|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Period:||Hasanlu Period IV|
|Credit Line:||The Hasanlu Project; Robert H. Dyson Jr., 1964|
|Other Number:||HAS64-775 - Field No SF|
Ivory; seated figure showing feet and hem of garment.
Muscarella Publication: " Preserved is a figure seated on the edge of a chair, of the same type as those above, nos. 116, 117. Vertical incisions above the arm seem to indicate a beard. The man wears a garment with fringe at the hem and side indicated by incision, and at the lap by plastic zig-zags. His rather large left hand rests on his lap, while the right holds a vessel to his mouth. His sandaled feet rest on a lion's head, the body of which is apparently resting under a chair's legs. A small object, perhaps a tripod, is at the right. The reverse has neatly incised scoring."
|[Book] de Schauensee, Maude. 2011. Peoples and Crafts in Period IVB at Hasanlu, Iran.. Philadelphia. University of Pennsylvania Press. pg. xxxiv, 214 p. : ill. + 1 DVD-ROM Actual Citation : Page/Fig./Plate: pg. 11/ fg. 1.5a||View Objects related to this Actual Citation|
|[Book] Muscarella, Oscar W. 1980. The Catalogue of Ivories from Hasanlu, Iran.. The University Museum. : Page/Fig./Plate: 56/118||View Objects related to this|
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