The chlorites are a group of phyllosilicate minerals. They are various shades of green, and rarely yellow, red, or white.  It has foliated masses, scaley aggregates, and disseminated flakes.  It has a moh's hardness of 2-2.5.  

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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) 1923,1110.182 (none) (none)
18172 (none) 1932,1008.157 (none) Cylinder seal. Dark steatite. Eagle grasping 2 stags. Poor work.
18239 (none) 1933,1013.84 (none) Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Very roughly cut, and damaged: a goddess seated before a table, with standing worshipper: behind the goddess a tree.
18333 (none) 1933,1013.73 (none) Cylinder seal. Grey steatite. 2 columns of inscription.
18691 (none) 1933,1013.75 (none) Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Introduction scene with seated goddess and 1 standing figure and a tree: star and crescent above and 2 standing figures: there has been an inscription which is all weathered away.
282 (none) (none) B14951 Fragment of stone vase. On side, decoration of concentric circles. On base, inscription, "(Na)ram-S(in)"
6131 (none) 1927,0527.188 (none) Cylinder seal. Grey steatite. Weatherworn.
6483 (none) 1927,0527.194 (none) Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Inscribed. Bur-a-mu. Son of Hu-hu-a the metal worker (precious metal). About BC 2400.
7145 (none) (none) B16226 Stone bowl. Fragment of Dark steatite. On the outside, a row of scorpions carved in low relief.
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