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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) 31-16-825 (none) (none) [Unknown]
1011 (none) (none) B15185 Terracotta relief. Moulded. Whitish clay. Male figure, bearded, with horned cap and vertically pleated skirt, showing left knee, cloak over shoulders: bull's ears. Left hand against body, right carries object like axe. Broken at knees.
11112 (none) (none) B16880 Cylinder Seal. Lapis lazuli. Bird headed men fighting bearded bulls and gazelles. One hero wears a four pronged comb at back of head.
11492 30-12-25 (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Green stone. Scene: 3 men & 2 lions fighting: one of the men has 4 bulls legs.
11961 30-12-28 (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Green stone. 2 Heroes fighting a lion & a bull.
1244 (none) 1924,0920.96 (none) Upper part terracotta relief of a god with horned headdress carrying curved weapon upon right shoulder.
1307 (none) 1924,0920.112 (none) Upper part of clay relief showing a god with horned headdress and curved staff over left shoulder standing between 2 tall symbols on poles, or weapons.
16021 31-43-25, 31-43-25 (none) (none) Steatite Cylinder seal. Nana son of Gudea,the jeweller. HC.30/I.7. UET 8/2 (hand copied by Legrain) [CARD MISSING Typed Transcription from British Museum Card]
16433A 31-43-449 (none) (none) Terracotta relief. Fragment. Plaque, painted red, of a bull-legged demon. He stands left with body in profile and head full face holding a staff with trident head.
17160 31-43-442 (none) (none) Terracotta relief of bearded man standing full faced with clasped hands. Wearing a long flounced garment. (A) Complete, but face broken away. [drawing]
17178 31-43-452 (none) (none) Terracotta relief of bearded god, full face the left hand raised and holding a bird (?). The right by the side. (A) Fragment, broken off at hips.
1762 (none) (none) B15650 Terracotta relief. Red clay. Moulded. Bearded figure, full face. On head, high horned cap (chipped), long curls on shoulder, bull's ears: dress presumably sheepskin queerly treated with lobes in relief: right hand holds mace to shoulder left hand apparently an axe of this type. Broken at waist.
18007 32-40-18 (none) (none) Terracotta figurine. Bearded god, full face. Fragment, from breast upwards.
3056 (none) 1927,1003.159 (none) Terracotta plaque. Showing goddess seated on bull, holding bird in left hand, crescent on pole at back and nude bull-headed man facing her. [drawing 1:1]
3283 (none) 1927,1003.165 (none) Terracotta figurine. Bearded god with prominent breasts: modelling fine. [drawing 1:1]
7617 (none) (none) B16877 Cylinder seal. Marble. White. 4 bulls rampant of which 3 have human heads, bearded and horned. On either side a rampant lion. Grotesque figure with himan body, animal's head, (possibly a donkey's head??) conical headdress and pig tail? grasps one lion by the tail. c. 3000BC
7656 (none) (none) B16865 Cylinder seal. Marble. Mottled grey and black. Slightly concave. Gilgamesh fighting rampant lion; Enkidu fighting rampant bull; lion and bull back to back. c. 2800BC.
8556 (none) (none) B17205 Terra cotta relief A god, head full face, body profile left, seated on a ram. Flat rimmed cap, beard elaborately curled: right hand extended open, left holding whip: long open cloak to ankles. Fine example. [drawing 1:1]
8993 (none) (none) B16875 Cylinder seal Dark greenish steatite. Very large with fine engraved scene: 3 human figures and 2 man-headed bulls crossed.
9183 (none) (none) B16854 Cylinder seal Lapis, with gold caps (the latter rather broken). Subject: Gilgamesh and Eabani.
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Bull’s Ears - Bull’s Legs


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