Baked clay figure; boy sitting on top of a cone holding a bowl in his lap with both hands; broad nose, other facial features missing; garment indistinct; double mould, open base; hole through the back; red clay, slipped; remnants of lime wash and red paint on the cone; piece missing from the lower part of the cone; modern repair.

An01019230 001 l

Thing

Made Of
clay
Type of Thing
figure
Subject
child
Techniques
baked, slipped, mould-made, painted, lime-washed

Place

Found In
Babylon

Time

Acquired In
1880
Period/Culture
Seleucid Dynasty

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