/07/1901)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Oxfordshire, VC23, Kidlington
Date:

163        Archaeology
Accession Number:       0.760
Description:     Human skull. Romano-British.
Ellis, F (18/07/1901)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Oxon, Brampton
Date:

164        Archaeology
Accession Number:       0.786
Description:     Human cranium (in two pieces) and part of mandible. Imberie type ?
Ellis, F (25/07/1901)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Oxon, Shifford, River Thames
Date:

165      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.800
Description: Human mandible. Roman.
Ellis, F (18/07/1901)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Yorkshire, Malton
Date:

166      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.1093
Description: Human cranium.
Lucas, R B (07/10/1903)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, France, Villers Campeau
Date:

167      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.1442
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

168      Archaeology
Accession Number:     0.1667
Description: Cast of human skull.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Belgium, Engis Cave
Date:




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169      Archaeology
Accession Number:     0.1813
Description: Cast of human skull.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, France, Perigord, Les Eyzies
Date:

170      Archaeology
Accession Number:      0.4858
Description:   Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

171      Archaeology
Accession Number:       0.4859 Archaeology
Description:   Central European skull. Please see notes.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

172      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4860
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

173      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4861
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

174      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4862
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

175      Archaeology
Accession Number:      0.4863
Description:   Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

176      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4864
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:




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177      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4865
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

178      Archaeology
Accession Number:      0.4866
Description:   Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

179      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4867
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

180      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4868
Description: Human cranium.
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

181      Archaeology
Accession Number:    0.4869
Description: Human cranium. (see notes).
Lebzelter Vienna (Exchange, 30/1/1936)
Geograpic origin:        Central Europe
Date:

182      Archaeology
Accession Number:      1976.475
Description:   Human bone. Left side mandible.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

183      Archaeology
Accession Number:    1976.476
Description: Human bone. Femur.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

184      Archaeology
Accession Number:    1976.498
Description: Assortmet of human bones belonging to second skeleton.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
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185      Archaeology
Accession Number:    1976.500
Description: Human bones; including a child's cranium.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

186      Archaeology
Accession Number:      1976.502
Description:   Human bones.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

187      Archaeology
Accession Number:     1976.503
Description: Several human bones from one skeleton.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

188      Archaeology
Accession Number:     1976.504
Description: Various human bones. From Burial II at Whitchurch. One skeleton.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

189      Archaeology
Accession Number:    1976.505
Description: Human bone and skull. Roman.
Jones, Prof. G D B (1965--)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Date:

190      Archaeology
Accession Number:    1984,1002.1-2
Description:  Human remains; upper body and leg; 'Lindow Man'.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Cheshire, Lindow Moss
Date:
Research/Exhibition/Repatriation Request:                       Lindow Man: A Bog Body Mystery - Exhibition (19/04/2008 - 20/04/2009)

191      Archaeology
Accession Number:    1992.2
Description: Head of Worsley Man.
Date:

192      Archaeology
Accession Number:      2000.6
Description:  Cast of human skull. Reconstruction of the head of Ada of Halicarnassus demonstrating an early stage in the
              reconstruction process - plaster skull with pegs inserted to show the thickness of soft tissue (duplicate also
              available)
Neave, Mr Richard (Transfer)
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193      Archaeology
Accession Number:    21108
Description: Human skull. Lower jaw missing. Two teeth missing in upper jaw. Cephalic, Index 71.8.
Ellis, F
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Oxon, Kidlington
Date:

194      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.4
Description:  Human skull. No mandible.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

195      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.101
Description:  Human cranium.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Manchester
Date:

196      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.106
Description: Human cranium.
Date:

197      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.116 Archaeology
Description:  Human mandible. Thirteen teeth remain in situ.
Geograpic origin: Central Europe
Date:

198      Archaeology
Accession Number:     A.128 Archaeology
Description: Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

199      Archaeology
Accession Number:     A.130
Description: Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

200      Archaeology
Accession Number:     A.133 Archaeology
Description: Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

201      Archaeology
Accession Number:     A.134 Archaeology
Description: Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:




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202      Archaeology
Accession Number:     A.176
Description: Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

203      Archaeology
Accession Number:      A.178 Archaeology
Description:  Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

204      Archaeology
Accession Number:      A.191
Description:  Post-cranial human bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Finland, Lapland, Berlevaag
Date:

205      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.1413
Description:  Human skull. Includes mandible and fragments. Male.
Date:

206      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.1640
Description:  Human cranium.
Date:

207      Archaeology
Accession Number:    A.1641
Description:  Human skull.
Date:

208      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.1
Description: Plaster cast of a female skull.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Derbyshire, Whaley, Rock Shelter
Date:

209      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.2
Description:  Human mandible (jawbone). Nine teeth remaining. Joint heads missing/broken away.
Date:

210      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.3
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Eleven teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

211      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.4
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Teeth complete.
Date:




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212      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.5
Description: Half of a human mandible (jawbone). Six teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

213      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.6
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Five teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

214      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.7
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Eleven teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

215      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.8
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Adult. Nine teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

216      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.9
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Adult. Fourteen teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

217      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.10
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Large adult. Seven teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

218      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.11
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Adult. Five teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

219      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.12
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Twelve teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

220      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.13
Description: Half of a human mandible (jawbone). Seven teeth remain in situ.
Date:

221      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.14
Description: Human mandible (jawbone). Adult. Seven teeth remaining in situ. The bone has been bleached.
Date:

222      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.15
Description:  Human mandible (jawbone) with complete lower set of sixteen teeth. Written inside the bone is 'Chatham Isles.
              Forbes [?] 10192', alongside an unclear number, possibly '23521' [?].
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223      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.16
Description: Complete human skull. Female. Between 18 and 28 years old at death based on sutures. Tooth wear patterns
              suggest skull maybe Saxon.
Date:

224      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.17
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

225      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.18
Description: Mandible and upper part of cranium of a human skull. Twelve teeth remain in the jawbone, one joint head is
              missing.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

226      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.19
Description: Thirteen pieces of long bone (humerus, radius, ulna, tibia, fibula, femur). All broken. None complete.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

227      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.20
Description: Twenty three individual pieces of bone. All broken. Includes pelvis and scapula. The sacrum is almost complete.
              Lot includes one tooth.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

228      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.21
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

229      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.22
Description: Numerous pieces of bone. Including mandibles, skull and post-cranial fragments.
Date:

230      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.23
Description: Right human femur. Two pieces, includes section.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

231      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.24
Description: Left human femur. Two pieces, includes section.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:




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232      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.25
Description: Left human femur. Two pieces, includes two sections.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

233      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.26
Description:  Lower half of right human femur.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

234      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.27
Description: Three skull fragments of a human feotus. Roman.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Oxfordshire, Rudley
Date:

235      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.28
Description: Cranium of human skull. AUA.29 probably it's mandible.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

236      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.29
Description: Mandible of human skull. Broken into two. Thirteen teeth in situ. Probably belongs to cranium AUA.28.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

237      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.30
Description: Twelve human bones, all broken, includes long bones.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Bedfordshire, Eaton Socon
Date:

238      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.31
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

239      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.32
Description: Cranium of human skull. In two parts.
Date:

240      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.33
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

241      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.34
Description: Human mandible. Six teeth remain in situ.
Date:


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242      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.35
Description: Various bone fron one skeleton. Includes both femurs and one fibia (complete). One humerus (end broken away)
              and 12 other pieces of long bone (broken). Plus ribs, pelvis and various other broken bones. No skull.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Belgium
Date:

243      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.36
Description: Complete human skull. Male.
Date:

244      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.37
Description: Human skull. Mandible missing.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

245      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.38
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

246      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.39
Description: Cranium of a human skull.
Date:

247      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.40
Description: Cranium of a human skull.
Date:

248      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.41
Description: Human sacrum.
Date:

249      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.42
Description: Cast of human skull.
Date:

250      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.43
Description: Human clavicle.
Date:

251      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.44
Description: Human mandible. One tooth remains in situ.
Date:

252      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.45
Description: Part of human mandible.
Date:




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253      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.46
Description: Pair of human scapula's. Left and right.
Date:

254      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.47
Description: Twenty human ribs.
Date:

255      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.48
Description: Four human long bones.
Date:

256      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.49
Description: Section of human foot. Several bones glued together.
Date:

257      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.50
Description: Section of human foot (?). Several bones tied together with wire.
Date:

258      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.51
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Date:

259      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.52
Description: Twelve human teeth.
Date:

260      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.53
Description: Small fragments of human bone.
Date:

261      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.54
Description: Small fragments of human bone. Includes teeth.
Date:

262      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.55
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

263      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.56
Description:  Cranium of human skull. Has been glued together.
Date:




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264      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.57
Description: Human mandible. Joint ends (condyles) missing
Date:

265      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.58
Description: Human mandible. Joint ends (condyles) missing. One tooth remains in situ.
Date:

266      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.59
Description: Part of human mandible.
Date:

267      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.60
Description: Several small fragments of human bone. Stored in sawdust.
Date:

268      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.61
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

269      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.62
Description: Large fragment of human skull.
Date:

270      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.63
Description: Large fragment of human skull.
Date:

271      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.64
Description: Large fragment of human skull.
Date:

272      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.65
Description: Large fragment of human skull.
Date:

273      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.66
Description: Large fragment of human skull.
Date:

274      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.67
Description:  Large fragment of human skull.
Date:




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275      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.68
Description: Large fragment of human skull with one eye socket.
Date:

276      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.69
Description: Top of the cranium of a human skull. Small (child's?).
Date:

277      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.70
Description: Two pieces of human skull.
Date:

278      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.71
Description: Four pieces of human bone (probably skull) and one human tooth.
Date:

279      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.72
Description: Human skull. The mandible has been sellotaped to the cranium ?!?
Date:

280      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.73
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

281      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.74
Description: Four human clavicles.
Date:

282      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.75
Description: Six human manbiles.
Date:

283      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.76
Description: Nine pieces of human vertabrae (includes thoracic, cervical and lumbar).
Date:

284      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.77
Description: Proximal end of a human femur.
Date:

285      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.78
Description:  Selection of human teeth. Approx. 22.
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286      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.79
Description: Fifteen fragments of human mandible. All broken.
Date:

287      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.80
Description: Selection of carpels/tarsels. Possibly not human.
Date:

288      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.81
Description: Selection of carpels/tarsels. Possibly not human.
Date:

289      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.82
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

290      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.83
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

291      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.84
Description: Human skull. No mandible. Three teeth remin in situ in the upper jaw.
Date:

292      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.85
Description: Human mandible. Broken parts have been filled in with cast.
Date:

293      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.86
Description: Half a human mandible.
Date:

294      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.87
Description: Various pieces of human bone. Includes one rib, several teeth and skull fragments.
Date:

295      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.88
Description: Cranium of human skull with one eye socket.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Malta
Date:

296      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.89
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:




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297      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.90
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

298      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.91
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

299      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.92
Description: Human mandible. Seven teeth remain situ.
Date:

300      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.93
Description: Fragments of human bone and teeth.
Date:

301      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.94
Description: Human mandible.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Isle of Man
Date:

302      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.95
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Date:

303      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.96
Description: Cranium and mandible of human skull. The mandible has been packed with cork and a gluey/varnish like
              substance.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Date:

304      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.97
Description: Cranium of human skull. Contains many broken pieces.
Date:

305      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.98
Description: Cranium of human skull. In two pieces.
Date:

306      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.99
Description: Cranium of human skull. Large part missing.
Date:




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307      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.100
Description: Cranium of human skull. Bronze Age.
Pochin, H. D.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

308      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.101
Description:  Cranium of human skull. Bronze Age.
Pochin, H. D.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

309      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.102
Description: Pair of human tibias. Bronze Age.
Pochin, H. D.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

310      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.103
Description: Human femur. Bronze Age.
Pochin, H. D.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

311      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.104
Description: Human femur.
Date:

312      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.105
Description: Human femur.
Date:

313      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.106
Description: Human humerus.
Date:

314      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.107
Description: Pair of human tibia's.
Date:

315      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.108
Description: Human pelvis. Both ox coxae.
Date:

316      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.109
Description: Human humerus. Pair.
Date:


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317      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.110
Description: One ox coxae of human pelvis.
Date:

318      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.111
Description: One ox coxae of human pelvis.
Date:

319      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.112
Description: Human clavicle.
Date:

320      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.113
Description: Human clavicle.
Date:

321      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.114
Description: Human humerus. Pair. One of the heads has broken away.
Date:

322      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.115
Description: Pair of human femur's. Both have been fixed from original breaks at the centre of the bone shaft. One has since
              come apart again.
Date:

323      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.116
Description: One human femur.
Date:

324      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.117
Description:  Pair of human tibia's.
Date:

325      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.118
Description:  Pair of human ulna's.
Date:

326      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.119
Description:  Human radius. Pair.
Date:

327      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.120
Description:  Human fibula.
Date:




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328      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.121
Description: Human pelvis. Both ox coxae. One is broken into two.
Date:

329      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.122
Description: Unidentified bone. Possibly not human.
Date:

330      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.123
Description: Three pieces of unidentified bone.
Date:

331      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.124
Description: Cranium of human skull. Bronze Age.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

332      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.125
Description: Cranium of human skull. Bronze Age.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

333      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.126
Description: Human mandible. Three teeth remain in situ. Bronze Age.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

334      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.127
Description: Human mandible. Seven teeth remain in situ. Bronze Age.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Flintshire, Prestatyn, Gop, Gop Cave
Date:

335      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.128
Description:  Cranium of human skull. In several pieces.
Date:

336      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.129
Description: Cranium of human skull. The top has been sliced off.
Date:

337      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.130
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:




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338      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.131
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Date:

339      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.132
Description: Human skull. Broken into several pieces (see notes).
Date:

340      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.133
Description: Human skull. Broken into several pieces (see notes).
Date:

341      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.134
Description: Human skull. Broken into several pieces (see notes).
Date:

342      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.135
Description: Four fragments of a human skull.
Date:

343      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.136
Description: Human skull. Broken into several pieces (see notes).
Date:

344      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.137
Description: Human cranium. Three pieces. One tooth.
Date:

345      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.138
Description: Human cranium. The top has been sliced off. One piece of this remains.
Date:

346      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.139
Description: Piece of human cranium.
Date:

347      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.140
Description: Ten unidentified bones. Probably animal.
Date:

348      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.141
Description:  Human pelvis. Both os coxae. The number 3193 is written on both (see notes).
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349      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.142
Description: Human pelvis. One os coxae. The number 3257 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

350      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.143
Description: Human pelvis. One os coxae. The number 3256 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

351      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.144
Description: Human scapula. The number 3256 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

352      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.145
Description: Human sternum The number 3258 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

353      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.146
Description: Half a human mandible. The number 3252 is written on the bone (see notes).
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

354      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.147
Description: Half a human mandible. The number 3252 is written on the bone (see notes).
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

355      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.148
Description:  Part of a human mandible. The number 3253 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

356      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.149
Description:  Part of a human mandible. The number 3184 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

357      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.150
Description: Part of a human mandible. There is a number written on the bone, this, however, is indecipherable.
Date:

358      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.151
Description: Part of a human mandible and maxilla. The number 2649 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:




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359      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.152
Description: Part of a human mandible. The number 3194 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

360      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.153
Description: Part of a human mandible. The number 3253 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

361      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.154
Description: Lumbar vertebrae - human. The number 3254 is written on the bone (see notes).
Date:

362      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.155
Description: Cervical [?] vertebrae - human.
Date:

