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)
1048 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Standing figures.
1049 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. grey steatite. Small: figures and inscription.
1050 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. grey steatite. Figures.
1051 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. White quartzite. Chipped. Figures.
1052 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Dark steatite: presentation scene.
1053 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder seal. Greenish grey steatite. Bad condition. Figures and inscription.
1054 (none) (none) B15276 Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli. Very small.
10604 (none) (none) (none) Clay Sealing Fragment: about 6 signs visible,= ? not legible
10605 (none) (none) (none) Clay Sealing Stamped on both sides with cylinder about 0025 long: Horned & hoofed being erect held by erect lions to right and left. Inscription 5 signs at ends of lines cf. U.10 133.
10611 (none) (none) (none) [struck out: "Tablet"] Seal Impression Fishing scene (fragment) Men carrying 2 fishes; net. Was the net carried by two men, strung from a pole cf. Engraved Shell (Delagorbe Bab. Ass. Civ. Fig. 23)?
10632 (none) (none) (none) Clay Sealing Inscribed with numerals H.C. 304
10648 (none) (none) (none) Tablets etc These 10 inscribed fragments brought in at the end of the season not yet studied U.10639 calcite fragment U.10640 fragment of foundation tablet U.10641 fragment of inscribed bead. U.10642 fragment of text in writing like Assyrian U.10643-U.10647 fragments of account tablets U.10648 seal impression
10804D (none) (none) (none) Tomb Group A. Few beads: lapis and carnelian. B. Copper pin with plain metal ball head, broken. C. [C and E] 2 silver wire spiral coil earrings. D. White shell cylinder seal much decayed: visible, a man with bird-like head and 2 fighting animals
10823C (none) (none) (none) Tomb Group A. Necklace of gold and lapis lazuli double conoids and long carnelian facetted lentoids. B. [B and I] 2 silver earrings, 2 1/2 coils. C. A lapis lazuli cylinder seal in 2 registers. Banquet scene. Above, four seated figures, 2 of whom are sucking from straws: below, shrine gate, a porter, 3 seated figures 2 of whom suck straws. The straws are placed in jars which stand upon a ring headed, others have perfect circles in place of a head. D. Silver pin with lapis ball head and gold leaf cap. Head broken from stem. Type V. E. Fluted silver beaker, sides compressed. F. Fragments of a silver ribbon head band. G. Rings forming a silver belt. H. Cockle shells containing paint. I. A Pair of large double lunate gold ear rings J. A gold ear ring in 2 1/2 coils
10987 (none) (none) B16895 Cylinder Seal. Shell. Geometrical design. [drawing]
11036 47-29-444 (none) (none) Seal Impression. 1-fragment from Dub-lalmah archive. Seal of son of Ur-dingir-ra? Lugal Ka-gi-na. Present: scene showing only Patron (with both hands raised) and Client. HC..177
11038 (none) (none) (none) Seal Impression. Inscription invoking a king (name lost). HC..179
11104 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Lapis Paste. 1-end chipped: small portion missing. Presentation scene: before seated god: minor deity introduces worshipper. Attributes: cresent moon, and behind seated god a palm. L. 21mm D. 10mm For subject compare U.10796-a lapis seal found in an adjoining grave at the same depth- PG 825.
11107 (none) 1928,1010.239 (none) Cylinder Seal. Marble. Greyish and mottled. Inscribed. Presentation scene: enthroned god and four figures advancing towards him. All the gods wear the horned headdress and three wear the flaunced kaukanes skirt. One has a plain skirt indicated by vertical radial lines running down from the waist; the introducing deity has a skirt with a division down the middle and a fringe at the bottom. This skirt is indicated by markings running down obliquely to a central vertical line that marks the division. All wear the cloak with one arm only exposed. The seated god appears to be enthroned on a mountain indicated by triangular blocks from the top of which rises a tree. Attributes: lightening? and one deity carries a staff? on the shoulder. Inscription e-zi(d) Ezid; dub-sar scribe. HC..213.
11110 (none) (none) B16897 Cylinder Seal? lapis lazuli. Minute linear incisions oblique to the vertical axis of the seal. 2 registers. [drawing]
11112 (none) (none) B16880 Cylinder Seal. Lapis lazuli. Bird headed men fighting bearded bulls and gazelles. One hero wears a four pronged comb at back of head.
11123A (none) (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Lapis lazuli. 2 palm trees, 2 conical shaped pedestals and 2 rampant lions. Seal broken and mended.
11136 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. White shell. Partly obliterated. Bearded bulls rampant. Inscribed: A-ni-ta (?).
11143 (none) (none) (none) Cylinder Seal. Black steatite. Very crude cutting. A seated goddes greeting a standing figure apparently legless. Behind throne a (spread eagle?) on an alter.
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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