Description (Media Properties): Ur Albums Photo Provisional     
Title: Provisional Field Photo Album     
Notes: the references to provisional photo album need to be checked and finalized as to photo number and filename of the photo     


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Object U Number Museum Number (UPM Date Reg Number) Museum Number (BM Registration Number) Museum Number (UPM B-number) Description (Catalog Card)
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(none) 31-43-578 (none) (none) unknown
10006 (none) (none) (none) Beads Double conoids of gold and lapis The larger gold beads are of foil over bitumen, the smaller more solid: the largest are unusually large, both in gold and lapis
10017 (none) (none) (none) Silver Belt Fragments of Found lying round the waist
10019A (none) (none) (none) [A-P] Earrings. Gold and Silver. Spirals of wire. [A-D] 4 of gold, [E-P] 12 of silver. There were other silver examples too broken to be kept: all the silver is much corroded. Two of the gold rings were inside silver ones (the latter a good deal broken).
10023 (none) (none) (none) Spear The head is of copper, leaf-shaped with parallel ribbing The upper part of the haft is plated with gold in imitation of jointed bamboo The lower part of the haft was plain wood
10049A (none) (none) B17520.1 Copper spear-heads [struck out: "eleven" and "twelve"] thirteen all of the solid poker type, square in section write chisel-ended clamp No 11 had round it the copper collar from the end of the shaft (broken)
1012 (none) 1923,1110.99 (none) Terracotta relief. Red clay. Moulded, in a rectangular frame (shrine?) a female figure wearing turreted headdress, heavy cloak with big rosettes on shoulders, flounced skirt. In each hand a bottle (?): 4 large rosettes in field above shoulders. Features pinched and not recognizable. Broken off at knees.
1014 (none) (none) B15189 Terracotta relief. Moulded. Seated female figure. Very elaborate headdress. Grotesque features, flounced skirt: hands on breasts: in field, crescent (above head) and dotted circles. Much damaged by salt flaking. Red clay.
10168 (none) 1928,1010.252 (none) Cylinder Seal Lapis lazuli Men fighting rampant lions and bulls
1019 (none) (none) B15193 Terracotta relief. Moulded. A grotesque male mask, hollow behind, with holes through eyes and at edge for suspension. Very bad condition, Reddish clay, once covered with white slip.
1022 (none) (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Moulded. Upper part of group of 2 figures, bearded male figure wearing high lunar headdress: in field, above, crescent; behind male figure a staff with crescent top.
10397 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder Seal Mottled marble Black with small brownish spots Unusually large size, Very slightly convex. 4 horned deities bearing offerings of (corn?) to an enthroned deity who holds a triple wisp of (corn?) in his right hand. Behind throne a spouting tree on a stand. Seated god has a short pigtail which curls up at back. Standing gods have hair done up in a double bun at the back, they are bearded; wear a long sleeve-less coat tied by a band at the waist. Last deity has a kaukanes flounced skirt like enthroned deity. The latter has a cloak which covers left arm but leaves right arm exposed. Sargonic Grave. [drawing]
10412 (none) 1928,1010.1 (none) Harp The upright of wood with gold cap, bound below with gold and with a bitumen shoe: in the upright are the keys, copper nails with gilt heads. The body has disappeared, but there was a vertical border of gold and lapis along the edge. On the body stood a wooden sounding-box, the edge inlaid with shell having patterns in red paint and lapis. The head of the harp, in front, was a gold bulls head with eyes, hair, and beard of lapis. Found in very bad condition, all the wood gone and only the decoration left, but that virtually in its original position
10436A (none) (none) B16744A Box (?) Semi-circular The body of [B] silver, the lid of [A] shell and lapis inlay. The lid is of soild shell with inlaid diamond decoration found round the edge and engraved concentric lines on the top: inside this frame is a figure of a lion just after a spring silhouetted against lapis, the engraved lines filled in with red and black. Found on the SE side of the the box.
10451 (none) (none) B17692 Gold Lamp bowl with sloped straight sides rising from a ridge foot, with narrow carinated rim: from the rim projects a trough spout. (orig. circular, now bent)
10455 (none) 1928,1010.135 (none) Silver Bucket (?) but with no handles [drawing] Type XXXII
10507 (none) 1928,1010.450 (none) Stone bowl Calcite White Most of surface decayed Broken & mended Part missing [drawing] Type LXVI
10758.1 (none) (none) B16925A [.1-.2] 2 Gold Ear Rings Each a pair consisting of lunate ended rings one big and one small linked together, a pair on each ear [drawing]
10758.2 (none) (none) B16925B [.1-.2] 2 Gold Ear Rings Each a pair consisting of lunate ended rings one big and one small linked together, a pair on each ear [drawing]
10766A (none) (none) (none) [A-B] 2 Silver Bracelets. (broken) and [C-D] 2 lapis lazuli cylinder seals. The end of one of the bracelets was perforated through the hole in the larger lapis seal. Possibly the smaller seal was attached to the second bracelet in the smae way, but it was actually found loose inside the hemispherical copper bowl above which the bangles were found. (C) Larger seal: rampant gazelles and lion? Male figure with bird head wearing forked diadem. (D) Smaller seal: Tree; 4 standing figures. Star on pole standing upon a triangle.
10851 (none) 1928,1010.4 (none) Gold Bowl Oval Plain, with raised oval base and slightly projecting rim: at each end is a strongly marked rib running from base to rim. In the centre of each side, just below the rim, is a double lug made of 3 short vertical gold tubes; through these pass the 2 strands of a loop handle made of a gold wire, square in section, and twisted to give a cable effect.
10916 (none) (none) B17065 Silver Bulls Head With long horns and inlaid eyes The muzzle has been damaged, and one of the horns broken off and re-attached. It came from a wooden statue, judging from the fact that nothing else was found to which it could have belonged: the shell plaques U.10917 A and B must have been on its chest as usual Photo 1020 (a)
1102 (none) (none) (none) Clay figurine. Moulded. Lower part missing. Pinkish-drab clay. [drawing 1:1]
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