Location: On Display in the Middle East Galleries
From: Iraq | Al 'Ubaid
Curatorial Section: Near Eastern
|Current Location||Middle East Galleries - On Display|
|Provenience||Iraq | Al 'Ubaid|
|Materials||Copper | Bronze|
CBS Register: Copper relief--crouched copper bull from Temple of Nin Harsag.
According to Publication of 1927: "TO.294. Figure of bull, the body complete but the head which had been facing right, missing; TO.297, which was lying close to the relief, may well belong to it and has been restored as such. The body is in fairly good condition.. Height 0.23m, length of fragment 0.60m.
TO.297. Head of bull from the frieze. Found lying close to TO.294, to which it probably belonged. Width across ears 0.16m, back of head to muzzle 0.11m."
According to Inventory of 1988: Missing.
According to Research in 2001: Probably the full relief on 17C; the head would then be field number TO.297 [see annotation under field number for this object]
|Credit Line||British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Al'Ubaid, Iraq, 1924|
|Other Number||TO.294 - Field No SF|
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