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Primary publication: unpublished unassigned ?
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CDLI no.: P480663
UCLA Library ARK
CDLI comments: 20150424 ut catalogue: Bulla in the form of a tag, formed about a cord, which bound merchandise or a roll of parchment. Sealed and with traces of a cord. Seal impression of Darius, the Persian king of Babylon: two stags and a centaur.
Source of original electronic files
Catalogue: 20150424 cdliadmin_buchanan
Transliteration: no atf
Translation: no translation
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Collection Information
Owner: Department of Classics, University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA
Museum no.: UT 1599-21
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Genre: Administrative
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Object type: bulla
Material: Clay
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Condition description: Clay bulla (bead-shaped ring), light pink-orange color. Smaller of two bullae, impressed with two stamp seals. 2cm.
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Provenience: Bābili (mod. Babylon)
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Period: Neo-Babylonian (ca. 626-539 BC)
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