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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)
496 (none) (none) B15255 Scarab. Green glaze. Inscr. [drawing]
497 (none) (none) B15250 Scaraboid. White steatite. inscr. [drawing]
591 (none) (none) (none) Fragment of clay with two seal impressions. The upper shows a kneeling figure striking a standing opponent, behind another kneeling figure with a bow and a standing figure in the background. The impression below has the head and headdress of one figure and the headdress of another, ordinary Sumerian type.
685 (none) (none) B15249 Cylinder seal. Back steatite. Subject: a seated god approached by 2 supplicants: above, the sun: the composition is divided up by a roughly rendered rope(?) pattern which coils above the god and first supplicant and below the second.[drawing]
775 (none) (none) B15248 Carnelian cylinder seal. Archer in chariot driving rt. shoots at kneeling archer l. Late style with a good deal of drill point work, but not bad. ? 8th century.
1267 (none) (none) B15592, B15592 Cylinder seal; scene of "introduction" to seated god facing right, with star and crescent above. Inscription: Lugal-asum-gal (cf. U.1268) mar Ur-sul. Su-du-a.
1268 (none) (none) B15593, B15593 Cylinder seal in 2 registers: above, scene of "introduction" to a goddess. A woman is led forward by a female protecting deity. In lower register, 3 swans. Inscription: Ahat-ilti. Assat Lugal-usum-gal. (cf.U1267)
1706 (none) (none) B15594 Cylinder seal. Light brown stone. With traces of archaic design of fishes.
1733 (none) (none) B15589 Cylinder seal. grey steatite. Very scratchily engraved on one side only with design of 2 men fighting a lion. P. [drawing]
6002 (none) (none) B16287 Cylinder seal. Grey steatite. Below, figure Gilgamesh? prostrate above, offering to Ea, heraldic animals, etc. c. BC 2300. ? Brick. VII
6059 (none) (none) B16284, B16284 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Reception scene, Nannar and minor go and votary, 2 lines of inscription. E. 3rd Dynasty of Ur.
6065 (none) (none) B16300 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. 3 grooves in middle divider scene, seated god and introduction of votary from 4 swans on lower half. About BC 2700. E.
6066 (none) (none) B16292 Seal. Black steatite. Triangular shape scorpion and? Lizard? About BC 2600. E.
6091 (none) (none) B16311 Cylinder seal. Black basalt. Nannar, minor god and votary. E.
6133 (none) (none) B16294 Cylinder seal. Lapis lazuli. Upper and lower band showing gazelles passing sacred tree. About 3000 BC. E.
6255 (none) (none) B16306 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Shamash with horned mitre and notched sword in hand steps on a crouching bull a worshipper brings a kid as an offering. The god Martu with a short club in hand, short garment and a round woolen turban is followed by a worshipper with clasped hands, and a servant. Two small figures - a bifrons with clasped hands and a nude servant with libation cone in hand. About BC 1900. E.
6261 (none) (none) B16314 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Nannar, Minor god and votary. Inscription doubtful. About BC 2200. [drawing]
6296 (none) (none) B16291 Cylinder seal. Brown marble? Inscribed. Pierced. 3 crouching antelopes (one reversed). Before BC 3000. E.
6499 (none) (none) B16297 Cylinder seal Pink marble or diorite Piece of copper wire mounting inside Four animals. Sheep or goats - two of which are crossed Two scorpions. L 002 diam 0015 About BC 3100. E.
6519B (none) (none) B16313, B16313 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Inscribed. Minor god introducing worshipper to major god. Nin-da-da son of Da-da-a. About 2300 BC?
6608 (none) (none) B16312 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Undulating line of mountains and (spread eagle ?) About BC 2800.
6687 (none) (none) B16310, B16310 Cylinder seal. Black hematite. Inscribed. Shamash, worshipper and goddess. Servant of Sin and servant of Nin-Shah. E. 1st Babylonian dynasty 2000 BC.
6698 (none) (none) B16298 Cylinder seal. Inscribed. Grey steatite. Introduction of worshipper by goddess to Nannar: smaller figure behind throne of Nannar holding big club. Below and behind throne small figure pulling dragon by the wing; similar figure attacks dragon in front. Attributes: crescent moon resting on post. Balance and pot. Squat monkey (close to knees of Nannar). Inscribed: Ilu-Shamash, Ilu-Aa 1st Babylonian Dynasty. E.
6779A (none) (none) B16299 Cylinder seal. Grey steatite. Presented. Scene of worship. Worshipper interlaced by minor goddess to seated Nannar. Attributes: Crescent moon. Inscription obliterated. Post Sargonid. Pre-3rd Ur Dynasty about 2500 BC
6854 (none) (none) B16303 Cylinder seal. Black steatite. Scene of introduction. Female introduced to enthroned Nannar by minor goddess. Attributes: stork? Scorpion and upright post. E.
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