Middle East Galleries|
Currently On Display
|Credit Line:||British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1928|
CBS Register: no U number. fragment of an archaic painted terracotta figure of a man with sharp curved nose and long beard (type of Kish inlay)
image is printed in UE IV, Plate 21, but with no field number nor description in the catalogue. There is, however, a description in the text, on page 12:
"Male figures of the al'Ubaid I period are reare. several have been found at Warka but from Ur we have only one isolated example, CBS 17199 on Pl. 21. Here the head is crudely shaped by pinching the clay and the body is very roughly formed; the left hand is raised to the face and the right arm brought across the body; the figure has a long straight beard which hands down over the chest; body and beard alike are marked by horizontal bands of black paint. "
Current & Past Exhibitions:
|Middle East Galleries (21 Apr 2018)||View Objects in Exhibition|
|Tokens to Tablets: Glimpses into 6000 Years of the History of the Ancient Near East (14 Nov 1987 - Aug 2006)||View Objects in Exhibition|
You may also be interested in these objects:
Report problems and issues to email@example.com.