Naqada I–III, 3850–2960 B.C.
Findspot: Egypt, el Mahasna
Largest pebble is 2.1 cm long, smallest is .6 in diameter
Medium or Technique
Stone (various kinds- travertine, agate, quartzites)
Not On View
Seventy-one pebbles, or marbles, of various stones, various sizes; polished smooth and roundish in shape. Found with a palette, Eg.Inv.4792
Possibly late predynastic.
[each pebble has not been assigned a specific number in the sequence assigned to it by the registrar in the accessioning process; e.g. there is no 09.821.45 specifically]
El Mahasna; plundered grave in cemetery H.
1909: Excavated by the Egyptian Excavation Fund; awarded to the Egypt Exploration Fund in the division of Finds by the government of Egypt; voted to the MFA by the government of Egypt.
See also notes section
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