Molding is a process of creating an object by pressing or pouring a material into a mold. A mold is a hollow form or matrix for giving a particular shape to something in a molten or plastic state.  


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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)
809 (none) 1923,1110.107 (none) Terracotta relief. Moulded Woman suckling a child. In whitish drab clay. Poor work, proportions bad: surface weathered. [drawing 1:1]
8113 (none) (none) B17212 Terracotta plaque. Bottom half missing. In low relief. Two upright figures heavily draped and wearing conical headdresses stand with hands upraised facing either side of vertical post. Post is broader below than above. It has a narrow neck and a concave top broader than the neck, supporting what may be a crescent moon? Behind each standing figures a mace with a rounded head, fixed vertically in the ground. [drawing 1:1]
8230 35-1-122 (none) (none) Clay figurine of a dog? in dark clay. [drawing] 1:1
8323B (none) 1928,1009.473 (none) [A-B] Two pottery crescents. The larger one [B] with incised marks as below [drawing] 1:1
8348A (none) (none) B17228 [A-C] Three figurines of animals. Roughly modeled in clay. Best example [A]: [drawing 1:1]
8348B (none) (none) B17229 [A-C] Three figurines of animals. Roughly modeled in clay. Best example [A]: [reference to 1:1 drawing]
842 (none) (none) B15197 Clay vase of drab clay. In form of a grotesque pig with lifted snout. New Babylonian period.
845 31-16-908 (none) (none) Clay relief. Fragment, lower part only on a chair, a woman, preserved from the waist downwards, in elaborately flounced skirt. One peg survives behind for propping up the figure. [drawing 1:1]
8473 (none) 1928,1009.471 (none) Terracotta head of female Upper right-hand side of head missing Hair falls down side of head in long tresses Pronounced chin, straight nose and slight ridge in middle of forehead Hellenistic style? [drawing] 1:1 sketch
8555 (none) 1928,1009.463 (none) Terracotta relief Head missing: male figure, bearded, a dancer right: club in right hand: short skirt to knees. Surface poor. [drawing 1:1]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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.
9873 (none) 1928,1010.404 (none) [Card Missing]
9975 (none) 1935,0113.58 (none) Clay Boat [drawing]


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