Depiction of a piece of clothing that is long and flowing from shoulder to ankle.
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)|
|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.|
|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]|
|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.|
|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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