A fringed skirt is an outer garmet worn by men and women that extends from the waist to the ankles and has an ornamental border on the edge of the material, either along the bottom or up the side.   

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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) 31-16-808 (none) (none) [Unknown]
10872 (none) (none) B16728 Cylinder Seal Lapis 2 registers: above, 2 seated figures facing with three attendants standing; below, (shrine?) (or table?) with standing servitor, a harpist and 2 other standing figures facing him, a servant, a seated figure and an attendant.
12374F 30-12-2 (none) (none) Group: [A.1-.2] Large gold lunate earring. [B.1-.2] Two heavy gold wire spiral coil hair rings. [C] Necklace of gold and lapis triangles. [D] Necklace of gold and lapis double round beads. [E] Gold pin with fluted lapis head V B. [F] Lapis cylinder seal two registers. [G-I] A set of 3 gold rings, each of cable pattern with plain rim. [J-L] Are human finger bones found inside the rings. Added by project]
12435B 30-12-484 (none) (none) [A] Copper bull's head and shell plaques [B]. From a wooden harp. The head (?) that of a calf rather than a bull is in good condition except that the horns are both damaged: the eyes are of lapis and shell and a triangular piece of lapis is inlaid in the forehead. The collar was of white shell triangles and lapis square. The shell plaques have, above, 3 rows of geometric design, each row on a separate strip of shell: then a figure scene, a single strip of geometrical design, another figure scene and 2 strips of geometrical design at the base. The figure scenes are in the mosaic, the white shell figures silhouetted against a composite background of lapis. In upper, a figure seated left holds in his raised right hand a cup while an attendant stands before him. In lower scene, 2 figures advance right, each with his hands raised and clasped in front of him. All the figures wear the fleeced skirt with a belt which forms a tail-like tassel behind: all are clean shaven as to the face but the standing figure s have a lock of hair hanging down the back of the head.
13521 31-17-118 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Calcite. White. 2 registers. Imperfect condition. Above: banquet scene, 3 seated figures, two of them sucking drink through a tube the third approached by a standing figure third approached by a standing figure. Below: two rows and a spread eagle.
13663 31-17-23 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Broken. God and worshipper, crescent and emblem. Fragment of inscription. steatite. HC.1929/30 - 100.
1599 (none) (none) B15680 Figurine. Light clay: moulded. Female figure in flounced skirt, standing on animal(?) with has broken away. P.
16025 31-43-27 (none) (none) Quartzite Cylinder seal. HC../30 UET 8/2 (hand copied by Legrain) [CARD MISSING Typed Transcription from British Museum Card]
16455B 31-43-445 (none) (none) Terracotta figurines. Man with monkeys. (A) Fragment broken off at waist, rubbed; (B) Fragment broken off at waist, good impression; (C) Fragment only from the waist downwards preserved; (D) Fragment upper part from above knees, poor rubbed impression.
16612 31-43-53 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Baked clay. Presentation scene. 3 standing deities. Crescent moon and Palm.
18003A 32-40-28 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Bearded man with kilt advancing right. Head full face. (A) Complete. (B) Upper part to waist only. (C) Upper part to waist only.
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.
6630 (none) (none) B16293 Cylinder seal. Pink steatite. Shamash rising from between two mountains, right hand on one mountain, top left hand supporting notched weapon. Two porters each opening gate, betweeen them high pedestal. 2500 BC? E.
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.
8615 (none) (none) B16828 Cylinder seal. Lapis. 2 registers: above: three seated deities(?) with a worshipper in front of each. Below: door: 3 seated and 3 standing figures. Archaic style.
9100 (none) (none) B16878 Cylinder seal Black marble? Highly polished Course cutting Slightly concave Seated god within 2 gates of a shrine. 1 divinity knocking at each door
9721 (none) (none) B17024 Cylinder seal Haematite Black Copper caps. This seal adhered to copper pin U.9720 Two seated deities, facing on another, from the first a stream of water trickles from the out-stretched left hand; above, crescent moon; second deity holds a cup? in right hand; above him the sun; and third standing deity? faces him. Behind the first deity a standing attendant.
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