Depictions of a human/god holding a jar.
This category contains depictions of a human/god holding a jar or a vessel. Usually the god Ea is shown holding a jar with water pouring out of it.
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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)|
|10757||(none)||(none)||B16924||Cylinder Seal Carnelian with gold caps 3 goddesses, one seated; on the lap of the seated goddess a naked male figure. All the goddesses wear wigs of similar type and hair done up at back in a bun. One advances towards throne carrying a bowl, the second carries a vase with a splayed base suspended by a long handle. Behind throne a goddess carrying an (Ostrich fan?) All the goddesses wear skirts fringed at bottom and with a long hem running down side.|
|11725||30-12-40||(none)||(none)||Cylinder seal. White shell. A god with one foot on a hill, & 3 worshippers. Inscription (Lug)al(?)-(?)-la(?)-ni dub-sar(=scribe).|
|12017||30-12-43||(none)||(none)||Cylinder Seal. Green stone.|
|1332||(none)||(none)||B15638||Figurine. Drab clay. Moulded. Nude bearded figure holding jar, god Ea(?) as in U.1331. P.|
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