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Analysis has shown it to be a crude, low carbon steel of a type produced 200 – 300 years ago.
A hand-wrought nail and some type of nut or washer, discovered October 31 1967, at the bottom of a dome shaped shaft filled with black stagnant water.
"We want to investigate how these pieces made it out of Egypt illegally," he said.
The Unesco convention on the illicit trade of cultural property was adopted in 1970 so it is now illegal to remove such items from their country of origin.
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Within the ovoid class is a sub-group of decorated maceheads, of flint or other siliceous stone, known as 'Maesmawr-type maceheads'; and the pestle-shaped maceheads comprise some examples with straight/-ish sides (formerly known as 'Orkney Pestles') and others with concave sides (formerly known as 'Thames Pestles', this nomenclature has been dropped since it is clear that many examples found in Orkney are waisted).
Cushion-type maceheads which are often of green or greenish stone.