Calcite is a very common and widespread mineral that comes in a variety of forms and colors. It ranges in color appearing as white, colorless, gray, red, green, blue, yellow, brown, and orange. It has a moh's hardness of 3.  

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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)
(none) (none) 1935,0112.7 (none) (none)
167A (none) (none) (none) (none)
439A (none) (none) B14934 (none)
18308A (none) (none) (none) (none)
14339 (none) (none) (none) 2 calcite beads. Section: [drawing 1:1]
13511A (none) (none) (none) 2 necklaces (A) Steatite bugle, steatite double conoid, calcite barrel, carnelian bugle, steatite bugle, gold ball fluted, carnelian bugle, gold ball fluted, steatite bugle, steatite bugle. In order. (B) Second string in following order: steatite ring bead, ditto, steatite double conoid, ditto, gold ball, carnelian disc pendant with white border decoration, gold ring bead, jasper double conoid, ditto.
14258 31-17-133 (none) (none) 3 large lentoid beads: 1 gold and 2 calcite(?).
14262 (none) (none) (none) 5 beads: 3 sard cylindricals; 1 double conoid; 1 calcite(?) barrel.
892 (none) 1923,1110.64 (none) Alabaster bowl, fragment of highly colored veined alabaster. About 1/3 of bowl, composed of 4 fragments, stuck together. Type RC.25.
911 (none) (none) (none) Alabaster bowl. Fragment of.
237 (none) (none) B14965 Alabaster Bull's head. Being the front part of a rectangular trough-shaped vase. The stone is in very bad condition and the head has been put together from fragments. The eyes were inlaid and the ears and horns attached. Fine spirited work.
884A (none) (none) B14969 Alabaster cup, fragments of, 5 pieces, reduced to 3, of straight-sided cup or tumbler in poor quality white alabaster. Type RC.13
884B (none) (none) B14969 Alabaster cup, fragments of, 5 pieces, reduced to 3, of straight-sided cup or tumbler in poor quality white alabaster. Type RC.13
884C (none) (none) B14969 Alabaster cup, fragments of, 5 pieces, reduced to 3, of straight-sided cup or tumbler in poor quality white alabaster. Type RC.13
255 (none) 1923,1110.23 (none) Alabaster fragment of jar. Inscribed.
257 (none) 1923,1110.15 (none) Alabaster fragment of jar. Inscribed. Dedication by [crossed out] for (?) [annotated] Dungi. Part of same bowl as U.248. Joined to U.248 and 260. Copied and Transliterated Placed in IN/No. 1
858 (none) 1923,1110.55 (none) Alabaster pot. Cylindrical, with out-turned flat rim a hole in one side, and most of rim missing. Restored from fragments. [drawing]
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.
7807 (none) (none) (none) Alabaster vase fragment Rimus: ded. to Sin (from booty of Elam?) Lines 1-9 of an inscription identical with that of vase C, SAK p. 162 except line 2 which is ^dEN-ZU: NB.2 or 3 signs scratched on the base. HC 76
881 (none) 1923,1110.25 (none) Alabaster vase fragment of slightly carinated cylindrical jar in white-veined mackeral alabaster. Inscribed: portions of 2 lines. Probably a dedication to 'Nin'-(gal?) by... [king] 'of Ur' Type RC.5
882 (none) (none) (none) Alabaster vase fragment of, from rim of cylindrical jar with flat everted rim. Alabaster. First line only, "thing dedicated..." RC.9
6358 (none) (none) B16206, B16206 Alabaster vase of Ishme-Dagan. To Nannar - eldest son of Enlil, his king Ishme Dagan -- (rest is same text as the brick U.2566)-- beloved husband of Innana, for his life, he has presented it. E. H.C.
1696 (none) 1924,0920.396 (none) Alabaster vase. Fragment. With remains of archaic inscription.
6356 (none) (none) (none) Alabaster vase. Property of Ningal Type II. Type RC.5. B. [drawing 1:4]
6489 (none) 1927,0527.56 (none) Alabaster vase. White and yellow streaks. Type L stone. Near JN.14. E

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