|Object Type||Figurine / Statuette|
|Object Type (notes)||Ivory Woman|
|Size||Max. Pres. Height 0.017 m, Max. Pres. Width of abdomen 0.010 m, Max. Pres. Thickness through shoulder 0.009 m, Max. Pres. Thickness through abdomen 0.006 m|
|Condition||Restored from numerous fragments; broken at head, front of chest, front of waist and both sides of base; heavily chipped along the sides, burnt.|
|Description||Ivory standing woman in profile showing the left side; back is smooth and flat, front is rounded or three-dimensional; preserves traces of a rectangular base; the long skirt from the narrowed waist down is hemi-sherical in cross section; at the bottom in front it slopes away to the right showing traces of projecting feet; the slope of the skirt is articulated by an incised groove following the edge of the hem; the upper torso is roundish in shape and preserves the upper part of the left arm which is slightly raised and held out; on top of her left shoulder is preserved a right hand and wrist (possibly that of 19710681 or less possibly her own?); a bracelet is indicated on her upper left arm by two horizantal incised lines; the head is missing but traces of the long, wavy treses are visible down the back and in front of the chest; the chest also preserves a curved groove near the neck indicating the top of the garment|
|Fabric Description||Burnt ivory|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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