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⌕: Sippar 

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Sumer 2900 BC - 2124 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia
Gypsum statue of a male figure; only the head is preserved; carved with deeply recessed eye sockets and eyebrows, all originally inlaid, and a shallow recessed area corresponding to the beard which was originally overlaid; the eye sockets still contain extensive traces of bitumen.(BM). Abu Habba (Sippar) Category: SculptureMaterial: Gypsum, BitumenDimensions: H 11 cm W 8 cm D 10.5 cmLocation: SipparAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Reference: 91877Collection: N/A
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Akkadian Empire 2270 BC - 2083 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia
Mace head; carved fromf pink marble; perforated, polished and incised with votive inscription of Shar-kali-sharri to Shamash at Sippar.(BM) From Abu Habba Category: SculptureMaterial: MarbleAttribution: British Museum Licence: CC BY-NC-SA 4.0[🡭]Image note: Background croppedCollection: The British Museum
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Babylonia 1025 BC - 855 BC Ancient+Mesopotamia
Late Babylonian; inscription of Shamash-shum-ukin; bilingual, Sumerian and Akkadian Category: WritingLocation: SipparAttribution: Licence: [🡭]Collection: N/A
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