|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Archaeology Area:||PG. Pit W, SIS 4-5|
|Credit Line:||British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1933|
|Other Number:||U.18404 - Field No SF|
UE III: 349 - Other Number
700 - Other Number
UE III: the scene becomes more elaborate. The farmer sits on an elegant stool with rungs between two bulls leaving the byre on either side. His two hands rest on the jar, which he apparently holds by a loop of rope tied about the neck. The spread eagle above the hut, which seizes in its claws the two buckled posts planted sideways, is a remarkable feature, and almost certainly a religious emblem. Jars, animal legs, a quiver (or torch?), sign, form probably a pictorgraphic inscription. Seven fragments. Clay sealing. Baked and shellacked post-excavation. Fragment impressed with apparent milking scenes and round-topped huts.
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