|Iraq | Nippur
CBS Register: Seal cylinder in hematite. Place of discovery not reported to HVH
PBS XIV: The worshiping of Shamash as above and of Martu. Shamash has his hair tied in a swallow tail and his leg resting on a square base. Martu steps forth with his club and scimitar in one hand. The emblems between are the crescent, the sun disk with cross and rays and the fly. The usual divine attendant adores with both hands up. There is a small nude Gilgamesh i front face, with a belt, his hands clasped, and his phallus strongly marked, which is unusual.
"Sin-iribam//son of Ishum-hazini//servant of Ishum." Concave cyl. seal. Hematite, 25 x 14 mm. Nippur, 1891.
|Babylonian Expedition to Nippur II, 1890
|PBS XIV: 420 - Other Number
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