University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
Object Number: B1092
Current Location: Collections storage
Provenience: Iraq
Section:Near Eastern
Credit Line:Purchased from Khabaza, Baghdad; subscription of R. F. Harper, 1889
Other NumberPBS XIV: 453 - Other Number


CBS Register: seal cylinder, hematite
PBS XIV: The worshiping of Martu, an unusual figure stepping forth, club in one hand, and a high crooked stick in the other. He has a conical hat, his hair tied in a short tail, a close fitting embroidered tunic or shawl reaching to the knees. A bearded (?) worshiper in fringed robe extends a hand toward the crooked stick. The emblems around are the lightning fork of Adad on a crouched bull, a crescent on a small base, and a spear of Marduk. A second bareheaded, bearded worshiper in fringed shawl stands with clasped hands. Concave cyl.seal. Hematite, 21 x 8 1/2 mm


[Book] Legrain, Leon. 1925. The Culture of the Babylonians. Volume XIV. View Objects related to this

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