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Object Number: B16267
Current Location: Magic in the Ancient World
Currently On Display
Provenience: Iraq
Section:Near Eastern
Iconography:Seated Goddess
Credit Line:British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1926
Other NumberU.7076a - Field No SF
55 - Other Number
70 - Other Number


seated goddess, full face, wearing the horned mitre and flounced dress and holding a vase out of which come streams of water; she sits on a goose and in the background there are two crescents, one having blunted and split ends. A fragment of the same relief, U.978 (B.15187), also came from Digdiggah
CBS Register: terracotta. clay relief. Bau (:Gula) the goddess enthroned on a goose, holding an overflowing water bottle. 2 crescents. 107 mm high.

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