Figurine of a standing woman


  • Catalogue text

    Handmodelled; baked; buff core with cream slip; broken and repaired across the neck; columnar with concave base to allow it to stand; all details in applied clay; prominent fan-shaped hairstyle with applied ornament of strips and pellets; pinched nose and applied double pellet eyes; neither the mouth nor the ears depicted; double necklace with applied pellets; arms akimbo with an applied pair of bracelets on each arm; hands touching across breasts.

    In: Moorey, P. R. S., Ancient Near Eastern Terracottas (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2005)

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Further reading

Moorey, P. R. S., Cemeteries of the First Millennium B.C. at Deve Hüyük, near Carchemish, Salvaged by T. E. Lawrence and C. L. Woolley in 1913: With a Catalogue Raisonné of the Objects in Berlin, Cambridge, Liverpool, London and Oxford, British Archaeological Reports International Series, 87 (Oxford: B.A.R, 1980), 566

Moorey, P. R. S., Ancient Near Eastern Terracottas (Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 2005), 362, p.229, illus. p.229

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