Technique of decorating a surface by pushing another object into the surface.
A process of decorating a surface by pushing another object into the surface, like a stamp or seal.
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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)|
|7556||(none)||(none)||B16886, B16886||Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. Inscribed: practically illegible? Scene of worship: Minor deity introducing worshipper to Nannar before whom stands the crescent moon on a staff.|
|8926||(none)||(none)||B16888||Cylinder seal. Lapis Lazuli. 2 registers. Above: 1 seated and 2 standing figures. Below: men [illegible] animals|
|7658||(none)||(none)||B16890||Cylinder seal. Marble? White. Hero between two rampant bulls? On either side of bulls a rampant lion. Between the lions a post surmounted by a star.|
|7680||(none)||(none)||B16893||Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. Obliterated. Scene of worship. Votary led by the hands by minor deity towards seated presiding deity.|
|7615||(none)||(none)||B16894||Cylinder seal. Limestone. Grey. Figures faint. Scene of worship. Minor deity leads worshipper by the hand towards seated Nannar. Attributes: crescent moon and palm.|
|10987||(none)||(none)||B16895||Cylinder Seal. Shell. Geometrical design. [drawing]|
|11110||(none)||(none)||B16897||Cylinder Seal? lapis lazuli. Minute linear incisions oblique to the vertical axis of the seal. 2 registers. [drawing]|
|7920||(none)||(none)||B16900||Cylinder seal. Steatite. Scene of worship before Nannar. Enthronoed Nannar wearing horned headdress extends right hand to greet 2 standing gods also wearing horned headdress and with left arm upraised. Attributes: crescent moon and spear? with a shaped top.|
|7525||(none)||(none)||B16901||Cylinder seal. Steatite. Black. 3 figures obliterated. Presentation scene before seated god bearing staff in left hand. IIIrd Dyn. of Ur. [drawing of scene]|
|7917||(none)||(none)||B16905||Flat seal. Hemispherical. Calcite. Greyish. Animal? design.|
|7916||(none)||(none)||B16906||Stamp flat seal. One side convex. Calcite. Greyish. Above a reclining beast, possibly a jackal? and below a second beast with big head.|
|8732||(none)||(none)||B17214||Model shrine? Baked clay. Shaped like a sentry box with a heavy convex back. Entrance has a rounded arch. Fixed onto the back of the recess a narrow strip of baked clay. Shrine has a high rounded top and rosettes decorate the face. Part of the top broken away. [drawing 1:1]|
|7587||(none)||(none)||B17216||Owl? Unbaked clay. Oblong block with rounded edges. 2 cavities for eyes sockets and in each cavity a cowry shell to represent eye ball. Nose roughly pinched to form a projecting ridge between the eyes. Cavity in top of head 002 in diam. [drawing 1:2]|
|8804||(none)||(none)||B17217||Clay sealing?? Large clay fragment with elaborate design of spirals etc.|
|11148||(none)||(none)||B17598||Cylinder Seal. Shell. Poor condition. Present: scene: 2 figures advancing towards a seated god. Attributes: Crescent moon and horns standing on 2 feet. [drawing]|
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