A pleated skirt is an outer garmet worn by men and women that extends from the waist to the ankles, and is folded in even width, made by doubling cloth or the like onto itself.  

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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) 31-16-822 (none) (none) [Unknown]
1392 (none) (none) B15643 Drab clay relief. Moulded. 2 figures standing, wearing flounced skirts, one with horned headdress. Crescent of moon and stars above. P.
1579 (none) (none) B15646 Figurine. Red clay, light surface; moulded. Female figure, seated, with flounced skirt, horned headdress, and with rays behind head. P.
1652 31-16-923 (none) (none) Clay figurine. Drab clay; moulded. Bearded figure with horned headdress and pleated skirt, holding emblems; weathered.
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.
9026 (none) (none) B16876 Cylinder seal. Marble: green and white. A winged god wearing conical cap and a straight flowing skirt which is represented by vertical parallel lines, holds left arm slightly upraised while apparently addressing a second naked god. The second god is engaged in felling to the ground an unwinged god who is represented as utterly unbalanced, arms flung downward behind the head, head and feet drooping to the ground, middle of the body uppermost. Beyond: a third winged divinity stands over the back of a crouching man, right foot upon the neck, left foot upon the rump. The winged divinity also lays his right hand upon the head of a naked kneeling suppliant, and his left upon the head of a similar suppliant who kneels upon the left knee only. Bold but rather coarse cutting. Subject not hitherto found upon any cylinder seal from Ur.
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
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