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Clay docket or sealing impressed with two seals, with possibly a human figure facing them, in combat and another one of two human figures, one of which is seated, both designs have a panel of three columns of inscription, there is a further human figure on the opposite side of the inscribed panel to the two figures; chipped; cracked; gouged; slightly worn.
Impression of two different seals: .
1) A worshipper, head-shaven and beardless, proceeds towards a god, he is led by a goddess who hold his hand, while raising the left arm, she wears a striped robe and the headdress with a couple of horns. The god, facing left, is bearded, wears a flounced skirt and the multiple-horned (?) headress and raises his right arm. He is seated on a padded stool, placed on a platform and there is Anzu in the field in front of him.
2) Two rams in a heraldic posture. A bull-man on the right of the scene is fighting one of them. There is a small lion in the field next to the legs of the bull-man and a crescent moon in the area between the two animals.
(Probably this seal is a recutting of an akkadian one).
Length: 2.75 inches
Width: 2.625 inches
- Not on display
- Fired: 31/10/1960
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- Middle East
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