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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)
1778 (none) (none) B15688 Figurine. Drab clay. Head and shoulders only, with headdress. [drawing 1:1]
1780 (none) (none) B15662 Figurine. Red clay. Female, nude with necklace. [drawing 1:1]
1781 (none) (none) B15684 Clay figurine. Drab clay, head and torso only, with mitre and braided hair. [drawing 1:1]
18039B 32-40-35 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Nude female, -young girl- standing full face, hands clasped = hair in waves, double necklace. (A) = fragment, complete from thighs upwards. (B) Fragment, from waist up. Not from the same mould, but identical type. (C) Fragment from waist up = perhaps from the same mould as (B). (D) Fragment, from hips up = same type but from a smaller mould.
18046C 32-40-26 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Woman, nude, standing full face, with tambourine : over the shoulders a spotted cloak. Coarse type. (A) Fragment from navel upwards. (B) Fragment from thighs upwards. Different mould and flatter relief: no cloak. (C) Fragment from thighs upwards: similar to (A). (D) Fragment from waist upwards: similar to (C). (E) Fragment from belly to knees. (F) Fragment: head only. (G) Fragment: from waist upwards and a smaller mould.
18047A 32-40-34 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude female standing full face, hands clasped. (A) Complete to knees. (B) Complete but mould has failed between knees and feet. (C) Complete. (D) Complete from knees upwards. Poor impression. (E) The same figure but 2 heads struck from the same mould have been attached to one body, very clumsily. Doubtful authenticity. Said to be from Digdiggeh.
18048A 32-40-33 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude female standing full face, hands clasped the hair dressed in a heavy rather Egyptian style. (A) Fragment, from clasped hands upwards (background removed). (B) Fragment (background left on) = from belly upwards: much worn.
18052 32-40-12 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude female standing full face, hands clasped. Hair elaborately dressed, big earrings and necklaces. Complete from knees upwards.
18054 32-40-17 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude female standing full face, hands clasped. Slender type. Complete.
18063 32-40-23 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Female figure, nude, standing full face and holding a tambourine before the breasts. Fragment from waist upwards.
18090 32-40-13 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Female figure facing right, in profile: both hands raised. Flat crown on head: straight flounced garment. Fragment: part of head and body below hips missing.
18237 33-35-13 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Fragment of male figure, archaic type. [drawing 1:1]
18567 33-35-21 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Female figure, standing, facing right. Both hands raised in gesture of prayer. Long simple drapery, horned head dress.
18610 33-35-22 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Of naked female figure: hands clasped below the breast, hair dressed in curls over the ears and necklace round the neck. Broken about the knees.
18616B 33-35-25 (none) (none) [A-B] Terracotta relief. Of full face female figure, wearing a high headdress with long curled ornaments on each side falling onto the shoulders, a double bead necklace to which the hands are raised. Broken about the waist. Two examples.
18702 33-35-27 (none) (none) Terracotta figure. Hand modelled. Grotesque and female with sharply pointed nose, enormous locks of hair and heavy necklaces. Arms and all body below waist missing and breasts (snowman technique) broken off.
18783 35-1-104 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude female figure standing full face. The hair dressed in 5 outstanding curls, hands clasped over breasts: heavy multiple necklace and girdle and a shawl(?) which passes over the upper arms. Common type.
312 (none) (none) B14999 Terracotta relief. Fragment of; upper part (from pudenda to top) of nude female figure with hands on hreasts; heavy necklaces; hair in horizontal coils; pudenda much emphasized. Poorly molded.
39 (none) (none) (none) Clay figurine. [drawing 1:1]
407 (none) (none) B15000 Terracotta figurine. Snowman technique. Upper part of female figure body board-like bird head. [drawing 1:1]
646 (none) (none) B14996 Terracotta figurine. moulded. fr. of. Complete from waist upwards, female figure, nude, hands clasped below breasts. 2 broad necklaces, hair waved heavily over ears but above covered with linen(?) headdress forming broad band over brow and bow-like loops behind. unusually fine +detailed work.
6664 (none) (none) B16265 Clay statuette. Baked. Seated female figure, naturalistic above, peg shaped below. Heavily cut large eye sockets. Prominent breasts. Incised marks below neck indicate collar of cloak. E. [drawing 1:1]
6692 (none) (none) B16254 Terracotta figurine. Nude female. Fragmentary, lost below knees. Common type. Hands clasped over breast in attitude of prayer. E. [drawing 1:1]
6915 (none) (none) B16256 Terracotta statuette. Female: full face, dressed in close fitting skirt and holding a high-necked vase against waist in left hand, Right arm bent at elbow and slightly upraised. Skirt which is close fitting is embroidered at the bottom and tasseled down right side. Short sleeves reaching elbows only. Female wears necklace, short hair done up in clusters at sides. E. [drawing 1:1]
7539 (none) (none) B17206 Terracotta figurine. Enthroned goddess wearing flounced kaunakes dress, high horned headdress, hair hangs below shoulders and ends in a curl. Both hands clasped over waist. High horned headdress rising in tiers. Throne has a straight back to it.. Behind the seat at an angle of 45 degrees to it are two fragmentary legs protruding well behind the plaque os that the plaque could have originally stood vertically, supported by its props on the table. On either side of the headdress horns and from either side of the top cow's ears. [drawing 1:3]
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