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Mesopotamia Gallery: Building Of A Temple

Detailed List Of Artifacts On Exhibit

OIM A30555 - Beads - Nippur - Faience
23 Frit Beads, Perforated.
OIM A30556 - Beads - Nippur - Stone
2 Agate Beads.
OIM A1400 - Brick - Bismaya - Ca. 2150 B.C. - Clay, Baked - 180 X 155 X 38 mm
Plano-Convex, Stamped With Gudea Inscription
OIM A31071 - Brick - Nippur - Clay, Baked
Trapezoidal, Inscribed, Ashurbanipal, 11 Lines.
OIM A31018 - Brick - Nippur - Stone - 85 X 55 X 32 mm.
Gray Stone Brick, Oblong, Plano-Convex, Uninscribed.
OIM A9003 - Brick - Diyala, Asmar - Isin Larsa - Clay, Baked - 32x32xf
Pinkish Buff Inscribed Brick Of Ipiq-Adad 2, King Of Eshnuna. 8 Lines Of Inscription.
OIM A17615 - Brick - Khorsabad - Neo-Assyrian - Clay, Baked
Maker's Marks Upon Baked Bricks, Finely Drawn Bull
OIM A26290 - Brick - Jamdat Nasr - Protoliterate - Clay, Baked
OIM A26291 - Brick - Kish - Early Dynastic II - Clay, Baked
OIM A32779 - Brick - Nippur - Middle Babylonian - Clay, Baked - 320x320x70 mm
Kurigalzu Inscription On Side, Period Assigned In Field=Middle Babylonian
OIM A12360 - Brick Model - Diyala, Khafajah - Early Dynastic IIIa - Lapis Lazuli - 28x19x8 mm
Foundation Deposit, Plano Convex
OIM A12361 - Brick Model - Diyala, Khafajah - Early Dynastic IIIa - Slate - 39x24x7 mm
Foundation Deposit, Double Plano Brick
OIM A457 - Brick Stamp - Bismaya - Akkadian - Clay, Baked - 111x111 mm
Naram Sin Inscription In Relief, Partially Damaged, Inscription: [The Divine Naram Sin, The Builder Of The House (Temple) Of Innana]
OIM A1129 - Cone - Tello - Gudea - Clay, Baked - 126 X 44 mm
Tapering Cylindrical Shaft, Inscribed, Yellowish-Buff, 10 Lines Upper Half, 3 Lines Lower Half, Cuneiform, Broken And Repaired
OIM A11847 - Cone - Clay, Baked - 119x57x57 mm
Gudea Inscription On Shaft
OIM A12362 - Foundation Deposit Fragment - Diyala, Khafajah - Early Dynastic IIIa - Carnelian - 29x22x14 mm
OIM A3700 - Foundation Stone
OIM A30557 - Fragments, Uncut - Nippur - Stone
Unworked Chips Of Various Colored Stones.
OIM A12359 - Gold Foil - Diyala, Khafajah - Early Dynastic IIIa - Gold - 20x33 mm
Rectangular, Foundation Deposit
OIM A8164 - Pivot Stone - Diyala, Asmar - Ur III - Limestone
Inscribed: To The Divine Shu-Sin Mentioned By Name Of Anu, Beloved Of Enlil, The King Whom Enlil Thought Of In His Holy Heart For Shepherdship Of The Country & Of The 4 Quarters...His Temple Has Blt
OIM A30553 - Statuette - Nippur - Bronze/Copper ?
Bronze, Copper, On Flat Pedestal, Holding Basket Above Head, Object Is Very Heavy. Statuette Of Urnammu.
OIM A7122 - Statuette - Zabalam - Early Old Babylonian - Bronze - 272x49 mm
Foundation Peg, Horned Deity, Wavy Hair Down To Waist, Hands Folded, Inscription In Front, Personal God Dingir-Shulunia
OIM A31017 - Statuette - Nippur - Ur III - Bronze - 297 mm H 115 mm W.
Peg Figure, Carrying Basket On Head, Remains Of Textile.
OIM A2535 - Statuette, God - Tello ? - Ur III - Bronze - 198h 63w 43th mm
Foundation Nail, Perhaps From Clandestine Excavations At Tello. Deity Kneeling On Right Knee Holding Post W/ Both Hands, Wears Headdress Consisting Of 4 Prs Of Horns. No Inscription On Post
OIM A7121 - Tablet - Zabalam - Early Old Babylonian - Stone - 255x165x75 mm
Alabaster, Foundation Deposit Of Entemena Ensi Of Lagash, Edges & Corners Rounded, Inscribed Front & 1 Side, Broken Along 1 Edge, Patina Stain From Bronze Nail, Goddess On Edge Of Reverse Side
OIM A6151 - Tablet - Limestone - 120x74x31.5 mm
Oblong, Inscribed One Side, And 1 Line On Reverse. [For (The God) Nindara, King And High Priest, His Lord Did Gudea, Ishakka (Prince) Of Lagash, Build His Temple Is Girsu]
OIM A30554 - Tablet, Foundation - Nippur - Stone
Stone Brick, Plano-Convex, Inscribed.

Revised: February 19, 2007

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