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|Archaeology Area:||PG 800|
|Period:||Early Dynastic III|
|Credit Line:||British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1928|
|Other Number:||U.10948 - Field No SF|
Pendant/dangle shaped like a plant stem with a number of oval fruits projecting from the sides and two carnelian disk beads on end.. Double stringer and stem appear to be gold foil over silver. Stem in three fragments, two detached gold foil fruits, one of which is badly ripped.
CBS Register: Gold diadem of Queen Shubad. Animal figures, leaves, fruits, on background of blue beads.
The two cuneiform signs that compose her name were initially read as "Shub-ad" in Sumerian. Today, however, we think they should be read in Akkadian as "Pu-abi."
Current & Past Exhibitions:
|Ancient Mesopotamia: The Royal Tombs of Ur (1983 - 1998)||View Objects in Exhibition|
|Five Thousand Years of Vanity (06 Jan 1944 - 28 Feb 1944)||View Objects in Exhibition|
|Iraq's Ancient Past: Rediscovering Ur's Royal Cemetery ( Oct 2009 - Jan 2017)||View Objects in Exhibition|
|Middle East Galleries (21 Apr 2018)||View Objects in Exhibition|
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