Museum: British Museum      
Object Type: Furniture >> Offering Tables 1     
Season Number: 03: 1924-1925 1     
Description (Modern): Pottery offering-stand with rectangular slots in the sides; incised decoration including palm fronds, triangles and cross-hatching; repaired and restored.1     
Material: Inorganic Remains >> Clay >> Fired 1     
Museum Number (BM Registration Number): 1927,1003.2791     
Measurement (Diameter): 3101     Rim
Measurement (Diameter): 1201     stem
Measurement (Height): 3551     
Fabric: Fine orange-brown clay1     
[1] Data collected by British Museum research team.

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Location Context Title Context Description Description (Modern)
Ur When Woolley lists context only as 'Ur' on his object catalog cards he tends to mean that it was found somewhere within the confines of the city wall but no more specific than that. These are often surface finds that Woolley felt did not require more specific find spot information. Those found outside the city walls were typically recorded as 'brought in' followed by the name of the broad region from which they were brought in by the workers. (none)
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