This category contains clothing that are outer garments and consist of a one piece bodice and skirt and extend from the shoulders to the ankles 

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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)
(none) 30-12-42 (none) (none) (none)
1781 (none) (none) B15684 Clay figurine. Drab clay, head and torso only, with mitre and braided hair. [drawing 1:1]
1330 (none) (none) B15632 Clay figurine. Red clay. Moulded. Bearded figure, wearing flounced robe and holding scepter in the right hand. P.
1310 (none) 1924,0920.87 (none) Clay relief of 2 seated figures, mother (left) and daughter (rt). The mother holds a vessel before her breast with her left hand.
1311 (none) (none) B15635 Clay relief. Similar to the preceding.
1313 (none) (none) B15656 Clay relief.shewoing man in fringed dress of Gudea style, facing front, and bearing a kid or goat in his arms. P. photo 174 Diqdiqqa
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
10757 (none) (none) B16924 Cylinder Seal Carnelian with gold caps 3 goddesses, one seated; on the lap of the seated goddess a naked male figure. All the goddesses wear wigs of similar type and hair done up at back in a bun. One advances towards throne carrying a bowl, the second carries a vase with a splayed base suspended by a long handle. Behind throne a goddess carrying an (Ostrich fan?) All the goddesses wear skirts fringed at bottom and with a long hem running down side.
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.
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.
17251 31-43-43 (none) (none) Cylinder Seal [CARD MISSING Typed Transcription from British Museum Card]
1268 (none) (none) B15593, B15593 Cylinder seal in 2 registers: above, scene of "introduction" to a goddess. A woman is led forward by a female protecting deity. In lower register, 3 swans. Inscription: Ahat-ilti. Assat Lugal-usum-gal. (cf.U1267)
7990 (none) (none) B16789 Cylinder seal of grey mottled stone -- ? fossilised coral. Much worn: subject: crossed goats and 3 persons pouring libations.
8917 (none) (none) B16867 Cylinder seal. Green Stone Above, string pattern [drawing] Below, 2 seated and 2 standing gods
16609 31-43-35 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Presentation scene before seated god. Behind throne a (shrine door)? depicted like a ladder with 6 rungs.
15478 31-17-20 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Standing god, worshipper & rampant lion.
16677 31-43-24 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Grey marble? Presentation scene: 2 standing figures before a seated god.
15043 31-17-19 (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Lapis lazuli. Presentation. Star in crescent. Inscription dNin-gal-nam-nin-kho-ul dumu lu-dingir-ra N. son of L. scribe. HC.103.
15320 31-17-115 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. White shell, much worn and defaced. (Found below burial K)
6091 (none) (none) B16311 Cylinder seal. Black basalt. Nannar, minor god and votary. E.
6687 (none) (none) B16310, B16310 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Inscribed. Shamash, worshipper and goddess. Servant of Sin and servant of Nin-Shah. E. 1st Babylonian dynasty 2000 BC.
7046 (none) (none) B16305 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Scene of worship. Votary introduced by minor god to Nannar. Attributes. Seated dog with crooked stick of Martu on his head. Libra and Ampulla. 1st Babylonian dynasty About 2000 BC
6255 (none) (none) B16306 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Shamash with horned mitre and notched sword in hand steps on a crouching bull a worshipper brings a kid as an offering. The god Martu with a short club in hand, short garment and a round woolen turban is followed by a worshipper with clasped hands, and a servant. Two small figures - a bifrons with clasped hands and a nude servant with libation cone in hand. About BC 1900. E.
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