Clay tablet; Ur III. Barley issued to Baba-ibgul; case unopened; seal dedicated to Šulgi, d.Ba-ba6-íb-gu-ul rá-gaba ir11-zu. Seal impression: The king, facing left, is seated on a padded stool placed on a platform. He is bearded, wears the high-brimmed headdress and he raises his right arm. There is Anzu in the field.


Thing

Made Of
clay
Type of Thing
tablet, seal-impression
Techniques
stamped

Place

Found In
Iraq, South

Time

Acquired In
1894
Period/Culture
Third Dynasty of Ur

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