Fragment of a moulded plaster plaque; face depicts the upper right portion of a cross with splayed arms, with compass-incised dotted circles at the corners of the arms, set beneath a niche or arch and within a decorated border; traces of red pigment highlighting the decoration; flat plain reverse; lightly bevelled sides.

An00090490 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
G52 Ancient Iran 2007
Made Of
plaster
Type of Thing
plaque
Techniques
pigmented, incised, moulded

People

Found, Excavated, Collected By
Mallowan, Max Edgar Lucien, Thompson, Reginald Campbell

Place

Found In
Kouyunjik
In Gallery
G52/IRAN/7
Made In
Iraq

Time

Acquired In
1932
Made
7thC-8thC
Period/Culture
Umayyad dynasty

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