|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Archaeology Area:||TTB; E-nun-mah, room 1|
|Credit Line:||British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1923|
|Other Number:||U.137 - Field No SF|
CBS Register: fragment of weathered limestone statue. Sumer. Woman. Eyes were inlaid.
UE VI: statue, fragment, white limestone; the head, left shoulder, and most of left arm preserved; the eyes were originally inlaid. Apparently a female figure, the hair dressed in a heavy roll across the forehead, the top of the head smooth, traces of long locks on the shoulders; no sign of drapery. The surface and softer parts of the stone are much decayed and the character of the work has suffered greatly.
|[Book] Woolley, Charles L. Ur Excavations: The building of the Third Dynasty.. Published for the Trustees of the Two Museums by the Oxford University Press. Vol. VI.||View Objects related to this reference|
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