EIGHT NEO-SUMERIAN AND OLD BABYLONIAN CYLINDER SEALS CIRCA 2100-1600 B.C.


TWELVE NEO-SUMERIAN AND OLD BABYLONIAN CYLINDER SEALS CIRCA 2100-1600 B.C. Including one of dark stone with worshipper being led towards a divinity; one of black serpentine with a worshipper being led towards a seated divinity, star and eagle in the field; one of cream stone with contest scene, two heroes, a lion between; one of green serpentine with two figures a lion between; one of green serpentine with standing figures, all Neo-Sumerian, circa 2100-2000 B.C.; one of cream stone with worshipper and seated divinity, with cuneiform inscription; one of green serpentine with worshippers; another of haematite with king holding a mace facing a divinity; another of haematite with king facing a divinity, with cuneiform inscription reading: 'Ninshubur, faithful vizer of Anu, who holds the pure sceptre'; and one of mottled black and white stone with standing figure with hat, with cuneiform inscription reading: 'Sin-Iqisham, Son of Awil-Marduk, Servant of Sin and Amurru', all Old Babylonian, circa 2000-1600 B.C. 1 3/8 in. (3.5 cm.) high. max. (12)

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