Technique of penetrating an object with a sharp edged instrument.
This category includes objects that have sharp detail accent in mold pressed figurines. This is different from incised in that incised are cut lines instead of accenting details.
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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)|
|11751||(none)||1929,1017.348||(none)||Cylinder Seal. White shell, the ends inlaid with lapis disks. Very much decayed. 2 heroes & 4 animals: man on the left strikes at a rampant bull(?) turned away from him & grappling with a lion(?) this lions body crosses that of a second lion who attacks a bull which is seized from behind by a figure half human and half bull. Between the two human figures is a double column inscription, upper register only:-Mes-kalam-dug(or sar) Lugal.|
|521||(none)||(none)||(none)||Bronze spatula. (broken into 3 + mended) Lower end flattened + cut to a square edge.|
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