This category contains strips of cloth that are worn over one shoulder and extends to the waist beneath the opposite shoulder, also known as a Baldric.  


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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)
1016 (none) (none) B14993 Terracotta figure. Snowman technique. Whitish clay. Male figure with whiskers and beard (applique) and heavy bonnet, wearing chiton and mantle. Crude work: broken above knees. Whitish clay.
10448A (none) (none) B16727 Cylinder Seal. Lapis lazuli, with 2 registers. Figures sitting, drinking and eating, with standing attendants, and inscription: -A-bar(a)-gi(n). Found on the near side of the box with beads and other small objects.
1609 31-16-875 (none) (none) Figurine. Drab clay; modeled. Female(?) figure with cross-belt (or bandoliers) - legs not indicated: head missing.
17075 31-43-490 (none) (none) Papskukal. Mud figure, bearded male wearing a conical cap and girt with a balrick to which is attached a sword hanging from the left side. The right hand, raised and clasped a spear. Baldric mu weapons in copper traces of red paint on the mud. See sketch. Field note in AD.
1778 (none) (none) B15688 Figurine. Drab clay. Head and shoulders only, with headdress. [drawing 1:1]
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