This category contains material that encircles the body at the waist, or between the waist and the hips, including the girdle.  

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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)
16902A 31-43-383 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Nude female with hands to breasts. High relief. [drawing 1:1] (A) Broken away at knees; good condition; (B) Fragment head an feet missing.
16919 31-43-443 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Bearded man standing, full face: right hand to breast, left hand by side: he wears cloak and skirted garment. (poor condition, destroyed by salt.) Fragment, feet missing. [drawing 1:1]
16964 31-43-403 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Nude female with hands to breasts. Grotesque. (A) broken away at thighs. [drawing 1:1]
16990 31-43-450 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Nude male figure with horned headdress and belt, bearded, full face; with hands raised to breast holding a fly-whisk(?) and a bird. Complete except for feet; and a very good impression. [drawing]
16996 31-43-371 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine, fragment of female figure from chest to feet. Very primitive style. cf. Type IIIb. Flat and board-like. [drawing 1:1]
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.
17145 31-43-394 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Nude female with hands supporting breasts. (A) Complete, good impression. Type III c. CC.
17156 31-43-446 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Male figure bearded and clothed, facing left and grasping with both hands a tree(?). Another tree behind him. (A) Fragment, broken away at hips.
17178 31-43-452 (none) (none) Terracotta relief of bearded god, full face the left hand raised and holding a bird (?). The right by the side. (A) Fragment, broken off at hips.
1721 (none) (none) B15631 Figurine. Red clay; moulded. Bearded figure with horned headdress, holding emblems. Found with cylinder seal U.1720. P.
1765 (none) (none) B15659 Relief. Fragment. Moulded clay. Lower part, from waist down, of nude female figure, full face. P.
1780 (none) (none) B15662 Figurine. Red clay. Female, nude with necklace. [drawing 1:1]
1782 (none) (none) B15630 Figurine. Buff clay. Bearded male, legs and feet missing. [drawing 1:1]
18003A 32-40-28 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Bearded man with kilt advancing right. Head full face. (A) Complete. (B) Upper part to waist only. (C) Upper part to waist only.
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.
18138 32-40-19 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Female figure standing in long plain dress with broad girdle, both hands holding an object to her breast. Complete.
18405 33-35-344 (none) (none) Clay jar sealing, fragment of. With elaborate design including human figures.
18527 33-35-20 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Fragment of: one of the Al Obaid female figures: nude but with a black painted girdle: the feet and the body above the waist missing. [drawing]
18565 33-35-64 (none) (none) Terracotta mould. For making a figurine of a nude standing female figure (entirely encrusted with salt)
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.
2978 31-16-785 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude votaress with clasped hands. [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]
7107 (none) (none) B16255 Terracotta Figurine. Naked female, hands clasped against waist. Common type. [drawing 1:1] E
8557 (none) (none) B17086 Limestone plaque. Fragment of, with sculptured scene in relief. The plaque is 027 wide and was probably a square: there are holes at the bottom corners and there was a whole in the centre, its edge coming 013 from the base line. Only the lower part of the panel was found and the upper fractures run aslant downwards from the central hole so that the upper corners of the lower scene are missing. There were 3 registers: the top most is wholly missing: of the two side scenes flanking the central hole there remain only, on each side, the feet of a human figure: the lower scene is largely intact and in very good condition. Scene: an empty chariot drawn by 4 lions and escorted by 3 men. One man in front guides the lions: figure preserved from the waist downwards. The lions are preserved all except their heads: the bodies and legs are shown in outline one behind the other: they advance right and the drawing shows a good idea of strain. The chariot is 2-wheeled, only one wheel shown, a solid wood and wheel made of 3 pieces -riveted- clamped together, with rim tyre and decorated axle-head. The yoke is high and curved, and has, rising above it, a ring for the reins, which pass across to the back of the chariot, and are held by a walking attendant. Under the spring of the yoke are tied 2 spears. Over the chariot is spread a spotted object, probably a leopard's skin, most of it inside the car whose sides are left visible -- in front of the car rises a high peak to which -are- is attached what may be a quiver full of arrows. The attendant behind the car holds the reins and carries a spear or goad: he wears a beard and long hair or wig, and a kaunakes skirt: the face is bird-like. The man behind him is similarly dressed: head and shoulders missing: both hands are raised in front to grasp of pole which seems to rest on his shoulder and support an object hanging behind his back, perhaps a jar or water-skin(?) Remarkable piece of archaic relief. Broken and mended. Thickness 0025
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