Robes are a long flowing outer garment, usually leaving one shoulder bare, and falling 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) 30-12-547 (none) (none) [Unknown]
(none) 31-16-817 (none) (none) [Unknown]
(none) 31-16-818 (none) (none) [Unknown]
(none) 31-16-906 (none) (none) [Unknown]
1016 (none) (none) B14993 Terracotta figure. Snowman technique. Whitish clay. Male figure with whiskers and beard (applique) and heavy bonnet, wearing chiton and mantle. Crude work: broken above knees. Whitish clay.
1330 (none) (none) B15632 Clay figurine. Red clay. Moulded. Bearded figure, wearing flounced robe and holding scepter in the right hand. P.
16487A 31-43-455 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Bearded god, draped. Standing on an animal(?) [drawing 1:1] (A) Animal missing poor worn impression. (B) Similar figure, but from a larger mould, broken off at thighs; (C) Similar, broken away at knees, poor.
1724 (none) (none) B15645 Standing bearded god. P.
1764 (none) (none) B15670 Terracotta relief. Fragment. Moulded figure advancing right, long skirt, above which open skirt with fringed edge. Broken at waist.
1783 (none) (none) B15639 Figurines. Red clay. Flounced robes, with raised hands and carrying pots, heads and feet missing. [drawing 1:1]
18011 32-40-15 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Bearded man (?) full face, hands folded below breast: elaborate drapery. Fragment from wiast upward.
18206 32-40-46 (none) (none) Terracotta mould. For a relief. Standing god, in long robes, holding whip, standing on a beast, perhaps a sirrus. Feet and body of animal broken away.
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