Context Title: D.5     
Context Name (Excavation): D 5     
Context Description: PFT     


Objects: D.5 Export: JSON - XML - CSV

Object U Number Museum Number (UPM Date Reg Number) Museum Number (BM Registration Number) Museum Number (UPM B-number) Description (Catalog Card)
13727 (none) 1930,1213.546 (none) Bead. Dark grey pebble. Lentoid flattened on 1 side like a stamp seal, but plain underneath. [drawing]
14407 31-17-86 (none) (none) Figurine (amulet?) of a bull, white stone. Carved in the round: the eyes originally inlaid and in one is preserved the ring of white shell. Pierced behind the shoulder for suspension. [drawing 1:1]
14472 (none) (none) (none) Pot sherds. Belonging to a single pot, painted, of Jemdet Nasr 3-color type: may for about 1/3 of the pot.
14475 (none) 1930,1213.314 (none) Clay pot. Drab clay. Type CCCXIX. Not in catalog.
14495 31-17-18 (none) (none) Cylinder seal of white shell. The decoration consists simply of drill-point holes irregularly spaced over the whole surface.
14496 (none) (none) (none) Clay ring of uncertain use. Not in catalog. [drawing]
14909 31-17-317 (none) (none) Clay pot. Plain red, burnished. Spouted pot, with a second (sham) spout: the real spout and the rim missing: raised bands on shoulder and down upper part of sides: found all cracked and removed in paper.
14930 (none) 1930,1213.349 (none) Clay bottle(?) Miniature. Phallic. In the rim are 4 holes drilled through to the side of the neck. [drawing 1:1]
14951 (none) (none) (none) Drain. Teracotta trough. Rectangular in section. Not in catalog. [drawing]
14966 (none) 1930,1213.301 (none) Trough drain. Greensih clay (section). Loose in soil by the pottery kiln. Not in catalog. [drawing]
15350 (none) (none) (none) Clay cup. TO painted ware. Greenish drab body, black lines round rim & belly: broken but complete. Type CCCXLV. Presented from the London share to Mr. Reckitt, by order of the director.
15352 (none) (none) (none) Clay cup. TO ware, painted, greenish ground, black bands round irm & belly, broken but complete. Type CCCXLV.
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Sibling Locations

C.4 - C.5 - C.6 - C.7 - C.8 - D.4 - D.6 - D.7 - D.8 - E.4 - E.5 - E.6 - E.7 - E.8 - F.6 - F.8 - Graves


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