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)
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.
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.
1102 (none) (none) (none) Clay figurine. Moulded. Lower part missing. Pinkish-drab clay. [drawing 1:1]
2638 (none) (none) (none) Pot fragment. Marble, with him in low relief, standing on brick pavement. [drawing 1:2]
2888 (none) (none) (none) Fragment of inlay. Arogonite, oblong: pierced behind for suspension: honey-colored.
3060 (none) (none) (none) Copper arrowhead. Simple blade. [drawing 1:1]
3061 (none) (none) (none) Copper arrowhead. Triangular pattern. [drawing 1:1]
3158 (none) (none) (none) Votive stone of Utu-hegal (BC 2350). Fragment diorite. Text: (To Nin-)gal, (beloved wife of) Sin, (his lady), (for) the life, of Utu-hegal, king of Uruk, king of the (4 regions of the world) Ur ( dEngur?) vice [regent] of Ur, (to) the mother of E-gish(-shir)-gal in Ur... utu Hegal, king of the Vth uruk Dynasty before Ur dEngur. H.C.
2920 (none) 1927,1003.240 (none) Eye from figurine. Shell with pupil of lapis lazuli. [drawing 1:1]
3277 (none) (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Female with elaborately dressed hair and flounced robe. [drawing 1:1]
2935 (none) 1927,1003.151 (none) Terracotta figurine. Female: primitive snowman technique. [drawing 1:2]
3119 (none) (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Female, nude but for necklets, holding tambourine from fine mould. [drawing 1:1]
3331 (none) (none) (none) Lower part of small statue. Not 3rd Dynasty. White limestone: lower part of dress and feet on base. Sketch 1:2. [drawing 1:2]
3209 (none) (none) (none) Statue fragment. White stone: breast of man, with flounced dress, holding circlet in right hand: left arm raised. [drawing 1:1]
6775 (none) 1927,0527.210 (none) PAP-SU-GAL. Mud figures. Traces of whitewash remain. Bearded male figure. Right arm attached and held parallel with the ground. Close fitting cap.
6771D (none) (none) (none) PAP-SU-GAL. Mud figures. 4 snakes. Neo-Babylonian.
6776A (none) 1927,0527.68 B16299 Gold nob. E.
6639J (none) (none) B16396A Group of silver staves with wooden core inside A-Y.
6353B (none) 1927,0527.6 (none) [A-G] Door Socket of Ur-nammu. Diorite. To Ningal his lady Ur-Nammu, the mighty man, king of Ur, King of Sumer and Akkad her Gig-par-azag-ga, has built. 4 to E [UPM and BM] 3 to B [Baghdad]
6353C (none) (none) B16567 [A-G] Door Socket of Ur-nammu. Diorite. To Ningal his lady Ur-Nammu, the mighty man, king of Ur, King of Sumer and Akkad her Gig-par-azag-ga, has built. 4 to E [UPM and BM] 3 to B [Baghdad]
6612 (none) (none) B16665 Alabaster stela. Fragment: broken but complete. Lunar disk. Religious? Scene. Three figures only remain in relief on the left - shaven male figure, right arm extended, upper arm only remains. Lower part of body fragmentary. Figure is apparently in profile. Middle figure head lost: left arm mutilated and lower portion of dress lost: arms and apparently head in profile but body full face. Figure is clothed in flounced kaunakas skirt, 6 tiers of flounces showing. Dress covered upper arm but left forearm exposed. Left hand rests on chest, right arm held upright and hand lost. Behind, a clean shaven bald-headed male figure, 3/4 face, left arm held below breast; right arm bent at elbow and held upright carrying an object which may be a torch. Left hand holds a sword which runs diagonally across left side. Figure is apparently draped in a thin waist cloth, mutilated below waist. Typical Sumerian head. At back fragment of an inscription.
6366 (none) (none) (none) Large oolite plate. To Ningal, his lady Ur-Nammu, the mighty man, king of Ur, king of Sumer and Akkad, for his life has presented. Type XXX. B. H.C.
6776B (none) (none) (none) Vase. Alabaster. White. Inscribed. En-an-ni-pad-da, priest of Nannar son of Ur Bau, patesi of Lagash. Type II. (JN 19 near) Enter in Larsa catalog [last word may be incorrect] B.
6832 (none) 1927,0527.38 (none) Ram. Black diorite. Fragment. Part of one horn alone remains. E.
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