ANTIQUITIES THAT HAVE BEEN RECOVERED
Objects found in a bag in the metro station by a passerby
1: Gilded wooden statue of Tutankhamun standing in a boat throwing a harpoon. The statue suffered slight damage. The boat had stayed in the Museum.
2: One of the eleven missing shabtis of Yuya and Tjuya, in good condition.
3: Gilded bronze and wooden trumpet of Tutankhamun, in good condition.
4: A part of Tutankhamun’s fan.
Recovered by the Tourism and Antiquities Police
5: Bronze Statue of Osiris.
6: Another Bronze Statue of Osiris, stolen from an unknown place.
7: Bronze Statue of Horus.
8: Bronze Statue of Harpocrates, stolen from an unknown place.
Objects returned on March 17th, 2011 by the police after being confiscated from three men during their attempt to sell them
9: Bronze Seated Statue of Anubis.
10: Bronze Striding Statue of the God.
11: Hapi. Left arm broken.
12: Bronze Top of a Scepter in the Shape of the Goddess Hat-Mehit Wearing a Fish Headdress.
13: Schist Striding Statue of Neferhotep.
14: Bronze Fish on a Stand.
15: Limestone Statue of a Recumbent Bull.
16: Bronze Standing Statue of Sobek in the form of a Crocodile-headed Man. Legs broken off.
17: Faience Round Bead Bracelet from the right arm of a mummy.
18: Faience Bead Collar with Pendants in the Shape of Lily, mummy ornament.
19: String of twenty-eight Coral Beads.
20: String of Gold Beads and Figurines.
21: Necklace Composed of forty-four Glass Beads Molded in Metal.
Artifacts confiscated by the army on March 27th, 2011 from a dealer trying to sell them in Khan el-Khalili bazaar
22: Bronze Seated Statue of Bastet.
23: Bronze Seated Statue of Osiris.
24: Bronze Striding Statue of the Goddess Neith.
25: Inscribed Bronze Sceptre of Ankhusiri.
26: Bronze Statue of an Apis Bull Wearing the Sun Disk and Uraeus, found in broken condition.
Found by a sixteen year-old protestor in Tahrir Square, who took it home and was reprimanded by his family
27: Limestone Statue of the Pharaoh Akhenaten holding an Offering Table.
ANTIQUITIES THAT ARE STILL AT LARGE
28: Gilded Wood Statue of Tutankhamun Wearing the Red Crown.
29: Gilded Wooden Statue of Menkaret Carrying a Mummified Tutankhamun.
30: Statue of Tutankhamun.
31: Gilded Wood Fanstock.
32: Wooden Model Vase.
33: Terracotta Plaque in the Form of a Bed.
34: Bronze Striding Statue of Onuris.
35: Inscribed Bronze Seated Statue of a Cat (Bastet) Dedicated by Padiamen.
36: Inscribed Bronze Striding Statue of Harpocrates Wearing the Andjety Diadem.
37: Bronze False Beard, 12cm.
38: Bronze False Beard, 9.50cm.
39: Plastered Wooden Shabti of Tjuya Covered with Silver Leaf, Incised with Nine Lines of Inscription.
40: Wooden Shabti of Yuya with Ten Lines of Inscription in Yellow.
41: Painted and Gilded Wooden Shabti of Yuya with Seven Lines of Incised Inscription.
42: Plastered and Gilded Wooden Shabti of Tjuya with Nine Lines of Incised Inscription.
43: Wooden Shabti of Yuya with Eleven Lines of Inscription in Yellow.
44: Wooden Shabti of Yuya with Nine Lines of Incised Inscription in Yellow.
45: Wooden Shabti of Yuya with Nine Lines of Incised Inscription in Blue.
46: Uninscribed Calcite Shabti of Yuya.
47: Ebony Shabti of Yuya with Seven Lines of Inscription in Yellow.
48: Unfinished Limestone Statue of Nefertiti as an Offering Bearer.
49: Red Granite Striding Statue of an Amarna Princess.
50: Quartzite Head of an Amarna Princess.
51: Stone Statuette of a Scribe from Amarna.
52: Steatite Statue of Bes on a Calcite Base.
53: Quartzite Statue of an Amarna Princess.
54: Steatite Statue of a Scribe with Thoth as a Baboon on a Limestone Base.
55: Painted Limestone Statue of a Seated Man.
56: Bronze Statue of an Apis Bull with a Sun Disk Between its Horns.
57: Striding Bronze Figure of Nakht.
58: Painted Limestone Shabti of an Official.
59: Faience Round Bead Bracelet.
60: Gold, Stone and Faience Collar.
61: Part of a Lapis Lazuli Girdle of Merytamun B.
62: Ten Faience Amulets and a Faience Bead.
63: Painted Limestone Standing Statue of a Young Woman Wearing a Large Wig.
64: Gilded Wood Statue of Tutankhamun being Carried by Goddess Menkaret.