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Cast

Figurine

Plaque

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Object Number:
B1966
Current Location:
Collections storage
Provenience:
Iraq
Nippur
Section:
Near Eastern
Materials:
Terracotta
Plaster
Iconography:
Bearded Man
Staff
Description:
CBS Register: cast. terracotta relief, from Nippur. God with his symbol. Bearded man with cap, holding (staff drawn) in his left hand. Original in Constantinople
PBS XVI: War god holding the caduceus in the left, and a curved scimitar (?) in the right hand. A short shawl is thrown over his left shoulder and girded about with a belt. His arms are bare. His long beard flows back. With his round turban and short hair he could claim to be a figure of the Amorite god, Martu. Moulded relief. Cast of an original in Constantinople.
Other Number:
PBS XVI: 203   -   Other Number

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