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1. Statues in situ, Locus: Q42:7, Sin Temple VIII, Khafajah

Photograph, H. 13 cm; W. 18 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Kh. IV.135

2. Statues in situ, Locus D17: 9, Square Temple (Shrine II), Tell Asmar

Photograph, H. 17.9 cm; W. 12.9 cm ca. 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: As. 1092 (P. 23289)

3. Statues in situ, Khafajah

Photograph H. 17.8 cm; W. 12.8 cm, ca. 1937 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute,1930-1937 OIM: Kh. VIII. 72

4. Workroom in the Iraq Expedition House, Tell Asmar

Photograph, H. 17.9 cm; W. 13 cm January 29, 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: As. 1097

5. Interior of the Iraq Expedition House, Tell Asmar

Photograph, H. 17.9 cm; W. 13 cm January 29, 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: As. 1098 (P. 24084)

6. Group of figures from the Square Temple, Tell Asmar

Photograph by Rigmor Jacobsen H. 20.7 cm; W. 25.4 cm 1930s (?) Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: As. 1152

7. Study photograph of top half of a male figure (OIM: A12387)

Photograph, H. 25.4 cm; W. 19.8 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: P. 23421

8. Study photograph of top half of a male figure (OIM: A12387)

Photograph, H. 22.5 cm; W. 15.3 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: P. 31685

9. Study photograph of head of a male (OIM: A18018)

Photograph, H. 17.8 cm; W. 12.8 cm ca. 1935-37 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: AG. 15 P. 28091

10. Study photograph of standing female figure (OIM: A12412)

Photograph, H. 25.2 cm; W. 17 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Kh. IV 181. P. 23378

11. Study photograph of a standing female figure (OIM: A12412)

Photograph, H. 25.2 cm; W. 17 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Kh. IV 183. P. 23377

12. Study photograph of a standing male figure (OIM: A12434)

Photograph, H. 25.3 cm; W. 16 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: P. 35724

13. Study photograph of top half of a male figure (OIM: A12340)

Photograph, H. 25.3 cm; W. 18.3 cm ca. 1930-37 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Kh. IV. 193 (

14. Study photograph of a fragmented female figure (OIM: A12412)

Photograph, H. 18.8 cm; W. 25.3 cm ca. 1933-34 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Kh. IV. 206

15. Study photograph of a seated male figure (OIM: A18108)

Photograph, H. 12.7 cm; W. 18.1 cm ca. 1930-37 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: P. 21084, P. 28085

16. Reconstruction of votive figurines from Tell Asmar

Watercolor on paper by Rachel Levy H. 38.4 cm; W. 32.4 cm 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: D.017485

17. “Century of Progress” International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934

Photograph, H. 9 cm; W. 11 cm ca. 1933-34 Courtesy of the University of Illinois at Chicago UIC: COP_17_0003_00087_002

18. “Century of Progress” International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934

Photograph, H. 18.7 cm; W. 24.7 cm 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: P. 24146

19. “Century of Progress” International Exposition, Chicago, 1933-1934

Photograph, H. 18.7 cm; W. 24.7 cm 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: P. 24148

20. Postcard of the installation of Diyala figurines at the Oriental Institute, 1950–70.

Ektachrome on paper, H. 20.7 cm; W. 25.4 cm ca. 1960-70 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago Archives

21. “Sumerian Fashions and Coiffure 5000 Years Ago: Khafaje Statues”

Illustrated London News, June 9, 1934 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MMA: ANE.ILN.1

22. “Cultural Links between Babylonia and India: New Evidence Revealed at Tell Agrab; With Other Discoveries”

Illustrated London News, September 12, 1936 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MMA: ANE.ILN.3

23. “An Extraordinary Discovery of Early Sumerian Sculpture”

Illustrated London News, May 19, 1934 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. MMA: ANE.ILN.4

24. “Home of the Kings ‘Dated’ from the Flood: A Palace of 3500 b.c.”

Illustrated London News, May 9, 1925 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. MMA: ANE.ILN.7

25. “Fringed Jumper; ‘Lenglen’ Bandeau: A Sumerian Fashion of 2800 b.c.”

Illustrated London News, November 15, 1924 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MMA: ANE.ILN.8

26. “Khafaje Statuary—With a Revelatory ‘Bearded Priest’”

Illustrated London News, October 8, 1932 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MMA: ANE.ILN.10

27. Field card: head of a statue

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm December 11, 1930 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: 158

28. Field object card, Khafajah: for head of a statue

Paper H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm December 11, 1930 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 158

29. Field object card, Khafajah: head of a male figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm January 3, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 279

30. Field object card, Khafajah: headless standing female figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm March 4, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 617

31. Field object card, Khafajah: headless standing female figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm February 10, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 428

32. Field object card, Khafajah: top half of a male figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm January 3, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 280

33. Field card: head of a female figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm February 27, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: 562

34. Field object card, Khafajah: headless standing male figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm December 3, 1930 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 92

35. Field object card, Khafajah: fragment of a standing figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm December 6, 1930 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 110

36. Field object card, Khafajah: head of a male figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm February 16, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 536

