Seated figure of a woman, draped, suckling an infant; on the back of the chair, on either side of her head, there is a disk (plate?) and a serpent with open jaw and fangs; the chair has two back legs of clay to make it stand upright. A second example, U.18966 (35-1-108), also comes from Digdiggah.
British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1931
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