Context Title: Unit A | A-P 12-17     
Context Name (Publication): Unit A     
Context Name (Excavation): A-P 12-17     
Context Description: This unit includes a shrine, store rooms and the domestic housing of the entu preistess.     


Objects: Unit A | A-P 12-17 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)
6294 (none) 1927,0527.27 (none) Stone vase fragment. Grey limestone. Inscribed. ?dim?ni?an-na. About BC 2500-2400. E.
6339 (none) (none) (none) Fragment of black stone. One line of inscription. ( )mah dNin-gal: the great [ ] of Ningal - Perhaps door? Inscribed from right to left (reversed like inscription on seal) Edge of the stone worn by use. Ur. H.C. No. 70.
6354 (none) (none) B16564 Diorite Door Socket of Ur-Nammu to Nin-e-gal. To Ninegal his lady, Ur-Nammu, the mighty man, king of Ur, king of Sumer and Akkad, has built her house. 1 to B. 1 to E. H.C.
6361 (none) 1927,0527.31 (none) Fragment of alabaster vase. En-an-ni-pad-da priest of nannar son of Urdbau patesi of Lagash. E.
6362 (none) (none) B16207, B16207 Fragment of alabaster vase. To Ningal, his lady, for the life of Sumuili, the mighty man, king of Ur?(P/16207) H.C. E
6703 (none) (none) (none) Inscribed (d?)En-men-an-na. =Lord of the heavenly crown Pr. Name or name of Nannar? H.C. B.
6722A (none) (none) (none) Door-socket of ^(d)Gimil-^(d)Sin. His own beloved house. Same inscription U.3337. 2 to B. 1 to E. H.C.
6722B (none) (none) (none) Door-socket of dGimil-dSin. His own beloved house. Same inscription U.3337. 2 to B. 1 to E. H.C.
6726 (none) 1927,0527.28 (none) Black stone bowl. Of En-mah-gal-an-na en dnannar Cf. the date of the 4th year of Bur-Sin. E. [drawing]
6736 (none) (none) (none) Inscribed steatite dish. "For the life of dShulgi, the god of his land, king of Ur, king of the 4 regions of the world-----. H.C. B
6834 (none) (none) (none) Clay vase. Drab. Type XX =RC.226; =L.80 Note [not?] for pottery dating. Larsa period.
6839 (none) (none) (none) Stone cover. Black With carinated ridge and decoration of concentric circles. [drawing 1:2]
6871 (none) (none) B16241 Clay vase. Miniature. Glazed, bleached white. Blue. Fragment from body of pot shows that the whole was originally of this color. Rest of pot bleached. Type CCXIV miniature. 1L.53. E [drawing 1:2]
6880 (none) (none) (none) Bowl. Stone. Black? Fragment. Type XLVI. =RC.36. III pl.XCIX Type 5.
6887 (none) (none) (none) Bowl. Stone. Green loose-grained stone. Basic diorite? Type ?RC.36. RC.196. ?draw. Perhaps like this [reference to drawing] [illegible] slightly flattened base. B. [drawing]
6888 (none) (none) (none) Clay vase. Carinated rim. Type [CCV crossed out] 277. =1L.7.
6889A (none) (none) (none) Clay vase. Drab. Type.
6899 (none) (none) B16307 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Inscribed. Winged dragon, rampant, accosted by god, who wears high horned headdress. Behind Gilgamesh and slave? Shaven and shorn carrying a fly whisk? Attributes: crescent moon. Inscribed. Dun-ur kiki dNannar. About 2300 BC.
6918 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Carnelian. Fragmentary. Scene of worship. Goddess leading votary by the hand.
6919 (none) (none) (none) Carnelian beads. Collection of 22. Some broken. E.
6933 (none) (none) (none) Bowl alabaster. Greenish grey. Broken and fragmentary. Type. Omit.
6946 (none) 1927,0527.58 (none) Alabaster vase. Veined, white and yellow. Broken and fragmentary. Type.
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