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Mesopotamian Gallery: Temples, Palaces, and Cities

Detailed List Of Artifacts On Exhibit

OIM A21693 - Amulet - Diyala, Agrab - Early Dynastic - Shell
Fragtment, Fishtail?
OIM A17558 - Architectural Element - Khorsabad - Neo-Assyrian - Basalt
Large, Round, Raised Design
OIM A7467 - Barrel Cylinder - Tell El-Buzekh - Isin Larsa - Clay, Baked
A Little Damaged On One Side. Sumerian Inscription Concerning The Building Of A Canal By A Larsa King. Name Of King Is Destroyed. (= Sin-Iddinam)
OIM A25449 - Brick - Khorsabad - Neo-Assyrian - Clay
Flat On Back, Convex Front, Inscribed [Palace Of Sargon,] Etc.
OIM A1141 - Brick - Bismaya - Ur III - Clay, Baked - 320 X 155 X 73 mm
Inscribed One Side. [For Ninhursaga, His Lady, Shulgi The Mighty Man, King Of Ur, King Of Sumer And Akkad, Has Built His Beloved Weir.]
OIM A2502 - Brick - Babylon - 604-562 B.C. - Clay, Baked - 204x187x71 mm
Oblong, Inscription Cut From Large Brick Stamped [Nebuchadnezzar, King Of Babylon, Patron Of Esagila & Ezida, First Born Of Nabopolassar, King Of Babylon], See: A2504, A2505
OIM A7476 - Cone - Abu Abba - Old Babylonian - 235x186x86 mm
Cone Of Samsu-Iluna. 2 Pieces Restored As One
OIM A32642 - Cone - Chogha Mish 2 - Clay, Baked
Light Grey Ware
OIM A32636 - Cone - Chogha Mish 2 - Clay, Baked
Fragmentary With Depression In Wide End
OIM A5209 - Cone - Warka - Old Babylonian - Clay - 31d 52l mm
Round Flat Head, Inscribed Around Shank. Singashid, See A 4126
OIM A7555 - Cone Fragment - Isin Larsa - Clay, Baked - 112-114 mm D The Head
Of The King Damiq-Ilishu Of Isin Dynasty With The Greater Part Of The Pointed End Broken Away, Inscription Complete On The Head, Partly Preserved On The Pointed End.
OIM A7461 - Cone, Foundation - Early Isin - Clay, Baked
Of Enlil-Bani, King Of Isin About 2029-2006 B.C.
OIM A2533 - Cylinder - Abu Habba - Neo-Babylonian - Clay, Baked
Hollow, Flat Both Ends Inscribed On All Sides. Prayer To Shamash, The Sun God, At The Dedication Of 3-Babbaru, The Sun Temple In Sippar. Time Of Nebuchadnezzer
OIM A545 - Figurine, Lion On Spike - Bismaya - Copper - 480 X 40 X 58 mm
Foundation Figurine, Spike With Recumbent Lion.
OIM C345 - Gold Tablet Of Shalmanezer 3 - Warka - Neo-Assyrian - Plaster
Replica Of Gold Tablet Commemorating Restoration Of Wall Of Assur. Inscribed On Both Sides.
OIM A12260 - Inlay - Diyala, Asmar - Early Dynastic - Shell
Shell Fragment (Skirt).
OIM A31556 - Inlay - Nippur - Early Dynastic II - Shell - 38x15x5 mm.
With Lapis Lazuli Inserts, Whole, Rectangular, With Four Loops On One Side.
OIM A12261 - Inlay - Diyala, Asmar - Early Dynastic - Shell
Head & Body Of Human Figure.
OIM A28976 - Inlay - Nippur - Shell - 43lx23-28wx1-5th mm
Trapozoidal In Shape, 2 Hobs In Back For Fastening
OIM A11401 - Inlay Fragment - Diyala, Asmar - Mother Of Pearl - 74x27 mm
In Bitumen Upon A Stone Base.; Triangular Bits Set In Concentric Areas
OIM A31511 - Inlay, Female Figure - Nippur - Shell - 49x38x3 mm.
Minus Head And Feet.
OIM A12294 - Inlay, Furniture ? - Diyala, Asmar - Ed, Early - Shell
Upper Half Of Male Figure.
OIM A9126 - Inlay, Human Figure - Diyala, Khafajah - Ed3a - Stone - 26wx29h mm
Showing Human Figure
OIM A31512a-B - Inlay, Human Figure - Nippur - Shell - 53x36x3 mm.
Two Pieces, Incised, Human Figure With Arms Crossed, Head Missing.
OIM A12397 - Inlay, Human Head - Diyala, Khafajah - Early Dynastic - Shell
Furniture Element?
