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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)
8993 (none) (none) B16875 Cylinder seal Dark greenish steatite. Very large with fine engraved scene: 3 human figures and 2 man-headed bulls crossed.
9026 (none) (none) B16876 Cylinder seal. Marble: green and white. A winged god wearing conical cap and a straight flowing skirt which is represented by vertical parallel lines, holds left arm slightly upraised while apparently addressing a second naked god. The second god is engaged in felling to the ground an unwinged god who is represented as utterly unbalanced, arms flung downward behind the head, head and feet drooping to the ground, middle of the body uppermost. Beyond: a third winged divinity stands over the back of a crouching man, right foot upon the neck, left foot upon the rump. The winged divinity also lays his right hand upon the head of a naked kneeling suppliant, and his left upon the head of a similar suppliant who kneels upon the left knee only. Bold but rather coarse cutting. Subject not hitherto found upon any cylinder seal from Ur.
9064 (none) (none) B16898 Cylinder seal Lapis lazuli Silver core Gilgamesh and Enkidu fighting rampant lion and rampant bull respectively.
9100 (none) (none) B16878 Cylinder seal Black marble? Highly polished Course cutting Slightly concave Seated god within 2 gates of a shrine. 1 divinity knocking at each door
9183 (none) (none) B16854 Cylinder seal Lapis, with gold caps (the latter rather broken). Subject: Gilgamesh and Eabani.
9187 (none) (none) B16871 Cylinder seal White shell Burnt and reduced to lime. Scene: fighting men and animals.
9261 (none) (none) B16892 Cylinder seal Shell? 2 seated gods, between them a standing god. Behind one throne a palm tree.
9262 (none) (none) B16860 Cylinder seal Steatite Green. Slightly concave. A god standing between two portals, the left foot raised and resting upon the mountain top, the right foot rigid- as if in the attitude of ascending? His left hand is upraised and in it he holds a feather whisk?? His head is turned backward in contemplation of a minute human figure crouching in the attitude of subjection. The god's right hand is extended immediately above the head of the victim that he has crushed. Oblique to the go are three concentric wavy lines above the right shoulder - possibly representing lightening? The god wears a horned headdress. A second god also wearing a horned headdress, long hair falling below the shoulders and ending in a knot? and a skirt descending to the feet, approaches one of the portals and touches it with hands as if about to open it.
9298 (none) (none) B17012 Cylinder seal Green stone Gilgamesh and Eabani
9310 (none) (none) B17009 Cylinder seal White shell Nude reclining figure, one figure standing facing, and 2 men fighting (?) Short inscription: urd nisaba
9586 (none) (none) B16947 Cylinder Seal Haematite Black Seated god greeting 2 other divinities who approach bearing offerings? All wearing the horned headdress. Behind throne a palm tree? Attribute: Cresent moon.
9634 (none) (none) B16935 Cylinder Seal Dark steatite 2 heroes fighting lions
9652 (none) (none) B16857 Cylinder seal Dark steatite A hero fighting a bull (or wild oryx)? and a lion and a bull fighting.
9661 (none) (none) B16874 Cylinder seal Marble Mottled Slightly concave Inscribed: - 2 lions rampant, crossed: behind each an attacking hero - beyond are two retainers. Upper register: inscription, lower register: rampant gazelle and hero. Inscription /......mu; Lugal-gis; My (?).... Lugal-gis. (HC. 207)
9688 (none) (none) B16884 Cylinder seal Green stone In very bad condition Apparently a presentation scene
9721 (none) (none) B17024 Cylinder seal Haematite Black Copper caps. This seal adhered to copper pin U.9720 Two seated deities, facing on another, from the first a stream of water trickles from the out-stretched left hand; above, crescent moon; second deity holds a cup? in right hand; above him the sun; and third standing deity? faces him. Behind the first deity a standing attendant.
978 (none) (none) B15187 Terracotta relief. Broken. Upper part of figure of Astarti? Holding a goose or swan. The background bears a crescent moon and stars.

Related Terms

Captive - Child - Couple - Female - Male - Position - Worshipper

Child Terms

Head - Pubic Triangle


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