363      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.156
Description: Two pieces of thoracic [?] vertebrae - human.
Date:

364      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.157
Description: Part of human sacrum. The number 3180 is written on the bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

365      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.158
Description: Part of human sacrum. The number 3253 is written on the bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

366      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.159
Description: Part of human sacrum. The number 3190 is written on the bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

367      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.160
Description: Part of human sacrum. The number 3190 is written on the bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

368      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.161
Description: Part of human sacrum. The number 3190 is written on the bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:




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369      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.162
Description: Section of human mandible and maxilla.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

370      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.163
Description:  Part of human mandible.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

371      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.164
Description:  Part of a human mandible. Five teeth remain in situ.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

372      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.165
Description:  Part of human mandible. Five teeth remain in situ.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Wales, Snowdonia, Perthi
Date:

373      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.166
Description:  Human femur.
Date:

374      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.167
Description:  Human femur.
Date:

375      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.168
Description:  Half of a human femur. Distal end. Broken into two.
Date:

376      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.169
Description:  Human femur.
Date:

377      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.170
Description: Human femur. Has been repaired at the shaft.
Date:

378      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.171
Description: Half of a human femur. Proximal end.
Date:




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379      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.172
Description: Distal end of human humerus.
Date:

380      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.173
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

381      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.174
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

382      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.175
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

383      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.176
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

384      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.177
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

385      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.178
Description: Human radius (?).
Date:

386      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.179
Description: Human ulna.
Date:

387      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.180
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Date:

388      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.181
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Date:

389      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.182
Description:  Cranium of human skull. Roman.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lincolnshire, VC53 or VC54, Lincoln
Date:




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390      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.183
Description: Cranium of human skull. Malformed - long and stretched in shape.
Date:

391      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.184
Description: Human femur.
Date:

392      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.185
Description: Human femur.
Date:

393      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.186
Description: Human femur.
Date:

394      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.187
Description: Human femur.
Date:

395      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.188
Description: Proximal end of human femur.
Date:

396      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.189
Description: Proximal end of human femur.
Date:

397      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.190
Description: Distal end of human femur.
Date:

398      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.191
Description: Human humerus.
Date:

399      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.192
Description: Human humerus.
Date:

400      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.193
Description:  Human humerus.
Date:




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401      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.194
Description: Human humerus.
Date:

402      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.195
Description: Human ulna.
Date:

403      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.196
Description: Human radius.
Date:

404      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.197
Description: Human radius.
Date:

405      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.198
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

406      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.199
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

407      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.200
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

408      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.201
Description: Human tibia.
Date:

409      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.202
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Date:

410      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.203
Description: Ten fragments of long bone.
Date:

411      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.204
Description:  Human humerus. Female.
Geograpic origin: Oceania, Australia, New South Wales
Date:




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412      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.205
Description: Human femur. Female.
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, New South Wales
Date:

413      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.206
Description:  Human bone. Metatarsel ?
Date:

414      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.208
Description: Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

415      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.209
Description:  Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

416      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.210
Description: Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

417      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.211
Description: Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

418      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.212
Description: Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

419      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.213
Description:  Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:




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420      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.214
Description: Human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

421      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.215
Description:  Distal end of human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

422      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.216
Description: Distal end of human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

423      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.217
Description: Distal end of human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

424      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.218
Description: Distal end of human femur. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

425      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.219
Description:  Human ulna. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

426      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.220
Description: Human ulna. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

427      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.221
Description: Human ulna. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:



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428      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.222
Description: Human ulna. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

429      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.223
Description:  Human radius. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

430      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.224
Description: Human radius. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

431      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.225
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

432      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.226
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

433      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.227
Description:  Human tibia. One end is missing. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

434      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.228
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

435      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.229
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
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436      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.230
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

437      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.231
Description:  Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

438      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.232
Description: Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

439      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.234
Description: Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

440      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.235
Description: Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

441      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.236
Description:  Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

442      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.237
Description: Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

443      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.238
Description: Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
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444      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.239
Description: Human humerus. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

445      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.240
Description:  Human humerus. No head. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

446      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.241
Description: Human humerus. No head. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

447      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.242
Description: Half a human humerus. Distal end. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

448      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.243
Description: Half a human humerus. Proximal end. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

449      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.244
Description:  Half a human femur. Proximal end. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

450      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.245
Description: Quarter of a human femur. Proximal end. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

451      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.246
Description: Human tibia. Child's? Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:



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452      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.247
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

453      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.248
Description:  Human tibia. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

454      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.249
Description: 23 fragments of long bone. Neolithic.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

455      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.250
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

456      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.251
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

457      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.252
Description: Proximal end of human femur.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
Date:

458      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.253
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
Date:

459      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.254
Description: Unidentified human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
Date:

460      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.255
Description: Human bone. Unidentified.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
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461      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.256
Description: Human ulna. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

462      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.257
Description: Human ulna. Broken. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

463      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.258
Description: Distal end of human femur. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

464      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.259
Description: Human tibia. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

465      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.260
Description: Human tibia. Broken at proximal end. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

466      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.261
Description: Distal end of human humeus. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

467      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.262
Description: Human humeus. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

468      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.263
Description: Proximal end of human radius. Neolithic. (see notes.
Date:

469      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.264
Description: Proximal end of human radius. Neolithic. (see notes.
Date:

470      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.265
Description: Distal end of human tibia. Neolithic. (see notes)
Date:

471      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.266
Description:  Five broken pieces of long bone. Neolithic. (see notes).
Date:




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472      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.267
Description: Ten human teeth.
Date:

473      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.268
Description: Human mandible. No teeth. (see notes).
Date:

474      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.269
Description: Top section of human cranium.
Date:

475      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.270
Description: Cranium of human skull. Excellent condition.
Date:

476      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.271
Description: Half a human mandible. Left hand side. Three teeth remain in situ.
Date:

477      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.272
Description: Part of a human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Date:

478      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.273
Description: Part of a human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Date:

479      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.274
Description: Lower part of maxilla. 12 teeth remain in situ.
Date:

480      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.275
Description: Lower part of maxilla. 8 teeth remain in situ.
Date:

481      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.276
Description: Lower part of maxilla. 5 teeth remain in situ.
Date:

482      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.277
Description:  Lower part of maxilla. 10 teeth remain in situ.
Date:




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483      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.278
Description: Twenty-two human teeth.
Date:

484      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.279
Description: Three small fragments of human bone.
Date:

485      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.280
Description: Fragment of human jawbone. Two teeth remaining in situ.
Date:

486      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.281
Description: Human skull. Broken into several pieces.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Yorkshire, Malton
Date:

487      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.282
Description: Unidentified human (?) bone. Metatarsel ?
Date:

488      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.283
Description: Human mandible. In two parts. One tooth remains in situ. There is a spring on each end of the mandible, this
              would have originally connected the jawbone to its cranium.
Date:

489      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.284
Description: Piece of human cranium.
Date:

490      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.285
Description: Human sacrum.
Date:

491      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.286
Description: Human mandible. Holds complete set of 16 lower teeth.
Date:

492      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.287
Description:  Human mandible. The right hand side is missing. Four teeth remain in situ.
Date:

493      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.288
Description:  Part of a human mandible. One tooth remaining.
Date:




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494      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.289
Description: Four fragments of human bone.
Date:

495      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.290
Description: Unidentified human (?) bone. Metatarsel ?
Date:

496      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.291
Description: Fourteen human teeth.
Date:

497      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.292
Description: Half a human radius. Please see notes.
Jones, Prof. G D B (Field Collection)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Greater Manchester, Manchester, Fennel St
Date:

498      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.293
Description: Various bones and teeth. All labelled 'SM'.
Lower Mosley Street School
Date:

499      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.294
Description:  Human sacrum.
Date:

500      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.295
Description: Human sternum.
Date:

501      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.296
Description: Eight human vertebrae.
Date:

502      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.297
Description: Human sacrum.
Date:

503      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.298
Description: Three human vertebrae (see notes).
Date:

504      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.299
Description: One cervical vertebrae.
Date:



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505      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.300
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Date:

506      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.301
Description: Human cranium.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Greece, Crete, Zakros
Date:

507      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.302
Description: Human cranium.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Greece, Crete, Zakros
Date:

508      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.303
Description:  Human cranium.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Greece, Crete, Zakros
Date:

509      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.304
Description:  Human mandible.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Greece, Crete, Zakros
Date:

510      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.305
Description:  Human maxilla.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Greece, Crete, Zakros
Date:

511      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.306
Description:  Fragments of human skull.
Geograpic origin: Europe, Greece, Crete, Zakros
Date:

512      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.307
Description: Fragments of human skull. Includes cranium and mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

513      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.308
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:




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514      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.309
Description: Distal end of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

515      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.310
Description:  Fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

516      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.311
Description: Fragments of human mandibles. Some include teeth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

517      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.312
Description: Human teeth. Approx. 35.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

518      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.313
Description: Fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

519      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.314
Description:  Fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

520      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.315
Description: Fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

521      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.316
Description: Human mandible. Thirteen teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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522      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.317
Description: Fragment of human mandible. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

523      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.318
Description:  Fragment of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

524      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.319
Description: Fragment of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

525      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.320
Description: Fragment of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

526      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.321
Description: Piece of human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

527      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.322
Description:  Piece of human mandible. Two teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

528      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.323
Description: Piece of human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

529      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.324
Description: Fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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530      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.325
Description: Head of a human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

531      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.326
Description:  Part of a human mandible. Nine teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

532      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.327
Description: Part of a human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

533      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.328
Description: Part of a human mandible. Eleven teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

534      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.329
Description: Piece of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

535      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.330
Description:  Piece of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

536      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.331
Description: Piece of human mandible. Two teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

537      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.332
Description: Piece of human mandible. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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538      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.333
Description: Piece of human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

539      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.334
Description:  Piece of human mandible. Eight teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

540      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.335
Description: Piece of human mandible. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

541      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.336
Description: Human maxilla with part of eye socket. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

542      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.337
Description: Human maxilla with part of eye socket. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

543      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.338
Description:  Human maxilla. Left hand side. Six teeth remaining.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

544      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.339
Description: Human maxilla. Two teeth remaining.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

545      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.340
Description: A human lumbar vertebrae.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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546      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.341
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

547      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.342
Description:  Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

548      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.343
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

549      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.344
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

550      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.345
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

551      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.346
Description:  Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

552      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.347
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

553      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.348
Description: Brow fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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554      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.349
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

555      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.350
Description:  Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

556      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.351
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

557      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.352
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

558      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.353
Description: Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

559      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.354
Description:  Large fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

560      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.355
Description: Several fragments of human cranium. Please note these are not neccesarily from the same skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

561      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.356
Description: Piece of human mandible. Three teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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562      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.357
Description: Four pieces of human vertebrae.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

563      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.358
Description:  Sample bag of small human bone fragments. Includes one tooth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

564      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.359
Description: Half a human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

565      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.360
Description: Half of a human mandible. Right hand side. Three teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

566      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.361
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

567      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.362
Description:  Shattered pieces of bone, Bag includes soil and paper.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

568      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.363
Description: Part of human mandible. Eight teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

569      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.364
Description: Part of human mandible. Fourteen teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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570      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.365
Description: Part of a human mandible. No teeth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

571      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.366
Description:  Fragment of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

572      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.367
Description: Fragment of human mandible. Eight teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

573      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.368
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

574      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.369
Description: Human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

575      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.370
Description:  Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

576      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.371
Description: Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

577      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.372
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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578      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.373
Description: Human ulna. Incomplete.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

579      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.374
Description:  Human sacrum.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

580      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.375
Description: Part of human ox coxae.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

581      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.376
Description: Part of human ox coxae.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

582      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.377
Description: Human mandible. Two teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

583      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.378
Description:  Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

584      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.379
Description: Four lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

585      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.380
Description: Brow fragment of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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586      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.381
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

587      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.382
Description:  Large fragment of cranium. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

588      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.383
Description: Part of human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

589      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.384
Description: Fragment of cranium. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

590      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.385
Description: Six small fragments of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

591      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.386
Description:  Five human vertebrae.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

592      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.387
Description: Mixed bag of unidentified human bone. Includes one tooth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

593      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.388
Description: Part of human maxilla. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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594      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.389
Description: Part of human maxilla. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

595      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.390
Description:  Eight fragments of human cranium. Appear to be from the same skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

596      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.391
Description: Human skull. No mandible.
Date:

597      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.392
Description: Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

598      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.393
Description: Human skull. In several pieces. Romano-British.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Oxfordshire, Bampton
Date:

599      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.394
Description: Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

600      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.395
Description: Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

601      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.396
Description:  Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:




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602      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.397
Description: Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

603      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.398
Description:  Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

604      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.399
Description: Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

605      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.400
Description: Human fibula.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

606      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.401
Description: Four fragments of human cranium.
Date:

607      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.402
Description: Two human teeth.
Date:

608      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.403
Description: Small fragments of human bone (cremated?). Label states they are the contents of a tumulus. Bronze Age.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Derbyshire, Castleton
Date:

609      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.404
Description: Various human bones, including skull. Appear to be from one skeleton. Excavated from a collapsed cave.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Derbyshire, Castleton, Tray Cliff
Date:

610      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.405
Description:  Human sacrum.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:


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611      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.406
Description: Human vertabrae.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

612      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.407
Description:  Human vertabrae.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

613      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.408
Description:  Human pelvic fragments.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

614      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.409
Description:  Five broken pieces of human long bones.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

615      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.410
Description:  Left metatarsels and phalanges. Human.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

616      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.411
Description: Right metatarsels and phalanges. Human.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

617      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.412
Description: Metacarpels ? Human.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

618      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.413
Description: Human tibia (child's?).
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

619      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.414
Description: Human humerus.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:




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620      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.415
Description: Sample bag of mixed human bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

621      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.416
Description:  Unidentified human bone (possibly animal ?).
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

622      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.417
Description:  Six fragments of human cranium.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

623      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.418
Description:  Three fragments of human long bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

624      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.419
Description:  Human skull; no mandible.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

625      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.420
Description: Fragment of human pelvis.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Burnley, Everage Clough
Date:

626      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.421
Description: Human mandible.
Date:

627      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.422
Description: Human scapula (left).
Date:

628      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.423
Description:  Fragment of human cranium.
Date:

629      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.424
Description:  Fragment of human cranium.
Date:




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630      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.425
Description: Two small fragments of human cranium.
Date:

631      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.426
Description: Human mandible in two pieces. Added springs which once held the jawbone to its cranium are still atttached.
Date:

632      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.427
Description: Human mandible in two pieces. Five teeth remain in situ.
Date:

633      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.428
Description: Human skull (incomplete); frontal part of cranium with left eye orbit.
Date:

634      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.429
Description: Three pieces of unidentified human (?) bone.
Date:

635      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.430
Description: Eight human veretbrae. Six are cervical vertebrae, two are thoracic. They have been threaded onto a piece of
              string.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

636      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.431
Description: Three lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

637      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.432
Description: Four bones from the left foot. Human.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

638      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.434
Description: Five bones from the right foot. Human.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

639      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.435
Description: Four human ribs.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:




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640      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.436
Description: Human radius. No distal end.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

641      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.437
Description:  Human radius. No distal end.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

642      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.438
Description:  Human radius. No distal end.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

643      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.439
Description:  Human clavicle.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

644      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.440
Description:  Human clavicle.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

645      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.441
Description: Human tibia (child's ?).
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

646      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.442
Description: Human femur. In two pieces.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

647      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.443
Description: The shaft of a human femur.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

648      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.445
Description: Proximal end of a human tibia. Very large? Possibly animal?
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:




