Fringed dresses are outer garments that consist of a one piece bodice and skirt and extend from the shoulders to the ankles and has an ornamental border on the edge of the material, either along the bottom or up the side.   

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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) 31-43-15 (none) (none) Unknown
(none) 31-16-809 (none) (none) [Unknown]
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.
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.
10796A (none) (none) B17569 [A] Cylinder Seal Lapis lazuli With [B] one gold cap Presentation scene before seated god. Minor deity leads in a worshipper by the hand. Behind these a palm tree. Attribute. Crescent moon. cf. U.11104, PG 829 lapis seal same subject found at same depth.
11725 30-12-40 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. White shell. A god with one foot on a hill, & 3 worshippers. Inscription (Lug)al(?)-(?)-la(?)-ni dub-sar(=scribe).
12017 30-12-43 (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Green stone.
12091 30-12-41 (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Shell. White. Presentation scene before seated deity, inscribed? Very poor condition: no photos possible.
1267 (none) (none) B15592, B15592 Cylinder seal; scene of "introduction" to seated god facing right, with star and crescent above. Inscription: Lugal-asum-gal (cf. U.1268) mar Ur-sul. Su-du-a.
15320 31-17-115 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. White shell, much worn and defaced. (Found below burial K)
15813 31-17-124, 31-17-124 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. Inscribed.
16025 31-43-27 (none) (none) Quartzite Cylinder seal. HC../30 UET 8/2 (hand copied by Legrain) [CARD MISSING Typed Transcription from British Museum Card]
16677 31-43-24 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Grey marble? Presentation scene: 2 standing figures before a seated god.
6065 (none) (none) B16300 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. 3 grooves in middle divider scene, seated god and introduction of votary from 4 swans on lower half. About BC 2700. E.
6261 (none) (none) B16314 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Nannar, Minor god and votary. Inscription doubtful. About BC 2200. [drawing]
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
7956 (none) (none) B16856 Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli: tall slender type broken in antiquity; mended. Two registers: above, 2 worshipers approaching a seated goddess with crescent. Below, 3 worshipers approaching a seated goddess with star; behind her a tree.
8615 (none) (none) B16828 Cylinder seal. Lapis. 2 registers: above: three seated deities(?) with a worshipper in front of each. Below: door: 3 seated and 3 standing figures. Archaic style.
9261 (none) (none) B16892 Cylinder seal Shell? 2 seated gods, between them a standing god. Behind one throne a palm tree.
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