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Sculptures- Stone

Stone figurines from Tell es-Sawwan, beginning of the 6th millennium B.C.

Stone figurines from Tell es-Sawwan, beginning of the 6th millennium B.C.

© Iraq Museum
Stone Sumerian statue, about 2400 B.C. (IM 55204)

Stone Sumerian statue, about 2400 B.C. (IM 55204)

© Iraq Museum
Sumerian alabaster statue from Ur, about 2400 B.C., Iraq Museum

Sumerian alabaster statue from Ur, about 2400 B.C., Iraq Museum

© Photo Scala, Florence
Stone statue from Hatra, 2nd century A.D. (IM 58084), Iraq Museum

Stone statue from Hatra, 2nd century A.D. (IM 58084), Iraq Museum

© Photo Scala, Florence

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Material
Stone
Type
Sculptures
Details
Dark or white stone sculptures. The most common types of figures are : | -Standing figurines in white stone (or marble), 10-15 cm tall. | -Under-life-size standing or seated figures with folded hands, ranging from about 15 to 60 cm high (sometimes lifesize). | -Figures in provincial or oriental Roman style from Hatra, especially heads.
Red List
Emergency Red List of Iraqi Antiquities at Risk
Countries
Iraq
Period
Pre-Islamic