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Burial gifts from the “Romeo and Juliet” coffin include 20 palmette gold pendants, five pairs of gold earrings, several sets of gold and carnelian (a form of red quartz) beads and an alabaster cosmetic spoon shaped like a nude swimming girl. The swimming-girl spoon, a common find in Egyptian tombs, still has traces of paint on her hair and around her eyes and buttocks.