CBS Register: fragment of a terracotta relief on plaque. Eabani holding emblem (sketched) with both hands.
PBS XVI: Enkidu holds a standard. The disc with central knob on a huge post may be a solar emblem, a colossal club, or even a door post. The bull’s ears, the mitre with four pairs of horns, the plaited beard, the long braids of hair, and the threefold belt are in the classical Gudea style. Moulded relief.
Babylonian Expedition to Nippur III, 1896
|PBS XVI: 205 || - || Other Number|
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