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649      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.446
Description: Proximal end of human humerus.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

650      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.447
Description:  End condyles of human humerus.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

651      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.448
Description:  Proximal end of human tibia.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

652      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.449
Description:  Shaft of human long bone, probably femur.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

653      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.450
Description:  Twelve fragments of unidentified human bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, Lancashire, Blackrod, Blackrod Castle
Date:

654      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.451
Description: Contents of a cremation urn; earth, bones, stone, ash, etc.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Cheshire, Macclesfield
Date:

655      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.452
Description: Three fragments of human pelvis.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

656      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.453
Description: Fragment of human mandible. Probably belongs to skull AUA.454.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

657      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.454
Description: Human skull; consisting of several large fragments of cranium. AUA 453 is probably it's mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:


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658      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.455
Description: Human cranium. No mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

659      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.456
Description:  Human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

660      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.457
Description: Human mandible. Eight teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

661      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.458
Description: Human mandible. No teeth remaining.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

662      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.459
Description: Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

663      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.460
Description:  Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

664      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.461
Description: Unidentfiied human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

665      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.462
Description: Human vertebrae x 2.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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666      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.463
Description: Five fragments of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

667      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.464
Description:  Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

668      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.465
Description: Shaft of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

669      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.466
Description: Distal half of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

670      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.467
Description: Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

671      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.468
Description:  Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

672      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.469
Description: Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

673      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.470
Description: Proximal end of human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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674      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.471
Description: Human ulna. Has broken end. Stored with bone in sample bag.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

675      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.472
Description:  Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

676      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.473
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

677      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.474
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

678      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.475
Description: Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

679      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.476
Description:  Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

680      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.477
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

681      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.478
Description: Shaft of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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682      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.479
Description: Proximal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

683      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.480
Description:  Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

684      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.481
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

685      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.482
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

686      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.483
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

687      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.484
Description:  Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

688      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.485
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

689      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.486
Description: Head of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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690      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.487
Description: Head of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

691      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.488
Description:  Head of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

692      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.489
Description: Head of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

693      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.490
Description: Condyle end of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

694      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.491
Description: Condyle end of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

695      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.492
Description:  Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

696      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.493
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

697      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.494
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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698      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.495
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

699      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.496
Description:  Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

700      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.497
Description: Seven fragments of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

701      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.498
Description: Three fragments of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

702      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.499
Description: Sample bag of mixed human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

703      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.500
Description: Six pieces of human bone. Stored in original envelope. Left in envelope as may be reason these bones have
              been selected and puropsely stored together ?
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

704      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.501
Description:  Loose fragments of human bone from bottom of original storage box.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:




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705      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.502
Description: Human femur. The head has broken away and is stored seperately in a plastic bag.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

706      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.503
Description:  Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

707      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.504
Description: Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

708      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.505
Description: Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

709      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.506
Description: Head of a human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

710      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.507
Description:  Head of a human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

711      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.508
Description: Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

712      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.509
Description: Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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713      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.510
Description: Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

714      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.511
Description:  Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

715      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.512
Description: Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

716      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.513
Description: Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

717      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.514
Description: Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

718      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.515
Description:  Small piece of long bone. Unidentified. Most likely fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

719      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.516
Description: Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

720      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.517
Description: Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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721      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.518
Description: Human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

722      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.519
Description:  Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

723      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.520
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

724      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.521
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

725      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.522
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

726      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.523
Description:  Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

727      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.524
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

728      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.525
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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729      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.526
Description: Shaft of human tibia ?
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

730      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.527
Description:  Distal end of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

731      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.528
Description: Shaft of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

732      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.529
Description: Shaft of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

733      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.530
Description: Proximal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

734      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.531
Description:  Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

735      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.532
Description: Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

736      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.533
Description: Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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737      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.534
Description: Proximal end of human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

738      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.535
Description:  Proximal end of human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

739      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.536
Description: Proximal end of human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

740      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.537
Description: Shaft of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

741      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.538
Description: Shaft of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

742      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.539
Description:  Shaft of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

743      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.540
Description: Shaft of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

744      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.541
Description: Human skull. Cranium, no mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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745      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.542
Description: Frontal section of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

746      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.543
Description:  Cranium of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

747      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.544
Description: Human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

748      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.545
Description: Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

749      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.546
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

750      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.547
Description:  Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

751      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.548
Description: Various fragments of human bones.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

752      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.549
Description: Head of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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753      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.550
Description: Condyles of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

754      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.551
Description:  Proximal end of tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

755      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.552
Description: Proximal end of fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

756      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.553
Description: Distal end of human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

757      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.554
Description: Distal end of human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

758      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.555
Description:  Human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

759      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.556
Description: Shaft of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

760      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.557
Description: Cranium of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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761      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.558
Description: Fragment of cranium. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

762      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.559
Description:  Cranium of human skull. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

763      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.560
Description: Two fragments of cranium. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

764      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.561
Description: Cranium of skull. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

765      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.562
Description: Seven fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

766      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.563
Description:  Section of a shaft of long bone. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

767      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.564
Description: Tiny fragments of human bone. Found loose at the bottom of a box.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

768      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.565
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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769      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.566
Description: Human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

770      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.567
Description:  Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

771      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.568
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

772      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.569
Description: Shaft of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

773      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.570
Description: Distal end of human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

774      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.571
Description:  Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

775      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.572
Description: Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

776      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.573
Description: Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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777      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.574
Description: Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

778      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.575
Description:  Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

779      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.576
Description: Human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

780      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.577
Description: Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

781      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.578
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

782      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.579
Description:  Piece of humerus. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

783      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.580
Description: Distal end of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

784      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.581
Description: Distal end of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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785      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.582
Description: Human radius ?
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

786      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.583
Description:  Distal end of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

787      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.584
Description: Distal end of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

788      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.585
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

789      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.586
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

790      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.587
Description:  Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

791      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.588
Description: Piece of humerus. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

792      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.589
Description: Shaft of human humerus ?
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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793      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.590
Description: Small fragments of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

794      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.591
Description:  Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

795      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.592
Description: Proximal end of human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

796      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.593
Description: Unidentified human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

797      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.594
Description: Fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

798      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.595
Description:  Fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

799      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.596
Description: Fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

800      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.597
Description: Fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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801      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.598
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

802      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.599
Description:  Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

803      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.600
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

804      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.601
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

805      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.602
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

806      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.603
Description:  Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

807      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.604
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

808      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.605
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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809      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.606
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

810      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.607
Description:  Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

811      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.608
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

812      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.609
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

813      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.610
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

814      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.611
Description:  Eighteen human teeth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

815      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.612
Description: Head of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

816      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.613
Description: Distal end of human femur. End only.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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817      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.614
Description: Fragment of human maxilla. Seven teeth in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

818      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.615
Description:  Fragment of human maxilla. Seven teeth in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

819      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.616
Description: Fragment of human maxilla. Seven teeth in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

820      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.617
Description: Fragment of human maxilla. Four teeth in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

821      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.618
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

822      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.619
Description:  Many small fragments of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

823      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.620
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

824      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.621
Description: Human ulna. Proximal end.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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825      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.622
Description: Several fragments of human bone. Includes teeth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

826      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.623
Description:  Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

827      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.624
Description: Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

828      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.625
Description: Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

829      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.626
Description: Two fragments of human cranium. They have been taped together.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

830      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.627
Description:  Proximal end of human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

831      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.628
Description: Two fragments of unidentified human bone. They have been taped together.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

832      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.629
Description: Fragment of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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833      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.630
Description: Fragment of human femur ?
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

834      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.631
Description:  Fragment of human maxilla. One teeth remains in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

835      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.632
Description: Small fragments of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

836      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.633
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

837      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.634
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

838      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.635
Description:  Fragment of human mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

839      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.636
Description: Ten human teeth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

840      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.637
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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841      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.638
Description: Fragment of the shaft of a human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

842      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.639
Description:  Fragment of the shaft of a human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

843      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.640
Description: Cranium of human skull. No mandible.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

844      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.641
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

845      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.642
Description: Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

846      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.643
Description:  Fragment of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

847      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.644
Description: Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

848      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.645
Description: Fragment of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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                                                                                                                                          95
849      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.646
Description: Five fragments of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

850      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.647
Description:  Small fragment of maxilla. Two teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

851      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.648
Description: Small fragment of maxilla. Three teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

852      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.649
Description: Small fragment of maxilla. Five teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

853      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.650
Description: Human rib ?
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

854      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.651
Description:  Fragment of human cranium. From around the orbit.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

855      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.652
Description: Proximal end of human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

856      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.653
Description: Human tooth. Small fragment of the maxilla is still attached.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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857      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.654
Description: Three fragments of unidentifed human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

858      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.655
Description:  Two teeth still attached to small fragment of bone (mandible/maxilla ?).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

859      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.656
Description: Human humerus. The head is missing.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

860      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.657
Description: Human humerus. The head is missing.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

861      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.658
Description: Proximal half of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

862      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.659
Description:  Human radius.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

863      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.660
Description: Human femur. Both ends missing.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

864      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.661
Description: Human fibula. Both ends missing.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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865      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.662
Description: Human fibula. Both ends missing.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

866      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.663
Description:  Shaft of human long bone (several pieces taped together).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

867      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.664
Description: Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

868      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.665
Description: Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

869      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.666
Description: Human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

870      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.667
Description: Several fragments of human cranium. Originally wrapped together, suggesting they are probably from the same
              skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

871      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.668
Description:  Three fragments of human cranium.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:




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872      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.669
Description: Four fragments of human cranium. Originally wrapped together, suggesting they are probably from the same
              skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

873      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.670
Description: Fragment of human mandible. Four teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

874      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.671
Description:  Fragment of human mandible. Three teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

875      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.672
Description: Fragment of human mandible. Three teeth remain in situ.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

876      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.673
Description: Fragment of human skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

877      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.674
Description: Three human teeth.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

878      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.675
Description: Four fragments of human cranium. Originally wrapped together, suggesting they are probably from the same
              skull.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

879      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.676
Description:  Fragments of cremated bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, United Kingdom, Gallowclough Hill
Date:


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880      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.677
Description: Fragments of cremated bone.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom, Gallowclough Hill
Date:

881      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.678
Description:  Fragments of cremated bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, United Kingdom, Gallowclough Hill
Date:

882      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.679
Description:  Fragments of cremated bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, United Kingdom, Gallowclough Hill
Date:

883      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.680
Description:  Fragments of cremated bone.
Geograpic origin: Europe, United Kingdom, Gallowclough Hill
Date:

884      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.681
Description:  Selection of human bones. Appear to be from one individual.
Date:

885      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.682
Description:  Selection of human bones. Appear to be from one individual. Consists of....
              Skull fragments x 35
              Lower jaw x 1
              Rib fragments x 35
              Humerus (partial) x 2
              Ulna x 2
              Radius x 1 (partial x 3)
              Tibia (partial) x 2
              Fibula x 1
              Pelvis fragments x 8
              Verebrae x 24
              Metarcarpels/tarsels/phalanges x 33
Geograpic origin: Europe, England, North Essex, VC19, Colchester
Date:

886      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.683
Description: Four bags, each containing a piece of human femur. These bags are labelled 87/117 - 120 (see notes).
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Shropshire, Whitchurch
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, North Essex, VC19, Colchester
Date:

887      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.684
Description: Distal half of human femur.
Date:




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888      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.685
Description: Distal half of human femur.
Date:

889      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.686
Description: Human humerus.
Date:

890      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.687
Description: Human sacrum.
Date:

891      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.688
Description: Lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Date:

892      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.689
Description: Fragment of vertebrae. Human.
Date:

893      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.690
Description: Fragment of vertebrae. Human.
Date:

894      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.691
Description: Unidentified bone. Animal ?
Date:

895      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.692
Description: Unidentified bone. Animal ?
Date:

896      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.693
Description: Unidentified bone. Animal ?
Date:

897      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.694
Description: Unidentified bone. Animal ?
Date:

898      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.695
Description:  Human metatarsel.
Date:




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899      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.696
Description: Human metatarsel.
Date:

900      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.697
Description: Cranium of a human skull; consists of several pieces, which have been taped together.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

901      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.698
Description:  Human femur. The distal end is missing. Very bad condition.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

902      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.699
Description: Proximal end of human femur. Written on the bone is the number 2(ii).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

903      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.700
Description: Human femur. Very bad condition. Written on the bone is the number 4(i).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

904      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.701
Description: Proximal half of a human femur. Written on the bone in ink, is the number III (v).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

905      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.702
Description:  Shaft of a human femur/tibia ? Written on the bone in ink, is the number III (v).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

906      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.703
Description:  Shaft of a human tibia.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:




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907      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.704
Description: Human humerus. The proximal end is missing.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

908      Archaeology
Accession Number:       AUA.705
Description:  Shaft of human tibia ? Written on the bone in ink, is the number 2 (ii).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

909      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.706
Description: Fragment of the shaft of a long bone. Human.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

910      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.707
Description: Fragment of the shaft of a long bone. Human. Written on the bone in ink, is the number 4(i).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

911      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.708
Description: Fragment of human fibula. Written on the bone in ink, is the number II(ii).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

912      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.709
Description:  Fragment of human fibula. Written on the bone in ink, is the number II(i).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

913      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.710
Description: Distal end of human humerus.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

914      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.711
Description: Distal end of human femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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915      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.712
Description: Proximal half of human radius. Written on the end of the bone is '? No 7'.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

916      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.713
Description:  Proximal half of human fibula.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

917      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.714
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is '?No.7'.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

918      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.715
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is the number II.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

919      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.716
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is the number II(ii).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

920      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.717
Description:  Unidentified fragment of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is the number III (Y).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

921      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.718
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is the number III (Y).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

922      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.719
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is the number IV (i).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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923      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.720
Description: Fragment of human tibia ? Distal end ?. Written on the bone in ink, is 2 (iii).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

924      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.721
Description:  Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

925      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.722
Description: Small fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

926      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.723
Description: Small fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

927      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.724
Description: Small fragment of a human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

928      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.725
Description:  Proximal end of human ulna.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

929      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.726
Description: Five small fragments of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

930      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.727
Description: Fragment of human long bone. Written on the bone is IV (ii).
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:



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931      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.728
Description: Fragment of human long bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

932      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.729
Description:  Human radius ? Half of shaft.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

933      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.730
Description: Ten small fragments of human bone.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

934      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.731
Description: Unidentified piece of human bone. Written on the bone in ink, is the number II.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

935      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.732
Description: Fragment of human long bone. Probably femur.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

936      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.733
Description:  Small fragment of human bone.Written on the bone in ink, is the number VIII.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

937      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.734
Description: Several fragments of human bone; they consist of a piece of human cranium, part of a mandible and four
              vertebrae.
Date:

938      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.735
Description:  Several fragments of human bone. They are all labelled with the number 10 (written on the bone in ink).
Date:




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939      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.736
Description: Ten small fragments of human bone.
Date:

940      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.737
Description: Several small fragments of human bone; inlcudes cranium, teeth and mandible.
Date:

941      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.738
Description: Twenty three small fragments of human bone.
Date:

942      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.739
Description: Eleven fragments of human bone, mostly skull. Includes two teeth.
Date:

943      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.740
Description: Several small fragments of human skull, plus two teeth.
Date:

944      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.741
Description: Human sacrum. Written on the bone, in ink, is the letter 'Y'.
Date:

945      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.742
Description: Human os coxae. Written on the bone, in ink, is the letter 'Y'.
Date:

946      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.743
Description: Human os coxae. Written on the bone, in ink, is the letter 'O'.
Date:

947      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.744
Description: Large fragment of human os coxae. Written on the bone, in ink, is 'II'.
Date:

