Museum collection reproductions of important Ur artifacts.
This category includes reproductions of Ur artifacts made to be included in a museum collection. Many of the most important, unique artifacts from Ur were part of the share that went to the Iraq Museum, and several of these were copied so that they could also be displayed in London or Philadelphia. Copies of gold objects were often made of gold plate to closely resemble the original.
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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)|
|10479||(none)||1928,1010.159||(none)||Plaster Cast Of a hole in the ground above the box in PG 800: the hole was vertical and showed traces of wood: the upper part had been cut away and only the lower part was cast. It seems to have been a wooden wand which was carved to represent a snake coiled around the staff.|
|1397||(none)||1924,0920.229||(none)||Coil of bronze: thick wire, plaited, with beads and shells adhering. [drawing: not to scale]|
|1551B||(none)||(none)||B15666||Mould. Fragment, waist downwards only. Yellow clay. Female figure, nude, with object at right hand.|
|6639J||(none)||(none)||B16396A||Group of silver staves with wooden core inside A-Y.|
|6756A||(none)||(none)||B16569||[A-B] 2 Rams. Grey gypsum. Protomoi. (1) E [UPM or BM] (1) B [Baghdad]|
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