Ure Museum Database

There are 7 objects for which Provenance contains "1890"
47.2.1 Said to be from an old tomb in Cyprus (Polis?). See JHS 1890 2003.97.0563.jpg
47.2.10 Thought to be from Cyprus, perhaps Poli, T.75.I (cf. Reading 47.2.11). See JHS 1890 2003.97.0489.jpg
47.2.11 Thought to be from Cyprus: T.146.II. From Poli? Cf. JHS 1890. 2008.10.0010.jpg
47.2.4 Said to be from an old tomb in Cyprus (Polis?); cf. JHS 1890. 2010.99.0180.jpg
47.2.6 Tamassos or said to be from an old tomb in Cyprus (Polis?): cf. JHS 1890. 2001.99.0123.jpg
47.2.9 Tamassos T.75.II. Thought to be from Cyprus: T.75.II Poli? Cf. JHS 1890 2008.98.0431.jpg
59.2.7 Enclosed note in pencil reads "Head of cat mummy ex cargo arrived from Egypt to Liverpool in the year ... see article in all year Round?" A later note, in black ink, encircled, perhaps written by Annie Ure, reads "Probably about 1890 imported for making artificial fertiliser H.B. 5.12.58." This note seemingly refers to Professor Henry Bassett, University of Reading Professor of Chemistry 1912-1946 and Dean of the Faculty of Science 1926-1930, who donated this and other Egyptian artefacts, some of dubious antiquity, in 1958.
The Ure Museum is part of
The University of Reading, Whiteknights, PO Box 217, Reading, RG6 6AH