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Fragment of a limestone boundary-stone (kudurru): from the upper part of a kudurru, preserving portions of three symbols: (1) Portion of a horned headdress, which stood upon a shrine; (2) Upper part of the wedge, which stood upon a shrine, beside which was a horned dragon; and (3) the Serpent. No part of the text has been preserved. Culture/period: Babylonian  From: Babylon (South Iraq) Materials: limestone Technique: relief British Museum number: 104407

Fragment of a limestone boundary-stone (kudurru): from the upper part of a kudurru, preserving portions of three symbols: (1) Portion of a horned headdress, which stood upon a shrine; (2) Upper part of the wedge, which stood upon a shrine, beside which was a horned dragon; and (3) the Serpent. No part of the text has been preserved. Culture/period: Babylonian From: Babylon (South Iraq) Materials: limestone Technique: relief British Museum number: 104407

Upper part of limestone boundary-stone (kudurru): consisting of a grey limestone boulder, of which only the upper portion is preserved in a much damaged condition. Authority Ruler: Marduk-shapik-ser-mati Date 1090BC (about) Materials stone Technique relief British Museum number: 104404

Upper part of limestone boundary-stone (kudurru): consisting of a grey limestone boulder, of which only the upper portion is preserved in a much damaged condition. Authority Ruler: Marduk-shapik-ser-mati Date 1090BC (about) Materials stone Technique relief British Museum number: 104404

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Fragment of clay sealing, with remains of seal impression, perhaps a representation of a scorpion. From: Kouyunjik British Museum number: SM.2210

Fragment of clay sealing, with remains of seal impression, perhaps a representation of a scorpion. From: Kouyunjik British Museum number:

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Relief from Assurnasirpal’s palace with the king wearing a necklace bejeweled with emblems of the planets.  British Museum 124525

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Relief from Assurnasirpal’s palace with the king wearing a necklace bejeweled with emblems of the planets.

Black diorite tablet. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian Date: 875BC-850BC From: Iraq, South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) From: Babylon (Iraq, South Iraq, Babylon) Materials: diorite Technique: carved. British Museum number: 90922

Culture/period: Middle Babylonian Date: From: Iraq, South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) From: Babylon (Iraq, South Iraq, Babylon) Materials: diorite Technique: carved.

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Fragment of clay sealing, with remains of seal impression, perhaps a representation of a scorpion. From: Kouyunjik British Museum number: SM.2210

Fragment of clay sealing, with remains of seal impression, perhaps a representation of a scorpion. From: Kouyunjik British Museum number:

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Fragment of a baked clay sealing with impression of a scorpion; chipped; cracked; worn; deposit. From: Kouyunjik (Asia, Iraq, North Iraq, Kouyunjik (Nineveh)) Materials:clay Technique: impressed, baked British Museum number SM.2385

Fragment of a baked clay sealing with impression of a scorpion; From: Kouyunjik (Asia, Iraq, North Iraq, Kouyunjik (Nineveh)) Materials:clay Technique: impressed, baked British Museum number

Marduk-nadin-apli from L. W. King - Babylonian boundary-stones and memorial tablets in the British Museum: Plate XXXI

Marduk-nadin-apli from L. King - Babylonian boundary-stones and memorial tablets in the British Museum: Plate XXXI

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Limestone kudurru from the riegn of Marduk-nadin-ahhe: consisting of a block of black limestone, rising to a point. It has been rubbed down on four sides to take inscriptions, and the upper portion, from the point where it begins to taper, is carved with symbols. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian From: South Iraq, Babylon Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90840

Black diorite tablet. Culture/period: Middle Babylonian Date: 875BC-850BC From: Iraq, South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) From: Babylon (Iraq, South Iraq, Babylon) Materials: diorite Technique: carved. British Museum number: 90922

Culture/period: Middle Babylonian Date: From: Iraq, South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) From: Babylon (Iraq, South Iraq, Babylon) Materials: diorite Technique: carved.

Die babylonischen Kudurru-reliefs: Symbole mesopotamischer Gottheiten - Ursula Seidl - Abb. 8. Nr. 62 (nach New BSt. 17 Abb. 6) Fünfte gruppe = Parakanonisch. Am Westufer des Tigris, gegenüber Bagdad gefunden, 1873. In London, British Museum. BM. 90850. Kalkstein. H 91,5; Br 51; T 30,5 cm. Beschreibung: L.W. King, BSt. 24; Abbildungen: ibidem Taf. XL-XLII (Photographien der Reliefbilder); Taf. XXXI-XXXIX (der Inschrift); Bearbeitung: ibidem 25ff. (Transkription und Übersetzung). Steinmetzer…

Die babylonischen Kudurru-reliefs: Symbole mesopotamischer Gottheiten - Ursula Seidl - Abb. 8. Nr. 62 (nach New BSt. 17 Abb. 6) Fünfte gruppe = Parakanonisch. Am Westufer des Tigris, gegenüber Bagdad gefunden, 1873. In London, British Museum. BM. 90850. Kalkstein. H 91,5; Br 51; T 30,5 cm. Beschreibung: L.W. King, BSt. 24; Abbildungen: ibidem Taf. XL-XLII (Photographien der Reliefbilder); Taf. XXXI-XXXIX (der Inschrift); Bearbeitung: ibidem 25ff. (Transkription und Übersetzung). Steinmetzer…

Limestone kudurru. The text contains a deed of gift recording a grant of fifty gur of corn-land in the province of Bit-Pir’-Amurri by Meli-Shipak to Khasardu. Many symbols are carved onto the boundary-stone. Culture/period: Kassite Date: 1186BC-1172BC From: South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90829

Limestone kudurru. The text contains a deed of gift recording a grant of fifty gur of corn-land in the province of Bit-Pir’-Amurri by Meli-Shipak to Khasardu. Many symbols are carved onto the boundary-stone. Culture/period: Kassite Date: 1186BC-1172BC From: South Iraq, Abu Habba (Sippar) Materials: limestone Technique: carved British Museum number: 90829