|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Date Made:||ca. 700 BCE|
|Credit Line:||Babylonian Expedition to Nippur II, 1890|
|Other Number:||PBS XVI: 218 - Other Number|
P264842 - CDLI Number
CBS Register: Cast. terracotta figurine, fragment. head of a bearded man. c. 700 BC (Assyrian style). Original in Constantinople.
PBS XVI: Head of a bearded god wearing the divine horns. Hair, beard, whiskers are trimmed, waved and curled in the best Assyrian style of BC700. The moustache hangs in two carefully waxed curls. The underlip is clean shaven. Prominent eyebrows meet over the nose. The large almond eyes have the quiet wistfulness of the god Nabu and his placid smile plays about the lips. “Above all gods, trust Nabu;” so says the text engraved on the statue of the same god. Massive clay molded. Cast of an original in Constantinople.
|[Book] Legrain, Leon. 1930. Terra-Cottas from Nippur.. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Press. ed. Publications of the Babylonian Section. Vol. XVI. pg. 1-52, 445 plates Actual Citation||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
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