Location: On Display in the Eastern Mediterranean Gallery
From: Syria | Palmyra
Curatorial Section: Near Eastern
|Current Location||Eastern Mediterranean Gallery - On Display|
|Provenience||Syria | Palmyra|
|Iconography||Man | Lamb | Tray | Inscription|
CBS Register: Fragment of slab in limestone, mortuary stone. In high relief, young man (bust) with lamb on a tray, Palmyrene inscription to the right and left of his head.
Romano: "Good condition. Broken off a round entire perimeter. Vertical crack down left side of face and continuing below chin."
Pigment remains on part of eyes, and his tunic has a series of holes drilled which likely contained stones to showcase his decorated costume. His hair is of typical "Parthian" curls.
|Credit Line||Babylonian Expedition to Nippur II, 1890|
|Other Number||P263720 - CDLI Number|
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