From: Iraq | Ur

Curatorial Section: Babylonian

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Object Number CBS17201
Current Location Collections Storage
Provenience Iraq | Ur
Archaeology Area Royal Cemetery area at 2.60 m below the surface, not connected with any grave.
Locus found loose in cemetery
Section Babylonian
Materials Terracotta
Technique Inscribed
Iconography Sheep? | Cow? | Inscription | Personal Name

Inscribed with cuneiform, indicating a personal name.

UE IV: terracotta figurine, hand modelled of a sheep (?); ears and legs broken. on one flank an inscription "Nam-(?) Overseer of Nannar."

CBS Register: Season VI. clay model of a sheep. inscribed with the name of NAM- Overseer of Nannar. Found loose in cemetery. 2.60m depth.

Height 5.6 cm
Length 8.7 cm
Width 3 cm
Credit Line British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1928
Other Number U.9549 - Field No SF | P270214 - CDLI Number | B17201 - Old Museum Number | CBS 17201 - Other Number

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