Depiction of a piece of clothing that extends from the shoulders to the ankles and is pleated.
Pleated dresses are outer garments that consist of a one piece bodice and skirt and extend from the shoulders to the ankles and are folded in even width, made by doubling cloth or the like onto itself.
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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)|
|18066B||33-35-49||(none)||(none)||Terracotta figurine. Female figure standing full face, hands clasped, pleated and flounced dress, hair elaborately waved. (A) Fragment from middle thighs upwards. (B) Complete (poor example).|
|2530||31-16-907||(none)||(none)||Drab clay figurine. Male with flounced dress. Head missing. [drawing 1:1]|
|312||(none)||(none)||B14999||Terracotta relief. Fragment of; upper part (from pudenda to top) of nude female figure with hands on hreasts; heavy necklaces; hair in horizontal coils; pudenda much emphasized. Poorly molded.|
|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.|
|645||(none)||(none)||B15191||Terracotta figurine (fr. of) moulded. Seated on a chair, a female figure wearing a dress from neck to ankles + with full sleeves. The bodice treated in narrow pleats, the skirt in 5 flounces of close pleating, border of smocking (?) round neck. Hands clasped in front of body, head missing. The chair +drapery make a solid front: behind project two stumps to make the relief stand up. [drawing]|
|6698||(none)||(none)||B16298||Cylinder seal. Inscribed. Grey steatite. Introduction of worshipper by goddess to Nannar: smaller figure behind throne of Nannar holding big club. Below and behind throne small figure pulling dragon by the wing; similar figure attacks dragon in front. Attributes: crescent moon resting on post. Balance and pot. Squat monkey (close to knees of Nannar). Inscribed: Ilu-Shamash, Ilu-Aa 1st Babylonian Dynasty. E.|
|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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