37. Field object card, Khafajah: head of a female figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm March 3, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 586

38. Field object card, Khafajah: head of a female figure

Paper, H. 15.4 cm; W. 12.7 cm March 3, 1931 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago OIM: Kh. I 597

39. Field register of objects, Khafajah

Paper, H. 35.5 cm; W. 50 cm (open) November 1930–March 1932 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute Archive

40. Field register of objects, Khafajah

Paper, H. 42 cm; W. 69 cm (open) November 1931–February 1933 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute Archive

41. Field register of objects, Tell Asmar

Paper, H. 41.5 cm; W. 79 cm (open) February 1933–March 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute Archive

42. Field register of objects, Khafajah

Paper, H. 42 cm; W. 69 cm (open) February 15, 1933–March 5, 1934 Courtesy of the Oriental Institute Archive

43. Cup with Nude Hero, Bulls, and Lions

Stone, H. 15.2 cm; W. 7.9 cm Tell Agrab (Shara Temple) ca. 3000-2650 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930–1937 OIM: A17948

44. Study photograph: cup with nude hero, bulls, and lions (OIM: A17948)

Photograph, H. 13.2 cm; W. 9.4 cm ca. 1935–1937 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Ag. 11

45. Study photograph: cup with nude hero, bulls, and lions (OIM: A17948)

Photograph, H. 13 cm; W. 9.5 cm ca. 1935–1937 Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: Ag. 12

46. Cylinder Seal, with inscription to Bilalama and modern impression

Gold, Lapis Lazuli, Bronze H. 4.3 cm; Diam. 1.5 cm Eshnunna, ca. 2000 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A7468

47. Seated Male Figure Holding a Cup

Gypsum, H. 13 cm; W. 5.6 cm Tell Agrab (Shara Temple), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A18108

48. Standing Female Figure

Gypsum, H. 36.2 cm ca. 2700-2500 bce Private Collection, USA

49. Standing Male Figure

Alabaster, Shell, Lapis Lazuli H. 23 cm; W. 8 cm; D. 7 cm Khafajah (Nintu Temple), Early Dynastic II (ca. 2650-2550 bce) Khafaje Expedition Penn: 37-15-28

50. Top Half of a Male Figure

Gypsum, H. 9 cm Khafajah (Sin Temple IX), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A12387

51. Top Half of a Male Figure

Gypsum, H. 10.2 cm; W. 7.9 cm; D. 3.4 cm Khafajah (Sin Temple IX), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A12340

52. Head of a Male Figure

Gypsum, Bitumen, H. 8.8 cm; W. 6.5 cm Khafajah (Shara Temple), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A18018

53. Headless Standing Female Figure

Gypsum, H. 17 cm; W. 9.8 cm; D. 6.1 cm Khafajah (Sin Temple VII), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A12334

54. Standing Male Figure

Gypsum, Shell, Bitumen H. 47 cm; W. 17.5 cm; D. 11.5 cm Khafajah (Sin Temple IX), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A12434

55. Standing Female Figure

Gypsum, Shell, H. 36.1 cm; W. 13.5 cm; D. 7.1 cm Khafajah (Sin Temple IX), ca. 2700-2500 bce Iraq Expedition of the Oriental Institute, 1930-1937 OIM: A12412

56. Dudley Buxton on the way to Jamdat Nasr

Photograph ca. 1924-25 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Field: 58576

57. Filling trucks at the excavation, Kish

Photograph ca. 1928 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Field: 66754

58. Grave, south end of Y trench, Kish

Photograph ca. 1928 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Field: 60239

59. Hedgehog with hedgehog figurine, Kish

Photograph ca. 1928 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Field: 6019

60. Studying a burial, Kish

Photograph ca. 1928 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Field: 59632

61. Looking northeast over a Y trench, Kish

Photograph ca. 1928 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago Field: 60218

62. Illustration of a polychrome vessel from Kish

Watercolor on Paper, H. 25.4 cm; W. 21.59 cm 1929 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago

63. Illustration of a polychrome vessel from Kish

Watercolor on Paper, H. 32.38 cm; W. 24.77 cm ca. 1929 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago

64. Illustration of a polychrome vessel from Kish

Watercolor on Paper, H. 26.67 cm; W. 21.9 cm ca. 1929 Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History

65. “Early Mesopotamian Painted Pottery”

Illustrated London News, December 3, 1938 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MMA: ANE.ILN.5

66. “Relics of Sumer’s First Capital After the Flood: Discoveries at Kish. Chariots and oxen of 3500 b.c.; and a woman’s splendid jewels”

Illustrated London News, June 2, 1928 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MA: ANE.ILN.6

67. Polychrome Vessel

Baked Clay, H. 26 cm; W. 27.3 cm; Diam. 27.3 cm Jamdat Nasr, ca. 3100-2900 bce Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History Field: 158355

68. Polychrome Vessel

Baked Clay, H. 20 cm; W. 23.5 cm; Diam. 23.5 cm Jamdat Nasr, ca. 3100-2900 bce Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History Field: 158312

