A flounced skirt is an outer garmet worn by men and women that extends from the waist to the ankles and has strips of tufted or pleated material attached by one edge on a garment.  

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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)
16919 31-43-443 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Bearded man standing, full face: right hand to breast, left hand by side: he wears cloak and skirted garment. (poor condition, destroyed by salt.) Fragment, feet missing. [drawing 1:1]
1728 (none) (none) B15640 Terracotta relief. 2 figures (intact). Left bearded god with long flounced dress, holds scepter (?) in right hand; full face; left hand across chest; right goddess with tall horned crown, flounced skirt and shawl, over left shoulder, left hand across chest, right hand on shoulder of male figure: full face. The plaque stands upright on a slightly hollow base. P.
1732 (none) (none) B15691 Terracotta figurine. Fragment. Lower part only, from waist of seated female(?) figure; no details of dress, etc, except that the skirt was flounced. P.
17326 31-43-49 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Baked clay. Two standing figures. Between them crescent on a pole. A third figure inverted to the other two.
1741 (none) (none) B15641 Terracotta relief. 2 figures full face side by side; on l, male figure, on rt. female: both wear long skirts. Whole surface of clay flaked off & details of figs lost. P.
18404E 33-35-336 (none) (none) [A-S] Clay jar sealing. Fragment of. With impressed designs, apparently of milking scene (not all from the same seal) and round topped huts.
18966 35-1-108 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Seated figure of a woman wearing flounced skirt and suckling a child.
6687 (none) (none) B16310, B16310 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Inscribed. Shamash, worshipper and goddess. Servant of Sin and servant of Nin-Shah. E. 1st Babylonian dynasty 2000 BC.
7583 (none) (none) B16903 Cylinder seal. Fragment. Marble, White Scene of worship. Heavily draped god seated on throne without a back holding in outstretched left hand a bird? Above double crescent moon? & between seated god and advancing figure a second bird? Second advancing fig. clean shaven, & heavily draped in long flairing skirt, behind him a goose? and behind the goose a goddess? in a flounced kaunakes skirt, both arms upraised? Behind the throne of the seated god Gilgamesh? with tail.
7894 (none) (none) B16881 Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. Scene of worship. Votary led by the hands by minor deity towards seated Nannar. Nannar and minor deity wear flounced kaunakes skirt and low head dress. Votary shaven and shorn wearing long skirt fringed in front. Behind votary a rampant lion between 4 vertical lines, which may represent the doors of a shrine? Attributes: crescent moons one against the other as on the burnt bricks of Sin-Iddinam.
845 31-16-908 (none) (none) Clay relief. Fragment, lower part only on a chair, a woman, preserved from the waist downwards, in elaborately flounced skirt. One peg survives behind for propping up the figure. [drawing 1:1]
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