Brown hematite cylinder seal; the suppliant goddess and a bald, clean-shaven worshipper in a fringed robe, with hands clasped, face a deified king who sits on a padded stool with foot-rest on a dais and holds a cup beneath the sun-disc and crescent. In the field are a goat-fish facing left, two crossed wedges (a fly) and two monkeys tete-beche facing right; a ball-and-staff. There is a base-line beneath the scene; three lines of inscription.

An00325511 001 l

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1841
Made
2000BC-1600BC
Period/Culture
Old Babylonian

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