Ure Museum Database

There are 4 objects for which Decoration contains → attatched
E.62.18 Stone scarab, the beetle attatched to a flat base. The thorax consists of parallel straight lines, the upper body is flat, and the 'head' consists of parallelagram like shape a ceratted edge to represent the mouth. 2008.08.0018.jpg
E.62.57 Long, curved trowl, reaching two small handles on either end. Between these two is a third handle with a hole indicating it was once attatched to something else. The curved edge was clearly quite sharp but has since dulled. 2005.02.0147.jpg
E.65.17 Amulet shaped like the Ibis bird. The details are unclear but it is apparent that the neck cranes down so that the head sits on the body. The hole for threading is attatched to the neck. The whole bird sits on a flat base. 2002.98.0948.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.98 Small male head with curly thick hair, a large beard, and a large moustache, as well as a furrowed brow. The shape of the head suggests that it was once attatched at the back to a wall or other verticle structure, although that back of the head does have a concave structure to it. Coarse, dark red fabric. 2003.93.0167.jpg
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