One of the lamps belongs to Sultan Barquq and has been recently recovered from London. The second is still missing while the third and forth were recovered from the UAE.
The stelae belongs to a man called Sheshenefertom and is carved in limestone. It was originally discovered by an Italian archaeological mission from Rome University inside Shashanq tomb number TT27 at Al-Assassif necropolis on Luxor’s west bank.
Sarcophagus of a child
It should also use its best efforts to facilitate technical assistance in cultural resource management and security in Egypt, as appropriate, under available programmes.