Depiction of a human/god holding a flail.
This category contains depictions of a human or a god holding a flail. Sometimes this is used as a symbol of kingship.
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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)|
|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.|
|16450A||31-43-454||(none)||(none)||Terracotta Figurines. Bearded god. Type VII,4. (A) Fragment broken off at waist; (B) Fragment broken off at waist; (C) Terracotta Relief. Bearded god. Broken off at hips: very good impression. [drawing 1:1] (D) Fragment broken away below hands, similar figure, but from a smaller mould.|
|18701||33-35-26||(none)||(none)||Terracotta relief. Beaded man walking right: wears loose drapery and carries a flail (?) over his right shoulder: behind him a seated monkey.|
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