Hematite cylinder seal; hole drilled through long axis; engraved with the goddess Ninkarrak standing before Pa-bil-sag and another god; between them is a small figure of a nude goddess and a human head. On the left are two columns of cuneiform inscription; ground and highly polished.

An00072436 001 l

Thing

Made Of
hematite
Type of Thing
cylinder seal
Subject
deity
Techniques
polished, drilled, engraved, ground

People

Depicted
Pa-bil-sag, Ninkarrak
Found, Excavated, Collected By
Turner Bequest Excavations, Enkomi

Place

Found In
Enkomi
Made In
Iraq

Time

Acquired In
1897
Made
1550BC-1200
Period/Culture
Late Cypriot IIC, Late Cypriot IB

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