948      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.745
Description: Human sacrum.
Date:

949      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.746
Description:  Fragment of human os coxae. Written on the bone, in ink, is the number '10'.
Date:




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950      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.747
Description: Fragment of human os coxae.
Date:

951      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.748
Description: Fragment of human os coxae. Written on the bone, in ink, is the number '10'.
Date:

952      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.749
Description: Lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Date:

953      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.750
Description: Lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Date:

954      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.751
Description: Lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Date:

955      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.752
Description: Thoracic vertebrae. Human.
Date:

956      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.753
Description: Thoracic vertebrae. Human.
Date:

957      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.754
Description: Thoracic vertebrae. Human.
Date:

958      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.755
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

959      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.756
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

960      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.757
Description:  Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:




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961      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.758
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

962      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.759
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

963      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.760
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

964      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.761
Description: Fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

965      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.762
Description: Os coxae. Human.
Date:

966      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.763
Description: Thoracic vertebrae. Human.
Date:

967      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.764
Description: Lumbar vertebrae. Human.
Date:

968      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.765
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

969      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.766
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

970      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.767
Description: Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

971      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.768
Description:  Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:




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972      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.769
Description: Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

973      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.770
Description: Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

974      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.771
Description: Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

975      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.772
Description: Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

976      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.773
Description: Large fragment of os coxae. Human.
Date:

977      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.774
Description: Fragment of human rib.
Date:

978      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.775
Description: Fragment of human rib.
Date:

979      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.776
Description: Fragment of human rib.
Date:

980      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.777
Description: Fragment of human rib.
Date:

981      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.778
Description: Fragment of human rib.
Date:

982      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.779
Description:  Fragment of human rib.
Date:




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983      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.780
Description: Fragment of human rib.
Date:

984      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.781
Description: Human metatarsal.
Date:

985      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.782
Description: Human metatarsal/carpel.
Date:

986      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.783
Description: Human metatarsal/carpel.
Date:

987      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.784
Description: Human metatarsal/carpel.
Date:

988      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.785
Description: Human metatarsal/carpel.
Date:

989      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.786
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

990      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.787
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

991      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.788
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

992      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.789
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

993      Archaeology
Accession Number:      AUA.790
Description:  Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:




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994      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.791
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

995      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.792
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

996      Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.793
Description: Unidentified fragment of human bone.
Date:

997      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.794
Description: Fragment of human rib ?
Date:

998      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.795
Description: Very small fragment of unidentified human bone.
Date:

999      Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.796
Description: Very small fragment of unidentified human bone.
Date:

1,000    Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.797
Description: Very small fragment of unidentified human bone.
Date:

1,001    Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.798
Description: Very small fragment of unidentified human bone.
Date:

1,002    Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.799
Description: Cast of human skull in many pieces. Please see notes.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, France, Dordogne, Combe Capelle
Date:

1,003    Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.800
Description: Small fragment of calcified bone. Human ? See notes.
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Tunisia, Souse, Christian Catacombs
Date:




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1,004    Archaeology
Accession Number:    AUA.801
Description: Large box of human bone fragments. Many are stored in old brittle enevelopes.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

1,005    Archaeology
Accession Number:     AUA.802
Description:  Large box of human bone fragments. Many are stored in old brittle enevelopes.
Varley, W. J.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, United Kingdom
Date:

1,006    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.2649
Description: Cranium of human skull. Neolithic. (Please see notes).
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

1,007    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.2650
Description: Cranium of human skull. Broken into several pieces. Has been crudely repaired with wire. Neolithic.
Geograpic origin:        Perthi, Chwareu, North Wales
Date:

1,008    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.2651
Description: Cranium of human skull. Neolithic. (Please see notes).
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

1,009    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.2652
Description: Human longbones x 3 femora (additional long bone added 28/10/1896). Neolithic. Please see notes.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

1,010    Archaeology
Accession Number:       P.2653
Description:  Human longbones x 4 femora. Neolithic. (Please see notes).
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

1,011    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.3152 (Archaeology)
Description: Long bones x 12.
Geograpic origin:        England, Cambridgeshire, Cambridgeshire Fens
Date:




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1,012    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.3163
Description: Human bone fragments x 4.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, Norfolk, Swaffham Fen
Date:

1,013    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.3164
Description:  Abnormal human femora x 2.
Geograpic origin: Lyddyn Bleiddyn, Wales
Date:

1,014    Archaeology
Accession Number:       P.3165
Description:  Left human femur (child's.)
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Cavern
Date:

1,015    Archaeology
Accession Number:     P.3180
Description: Selection of human bones. Broken.
Date:

1,016    Archaeology
Accession Number:      P.3181
Description:  Selection of human bones.
Geograpic origin: England, Yorkshire, Cowlam
Date:

1,017    Archaeology
Accession Number:     P.3191
Description: Selection of human bone. Neolithic.
Geograpic origin:        Europe, UK, Gwynedd, Perthi Chwareu Cave
Date:

1,018    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.3192
Description: Human long bones x 22. Neolithic. (Please see notes)
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William
Geograpic origin:        Europe, Wales, Denbighshire, Cefn Tumulus
Date:

1,019    Archaeology
Accession Number:     P.3252
Description: Selection of human bone. Neolithic.
Date:

1,020    Archaeology
Accession Number:    P.4224
Description: Human cranium.
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William (21/11/1902)
Geograpic origin:        Europe, England, River Thames, Mortlake
Date:




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1,021    Archaeology
Accession Number:      P.4410
Description: Skull of a child - known as "Mother Grundy's Baby".
Boyd Dawkins, Prof. Sir William (July 1967)
Geograpic origin:        England, Derbyshire, Creswell Crags, Mother Grundy's Parlour
Date:

1,022    Egyptology
Accession Number:    50.1928
Description:  Mummy of Paketta.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,023    Egyptology
Accession Number:     253
Description:  Head of an infant.
Kennard, H Martyn (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Kahun (el-Lahun)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,024    Egyptology
Accession Number:     554
Description: Three locks of human hair, each tied together at one end. Possibly for use as a hairpiece, or for a magical ritual.
Haworth, Mr Jesse (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Gurob (Kom Medinet Ghurab)
Date: New Kingdom (Dyn. 18-19)
Collector: Flinders Petrie, Sir William Matthew

1,025    Egyptology
Accession Number:      705
Description: Human hair, from a burial; found together with objects 706 and 707. This is said to be natural hair, although it is
              very short and straight; excavators reported that the body also wore a dark wig, which is not preserved in this
              museum.
Haworth, Mr Jesse (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Gurob (Kom Medinet Ghurab)
Date: New Kingdom (Dyn. 18-19)
Collector: Flinders Petrie, Sir William Matthew

1,026    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1196
Description:   Fringe of curled human hair, with braided border.
Egypt Exploration Fund (Donation, 1889-1904)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Abydos
Date: Early Dynastic (Dyn. 1)

1,027    Egyptology
Accession Number:        1197
Description:   Part of a wig, with human hair and false hair, styled with a fringe.
Egypt Exploration Fund (Donation, 1899-1904)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Abydos
Date: New Kingdom (Dyn. 18)

1,028    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1198
Description: Part of a wig or hairpiece, made of human hair.
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Abydos
Date: New Kingdom (Dyn. 18)


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1,029    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1707
Description: Four plaits of human hair, possibly from a wig or hairpiece.
Egypt Exploration Fund (Donation, 1898-1899)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Diospolis Parva (Hiw)
Date: Second Intermediate Period

1,030    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1765.a
Description:  Mummified right hand, completely unwrapped; well preserved.

                  1765.b = linen
                  1765.c = faience 'eye' bead
Date:

1,031    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1766.a
Description:  The mummy of an adult female, aged around 20. Wrapped in linen and fitted with a linen-and-plaster mummy
              mask. The front of the mask is gilded and shows the deceased woman with a Roman hairstyle, which dates the
              mask to the mid-1st century AD. She wears a veil covering the back of her head, and a contemporary-style dress
              with two black stripes (clavi) down the front. Her elaborate jewellery includes disc-shaped earrings; a necklace
              and armlets inlaid with green glass or stones; and snake bracelets on both wrists. The back of the mask is
              painted with a protective winged vulture. On either side of the vulture's head are two columns of hieroglyphs,
              reading 'the mother of eternity (?)' and 'life established for eternity'.

              Linen-and-plaster footcase stored separately (1766.b). Originally, the lower body would have been wrapped in a
              painted linen shroud, which was lost at some point before the mummy arrived in the Museum.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum
Date: Roman Egypt

1,032    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1767
Description: Mummy of a man, with a painted shroud wrapping the lower body, a painted and gilded plaster mask covering
              the upper body, and a mummy portrait set into the face of the mask. The portrait is painted in encaustic (hot wax)
              on a thin wooden panel, and this is the only surviving example of a portrait set into a mummy mask.

              The portrait depicts a man with dark curly hair, a full beard, and a light mustache. The appearance and hairstyle
              of the portrait suggests a date sometime around the reign of Hadrian, c. 117 to 138 AD.
              The mummy mask was made by shaping linen and wet plaster (called cartonnage), letting it dry and harden, and
              then painting and gilding the surface. The mask depicts the deceased man wearing a white tunic, with a white
              mantle wrapped around his body and drawn up over his head. His hands are gilded, and his left hand holds a
              green funerary wreath. On the back of the mask are Egyptian scenes relating to the afterlife.
              The linen shroud on the lower half of the body is also painted with Egyptian scenes relating to the afterlife.
Haworth, Mr Jesse (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum
Date: Roman Egypt

1,033    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1768
Description: Wrapped mummy of a young man, with a mummy portrait. The wrappings of the mummy are criss-crossed in a
              diamond-shaped pattern, decorated with gilded plaster studs. This pattern of wrapping refers to the protective net
              associated with Osiris, a god of the dead. The mummy portrait is painted in encaustic (hot wax) on a thin wooden
              panel. The portrait depicts a young man wearing a crown of leaves.
Haworth, Mr Jesse (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum
Date: Roman Egypt




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1,034    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1769
Description: Wrapped mummy of a young girl. Wrapped in linen and fitted with a linen-and-plaster mummy mask. The front of
              the mask is gilded and shows the deceased girl with a Roman hairstyle, which dates the mask to the mid-1st
              century AD. The eyes are inlaid, and the mask depicts contemporary dress, jewellery inlaid with glasss, and
              snake-shaped bracelets. The back of the mask is painted with a protective winged vulture.

              The lower part of the body is wrapped in a linen shroud, painted with three registers of funerary scenes on a pink
              background. A footcase of painted linen and plaster (cartonnage) fits over the wrapped feet of the mummy.
Geograpic origin: Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Roman Egypt

1,035    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770
Description: Human remains from the mummy of an adolescent girl, unwrapped at the museum in 1975. For the mummy
              mask, mummy cover, sandal soles, and gold toe stalls, see 1770.92, 1770.135, 1770.452, and 1770.453. For the
              linen wrappings and associated remains (e.g. resin and insect samples), see the rest of the numbered sequence
              1770.1 - 1770.585.

              Includes: skull and mandible, consisting of four small sections of jaw bone, two with teeth attached; four loose
              teeth; six teeth in a seperate glass tube; and three full teeth and three sections of teeth in a separate aluminium
              tube. All appear to be in a stable condition. Paper label reading "Section 12, Right tooth: below body".
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt
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1,036    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.1
Description: Two teeth and part of jaw bone, found before unwrapping.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,037    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.16
Description: Tooth found loose in unwrapping, at section 12.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,038    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.21
Description:  Bone from right side (section 11).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,039    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.28
Description: Section of bone from right side (section 11).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt




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1,040    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.82
Description: Eyelash from right eye (section 2).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,041    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.119
Description:  Disc from spinal column (section 3).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,042    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.121
Description: Soft tissue from spinal column (section 3).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,043    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.169
Description: Left humerus.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,044    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.170
Description: Soft tissue from left humerus.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,045    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.171
Description:  Soft tissue from left arm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,046    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.172
Description: Upper part of left radius.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,047    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.173
Description: Soft tissue from left elbow (section 8).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,048    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.197
Description: Skin from back of left hand (section 5).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,049    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.198
Description:  Skin and soft tissue from right forearm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,050    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.199
Description: Skin and soft tissue from right upper arm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,051    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.200
Description: Ulna bone from right arm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,052    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.201
Description: Radius bone from right arm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,053    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.202
Description:  Ulna bone from left arm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,054    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.203
Description: Radius bone from left arm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,055    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.204
Description: Anterior abdominal wall, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,056    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.205
Description: Anterior chest wall.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,057    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.206
Description:  Sternum (breast bone).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,058    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.207
Description: Left clavicle (collar bone).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,059    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.208
Description: Right clavicle (collar bone).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,060    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.209
Description: Anterior chest wall (breast) (section 5).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,061    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.210
Description:  Soft tissue, left forearm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,062    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.211
Description: Soft tissue, right forearm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,063    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.212
Description: Lateral chest wall (section 5).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,064    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.213
Description: Soft tissue, left elbow.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,065    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.214
Description:  Soft tissue and skin, left forearm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,066    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.215
Description: Left chest wall.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,067    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.216
Description: Right chest wall.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,068    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.217
Description: Soft tissue from right clavicle (collar bone).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,069    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.218
Description:  Right breast (?).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,070    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.219
Description: Soft tissue from upper end of humerus, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,071    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.220
Description: Soft tissue from right chest wall.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,072    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.221
Description: Soft tissue from anterior chest wall, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,073    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.222
Description:  Soft tissue from right shoulder.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,074    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.223
Description: Epiphysis from left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,075    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.224
Description: Epiphysis from right radius, lower end.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,076    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.225
Description: Soft tissue from arm area, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,077    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.226
Description:  Right hand.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,078    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.227
Description: Right hand phalanges (fingers).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,079    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.228
Description: Right hand, 5th finger.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,080    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.229
Description: Right hand, carpus (wrist).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,081    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.230
Description:  Right hand, 1st finger (thumb).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,082    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.231
Description: Left hand, metacarpal bones.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,083    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.232
Description: Left hand, 2nd finger, two pieces.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,084    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.233
Description: Left hand, 1st finger, metacarpal.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,085    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.234
Description:  Left hand, 4th finger.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,086    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.235
Description: Left hand, carpus (wrist).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,087    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.236
Description: Left hand, 5th finger.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,088    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.237
Description: Left hand, 5th metacarpal.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,089    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.238
Description:  Rib 1, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,090    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.239
Description: Rib 2, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,091    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.240
Description: Rib 3, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,092    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.241
Description: Rib 4, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,093    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.242
Description:  Rib 5, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,094    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.243
Description: Rib 6, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,095    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.244
Description: Rib 7, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,096    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.245
Description: Rib 8, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,097    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.246
Description:  Rib 9, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,098    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.247
Description: Other rib fragments, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,099    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.248
Description: Rib cartilage, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,100    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.249
Description: Rib 1, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,101    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.250
Description:  Rib 2, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,102    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.251
Description: Rib 3, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,103    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.252
Description: Rib 4, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,104    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.253
Description: Rib 5, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,105    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.254
Description:  Rib 6, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,106    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.255
Description: Rib 7, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,107    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.256
Description: Rib 8, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,108    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.257
Description: Rib 9, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,109    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.265
Description:  Linen wrappings, last layer, from right hand and fingers, with some skin adhering.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,110    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.318
Description: Linen wrapping and soft tissue, from upper end of left femur.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,111    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.319
Description: Tissue from around the vertebrae, upper dorsal area and scapulae (shoulder blades) (section 5-6).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,112    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.326
Description: Inter-vertebral disc (possibly), impregnated with resin.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,113    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.337
Description:  Linen wrapping from interior abdominal wall, last layer around secion 9, with some skin and tissue adhering.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,114    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.339
Description: Tissue (?) from abdomen (section 8).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,115    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.340
Description: Para-vertebral muscle (section 7).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,116    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.341
Description: Part of the sternum manubirum.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,117    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.342
Description:  Tissue from the lateral abdominal wall.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,118    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.345
Description: Soft tissue, interior abdominal wall.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,119    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.347
Description: Diaphragm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,120    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.348
Description: Tissue under diaphragm.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,121    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.349
Description:  Tissue from pelvis.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,122    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.352
Description: Soft tissue, anterior abdominal wall (including part of roll of linen identified as 'false penis or vaginal plug').
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,123    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.355
Description: Soft tissue, left side of spinal cord.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,124    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.356
Description: Soft tissue, right side of spinal cord.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,125    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.357
Description:  Soft tissue, posterior wall of thorax, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,126    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.358
Description: Soft tissue, posterior wall of thorax, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,127    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.359
Description: Soft tissue, inner aspect of upper end of left femur.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,128    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.360
Description: Soft tissue, impregnated with resin, from outer aspect of left illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,129    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.361
Description:  Soft tissue, and some wrapping, from inner aspect of left illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,130    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.362
Description: Muscle, outer aspect of left illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,131    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.363
Description: Soft tissue attached to left illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,132    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.364
Description: Right illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,133    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.365
Description:  Soft tissue, and fragment of wrapping, from inner aspect of right illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,134    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.366
Description: Surface of right illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,135    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.367
Description: Linen wrapping, attached to right illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,136    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.368
Description: Tissue attached to inner surface of right illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,137    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.369
Description:  Padding on outer aspect of right illium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,138    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.370
Description: Muscle, right hip.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,139    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.371
Description: Soft tissue, right hip.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,140    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.372
Description: Skin, left hip.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,141    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.373
Description:  Tissue (?), right renal area.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,142    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1770.374
Description: Fragments from pelvis, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,143    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.375
Description: Left pelvis.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,144    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.376
Description: Right pelvic bone.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,145    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.377
Description:  Tissue from upper end of left femur.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,146    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.378
Description: Spinal cord.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,147    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.379
Description: Spinal cord (whole piece).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,148    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.380
Description: Resin, right hip joint.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,149    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.381
Description:  Ribs, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,150    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.382
Description: Ribs, left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,151    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.383
Description: Finger bone (described in 1976 catalogue as 'spare phalange').
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,152    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.384
Description: Left carpus (wrist).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,153    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.385
Description:  Vertebrae.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,154    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.391
Description: Tissue fragments above shoulder girdle (section 3-4).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,155    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.426
Description: Left tibia.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,156    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.454
Description: Muscle from thorax, immediately beneath scapula (shoulder blade), left side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,157    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.455
Description:  Fragments of muscle from back.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,158    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.459
Description: Muscle from back of thorax, immediately beneath right scapula (shoulder blade).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,159    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.465
Description: Left pelvis.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,160    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.466
Description: Left ilium.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,161    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.467
Description:  Right pelvis.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,162    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.468
Description: Tissue from pelvis.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,163    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.469
Description: Right scapula.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,164    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.470
Description: Left scapula.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,165    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.474
Description:  Tissue from surface of left tibia.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,166    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.482
Description: Left femur.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,167    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.483
Description: Right femur.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,168    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.484
Description: Sacrum.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,169    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.485
Description:  Soft tissue, from posterior.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,170    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1770.486
Description: Left tibia, end of marrow cavity.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,171    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1770.487
Description: Fragments of tissue from feet packing.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,172    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.488
Description: Skin and tissue from padding between legs.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,173    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.489
Description:  Tissue from lower part of pelvis.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,174    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.490
Description: Tissue, probably from feet.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,175    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1770.491
Description: Toe nail (?).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt



