This category contains amphibians that have short bodies, long hindlegs, and shorter front legs.  They aslo have webbed feet.  

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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)
12080 (none) 1929,1017.430 (none) Frog Amulet. Minute. Lapis lazuli. [drawing 1:1]
1275 (none) 1924,0920.175 (none) Clay Frog. Light drab clay (with traces of green glaze underneath) pierced for suspension. Like U.1273 [drawing 1:1]
1276 (none) 1924,0920.174 (none) Clay frog. Drab clay. Pierced for suspension. (broken) [drawing 1:1]
132 (none) (none) (none) Fr. of (amulet? or) inlay made of frit, originally green glazed. The lower part of a uraeus snake with wings low down: curious type. [drawing 1:1]
14144A 31-16-620 (none) (none) Seal impression. Stamp seal (3 partial impressions) flatttened oval in shape. Frogs(?) [drawing]
16741 31-43-313 (none) (none) Frit frog. Coarse workmanship. Type see U.16634.
18452 33-35-179 (none) (none) Cylinder seal of black steatite. Design: running gazelles, zigzags and frogs.
6078 (none) (none) B16373 Frog. White frit. E. [drawing]
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Animal/Zoomorphic > Frog