Mosaic glass or millefiori elements. (a-1-2) Half face of the goddess Hathor, canes of opaque yellow, opaque red, turquoise, all in a white matrix. Face delineated with blue, red lips, wig, series of alternating rosettes and turquoise and red "triglyphs", cow ear, horizontal crown base of small alternating vertical bands of yellow, red, deep blue and turquoise, base preserves delicate rosette necklace. (b-1-8 - formerly part of group f) Eight full face plaques of Hathor, almost certainly formed from the same larger cane as the two halves of group (a). There is a great deal of distortion in several of the canes. (c-1-3 - formerly balance of group f) Three half heads of an owl, delineated in blue with a yellow eye in a white matrix. (d-1-4 - formerly part of h) Four mosaic elements, roughly square in cross section preserving a yellow-centered rosette with white petals, each cased in blue in a blue matrix; this element is employed in the wig and necklace of Hathor, see group (a,b). (e) Mosaic glass strip (formerly identified as a sawtooth pattern with ivy leaf along one edge). Actually this is the lintel of a miniature shrine with twenty-three cobras forming the horizontal element, their heads are roughly cut in a sawtooth pattern from a monochrome turquoise band which runs above a series of raised bodies delineated with a scale pattern in yellow on a field of blue and turquoise in a long rectangular red matrix (see remarks below). (f-1-6 - formerly b-1-2, c and part of g) Three mosaic glass inlays in the form of wings, two large have a scale pattern of blue cased with yellow from which radiate a series of white feathers cased in blue and in turn a larger series of blue feathers cased in red flare out in white matrix, the entire wing appears lightly cased in red. For complete description see Notepad: Current Full Description 1977-04.