Location: On Display in the Middle East Galleries

From: Iraq | Ur

Curatorial Section: Babylonian

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Object Number CBS16216
Current Location Middle East Galleries - On Display
Provenience Iraq | Ur
Archaeology Area from the Dim-tab-ba temple
Period Ur III
Date Made 2100 - 2000 BCE
Section Babylonian
Materials Copper
Technique Inscribed
Iconography Human | Basket | Inscription
Inscription Language Sumerian Language

Dungi, now Shulgi

CBS Register: copper statue of the basket carrier. from the foundation box of Dimtabba shrine by Shulgii. Inscribed.

UE VI: Statue, copper, of Shulgii as Kanephoros.

(CDLI Composite: Q000961). See CDLI for transliteration info. Pairs with IM 001158 from the National Museum of Iraq in Baghdad, Iraq.

Length 24 cm
Width 6 cm
Depth 2 cm
Credit Line British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1926
Other Number U.6305 - Field No SF | P227098, P468087 - CDLI Number | B16216 - Old Museum Number | CBS 16216 & IM 001158 - Other Number

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