Shawls are a square or oblong garments used as coverings for the heads or shoulders.

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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)
18701 33-35-26 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Beaded man walking right: wears loose drapery and carries a flail (?) over his right shoulder: behind him a seated monkey.
18783 35-1-104 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Nude female figure standing full face. The hair dressed in 5 outstanding curls, hands clasped over breasts: heavy multiple necklace and girdle and a shawl(?) which passes over the upper arms. Common type.
6194 (none) (none) B16261 Baked clay figurine. Drab. Priest? heavily draped horns on right shoulder. Long blue beard running down to waist. Fragmentary. E. [drawing 1:1]
6280 (none) (none) B16257 Terracotta figurine. Fragmentary lower half only. Male figure in relief, profile. Wearing long flowing garment fringed. Tassel hangs down left side. 3rd Dynasty? E. [drawing 1:1]
6306 (none) (none) (none) Diorite STATUE of SHULGI. Mutilated. King standing with hands clasped as a worshipper. "To Nannar, his king, Shulgi, the mighty one "King of Ur (king of S and A), for his life, has "presented it. This statue: Nannar the wall (_________ so is the name of the statue)." King is dressed with a fringed shawl passing over the left shoulder. B. Photo 558 H.C. Text: Dim-tab-ba Temple(3)
6779A (none) (none) B16299 Cylinder seal. Grey steatite. Presented. Scene of worship. Worshipper interlaced by minor goddess to seated Nannar. Attributes: Crescent moon. Inscription obliterated. Post Sargonid. Pre-3rd Ur Dynasty about 2500 BC
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