By Parvine H. Merrillees
This quantity of the "Catalogue of the Western Asiatic Seals within the British Museum" offers a listing of the impressions of close to jap stamp seals on cuneiform capsules and clay bullae, in addition to on jar handles from Palestine, within the collections of the British Museum. the fabric is gifted in chronological association, yet a typological association is partly supplied within the Pictorial Typological Index. the quantity is supplemented with an Index of topics in keeping with the descriptions within the Catalogue.
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49, and p. 40 [photo] Herbordt, Glyptic, p. 126 no. 5 Millard, Eponyms, p. C. 10. 391. Inscribed bulla, from Kuyunjik. )/-/A““ur-bàni. King to right stabbing rampant lion (Royal seal). Layard, N&B, p. 154; NuB, pl. A–B Smith, AEC, p. 85 Johns, ADD, II, no. 765; IV, p. 209 Sachs, Iraq 15 (1953), p. 169 no. 8, pl. 5 Postgate, TCAE, p. 20 no. 4. Fales and Postgate, SAA 11, no. 69 Herbordt, Glyptic, p. 124 no. 37 Millard, Eponyms, p. C. 11. 427. Tablet, contract, from Kuyunjik. 15/-/Mannu-kì-A““ur-lè"i.
I, 3, pl. 332, no. 5 Cf. Laroche, Hiéroglyphes Hittites, no. 199 18. 84591 (51–9–2,110). Bulla, uninscribed, from Kuyunjik. [See no. 14 above] Standing ﬁgure to left, facing Hittite hieroglyphic (pictographic Luwian) inscription: [x]-tonitrus)x? (Hawkins). Layard, Monuments, II, pl. 24 Lenormant, Rev. Arch. 26 (1873), p. 230 no. 3 Rylands, TSBA 7 (1882), pl. 3 [= Wright, Empire, pl.
32 Newberry, Scarabs (1908), p. 187 no. 7; pl. 7 Hall, Catalogue of Egyptian Scarabs, I (1913), nos 2775–6 [84884, 83527] Olmstead, History of Assyria (1923), p. 309 [implies from a papyrus treaty] Honor, Sennacherib’s Invasion (1926), pp. 12, 30 n. 56 Tadmor, JCS 12 (1958), p. 84 and n. 52 Porter and Moss, Bibliography, VII, p. 397 Giveon, Scarabs from Western Asia, pp. 166–8 Kuyunjik no. 4 [84884, 83527; with photograph and drawing] Herbordt, Glyptic, pp. 1 [impression a], p. 112, pl. 24 [impression d], pl.