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1,176    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.501
Description: Vertebrae with resin (?) between discs.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,177    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1770.540
Description:  Fragment of skin tissue in debris (section 7-8).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,178    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1770.541
Description: Fragment of bone in debris on right side (section 2).
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,179    Egyptology
Accession Number:    1770.580
Description: Bone fragment, from sweepings under body, right side.
Robinow, Mr. Max E. (Donation, January 1959)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,180    Egyptology
Accession Number:      1775
Description: Mummy of a man named Artemidorus, wrapped in a linen shroud stiffened with plaster, with a mummy portrait
              placed over the face. The portrait is painted in encaustic (hot wax) on a thin wooden panel, and is visible through
              a hole cut out of the linen-and-plaster body cover. Although the portrait is damaged, the man depicted can be
              seen to have dark curly hair and a beard. He wears a white tunic and has a crown of gold leaves around his
              head, applied to the portrait in gold leaf. The appearance and hairstyle of the portrait suggest a date c. 110 to
              160 AD.

              The red shroud is also decorated with gilding. From top to bottom, it depicts: two falcons facing a djed-pillar
              (symbol of Osiris), above a banner inscribed in Greek with the name of the deceased; Osiris flanked by two
              offering stands; a goddess (Nut or Isis) with outspread wings, flanked by two snakes; a jackal (Anubis); and the
              feet of the deceased.
Ancoats Art Museum (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Roman Egypt




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1,181    Egyptology
Accession Number:     1777.a-c
Description: Set of two wooden coffins which nest inside each other, together with the unwrapped mummy of the deceased,
              who was a woman named Asru.

               The inner and outer coffins are painted with religious scenes and inscriptions, identifying Asru as a priestess of
               Amun at Thebes. Asru's mummy had already been unwrapped before it entered the Museum's collection in 1825.
               Her mummified internal organs were originally wrapped in linen and placed on her thighs in the burial. A
               reconstruction of Asru's face and head was made in the 1970s by Richard Neave (see photo). Research on the
               mummy indicates that Asru died around age 60 and suffered from arthritis and a parasitic bladder infection
               (bilharzia or schistosomiasis).
Garrett, Robert and William (Donation, 1825)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes: West Bank
Date: Late Period (Dyn. 26)

1,182    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1976.51.a
Description: Wooden coffin containing the mummy of an adult female, partly wrapped in modern white gauze linen. The
              mummy had been unwrapped by its donor before being re-examined on its arrival to the museum in 1976.

              The body is well-preserved, and the embalmer's incision in the left side of the abdomen is visible.
Kershaw, Prof William (Donation, 1976)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes (Luxor)
Date: Late Period (Dyn. 25)

1,183    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1977.1154
Description: Mummified left hand, probably female, remains of linen and a faience ring at base of 2nd finger.
National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (Donation)
Date:

1,184    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1977.1155
Description: Mummified right hand, probably female, skin ridged around knuckles and base of fingers.
National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (Donation)
Date:

1,185    Egyptology
Accession Number:       1977.1156
Description: Mummified left hand, partly wrapped, fingers bent. Complete 1st and 5th fingers but the tops of the 2nd, 3rd and
              4th fingers are missing.
National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (Donation)
Date:

1,186    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1977.1158
Description: Mummified right (?) hand. Poor condition and very fragile.
National Museum of Wales, Cardiff (Donation)
Date:

1,187    Egyptology
Accession Number:   1981.575
Description: Mummified head with gilded and painted linen covering face. Top of skull exposed, with some hair visible.
Humphrey, S B esq. (Donation, 1980)
Date:




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1,188      Egyptology
Accession Number:         1981.585
Description: Left hand and arm from the mummy of a child. Fully wrapped in linen, with red and green painted decoration
                 around the wrist.
Gilchrist, Peter Esq. (Donation)
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,189    Egyptology
Accession Number:       2109
Description: Mummy of a child, with a gilded and painted mask made of cartonnage (linen and plaster). The outer mummy
              wrappings are carefully arranged into a diamond-shaped pattern, with gilded plaster studs in the centre of each
              diamond; this pattern represents a protective net around the body. The mask has a gilded face and neck, with
              divine figures painted on the sides of the tripartite wig. The top area of the mask has been damaged. The
              hairstyle depicted on the mask suggests a date of c. AD 20 to 70.
Haworth, Mr Jesse (Donation, 1888-1889)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Roman Egypt

1,190    Egyptology
Accession Number:     3496
Description:  Mummy of a small child or infant, wrapped in a reed mat and tied with ropes at both ends.
Egyptian Research Account (Donation, 1904)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Gurob (Kom Medinet Ghurab)
Date: New Kingdom (Dyn. 18)

1,191    Egyptology
Accession Number:     4005
Description: Plaited human hair, probably from a wig.
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Abydos
Date:

1,192     Egyptology
Accession Number:        5053.a
Description: Wrapped mummy of a woman named Perenbast, coated with resin. Inscriptions on the associated coffin
                (5053.c) indicate that Perenbast was a priestess of the god Amun.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes: Qurna
Date: Third Intermediate (Dyn. 22)
Research/Exhibition/Repatriation Request:                       [Sampling.6] PhD Research - Sampling - Research Project (18/12/2006)

1,193    Egyptology
Accession Number:      5087
Description: Bones of a human hand, with stone beads (onyx?) surrounding the finger bones. The hand and beads were
               embedded in wax by the excavators, to preserve them as found.
Egypt Exploration Fund (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, el-Mahasna
Date: Predynastic Period

1,194    Egyptology
Accession Number:      5275
Description: Mummified head, male, unwrapped. The features are well-preserved; the hair, beard and a few eyelashes are
              present.
Wroe, Miss (Donation)
Date: Roman Egypt




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1,195     Egyptology
Accession Number:        5366
Description: Painted pottery burial urn containing cremated human remains. The urn is a typical form known as a 'Hadra vase'
                after one place of manufacutre. It has a wide neck, moulded lip, and flat vertical handles, with a rounded body
                and flared-out, hollow foot. The surface has traces of white paint, with pink and green painted floral decoration.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1910-1911)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,196    Egyptology
Accession Number:     5371
Description: Several funerary wreaths, consisting of unidentified plant fibres, flowers, some seeds or tubers, and a date.

                Also, some plaits and ringlets of human hair, associated with the wreaths and stored separately.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1910-1911)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Roman Egypt

1,197    Egyptology
Accession Number:        6213
Description:   Three fragments of a human skull. The description in the original register is unreliable but interesting for the
               object's history: 'Said by Dr. Elliot Smith to be "ancient, but probably that of a person not above 30," and therefore
               not of King Khufu. From tomb chamber of Great Pyramid; found in the dust there by W.J. Maxwell, Civil
               Engineer, Dec. 1871.'
Lynde, Mr J. H. (Donation, 1913)
Date:

1,198    Egyptology
Accession Number:    6706.a-c
Description: Three braids (plaits) of human hair.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1920-1921)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Gurob (Kom Medinet Ghurab)
Date: New Kingdom (Dyn. 18-19)

1,199    Egyptology
Accession Number:    6785
Description: Skeleton of a young man.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1922)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Abydos
Date: Early Dynastic (Dyn. 1)

1,200    Egyptology
Accession Number:      7740
Description: Mummified head. The head is in two pieces after the top of the skull was carefully cut around and lifted off, prior
              to the head entering the museum. The membrane inside the skull is intact but extremely fragile. Accompanied by
              several hardened fragments of linen.

              'Said to be from Cairo', according to donor. It was the donor who performed the opening of the skull.
Crabtree, Mr H. Victor (Donation, 31 October 1925)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,201    Egyptology
Accession Number:      9288
Description: Human hair arranged in plaits and twists, ranging from very thin to thick, and with small beads woven into the
              hair.
Brunton Expedition 1930 (August 1931)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Matmar
Date: Second Intermediate Period



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1,202    Egyptology
Accession Number:     9319
Description: Mummy of a child which is wrapped in diagonally arranged linen, with gilded plaster studs placed in the diamond
              spaces. The mummy still has a linen and plaster (cartonnage) footcase in place; painted.

                  The 'portrait' panel which originally covered the face was supposedly kept at the Boulaq Museum, Cairo (i.e., the
                  Egyptian Museum), but this information may not be reliable.

           Received from an unidentified school in 1933; original record card may provide further information.
Date: Roman Egypt

1,203    Egyptology
Accession Number:       9354.a
Description: Wrapped mummy of an adult male, inside wooden coffin 9354.b. Layers of the mummy's outer wrappings were
              removed before it entered the museum's collection, but the innermost wrappings are still in place, and are
              darkened by fluids in many areas. The mummy's arms are crossed on its chest, and the limbs and genitalia are
              all separately wrapped in linen. In the late 1970s, x-rays of the mummy revealed that the heart and lungs are still
              in place in the chest cavity; the brain has been removed, and resin poured into the empty skull cavity pooled and
              hardened at the base of the skull, near the top of the neck. This indicates that the mummy was upright for a time
              after the resin entered the skull.

                  Originally catalogued as dating to the 19th dynasty, the crossed-arm position of the mummy argues against this
                  date. The date is incorrect (see entry for 9354.b): non-royal mummies with crossed arms are rare, except for the
                  Ptolemaic Period; thus the date assigned here. (Cf. Maarten Raven, Egyptian Mummies: Radiological Atlas,
                  Leiden 2005, p. 133, cat. 13.)

              In any case the coffin and mummy do not necessarily belong together. Mummies were placed inside coffins to
              increase their value on the art market in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Magnus, Lt-Col J (Donation, 1935)
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,204    Egyptology
Accession Number:       9384
Description:   Mummified right hand, with linen wrappings and the remians of faience rings on fingers one and four.
Whitworth Art Gallery (Transfer, 1936)
Date:

1,205    Egyptology
Accession Number:      10881.a
Description: Mummy of a woman, associated with coffin 10881.b; if the mummy belongs with the coffin, the woman's name
              can be read as Ta-ath.

