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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)
6059 (none) (none) B16284, B16284 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Reception scene, Nannar and minor go and votary, 2 lines of inscription. E. 3rd Dynasty of Ur.
6065 (none) (none) B16300 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. 3 grooves in middle divider scene, seated god and introduction of votary from 4 swans on lower half. About BC 2700. E.
6261 (none) (none) B16314 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Nannar, Minor god and votary. Inscription doubtful. About BC 2200. [drawing]
645 (none) (none) B15191 Terracotta figurine (fr. of) moulded. Seated on a chair, a female figure wearing a dress from neck to ankles + with full sleeves. The bodice treated in narrow pleats, the skirt in 5 flounces of close pleating, border of smocking (?) round neck. Hands clasped in front of body, head missing. The chair +drapery make a solid front: behind project two stumps to make the relief stand up. [drawing]
6664 (none) (none) B16265 Clay statuette. Baked. Seated female figure, naturalistic above, peg shaped below. Heavily cut large eye sockets. Prominent breasts. Incised marks below neck indicate collar of cloak. E. [drawing 1:1]
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.
6698 (none) (none) B16298 Cylinder seal. Inscribed. Grey steatite. Introduction of worshipper by goddess to Nannar: smaller figure behind throne of Nannar holding big club. Below and behind throne small figure pulling dragon by the wing; similar figure attacks dragon in front. Attributes: crescent moon resting on post. Balance and pot. Squat monkey (close to knees of Nannar). Inscribed: Ilu-Shamash, Ilu-Aa 1st Babylonian Dynasty. E.
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
685 (none) (none) B15249 Cylinder seal. Back steatite. Subject: a seated god approached by 2 supplicants: above, the sun: the composition is divided up by a roughly rendered rope(?) pattern which coils above the god and first supplicant and below the second.[drawing]
6854 (none) (none) B16303 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Scene of introduction. Female introduced to enthroned Nannar by minor goddess. Attributes: stork? Scorpion and upright post. E.
6939 (none) (none) B16268 Terracotta mould. Fragmentary. Broken at bottom. Seated goddess feat resting on goose and second goose standing at right hand side. Cf. terracotta figurine identical in subject with this mould though not actually produced from it. E.
6982 (none) (none) B16285 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Scene of worship. Votary introduced by minor god to seated Shamash. Attributes Tripod. About BC 2400. 2300 BC?
7046 (none) (none) B16305 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Scene of worship. Votary introduced by minor god to Nannar. Attributes. Seated dog with crooked stick of Martu on his head. Libra and Ampulla. 1st Babylonian dynasty About 2000 BC
7525 (none) (none) B16901 Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. 3 figures obliterated. Presentation scene before seated god bearing staff in left hand. IIIrd Dyn. of Ur. [drawing of scene]
7539 (none) (none) B17206 Terracotta figurine. Enthroned goddess wearing flounced kaunakes dress, high horned headdress, hair hangs below shoulders and ends in a curl. Both hands clasped over waist. High horned headdress rising in tiers. Throne has a straight back to it.. Behind the seat at an angle of 45 degrees to it are two fragmentary legs protruding well behind the plaque os that the plaque could have originally stood vertically, supported by its props on the table. On either side of the headdress horns and from either side of the top cow's ears. [drawing 1:3]
7556 (none) (none) B16886, B16886 Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. Inscribed: practically illegible? Scene of worship: Minor deity introducing worshipper to Nannar before whom stands the crescent moon on a staff.
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.
7615 (none) (none) B16894 Cylinder seal. Limestone. Grey. Figures faint. Scene of worship. Minor deity leads worshipper by the hand towards seated Nannar. Attributes: crescent moon and palm.
7680 (none) (none) B16893 Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. Obliterated. Scene of worship. Votary led by the hands by minor deity towards seated presiding deity.
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.
7920 (none) (none) B16900 Cylinder seal. Steatite. Scene of worship before Nannar. Enthronoed Nannar wearing horned headdress extends right hand to greet 2 standing gods also wearing horned headdress and with left arm upraised. Attributes: crescent moon and spear? with a shaped top.
7956 (none) (none) B16856 Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli: tall slender type broken in antiquity; mended. Two registers: above, 2 worshipers approaching a seated goddess with crescent. Below, 3 worshipers approaching a seated goddess with star; behind her a tree.
8006 (none) (none) B16889 Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli. 2 registers: above, 2 seated figures, table and door. Below, 2 animals? Very deep cutting and most primitive style.
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]
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.
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Bed - Chair - Stool - Table