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Object record: EA.81825
Holding institution: The British Museum
Period: 1400-1500 CE
Country of Origin: Nubia

Wooden comb, broken at one end carved to produce tapering teeth on both edges: on one edge are preserved 11 large teeth; on the other are 22 thinner teeth closely-spaced. Decoration comprises a pair of shallow incised sets of concentric circles on each side.

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