Group of techniques used for creating objects.
This group of techniques contains terms that are used in the creation of objects.
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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)|
|8593||(none)||1935,0113.831||(none)||Figurine. Mud: of a dog? [drawing 1:1]|
|8640||(none)||(none)||B17215||Clay figurine. Crudely made of reddish clay, the surface covered with a bright dark hematite wash. A row of small holes denotes the main features, but there is also a minimum of relief modelling. [drawing]|
|87||(none)||(none)||(none)||Clay vase. Greenish drab ware, wheelmade, with wheel-turned grooves round shoulder. Type XII.|
|8758||(none)||(none)||B17204||Grotesque figure. Baked clay. Hand modeled. Left arm missing. Male? figure, flattened head, pellet eyes, coarse nose, rounded chin; holds vertically against breast an object which looks like a thick stick with a hooked top. Lower part of body hollowed out inside; intended to receive a holder? [drawing 1:2]|
|88||(none)||(none)||(none)||Clay pot. Pinkish drab clay, wheelmade. Type XI.|
|89||(none)||(none)||(none)||Clay pot. Red clay with fine hematitic engobbage. Wheelmade. Much decayed by salt. Type I.|
|9||(none)||1923,1110.72||(none)||Clay pot. Fine red clay, wheelmade, with bright hematitic slip. Pointed base. Type I.|
|90||(none)||1923,1110.71||(none)||Clay pot. Drab clay, wheelmade, with fine creamy engobbage. Type I.|
|91||(none)||(none)||(none)||Clay pot. Drab clay, wheelmade, with fine cramy white engobbage. Most of rim missing. Type I.|
|915||(none)||1923,1110.97||(none)||Clay relief. Goddess seated on a chair: flounced skirt, horned headdress, 2 pegs behind to make it stand up. [drawing]|
|92||(none)||(none)||(none)||Clay pot. Miniature. Rough, handmade, of red clay. Neck pierced with 2 holes for suspension. Type XXVII. [Drawing 1:1]|
|94||(none)||1923,1110.47||(none)||Frgs of alabaster vase. Decorated with winged ram in high relief. [drawing]|
|9776A||(none)||(none)||B16742||[A-L] Shell Plaques. Found in confusion and scattered in the soil (the filling of the shaft) 12 plaques with animals, of which 2 are broken. 4 1/2 others completely decayed. 7 white squares each with 5 blue dots. 3 black squares each with 5 white dots. 2 squares with rosettes. 9 pieces (strips) with eye pattern most of these have suffered by the decay of the shell. Also a quantity of narrow edging slips in mother-of-pearl, red stone and lapis.|
|978||(none)||(none)||B15187||Terracotta relief. Broken. Upper part of figure of Astarti? Holding a goose or swan. The background bears a crescent moon and stars.|
|9919||(none)||1928,1010.356||(none)||Copper Pin Bent shaft, lapis ball head Type VI|
|9975||(none)||1935,0113.58||(none)||Clay Boat [drawing]|
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