Gold Mouthpiece 183-196, 347..
183. Gold mouthpiece, stamped in the middle with a pair of vertical bow-spirals Plate III. placed in opposite directions. Between each group of two spirals is placed a single smaller spiral. On either side is a group of three spirals in a horizontal direction. Pierced at either end. Tomb 72.
185. Pale gold mouthpiece, with crescent-shaped ubject (representing the Plate III. mouth and lips T) between two patterns made up of tlouble volutes, etc. A hole is pierced at either end.
190. Gold mouthpiece, broad in the middle, but narrow at either end. The Plate IIL middle is stamped with a large triple rosette ; there are two small rosettes on each of the narrow ends. Either end is pierced with a hole. Tomb 22.
193. Gold mouthpiece stamped with the outline of the mouth and with a dotted Plate III. border above and below. At either end are stamped respectively three and two eight-petal led rosettes, each within a circle. A hole is pierced at either extremity. Tomb 93.Zootopia film
194. Gold mouthpiece of pointed-oval form, stamped with a design of two Plate III. goats standing inwards, one on either side of a group of three palm trees. Beneath the muzzle of the goat on the right is a bush, beneath that of the goat on the left is a spiral (plant .’). Each goat stands on a line. At the left extremity are three linked spirals, on the right a single large one, with a smaller one over the back of the goat. There is a border of small rings above and below. Three holes are pierced at either end. Tomb 93.
195. Gold mouthpiece, stamped with two parallel lines representing the lips, and Plate III. with eight designs (six incomplete) of a half-seated lion within a square panel. Between the panels is a series of small stamped rings placed very irregularly. Pierced with two holes at one end. Tomb 93.
196. Gold mouthpiece, stamped with twelve figures of Sphinxes, seated. There is Plate III. a row of five placed horizontally between two rows of four and three respectively with the figures placed in a vertical direction. In these latter rows parts of the figures are in some cases cut away. The Sphinxes, which are in square panels, have raised wings carefully indicated, and two locks of hair streaming away from the back of their head. A hole is pierced at either end of the mouthpiece. Tomb 91.
347. Gold earring composed of small overlapping ring with tapering end.s. From Plate III. the ling, attached by a loop, hangs a figure of a woman, formed of two stamped plates folded over one another at the edges and soldered together. The woman wears the klaft and a long sleeved garment girt at the waist, the knot of the eirdle falling down in front. She has her arms folded over her breasts. Her feet are indicated underneath. Toinb 95.