This mineral is green in color. Used in jewelry or ornamentation.

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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)
17924B (none) 1932,1008.69 (none) Weights. A) and C) haemitite, B) diorite. -- Type II [drawing 1:1]
18830 (none) 1935,0112.55 (none) Stamp seal. Square. Dark mottled steatite. A spread eagle holding in one claw a club(?) and with the other clasping a small human figure.
2674 (none) 1927,1003.60 (none) Door-socket of Sin-balatsu-iqbi (time of Ashurbanapal) shakkanak (vice regent) of Ur son of Ningal-iddinna. Restoration of Elemen-ni-gur. In particular of the gate-way to Esag-dili (the Ziggurat). The gate was built in the middle of the terrace of the temenos, on the procession way (! e hal-la-ta du-a). The door was of boxwood, fixed with bronze pegs in massive walls, had a gold USH, a silverlock, silver plated bronze binding (?). See notes. H.C.
6079 (none) (none) (none) Veined mace head. Serpentine? B.
9819A (none) 1928,1010.272 (none) [A-D] Gold earrings. (4) Circumference of gold wire hammered over to give the appearance of 2 coils.
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