The Eckley B. Coxe Jr. Expedition to Nubia, Karanog, Aniba Cemetery; D. Randall-MacIver and C. L. Wooley, 1908
Bronze vessel with pattern punctured sideways ; the metal being raised at the end of the groove; garland pattern; red patina.
Fragment of a wooden box inlaid with ivory.
Three feet and decorated.
Decorated with leaf design.
Straight sided bronze cup with incised design in a floral /beadnet pattern with ankhs in between.
Ovoid jar showing two birds painted in red-brown and black brown in a register band at the shoulder.
Ovoid jar with sixteen stylized plant forms.
Wheel made jar with decoration of alternating bands of red-brown and purple brown.
Turned wood, plain.
Offering table with carved lotus flowers, loaves of bread, grapes and pouring water from 2 vessels. 3 lines of Meroitic writing.
Relief. Anubis and goddess pouring libation; Meroitic characters on border.
Painted Meroitic sherd decorated with scorpions.
Body of a male ba statue. Tail broken and is now a separate piece. (Head is E7001B.)
Head of a ba statue. Still retains pinkish pigment. The eyes and ears are stylized and emphasized The nose and mouth are rather crudely carved. The hair line is sharply defined.
Ba figure with human head wearing a long fringed skirt, right hand is raised with a hole as if he may have held a staff, left hand holds an object, hole is in the head for a sun disk; head restored.
Sandstone stela with 10 lines of Meroitic writing.