OIM A18006 - Inlay, Rosette - Diyala, Agrab - Early Dynastic - Shell - 57d mm
Mother Of Pearl, 9 Petal Rosette In Bitumen, Circular Center
OIM A21466 - Inlay, Rosette - Diyala, Agrab - Early Dynastic - Shell
8 Petal
OIM A307a - Inlay, Rosette - Bismaya - Shell - 50 mm. D.
Nine-Pointed, In Circular Ring, Drilled For Inlays.
OIM A306 - Inlay, Rosette - Bismaya - Bone - 24 D. X 2 Th. mm
8 Pointed, Within Circular Rim, 16 Holes Pierced Through.
OIM A11572 - Inlay? - Diyala, Khafajah - 3 Edyn - Shell - 31 mm D
Round With Incised Design
OIM A4101 - Mosaic - Warka - Stone - 57h 27d mm
Circular At Flat Base, Stem W/ Rough Surface, End Broken
OIM A24645 - Nail - Old Babylonian - Clay, Baked - Diam Head 187mm
Shaft Almost Entirely Missing, Head Mostly Preserved, 3 Columns Of Inscr. On Head, Traces On Shaft, Commemorating Building Of Wall Of Sippar
OIM A31524 - Nail Head ? - Nippur - Slate - 30 mm Th 72 mm D.
Circular, Shaft Broken Away, Depression And Perforation In Head.
OIM A18137 - Offering Stand - Diyala, Agrab - Protoliterate - Gypsum
Carved, Found In Fragments, Mended, Restored.
OIM A31488 - Plaque - Nippur - Slate - 195x118x29 mm
Rectangular, Edge Rabbetted, Inlaid With Mother Of Pearl Triangles, Pierced In Center
OIM A17587 - Prism - Khorsabad - Neo-Assyrian - Clay, Baked
Inscribed
OIM A2793 - Prism - Kuyunjik - 705-681 B.C. - Clay, Baked - 380hx140dia mm
6-Sided, Inscribed With The Campaigns & Building Activities Of Sennacherib, Dated [In Month Of Tammuz, Eponymate Of Gahihi, Governor Of Hatarikka]
OIM A11802 - Sikkatu - Khorsabad - 722-705 B.C. - Clay, Baked - 10 mm D
Wall Peg, Carafe-Shaped Body Pierced Centrally At Bottom Of Base, Squat Body, Tapering Neck Inserted Into Wall. Decor. Value In Shadow Cast; Sikkatu Found Only In Temples; Religious Significance.
OIM A542 - Spike - Bismaya - Bronze - 170 X 23
Round Overhanging Head, Shaft Round, Tapering To Point
OIM A29804 - Statuette - Ur - 1900 B.C. - Copper - 318hx102w mm
10.5 Lbs., Rim-Sin As Basket Carrier, Lower Part From Waist Solid, Inscribed
OIM A5679 - Tablet - Warka - Old Babylonian - Clay - 57x43x19 mm
Oblong, Plano-Convex, Inscribed 2 Sides, Singashid, See A 4128
OIM A29805 - Tablet - Ur - 1900 B.C. - Steatite - 143x84x21 mm
Plano-Convex, Oblong, Inscribed
OIM A1160 - Tablet - Bismaya - Early Dynastic III - Bronze - 66 X 14 X 17 mm
Plano-Convex, Oblong, Inscribed On Front, Used As A Foundation Deposit.
OIM A1159 - Tablet - Bismaya - Early Dynastic III - Stone - 65 X 46 X 19 mm
White, Plano-Convex, Oblong, Inscribed On Front And On One End, Used As A Foundation Deposit.
OIM A543 - Votive Tablet - Bismaya - Early Dynastic III - Bronze - 145 X 52 X 9 mm
Commemorative Tablet In Shape Of Hoe, Inscribed.
OIM A34565 - Wall Cone - Warka Sur. 264 - Protolterate - Stone
Pink Stone
OIM A34564 - Wall Cone - Warka Sur 044 - Protolterate - Stone
Pink Stone
OIM A34163 - Wall Nail - Tell Fakhariyah - Middle Assyrian - Clay, Baked
Fragment Of Head. Coarse Brown Clay W/Straw Temper, Red Slip
OIM A34164 - Wall Nail - Tell Fakhariyah - Middle Assyrian - Clay, Baked
Shaft & Neck Fragment. Coarse Gray-Brown Clay W/Much Straw Tempering, Red Slip On Neck & Flange & Few Drops Accidentally Smeared On Shank, Shank Irregularly Formed W/ Blunt End
OIM C470 - Ziggurat Model - (Babylon) - Neo-Babylonian - Wood
Scale Model Of Unger's Proposed Reconstruction Of The Tower Of Babel

Revised: February 19, 2007

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