From: South Arabia
Curatorial Section: Near Eastern
|Current Location||Collections Storage|
Limestone statuette of seated figure, slightly more disengaged from the block than 30-47-15; neck, shoulders, arms extended, body and knee. Fingers and toes are incised, the latter on the plinth on either side of the inscription, Du Sawas. Seat is a square block. Face is the usual triangular mask cut flat above. Nose flush with the forehead. Eyes incised and painted. Mouth is a straight cut. The two breasts are two rough uncut pieces between the hands. Two lines behind divide arms and body.
|Credit Line||Purchased from Quill Jones, 1930|
|Other Number||R'ES 4568 - Other Number|
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