Fragment of black stone with incised? grooves and part of a panel of archaizing (cuneiform) inscription; chipped; cracked; surface wear.
- Excavated/Findspot: Iraq, North (?)
- (Asia,Iraq,North Iraq)
- Length: 20 centimetres (circa)
- Width: 18 centimetres (circa?)
- Depth: 8 centimetres (circa)
Incomplete; part of object only; chipped; cracked; surface wear.
18 December 2000 - 1 May 2003
Reason for analysis
BLACK STONE OBJECTS
Analysis reference number
This collection consists of material in older collections, previously unregistered. Most probably acquired before 1884 from Rassam in Babylonia or early Assyrian excavations but many objects are of indeterminate origin.
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Object reference number: WCO83815
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