69. Vessel

Shell, H. 9 cm; W. 28 cm; Diam. 19 cm Kish, ca. 2900-2350 bce Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History Field Museum: 236636

70. Copper Rein Ring

Copper Alloy, H. 20.2 cm; W. 9 cm; D. 7 cm Kish East, Ingharra, ca. 2900-2700 bce Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History Field: 236528

71. Ostrich-Egg Vessel

Ostrich Egg, Bitumen, Mother-of-Pearl H. 22.5 cm; W. 11 cm; D. 11 cm Kish, ca. 2500-2350 bce Lent by the Field Museum of Natural History Field: 156986

72. Travel notebook of Leon Legrain

Paper, H. 13.4 cm; W. 16.6 cm (open) 1924-26 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

73. Excavation team and workmen, Ur

Photograph, H. 11.5 cm; W. 15.3 cm ca. 1922-35 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn Museum: 912

74. Excavation team posing at the Expedition House, Ur

Photograph, H. 11.5 cm; W. 16 cm ca. 1922-35 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn Museum: 1365

75. Leonard Woolley brushing an artifact, Ur

Photograph, H. 11.5 cm; W. 15.3 cm ca. 1925 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn Museum

76. Excavation team packing pottery into boxes, Ur

Photograph, H. 11.5 cm; W. 15.3 cm 1929 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn Museum: 1328

77. Ur Junction with unidentified travelers

Photograph, H. 11.43 cm; W. 7.62 cm ca. 1923-29 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

78. Leon Legrain working in the “Tablet Room” of the Expedition House, Ur

Photograph, H. 7.62 cm; W. 11.43 cm 1923-29 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

79. Ziggurat at Ur

Photograph, H. 7.62 cm; W. 11.43 cm ca. 1923-29 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

80. Men on donkeys traveling to Ur

Photograph, H. 7.62 cm; W. 11.43 cm ca. 1923-29 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

81. Telegram by Leonard Woolley from Basra, January 4, 1928

H. 21.7 cm; W. 20 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

82. Letter by Leonard Woolley from Ur, January 3, 1928

Paper, H. 25.7 cm; W. 20 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

83. Press Release from the Bureau of Publicity, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia

Paper H. 27.9 cm; W. 21.5 cm January 12, 1928 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

84. Letter to Mrs. McHugh at the University of Pennsylvania from Sir Frederic Kenyon at the British Museum, London

Paper, H. 24 cm; W. 19.2 cm December 15, 1928 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

85. Letter to Mrs. McHugh at the University of Pennsylvania from Sir Leonard Woolley at the British Museum

Paper, H. 23 cm; W. 17.5 cm June 1, 1928 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

86. Leonard Woolley’s request for donation for excavation at Ur

Paper, H. 23 cm; W. 17.5 cm September 1928 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

87. Ur excavation field notes

Paper, H. 38.5 cm; W. 16 cm (open) 1927-28 Courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum BM: ME Archive 630

88. Ur excavation catalogue

Paper, H. 38.5 cm; W. 16 cm (open) 1927-28 Courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum BM: ME Archive 766

89. “Exhibits from the Royal Tombs of Ur of the Chaldees”

Paper, H. 15 cm; W. 18 cm (open) 1934 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

90. Reconstruction of the scene in PG 789 just before the death of the royal retainers, by Amedée Forestier

Paper, H. 38.8; W. 56 cm; D. 4.5 cm (Framed) 1928 Courtesy of the Trustees of the British Museum BM: 2008,6047.1

91. “Queen Shub-ad’s 5000-Year-Old Golden Head- Dress: An Ur Treasure”

Illustrated London News, August 11, 1928 H. 37.5 cm; W. 26.5 cm Courtesy of the Department of Ancient Near Eastern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art MMA: ANE.ILN.2

92. “Ancient Queen Used Rouge and Lipstick”

Rochester (NY) Times, November 8, 1929 H. 12 cm; W. 7.1 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

93. “Golden Treasures from Ur”

Seattle Post Intelligencer, November 24, 1929 H. 49 cm; W. 39 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

94. “Ur of Chaldees”

Memphis (TN) Commercial Appeal, July 21, 1929 H. 60.5 cm; W. 45.5 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

95. “A Princess of 3000 b.c.”

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Sunday Magazine, September 28, 1930 H. 59.3 cm; W. 45.6 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

96. “Evidence that the Queen of Ancient Ur Was Clubbed to Death”

Washington (DC) Herald, November 25, 1928 H. 56 cm; W. 39 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

97. “Grim Tragedy of Wicked Queen Shubad’s 100 Poisoned Slaves”

Philadelphia Inquirer, May 20, 1934 H. 58.6 cm; W. 44 cm Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

98. Jewelry in situ, Ur

Photograph, H. 13.3 cm; W. 15.5 cm 1929 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn Museum: 1363

99. Early reconstruction of Puabi’s headdress by Katharine Woolley

Photograph, H. 19.2 cm; W. 14.2 cm 1930 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn: 1136A

100. Early reconstruction of Puabi’s headdress by Léon Legrain

Photograph, H. 20.5 cm; W. 15 cm 1930 Courtesy of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology Penn: 1332