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Date Made/Found: 1550-1069 BC
Material and Medium: Wood
Dimensions: Dimensions 355mm x 350mm
Place Object Found: Luxor
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: J5.5.80.3
This wooden stool has been reconstructed from ancient fragments. Three of the legs and three of the struts are Ancient Egyptian. The stool originally had a seat of woven reeds or leather. It was found at Thebes (Luxor), Egypt, by Sheffield antiquarian and radical campaigner Reverend Greville J. Chester (1830–1892).

Text courtesy of Joann Fletcher.
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