Uruk (Early Sumerian II period) : Spouted jug with sculptured decoration found in E-anna precinct, treasure house of layer IIIa & II
|Collections||Arthur Llewellyn Basham|
|Title:||Uruk (Early Sumerian II period) : Spouted jug with sculptured decoration found in E-anna precinct, treasure house of layer IIIa & II|
Photographer: Arthur Llewellyn Basham
|Keywords:||Mesopotamia : Eridu-'Ubaid period, Early Sumerian period, Fara-Ur I period, Imperial Akkadian period;sculpture;stone;book scan|
|Description:||Made of one piece of stone, probably used for libations. This type of vessel, also made of clay, was extremely common in Early Sumerian times. The decoration is completely symmetrical|
lions on both sides of the spout
on the body, bulls attacked from behind by lions. -- yellow limestone, 20.3 cm high (Iraq Museum).
|Other Identifiers:||ANUA 682-4107|
|ANUA 682-4107.tif||15.81 MB||TIFF|
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