              The mummy was unwrapped before it came to The Manchester Museum, and consists of disjointed remains
              loosely wrapped in the original linen. It was formerly in the possession of the Frewin family in East Sussex, and
              then the Hastings Museum; see object history file.
Geograpic origin: Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes: West Bank
Date: Late Period (Dyn. 26)

1,206     Egyptology
Accession Number:        11630
Description: Mummy of an adult female, bearing the name of Demetria. The head is covered by a mask of linen and plaster
                (cartonage), which has inlaid detailed eyes, and the chest has a similarlly made cover with glass inlaid as
                jewellery. The face piece was broken but it has been restored. There are 2 gold studs in the head and X-rays
                show others are present under the linen. The lower body (shroud) is wrapped with fine linen and resin and
                painted on it are four horizontal deities on a red coloured background. The footcase is shaped with linen and
                plaster and two male figures are painted on the base.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1910-1911)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)




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1,207     Egyptology
Accession Number:        11724
Description: Mummy of an adult man named Nakht-ankh. The body was unwrapped in 1907 by Dr. Margaret A. Murray and
                others. The estimated age at death is around 60 years old. The bones are well preserved but much of the body
                tissue had disintegrated on unwrapping. There is skin intact on the face; dark brown hair on the head which was
                turning grey; well preserved finger and toe nails. The internal and external organs were mummified and are well
                preserved (see. 11726.c - j).
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,208     Egyptology
Accession Number:        11725
Description: Mummy of adult male named Khnum-nakht, son of the lady Aa-Khnum. The body was unwrapped in 1907 by Dr.
                Margaret A. Murray and others. The man is thought to have been around 40 years old at his death.
                When unwrapped the soft tissue had disintegrated into a fine powder; very little skin tissue remains on the bones.
                There had been no special preserving of the internal organs or presence of canopic jars. This body seems less
                well preserved than that of his brother, Nakht-ankh (11724).
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)
Research/Exhibition/Repatriation Request:                       Retired - Beloved and Forsaken - Exhibition (14/05/2004 - 12/09/2004)

1,209     Egyptology
Accession Number:       11726.c
Description:    Fragments of brain tissue from the unwrapped mummy of Nakht-ankh (11724).
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,210     Egyptology
Accession Number:         11726.d
Description:    Lung tissue from the set of canopic jars belonging to Nakht-ankh (4727-4730), including linen that had wrapped
                the lung.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,211     Egyptology
Accession Number:         11726.e
Description:    Internal organ (liver) from the set of canopic jars belonging to Nakht-ankh (4727-4730), including the linen
                wrapping.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,212     Egyptology
Accession Number:        11726.f
Description:    Larynx from the unwrapped mummy of Nakht-ankh (11724). Extremely fragile and fragmented.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)




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1,213     Egyptology
Accession Number:         11726.g
Description: Four finger nails from the unwrapped mummy of Nakht-ankh (11724). Well preserved, with some surrounding
                skin tissue attached.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,214    Egyptology
Accession Number:   11726.h
Description: Fragments of penis, from the unwrapped mummy of Nakht-ankh (11724).
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)
Research/Exhibition/Repatriation Request:                       Retired - Beloved and Forsaken - Exhibition (14/05/2004 - 12/09/2004)

1,215    Egyptology
Accession Number:      11726.i
Description: Aortic arch and pericardium from the unwrapped mummy of Nakht-ankh (11724).
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,216     Egyptology
Accession Number:       11726.j
Description: Three large glass jars containing mummified dust: remains of linen and skin tissue from the mummies of
                Nakht-ankh (11724) and Khnum-nakht (11725), as gathered during the unwrapping of their mummies in 1907.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,217     Egyptology
Accession Number:       11726.k
Description: Fragments of stomach from the set of canopic jars belonging to Nakht- ankh (4727-4730), including the linen
                wrapping.
British School of Archaeology in Egypt (Donation, 1907)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Middle Egypt, Deir Rifa
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,218    Egyptology
Accession Number:     11727.a-b
Description: Two internal organs, partly wrapped in linen, from the mummy of a woman named Asru (no. 1777).
Garrett, Robert and William (Donation, 1825)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes: West Bank
Date: Late Period (Dyn. 26)

1,219    Egyptology
Accession Number:   11728
Description: Mummified right foot; well preserved.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)




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1,220    Egyptology
Accession Number:        11729
Description: Mummified head, in a poor state of preservation; some areas of skin tissue are lost, and elsewhere reamins of
              linen wrappings adhere to the surface. The head is shaved, the eye sockets are plugged with linen and the nose
              is flattened from the pressure of the original wrapping; the mouth is slighlty open, revealing well-preserved teeth.

             Found together with mummified cervical vertebrae, from the neck of a mummy; the neck and head probably go
             together.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,221    Egyptology
Accession Number:    11730
Description:  Mummified left hand; well preserved, some pieces of linen wrappings adhering to skin.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,222    Egyptology
Accession Number:       12007
Description:  Mummified head, fully unwrapped. The head is shaved, the eyelids closed and the nose is flattened, from the
              pressure of the linen wrappings. The skin tissue is well- preserved with visible wrinkles and imprints, again from
              the linen.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,223    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13010.a
Description: Adult mummy, possibly male, in a very poor state of preservation. Head and feet missing; body broken into two
              pieces at the hips. Body cavities heavily impregnated with resin. Linen wrappings remain on the left shoulder, top
              of the back, and around the legs.

              The mummy was 'autopsied' By Dr. Edward Tapp ath the Royal Preston Infirmary, 28 March 1996, at which point
              several wax and stone amulets (13010.b-c) were removed from the abdominal cavity.
Date: Third Intermediate Period

1,224    Egyptology
Accession Number:       13011
Description: Mummy of a small child, wrapped in thick layers of linen soaked in resin. The wrappings have come away at the
              top of the head, revealing the deceased's hair.

                  An X-ray taken in the early 1980s suggests an age of 3 years, and possibly male sex. A small amount of brain
                  tissue remains in the anterior fossa; all deciduous teeth are erupted; and there are growth lines on the ends of
                  both the upper and lower limbs, suggesting arrested growth, probably due to illness. There is also resin
                  remaining in the thorax. The child's arms are extended along its body, with the left hand over the pubic region
                  and the right hand along the outside of the thigh.

              The mummy was CT-scanned in 2003, but the Museum has no results or images from this scan.
Vear, Mr and Mrs (Donation, 1983)
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,225    Egyptology
Accession Number:    13760
Description: Two fragments of human bone, one larger than the other; said to be from the body of a mummy.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,226    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13761
Description: Mummified left foot of a small child. Evidence of linen on one side and gilding on top. Well preserved skin and
              form, with all five toes including toe-nails.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)




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1,227    Egyptology
Accession Number:    13762
Description: Small human bone, unidentified.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,228    Egyptology
Accession Number:     13763
Description: Mummified right lower arm with hand attatched. Clear ulna and radius bones with hand bones and preserved
              tendons evident through fragments of remaining skin. Linen still present wrapped around fingers; finger nails
              remaining but badly chipped.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,229    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13764
Description: Head from a mummified body. Fully unwrapped. Some hair is preserved on top of the head; the skull is evident
              through remaining skin tissue which is mostly intact on the front of the face. The jaw bone is loose and there are
              19 teeth still in place.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,230    Egyptology
Accession Number:     13765
Description: Mummified head, very well preserved. Strong, smooth jaw-line and cheek bones with evident skin wrinkles, lips,
              ears and eyebrows; some hair remains on the head. There is a chip in the front of the skull. Fine layers of linen
              remain on parts of the head.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,231    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13766
Description: Mummified head with a linen wrappings partly intact around it. The nose, ears and mouth are visible, with 3 top
              teeth revealed through the lips. There are two round holes in the skull where samples were taken for examination
              at some point in the 1980s or 1990s.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,232    Egyptology
Accession Number:       13767
Description: Mummified head. Well preserved form with concave eye sockets, and some teeth visible through closed lips;
              there is visible hair present on top of the head and texture of the hair on the rest, where resin has coated and
              preserved it. The cervical vertebrae (neck) are not preserved, so that the back of the head reveals the back of
              the jaw and a full set of teeth. Some fine grit or very small stones appear to be imbedded underneath the
              hardened resin.

             A sticker attatched to the back of the head reads 'E.A.17.S.M', information relating to its donor, Salford Museum
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,233    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13773
Description: Human skull without the lower jaw bone. 6 back teeth are still attatched; 3 on each side of the upper jaw. A small,
              white, round sticker is present on the lower back of the skull with '10' written on it.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,234    Egyptology
Accession Number:       13774
Description: Lower jaw bone (mandible) in 2 pieces with 15 teeth intact between both pieces. Some glue from a previous
              repair is present on two of the teeth, holding them attatched. The jaw is dark amber in colour with patches of very
              dark brown on the teeth and bone. A pencil mark is present which details '98/38 A'.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)




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1,235    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13775
Description: Lower jaw bone (mandible), in two pieces. The jaw appears to have been shattered in the past and repaired;
              large cracks and fixative are apparent and fragments are missing including the middle section that would join
              these two fragments. Nine (9) teeth are still intact and one (1) is loose. The bone is pale and chalky and the tooth
              enamel is visibly cracked.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,236    Egyptology
Accession Number:        13776
Description: Lower jaw bone (mandible), in one piece but with only 6 teeth remaining. Rough surface texture, with the number
              '20' circled and written on it as well as the sequence AF.21.0.148.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,237    Egyptology
Accession Number:       13777
Description: Human skull, including detached mandible (lower jaw bone). There is a contrast in colouring on the skull where
              the lower front and the central back have become patchy in a deep amber colour. Eight (8) teeth are intact in the
              top of the mouth and nine (9) are present on the lower jaw, although one of these is chipped. The jaw bone
              appears to be broken but is held together by wire attatchments. The number '541' is pencilled on both piece the
              skull and the mandible.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,238    Egyptology
Accession Number:     13780
Description: Mandible (lower jaw) of a human skull, probably male, estimated as around 20 years of age at death. The right
              wisdom tooth is impacted; there are 14 teeth intact altogether.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,239    Egyptology
Accession Number:       13781
Description: One side of a broken mandible (lower jaw) showing wear on molar teeth and a large abscess cavity. There are 6
              teeth in total, 1 of which is severely chipped and 2 of which have only the roots remaining. Written on the back of
              the jaw are the numbers ' -4 _ 4937'.
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,240    Egyptology
Accession Number:       13782
Description: Mandible (lower jaw) of a human skull, probably male. The jaw shows two large abscess cavities, and the second
              from left molar is decayed. There are 4 teeth in total.

              The words 'SAK. 71/2 S IBIS COURT W. 8.1.72' have been written on the back of the jaw. 'SAK' refers to the
              archaeological site at which this piece was found: Saqqara, also spelled 'Sakkara'.
Geograpic origin: Africa, Egypt, Lower Egypt, Saqqara
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,241    Egyptology
Accession Number:        13783
Description: Wooden coffin, and associated mummy of a woman. The coffin is in a shape known as 'anthropoid' or
              'mummiform', representing the deceased in a transfigured, god-like form. The coffin has a gilded face and a
              tripartite wig, painted blue. Scenes of deities and hieroglyphic inscription decorate the entire surface of the coffin
              lid and base.

             The mummy is well preserved and fully wrapped, with a linen-and-plaster (cartonnage) chestpiece over her
             abdomen. An X-ray taken in the 1970s suggests that there may be an amulet in place under the wrappings of the
             chest area. in the past has shown evidence of a possible protective amulet under the linen across the chest.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer)
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt




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1,242    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13784
Description: Mummy of an adolelcent, possibly male. The body is partly unwrapped; the legs and arms are still fully covered,
              but the head, upper body and tips of fingers and toes are revealed. There are 3 fragments of loose linen and an
              accompanying bag of dust following, a CT-scan conducted in January 2004. The head has broken away from the
              body and is intact but separate.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,243    Egyptology
Accession Number:      13785
Description:  Braided band of human, hair with curls hanging down and an ivory hair pin stuck through it.
Geograpic origin: Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Kahun (el-Lahun)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,244    Egyptology
Accession Number:    CHEGM 1997.85
Description:  Mummified human hand.
Date:

1,245    Egyptology
Accession Number:     EG1
Description:  Egyptian human mummy.
Geograpic origin: Africa, Egypt, (North Africa (AF1))
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,246    Egyptology
Accession Number:     Salford
Description:  Male human mummy in sarcophagus; Shere-Ankh "visitor in temple of god Ainsu of Panopolis."
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,247    Egyptology
Accession Number:     Salford
Description:  Shoe sole and mummified hand.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,248    Egyptology
Accession Number:     Salford - 1869-14
Description: Left and right hands and foot of young female human mummy.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,249    Egyptology
Accession Number:   Salford - 1887-4 (EA4)
Description: Mummy of youth and portrait in encaustic wax on wooden panel.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Faiyum, Hawara
Date: Roman Egypt

1,250    Egyptology
Accession Number:     Salford - EA15 (1879-22)
Description: Left hand of human mummy.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Egypt, Upper Egypt, Thebes (Luxor)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)


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1,251    Egyptology
Accession Number:   Salford - EA17 (1890-3)
Description: Mummified human head.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,252    Egyptology
Accession Number:     Salford - EA7
Description:  Female human mummy in sarcophagus.
Salford Museum & Art Gallery (Transfer, 15/04/2005)
Date: Middle Kingdom (Dyn. 12)

1,253    Egyptology
Accession Number:
Description: Mummy of a 5-6 years old boy; lies outrstretched with arms extended and hands on the outer thighs; head turned
              to right; remains of gilding on face; suggestion of resin and brain tissue seen in cranial cavity; no incisions were
              seen; complete eruption of deciduous teeth but first permanent molars are in process of eruption; bone
              epiphyses also reinforce age dating.
Geograpic origin: Africa, Egypt, (North Africa (AF1))
Date: Ptolemaic Egypt

1,254     Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.601
Description:    Front portion of a human skull, with the lower jaw. Face is plastered over with clay and painted with red lines. A
                false beard of fibre is fixed to the lower jaw bone.
[0.524 - 0.638] Layard, John W (22/03/1900)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,255     Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.602
Description:    A decorated human skull. The front of the skull has been covered with clay, and modelled to represent the
                features. The mouth is open and there is a fake beard attached to the bottom of the chin, made out of dried
                grass. The face is also painted in red, white and black.
[0.524 - 0.638] Layard, John W (22/03/1900)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,256     Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.627
Description: Woman's dress. Appears to be lengths of plaited black fibres and hair attached or plaited into a waist cord. On
                some of the fibres are small blue, white and red beads. Native name "Liku".
[0.524 - 0.638] Layard, John W (22/03/1900)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Fiji
Date:

1,257    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.799
Description: Part of a human skull. A human cranium, consisting of one large piece, and six smaller pieces.
Pickstone, Mr
Geograpic origin:        North America, California, Santa Clara
Date: Prehistoric




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1,258     Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.1011/1
Description: Six rows of unknown matter gently twisted together and covered in clay. Red in colour. Plaited human hair at
               each end, used to tie the girdle. 72 cm in length.
[0.1009 - 0.1050] Spencer-Gillen Expedition (06/03/1903)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, Northern Territory
Date:
Cultural Group:         Arunta

1,259     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.1021
Description:   "Kurdaitcha' shoe made of brown/black hair string and emu feathers, the latter making up the sole of the shoe.
[0.1009 - 0.1050] Spencer-Gillen Expedition (06/03/1903)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, Northern Territory
Date:
Cultural Group:         Arunta

1,260    Ethnology
Accession Number:    0.1139
Description: A complete human skull, including the lower jaw, and a very flat forehead.
Brocklehurst, J D (Donation, 25/03/1904)
Geograpic origin:        North America, Canada, British Columbia, Fraser River
Date:

1,261     Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.1286
Description: Ornament. A perforated disc of white shell threaded on a ring of beads made of small discs of black shell; this is
               tied to one end of a length of cord made from human hair (?).
[0.1281 - 0.1290] Parkinson, Mrs (15/11/1904)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:

1,262    Ethnology
Accession Number:     0.2584
Description: Small polished ornament in the shape of a human/ape/monkey's head. Has hollowed area for eye sockets and
              prominent cheekbones 1.7cm in length. Has silver grey hue.
Dean, W J
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, Queensland
Date:

1,263     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.2591
Description: A human skull with a painted clay mask. The flesh of the head has been replaced by clay that imitates the
               features. Forehead, nose, mouth and chin are painted red, the rest is black. At the back of the skull is a pad of,
               probably, spider webs. Attached to the pad at the back of the skull is a piece of red cotton tape.
[0.2590 - 0.2591] Smith, Prof. George Elliot (10/11/1915)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Malekula
Date:

1,264    Ethnology
Accession Number:     0.2658
Description: The top of a human skull.
[0.2658 - 0.2661] Hutton, Dr Samuel King (Donation, July 1917)
Geograpic origin:        Canada, Labrador
Date:
Cultural Group:         Inuit



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1,265    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.2659
Description: A human lower jaw bone (mandible) with two teeth remaining.
[0.2658 - 0.2661] Hutton, Dr Samuel King (Donation, July 1917)
Geograpic origin:        Labrador, Canada
Date:
Cultural Group:         Inuit

