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Bronze Seated Statue of Anubis

ID Numbers CG 38530 SR 3/ 5281

Materials Bronze H 13.50 cm W D/L Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Unknown

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-3

Source Unknown

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by Miscellaneous Notes Guide 2290. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Bronze Striding Statue of the God Hapi

ID Numbers JE 77 CG 38102 SR 3/ 5382

Materials Bronze H 16.50 cm W D/L Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Memphite Region Saqqara: North Serapeum Area

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-3

Source Found in 1858

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by CG Notes Guide 1777. SR: Left arm broken. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography [Book] Notice de Ghizeh. No. 1028

Bronze Top of a Scepter in the Shape of the Goddess Hat-Mehit Wearing a Fish Headdress (Lates Nilotica)
ID Numbers JE 658 CG 38972 SR 3/ 5353 Materials Bronze H 15.00 cm W D/L Dm Wt Dating Unknown Provenance Memphite Region Saqqara: North Serapeum Area

Permanent Location [From Section- Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-2

Source Found in 1858

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by Miscellaneous Notes RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Schist Striding Statue of Neferhotep

ID Numbers JE 18020 CG 38075 SR 3/ 5381

Materials Schist H 14.00 cm W D/L Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Memphite Region Saqqara

Permanent Location [From Section- Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-2

Source Found in 1862

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by CG Notes JE: Statue of Onouris; serpentine. Guide 2452. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Bronze Fish on a Stand

ID Numbers JE 22196 SR 3/ 5363

Materials Bronze H 9.00 cm W SR: H: 8 cm D/L Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Memphite Region Saqqara

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-3

Source Found in 1874

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by Miscellaneous Notes RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Limestone Statue of a Recumbent Bull

ID Numbers JE 27324 SR 3/ 5395

Materials Limestone, Pigment (Unspecified) H 7.50 cm W D/L 10.00 cm Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Unknown

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-3

Source Purchased in 1888

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by SR Notes SR: stone, painted black. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Bronze Standing Statue of Sobek in the form of a Crocodile-headed Man

ID Numbers JE 29868 CG 38684 SR 3/ 5386

Materials Bronze H 12.00 cm W D/L Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Delta: Central Sa el-Hagar (Sais; Zau; Kom el-Zalat)

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P19 - N2 - Vit-H - Arm-3

Source Found

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by SR Notes JE: Legs broken off; CG/SR: Legs and left hand broken off. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Faience Round Bead Bracelet

ID Numbers JE 45664 SR 7/ 22

Materials Faience H W D/L 78.00 cm Dm Wt

Dating New Kingdom Dynasty 18 ca. 1550-1295 BC

Provenance Thebes (Diospolis Magna; Luxor)

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P6 - Center - Vit-A

Source Excavated for the MMA (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) in 1916

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by SR Notes JE: Tomb 5AP1A1. From a smashed coffin. Found on the right arm of a mummy. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Faience Bead Collar with Pendants in the Shape of Lily

ID Numbers JE 47909 SR 7/ 29(d)

Materials Faience H W D/L 29.00 cm Dm SR: L of 6 collars: 15-38 cm. Wt

Dating New Kingdom Dynasty 18 ca. 1550-1295 BC

Provenance Memphite Region Saqqara

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P6 - Center - Vit-A

Source Excavated by C. Firth for the EAS (Egyptian Antiquities Service) in 1922

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by SR Notes JE 47906 to JE 47911 are a group of a mummy ornaments from a tomb of the 18 dynastie; SR: 6 collars displayed on the same mount. RCMDD 2011: SR 7/29 divided into (a)-(f); this object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

String of 28 Coral Beads

ID Numbers JE 49104 SR 7/ 3416

Materials Coral H W D/L 18.00 cm Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Northern Upper Egypt Dendera (Iunet; Tentyris)

Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P6 - Center - Vit-C - Side-1 - Pup-2 - k

Source Excavated by P. Lacau

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by Angy Abdelaziz Notes JE 49104 to JE 49107 were found in a pot of mud near a shaft with stairway, whose depth is 5 m, under the threshold of the door of the shaft. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

String of Gold Beads and Figurines

ID Numbers JE 49105 SR 7/ 3417

Materials Gold H W D/L 15.00 cm Dm Wt

Dating Unknown

Provenance Northern Upper Egypt Dendera (Iunet; Tentyris)

Permanent Location [Fom Section-Stolen] EMC - P6 - Center - Vit-C - Side-1 - Pup-2 - L

Source Excavated by P. Lacau

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by SR7.3_Sp005LR Notes JE 49104 to JE 49107 were found in a pot of mud near a shaft with stairway, whose depth is 5 m, under the threshold of the door of the shaft. RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography

Necklace Composed of 44 Glass Beads Molded in Metal

ID Numbers JE 58434 SR 7/ 3423

Materials Glass, Gold H W D/L 66.00 cm Dm Wt

Dating Greco-Roman

332 BC-AD 364 Permanent Location [From Section-Stolen] EMC - P6 - Center - Vit-C Source Excavated by S. Gabra for Cairo University

Provenance Middle Egypt Tuna el-Gebel Necropolis Petosiris

Courtesy of the Egyptian Museum. Photo by SR Notes RCMDD 2011: This object was found missing following the looting and vandalism that happened in the museum on January 28, 2011. It is one of the 12 objects returned to the museum on 17/03/2011 by the the police, after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them. Bibliography [Journal] Annales du Service des Antiquits de l'Egypte. Vol. XXXII