1,266    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.2660
Description: A human lower jaw bone with three teeth remaining.
[0.2658 - 0.2661] Hutton, Dr Samuel King (Donation, July 1917)
Geograpic origin:        Labrador, Canada
Date:
Cultural Group:         Inuit

1,267    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.2661
Description: A human lower jaw bone.
[0.2658 - 0.2661] Hutton, Dr Samuel King (Donation, July 1917)
Geograpic origin:        Labrador, Canada
Date:
Cultural Group:         Inuit

1,268     Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.2705
Description:   A human skull. There are still four teeth attached, but the lower jaw is missing.
[0.2704 - 0.2707] Coward, T A (March 1918)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, 'Polynesia'
Date:

1,269     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.2737
Description: A drum made of two human half crania fastened together, the open parts being covered with thin skin (possibly
               human). A band of purple velvet encircles the waist of the drum.
[0.2716 - 0.2777] Worthington, Harry (August 1918)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Sikkim, (Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, SE Asia (AS3))
Date:

1,270    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.3407
Description: Rattle; the nature of the frame is not apparent, but is possibly a cocoanut. It is shaped like a human head and
               covered with human skin. The base is not original.
Riley, Rev. B.
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Fly River
Date:




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1,271     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3588
Description: A head hunters trophy, consisting of a whole human skull, including the lower jaw, and a pig's lower jaw attached
               to it. At each side of the skull are parts of two water buffalo horns attached to the skull by strips of cane. From the
               ends of the horns and the jaw of the skull hang tufts of palm leaf. The whole thing hangs from a V-shaped fork of
               cane.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,272     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3589
Description: A head hunter's trophy consisting of a decorated human skull. The skull and lower jaw are fixed in a cane
               binding, to which a pair of water buffalo horns have been fixed. The end of one horn (and presumably originally
               on the other one too) has a tuft of palm leaf strips. A similar one is under the lower jaw. The skull hangs from a
               V-shaped fork of cane.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,273     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3589 A
Description: A head hunter's trophy consisting of the right side of a human skull fixed to a wooden model of a skull. A pair of
               buffalo or ox horns are attached to the whole. The left hand horn has a bunch of leaf strips attached to it.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,274     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3590
Description: A head hunter's trophy, consisting of a small piece of skull contained in a ball of plaited cane that is fastened to a
               V-shaped branch of bamboo. Both are tied to 0.3591.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,275     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3591
Description: A head hunter's trophy, consisting of the front part of the skull, lacking the lower jaw, adorned with a pair of
               buffalo or ox horns, and suspended from 0.3590.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga




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1,276     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3592
Description: A head hunters trophy, consisting of a wooden carving of a skull, the top right hand side of which is missing, and
               the corresponding section of a human skull is attached. Two animal horns are attached to the temples either
               side of the skull. They are attached using cane, which has also been woven in and out of holes in the skull itself,
               on both a horizontal and vertical axis across the face. From the end of one of the horns hangs a large tassel of
               palm leaves, there would have originally been one on the other horn too, but it is now missing.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India
Date:
Cultural Group:         Naga

1,277     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3593
Description: A head hunters trophy, consisting of a human skull, less the top, and the lower jaw. At each side of the skull is
               fixed a buffalo horn. Between the jaws is fixed a spoon shaped piece of horn. The whole is hung from a
               V-shaped fork of cane.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,278    Ethnology
Accession Number:    0.3594
Description: A head hunter's trophy consisting of a skull and upper face only (no lower jaw). No hair or scalp.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,279     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3595
Description:   A head hunter's trophy consisting of the upper part of the skull, without the back. The cranium is drilled and has a
               cord of plaited cane for suspension.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,280     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3596
Description: A head hunter's trophy consisting of part of a human skull. The skull has been cut vertically and diagonally from
               near the right eye to the left hand side of the back. Leaving the front and part of the back of the skull.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,281    Ethnology
Accession Number:    0.3597
Description: The base of a man's skull, taken as a head hunter's trophy.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga




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1,282    Ethnology
Accession Number:    0.3598
Description: A head hunter's trophy, consisting of the lower jaw and part of a human skull.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,283     Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.3599
Description: A head hunter's trophy consisting of a piece of thick cane with a side branch coming off the base. To the other
               end of the main stem are tied two pieces of human skull.
[0.3588 - 0.3599] Mills, J P (04/02/1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Assam, Yungya Village
Date:
Cultural Group:         Konyak Naga

1,284     Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.4753
Description: A wooden shield. The front is painted with circles, mouth and fangs, and tufts of human hair are attached to the
               front. There are painted designs on the back, and rattan bindings.
[0.4742 - 0.4851] Lees, Misses Ethel and Jane (1934/35)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, Borneo
Date:
Cultural Group:         Kenyah / Kayan People

1,285    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.4826
Description: A human skull, coloured black and missing the lower jaw. A letter accompanies it, dated 13/03/09.
[0.4742 - 0.4851] Lees, Misses Ethel and Jane (1934/35)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, Malaysia, Sarawak
Date:

1,286    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.4859 Anthropology
Description: A human skull, missing the lower jaw, but still with six teeth remaining. Please see notes.
Geograpic origin:        Africa, 'West Africa'
Date:

1,287     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.4899
Description: A sword with a sheath and knife. The sword is single edged with a pommel on one side made of bone (possibly
               human) or ivory, carved into grotesque faces that originally had tufts of hair (again possibly human) attached.
[0.4872 - 0.4919] Lees, Misses Ethel and Jane (1934/35)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, Borneo
Date:
Cultural Group:         Kenyah / Kayan People

1,288     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.5288
Description: Pair of shoes made of human hair cord and emu feathers. Black and white in colour. Oval in shape with holes in
               centre to place feet in.
[0.5264 - 0.5302] Wood-Jones, Prof Fred F.R.S. (31/05/1938)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, Central Australia
Date:
Cultural Group:         Aranda


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1,289    Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.5792
Description: A decorated human skull, still with it's lower jaw. The skull is very long from front to back, but this is because the
              lower jaw seems to have been moved forward. There are pegs on either side of the lower jaw, which have string
              tied around them to attach the jaw to the skull. Parts of the skull have been covered with a kind of putty, and
              decorated with shells. This decoration has been used around the skull's left eye socket, out of which pretrudes
              something that resembles the handle of a weapon. It too is covered with the shell decoration, and at the end is a
              seed or nut, similar to that used on another skull from New Guinea (T.505). The front of the lower jaw has been
              built up, presumably with the putty, and covered with the same shell decoration. Attached to this part, and around
              the jaw bone, are ropes made of plaited cane or grass; this resembles a horses bridle and leading rope. At the
              front of the cranium is a band of carved decoration.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea, South
Date:

1,290    Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.5793
Description: A decorated and painted human skull. The face and forehead have been coated with clay to simulate the skin,
               and then painted in curvilinear patterns. The eyes are represented by cowrie shells and the hair by a band of
               short fringes of tightly curled hair. The face is quite realistic.
Wilkinson, Prof F C
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Sepik River
Geograpic origin:        Asia, New Guinea
Date:

1,291    Ethnology
Accession Number:     0.5794
Description: A human skull, the face and forehead of which have been modelled realistically in reddish clay. Cowrie shells
              represent the eyes, and a band of short fringes of tightly curled hair represent the hair.
Cooke, Rev J C
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Sepik River
Date:

1,292     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.5957
Description:   Arm/leg ornament made from buttonholed circles of hair.
[0.5957 - 0.5961] Layard, John W (1941)
Geograpic origin:        Africa
Date:

1,293     Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.5984
Description: Mummified head. The head is wrapped in coarse cloth, inside which is another rapping of netting. The bundle
               has a wooden mask with black hair on the forehead and a wig of long, light coloured fibres, probably vegetable in
               origin. The light coloured fibres seem to be grass. 3 X-rays taken on 6th October 1997 at Manchester University
               Medical School showed that there was no skull inside - only bags full of seeds/corn and what looked like straw.
[0.5970 - 0.5985] Almond, Mr E (1941)
Geograpic origin:        South America, Peru, Ancon
Date:

1,294    Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.6226
Description: Sword; round in section, tapering from grip to point. Has 4 rows of sharks teeth tied on, two of the rows only
              extending about a third down the blade. The grip is covered with a binding of woven string (human hair ?) and
              leaf strip, with the ends of the leaf strips forming a fringe. There is another leaf-strip fringe at the point.
Wild, George
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Kiribati
Date:




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1,295     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.6801
Description: Pair of shoes made of human hair cord and emu feathers. Small in size. Brown, cream and white in colour. Oval
               in shape with holes in centre to place feet in.
[0.6788 - 0.6807] Melland, Mrs (31/07/1944)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia
Date:

1,296    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.7246.a
Description: Wooden spear; hard wooden shaft, tapering towards each end. The butts have a human leg bone wedged on.
Harrison, W. V.
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,297    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.7246.b
Description:   Wooden spear; hard wooden shaft, tapering towards each end. The butts have a human leg bone wedged on.
               Has a short length of shell beads tied round the shaft next to the bone, which is broken.
Harrison, W. V.
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,298    Ethnology
Accession Number:     0.7246.c
Description:   Wooden spear; hard wooden shaft, tapering towards each end. The butts have a human leg bone wedged on.
Harrison, W. V.
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,299    Ethnology
Accession Number:   0.8073
Description: A human skull, still with four teeth.
[0.8072 - 0.8096] Wellcome Historical Medical Museum (Donation, 1951)
Geograpic origin:        North America
Date:

1,300     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.8092
Description: Knife or dagger. A human femur cut lengthwise and the lower end ground sharp. The upper joint forms the grip.
               There are faint traces of an incised pattern just below the grip.
[0.8072 - 0.8096] Wellcome Historical Medical Museum (Donation, 1951)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,301     Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.8093
Description: Trophy wristband. Tufts of human hair bound with coconut fibre (?) and attached to thick wrist band of the same
               fibre.
[0.8072 - 0.8096] Wellcome Historical Medical Museum (Donation, 1951)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Marquesas Islands
Date:




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1,302    Ethnology
Accession Number:     0.8628
Description: Belt. Numerous strands of human black/dark brown human hair tied in a ring. Very greasy.
[0.8504 - 0.8642] Wellcome Historical Medical Museum (Donation, 1953)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, North West Australia
Date:
Cultural Group:         Gnalluma

1,303    Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.8995
Description: Shrunken human head. The head is very small, the features are dark brown, and the hair is very long compared
              to the size of the head. The lips are stitched together with white string and a long fringe hangs from them.
Kay, A (Donation)
Date:
Cultural Group:         Jivaro Indians

1,304    Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.9240/7
Description: Armlet; frame is made of strips of wood tightly wound with string. Attached to the frame are a) numerous short
              fringes of tightly twisted black human hair, b) white seeds.
Purchased
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea, Asmat
Date:

1,305    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.9251/1137
Description: A priests apron to which carvings made from human bone are attached. It consists of 31 plaques of carved bone
              with 478 bone beads and 74 opaque white glass beads. the larger bone plaques are carved with figures of gods,
              monsters, skeletons etc, the smaller are carved with stylised floral designs.
[0.9251] Warden, Mr Arnold Forrester (June 1964)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, Tibet
Date:

1,306    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.9321/83
Description: Fetish; four wooden beads, two patterned black glass beads, and a knuckle bone, all threaded on a fine plait of
               hair.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Africa
Date:

1,307    Ethnology
Accession Number:    0.9321/299
Description: Sheath covered in what appears to be human skin. (knife missing). Two pieces of wood that are leaf shaped with
              human skin laced over. There is the remains of a suspension loop on the front.
Date:

1,308    Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.9322/35
Description:   Shrunken human head. The complete skin of the head, with very long hair attached. The skin has been shrunken
               and hardened but the features are retained. The skin now black, and the lips are stitched together with cord, and
               long tassles of cord hang down.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Date:
Cultural Group:         Jivaro Indians




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1,309    Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.9322/103
Description: Spear; shaft of palm wood, oval in section, tapering towards each end. The butt has a human leg bone wedged
               on it. Resembles 0.7246.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,310    Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.9322/195
Description: Spear; similar to 0.7246 a-c. According to the Salford accessions register the spear shaft near the butt was
               originally decorated with white and blue beads.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,311    Ethnology
Accession Number:         0.9322/370
Description: Bone dagger. Made from a human long bone, ground to a sharp point and polished. Near the grip end are two
               incised chevrons and seven short transverse grooves. One of the bony ridges at the grip end has five small holes
               drilled through it, and has five V-shaped notches cut into it. Very similar to T.481.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:

1,312    Ethnology
Accession Number:        0.9322/380
Description: Fan is crescentric, with upper part made of woven grass and the lower part of human hair woven between
               stiffening ribs.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Hawaii
Date:

1,313    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.9322/420
Description:   Needle made of human bone. 24 cm in length. 1 cm wide at eye.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Fiji
Date:

1,314    Ethnology
Accession Number:       0.9322/449
Description: Shell gorget - a large, nearly semi-circular piece of pearl shell (meleagrina margaritifera). Shell is thin and
               fastened to a bundle of black plaited human hair, the ends of which are tied together to form a necklet.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Polynesia
Date:

1,315    Ethnology
Accession Number:    0.9322/451
Description: Bone pendant - a small limb bone (? human) with a short cord for suspension at one end.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Admiralty Islands
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1,316    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.9323/407
Description: A human skull. The skull has a woven cap, patches of which are missing and reveal the surface of the skull and
               human hair. The entire skull also seems to be held in a frame made of cane.
[0.9321, 0.9322 and 0.9323] Salford Museum (Exchange, 06/06/1969)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Sierra Leone
Date:

1,317    Ethnology
Accession Number:      0.9746
Description: Dagger; blade has line of shark teeth along each side for about two-thirds of its length. Just next to the point
               where the shark teeth begin is a cross-hatch design of black fibre (human hair according to donor) and light
               brown basketwork. The handle has wood projecting from the end.
Bloomfield, Mr. H.
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Kiribati
Date:

1,318    Ethnology
Accession Number:       1927.190
Description:    Apron. One long plait of hair with bundle of hairs tied together at to the centre of the plait. Brown/black in colour.
[1927.] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, North West Coast
Date:

1,319    Ethnology
Accession Number:        1927.191
Description: Made of two thick strands of human hair, the central portion being bound with grey fur string and formed into two
                loops. Used as a suspension bandage after circumcision ceremony.
[1927.] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, North West Australia
Date:
Cultural Group:         Niol-Niol

1,320    Ethnology
Accession Number:    1927.196
Description: Belt made of human hair. Made by winding string of black/brown hair round a core of fur string.
[1927.] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, North West Australia
Date:
Cultural Group:         Niol-Niol

1,321    Ethnology
Accession Number:     1930.216
Description: The skull of an Indian person. The jaw is missing, but there are some loose fragments of bone.
[1930. ...] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        South America, Peru
Date:

1,322     Ethnology
Accession Number:          1930.217
Description: The skull of a Poorhie Indian. The jaw bone is miising, but there are three upper teeth still attached. There are
                 also four loose teeth, but they could belong to the other skull 1930.218.
[1930. ...] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        South America, Brazil, Minas Gevaes
Date:




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1,323     Ethnology
Accession Number:         1930.218
Description: The skull of a Poorhie Indian. The jaw bone is miising, but there is one upper tooth still attached. There are also
                 four loose teeth, but they could belong to the other skull 1930.217.
[1930. ...] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        South America, Brazil, Minas Gevaes
Date:

1,324    Ethnology
Accession Number:      15869
Description: Human skull. It looks like it was found in pieces and has been stuck together, and there are three or four pieces
              missing.
Geograpic origin: North America, Tennessee
Geograpic origin: North America, New Jersey
Date:

1,325    Ethnology
Accession Number:   A.84
Description: A human skull, still with the majority of its teeth, but missing the lower jaw.
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Tanganyika
Date:

1,326    Ethnology
Accession Number:         A.115 Anthropology
Description:    Skull of an African. The lower jaw is missing, but there are still four teeth remaining in the upper part of the jaw.
[A.115] Ellerby, Mr H D (Donation, 29/6/1891)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, South Africa
Date:
Cultural Group:         Bantu

1,327    Ethnology
Accession Number:   A.850
Description: A human skull. The lower jaw is missing, but the skull still retains four teeth.
[0.3041 - 0.3233] Thomas, Rev. W (Donation, 16/08/1921)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Tanzania
Date:

1,328    Ethnology
Accession Number:   A.955
Description: A human skull, the lower jaw of which is missing. Still retains six teeth.
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Kenya, Rift Valley, Lumbwa
Date:

1,329    Ethnology
Accession Number:   A.1011
Description: A human skull, missing the lower jaw bone.
Rogers, F H (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Kenya, Central, Mount Elgon
Date:

1,330    Ethnology
Accession Number:    A.1013
Description: Jaw bone/mandible of a mature Karamojan male. Only missing one tooth.
Rogers, F H (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, Uganda, Rudolf
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1,331    Ethnology
Accession Number:     A.1246
Description: Cast of a skull and lower jaw. There is a missing section from the side of the skull, and the jaw is separate.
Krantz, Dr F (Purchase)
Date:

1,332       Ethnology
Accession Number:           A.I.36
Description:       A lower jawbone wrapped in leaves. You can not see the jawbone.
[A.I. ...] Halifax Museum (Transfer, 1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, India, Andaman Islands
Date:

1,333     Ethnology
Accession Number:         Am.S.1
Description:    A shrunken head made from the complete skin of the head, with hair attached. The skin has been shrunken but
                retains the features which, together with the light colour of the skin, suggest that the victim was a white man.
                Badly moth-eaten. Has been treated with p-dichlorobenzene'.
[Am.S...] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Date:
Cultural Group:         Jivaro Indians

1,334     Ethnology
Accession Number:        H.184
Description: Wooden shield made of one piece of light wood 7 1/2" (19cm) wide at the ends and 6" (15cm) wide in the middle.
               The cross-section is a very flat V and the long axis is slightly curved. Down the middle on the inside is a stiffening
               rib and a handgrip that appear to be cut from the solid with rest of the shield. The front, and part of the back of
               the shield are painted black and front is ornamented with strips of red and yellow cane. It has a fringe of human
               hair along the top and down the sides. Many of the tufts are missing.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Asia, Borneo
Date:

1,335     Ethnology
Accession Number:        H.196 a
Description: Arrow. Has cane shaft for slightly more than half the length. There is then a hard wood foreshaft which has a
               long, thin bone point. The arrows are not feathered. Bone said to be human.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Obe
Date:

1,336     Ethnology
Accession Number:        H.196 b
Description: Arrow. Has cane shaft for slightly more than half the length. There is then a hard wood foreshaft which has a
               long, thin bone point. The arrows are not feathered. Bone said to be human.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Obe
Date:

1,337     Ethnology
Accession Number:        H.196 c
Description: Arrow. Has cane shaft for slightly more than half the length. There is then a hard wood foreshaft which has a
               long, thin bone point. The arrows are not feathered. Bone said to be human.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Obe
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1,338    Ethnology
Accession Number:    H.196 d
Description: Arrow. Cane shaft with nocks. Wooden foreshafts with long tip made out of human bone.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Lepers Island
Date:

1,339     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.196 e
Description:   Arrow. Cane shaft with nocks. Wooden foreshafts with long tip made out of human bone.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Lepers Island
Date:

1,340     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.196 f
Description: Arrow. Cane shaft with nocks, has an end binding of grass. Wooden foreshafts with long tip made out of human
               bone.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Lepers Island
Date:

1,341     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.197/1
Description: Arrow. Plain cane shafts. Has nocks nocks and end bindings. Wooden foreshaft with point made of human bone
               and poisoned by coating with rotten flesh.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,342     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.197/3
Description: Arrow. Plain cane shaft. Has nocks and end bindings. Wooden foreshaft with point made of human bone and
               poisoned by coating with rotten flesh. Has its leaf sheath.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,343     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.197/4
Description: Arrow. Plain cane shafts. Has nocks nocks and end bindings. Wooden foreshaft with point made of human bone
               and poisoned by coating with rotten flesh.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,344     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.197/5
Description: Arrow. Plain cane shafts. Has nocks nocks and end bindings. Wooden foreshaft with point made of human bone
               and poisoned by coating with rotten flesh.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:




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1,345     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.197/6
Description: Arrow. Plain cane shaft. Has nocks nocks and end bindings. Wooden foreshaft with point made of human bone
               and poisoned by coating with rotten flesh.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,346     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.197/7
Description: Arrow. Plain cane shaft. No nocks but end binding. Wooden foreshaft with point made of human bone and
               poisoned by coating with rotten flesh.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,347     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.199/1
Description: Arrow. Plain cane (or reed) shaft with deep v shaped nocks and grass end bindings. Long tip made of human
               bone and carved along the whole length in stylised barbs (or perhaps the fish-swallowing-fish motif).
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,348     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.199/2
Description: Arrow. Plain cane (or reed) shaft with deep v shaped nocks and grass end bindings. Long tip made of human
               bone and carved along the whole length in stylised barbs (or perhaps the fish-swallowing-fish motif).
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,349     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.732
Description: Churinga. A narrow leaf shaped piece of wood, 31 cm in length. Decorated with incised concentric circles, dots
               and U's. Coloured red with haematite. The churinga has a tassel of human hair at one end.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, Australia, Central Australia
Date:

1,350     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.799
Description: Spear; resembles 0.7246 c. Has bone butt (human ?). According to the Heape catalogue there was originally a
               piece of white coloured tapa near the point. This is now lost but traces of white remain to be seen.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,351     Ethnology
Accession Number:       H.1133
Description: Bone dagger. Human leg bone cut longitudinally to form a hollow blade, the remaining joint forming the grip. The
               bone has been smoothed and polished and the inisde of the blade coloured red.
[H...] Heape, Charles (Donation, 1923)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:




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1,352    Ethnology
Accession Number:    K.183
Description: Men's hair: Locks of black hair, tightly wrapped in fine white thread except for 2 locks at one end.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu, Futura Island
Date:

1,353     Ethnology
Accession Number:         K.232
Description:    Wooden fish hook. Shank is made from a V shaped forked branch. One end has a short length of plaited cord
                tied on, and the other has a barb said to be made of human bone.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Zealand, North Island
Date:
Cultural Group:         Maori

1,354     Ethnology
Accession Number:      K.232. (Photo)
Description:
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Oceania, New Zealand, North Island
Date:

1,355     Ethnology
Accession Number:        K.249
Description: Wooden spear; resembles 0.7246 a-c. Has bone butt (human ?). At the widest part of the shaft is a binding of
                string coated with white pigment.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,356     Ethnology
Accession Number:      K.282
Description: Arrow - cane shaft with nock but no end binding. Plain wooden foreshaft with a long conical tip said to be of
                human bone covered with gum.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Solomon Islands, Santa Cruz Islands
Date:

1,357     Ethnology
Accession Number:        K.285
Description: Arrow - plain cane shaft with nock but no binding. Wooden foreshaft carved in chevron patterns and coloured,
                black, white and orange. The conical tip is said to be of human bone covered with gum.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Solomon Islands, Santa Cruz Islands
Date:

1,358     Ethnology
Accession Number:        K.444
Description: Bone spoon made from human leg bone. Cut lengthwise to form a spatula. The end is ground smooth and very
                thin, The handle end is left rough. Hollowed out and ground to a blunt point.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, Fly River
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1,359     Ethnology
Accession Number:         K.555
Description: Wooden spear; resembles 1926.382. The shaft seems to have been covred entirely with black gum, now mostly
                lost. Butt said to be human bone.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Papua New Guinea, New Britain
Date:

1,360     Ethnology
Accession Number:      K.570
Description: Barbed arrow; plain cane shaft with nock and end binding of grass. Short wooden foreshaft with a tip made of
                human bone with groups of 4 barbs carved from it. The string binding of the foreshaft is brittle and broken.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,361     Ethnology
Accession Number:      K.571
Description: Arrow: Plain cane shaft with nock and end binding of grass. Wooden foreshaft tipped with a pointed piece of
                human bone, the grass binding of the foreshaft is loose and brittle.
[K...] Kennedy, George Alexander FZS, MA. INST (Purchase, 1955)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,362     Ethnology
Accession Number:       N.G.40/1
Description: Head-ornament; made of tightly curled coarse black human hair twisted round a head band of string, tied into a
                 band made of two strands of fine twine. Has long tie strings at each end. This and N.G. 40/2 were tied together.
[N.G...] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:
Cultural Group:         Motu Motu

1,363     Ethnology
Accession Number:         N.G.40/2
Description: Head-ornament; made of reddish brown human hair twisted round a head band of string. A short head tie at each
                 end. This item and N.G. 40/1 were tied together.
[N.G...] Halifax Museum (1955/56)
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:
Cultural Group:         Motu Motu

1,364    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.481
Description:  Dagger made from human long bone ? Sharpened to a point and polished.
Wellcome Historical Medical Museum
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
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1,365    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.505
Description: A decorated human skull. The mandible/lower jaw is attached to the skull by cane bindings either side. Both the
              lower and upper jaw have two back teeth either side. The forehead of the skull is covered with some kind of putty
              into which small shells have been stuck; many of these are now missing. The same technique has been used
              around the skulls left eye socket, to form a ring around it. Only two shells remain here. The socket itself has what
              looks like a nut or a seed the same size as the socket, inside it.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:

1,366    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.506
Description:  Decorated human skull; face and lower jaw have been covered with black resin in which white seeds have been
              stuck, but many are now lost. The left eye socket has a 12.8 cm x 3.8 cm cylindrical object fixed in it. This is
              covered with resin on the sides and has white seeds set in a roughly herring-bone pattern. The end of the
              cylinder is covered with a brown seed capsule. The lower jaw is tied to the skull and has a long carrying strap of
              plaited palm leaf (?) tied to it. The forehead has an incised rectangular panel, with a zig-zag pattern inside it.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, New Guinea
Date:

1,367    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.540/27
Description: Arrow; cane shaft with nocks and end bindings made of grass. Black wooden foreshaft. Tipped with a bone point
              (probably human).
Wellcome Historical Medical Museum
Geograpic origin:        Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,368    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.750
Description: A head covered with skin. Cut from a light wood, and covered with skin. There are raised discs in front of the
              ears, and it has a high ridged hairstyle.
Geograpic origin: Africa
Date:

1,369    Ethnology
Accession Number:        T.969
Description: Length of human hair formed into an eye at each end and bound with the same hair. The strands are also bound
              tightly at the middle of the back.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Polynesia
Date:

1,370    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.1244
Description:  Spear - heavy shafts of palm wood, tipped with pieces of human (?) bone. The upper part of each shaft is
              sleeved with black and yellow plaited cane work. Each has small tufts of feathers attached just below the bone
              point.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Melanesia
Date:

1,371    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.1245
Description:  Spear - heavy shafts of palm wood, tipped with pieces of human (?) bone. The upper part of each shaft is
              sleeved with black and yellow plaited cane work. Each has small tufts of feathers attached just below the bone
              point.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Melanesia
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1,372    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/1
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,373    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/2
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,374    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/3
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,375    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/4
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,376    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/5
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,377    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.1484/6
Description:  Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,378    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/7
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,379    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/8
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set into the cane shaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
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1,380    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1484/9
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft, with deep V-shaped nock and grass end binding. Long point made from human
              bone and carved with a group of stylised barbs. The bone point is set in a very short foreshaft.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,381    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.1484/10
Description: Arrow; cane/reed shaft. Has bone point (probably human) set in a short wooden foreshaft with barbs carved from
              the solid. Shaft is plain and has a broken nock and end binding.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,382    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.1484/11
Description: Arrow; cane/reed shafts. Has bone point (probably human) set in a short wooden foreshaft with barbs carved
              from the solid. Shaft is plain and has a broken nock and end binding.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,383    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.1484/12
Description: Arrow; cane/reed shaft. Has bone point (probably human) set in a short wooden foreshaft with barbs carved from
              the solid. The shaft is plain. Has both nock and end binding.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,384    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.1484/13
Description: Arrow; cane/reed shaft. Has bone point (probably human) set in a short wooden foreshaft with barbs carved from
              the solid. The shaft is plain. Has both nock and end binding.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,385    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.1484/14
Description:  Arrow; cane/reed shaft. Has bone point (probably human) set in a short wooden foreshaft with barbs carved from
              the solid. The shaft is plain. Has both nock and end binding.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,386    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.1484/15
Description: Arrow; cane shafts with nock. End binding is missing. Has scratchwork on the fore end. A long, needle-like bone
              tip (probably human) is fastened into short the wooden foreshaft by a long binding of thread.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,387    Ethnology
Accession Number:       T.1499
Description: Long spear; a thick, tapering pole of palm wood with two opposite rows of large shark teeth tied on with coconut
              fibre cord. At the tip, and at the base of the rows of teeth are two bands of black and yellow plaited checker-work,
              the black being human hair string. A broad, light band on the pole near the grip suggests a former cover, now
              lost. Possibly K.3.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Kiribati
Date:




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1,388    Ethnology
Accession Number:     T.1527
Description: Arrow; plain cane (or reed) shaft with deep v shaped nocks and grass end bindings. Long tip made of human
              bone.
Geograpic origin: Pacific, Oceania, Vanuatu
Date:

1,389    Ethnology
Accession Number:      T.1670
Description: A human skull with the black hair still attached, lower jaw and most of the teeth missing. The skin on its scalp is
              very dry and parts are peeling away. The hair is also plaited in places.
Geograpic origin: South America
Geograpic origin: Asia, India, Assam, Naga
Date:

1,390    Ethnology
Accession Number:     unaccessioned 1
Description: The top of a human skull, and several loose human bones.
Date:

1,391    Ethnology
Accession Number:     Unaccessioned 2
Description: A box of human bones and skull parts, including one animal (possibly horse) jaw bone.
Date:

1,392    Ethnology
Accession Number:   Unaccessioned 3
Description: A human skull, with six teeth still attached, but the lower jaw missing.
Geograpic origin:        Asia, China, Shanghai
Date:

1,393    Ethnology
Accession Number:   Unaccessioned 4
Description: A human skull.
Date:

1,394    Ethnology
Accession Number:     Unaccessioned 5
Description: A box of human bones, including a lower jaw bone.
Date:

1,395    Ethnology
Accession Number:     unaccessioned 6
Description: Skull. The lower jaw is missing, but there are still six teeth remaining in the upper part of the jaw.
Williams, G (Donation)
Geograpic origin:        Africa, South Africa
Date:
Cultural Group:         Bantu

1,396    Ethnology
Accession Number:     unaccessioned 7
Description: A complete skull. Lower jaw is detached and the majority of the teeth still remain. The skull is a dark brown
              colour.
Geograpic origin: America, North America
Date:




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1,397    Ethnology
Accession Number:     unaccessioned 9
Description: Cast of a human skull and jawbone.
Date:




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