J3.14

File: /MZ/A/J03/D/I/0014.HTM
Processed on 07-13-2016
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Labeling/Designation
Best image
Best Image 2008-1-22jw
L_V19d7286 J3i14 Qx08 dM f252 si.jpg

Description/Count
Description 2006-10-4fAB This object has three rollings of the same seal. None of the sealings are complete. On the reverse there is a good impression of the object sealed. This object had a curled rim and a convex surface. The object may be a bottle, but the convex surface would indicate a very small vessel. [Input file: QX04FAB.J / QX04FAB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB has three rollings of the same seal. None of the sealings are complete. On the reverse there is a good impression of the object sealed. This object had a curled rim and a convex surface. The object may be a bottle, but the convex surface would indicate a very small vessel. [Input file: QZ23GB.J / QZ23GB.-J]

Field Record
Field: definition 2006-8-20bL si [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]
Field: height 2006-8-20bL 4.5 [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]
Field: length 2006-8-20bL 5 [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]
Field: ware/material 2006-8-20bL cl [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]
Field: shape 2006-8-20bL dark grey [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]
Field: color 2006-8-20bL three si, 15.1, 15.2, 15.3 [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]

Volumetric localization
Locus 2006-8-20bL k23 [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]
Relays 2006-9-11bL 2143 (41722 48737 - 9233 / Relay location: center) [Input file: QX06EI2R.J / QX06EI2R.-J]

Contact association
Type of contact: Earliest events 2006-8-20bL i14 sits in f252 (installation) [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]

Spatial aggregation
Nature 2006-8-20bL associated q-lot: 323 [Input file: QX11BL.J / QX11BL.-J]

Descriptive
Iconographic Description 2006-10-4fAB The bottom impression has only a very small portion preserved. This seems to be the arm of the figure from the middle impression, the top of the second and third elements of that rolling, and the shaft of the standard. [Input file: QX04FAB.J / QX04FAB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB The middle impression is the most complete, with four elements of the scene visible. The top and bottom borders of the seal are not visible. First, a standard with a long shaft is present. This standard has a partial circle which is not entirely preserved because of the portion of the rolling. Inside the circle is a cross-hatch pattern with three vertical spars and an unknown number of horizontal ones. The second and third elements are two vertical pieces parallel to the shaft of the standard. These elements are between the standard and the figure, the fourth element. They are otherwise not to be identified. The fourth element is a figure, of which an arm, shoulder, waist and a leg are visible. The figure is holding the standard with one arm. The figure seems to be en face. [Input file: QX04FAB.J / QX04FAB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB The top most impression has five elements, here described from right to left. These figures are only partially preserved, since the bottom border of the seal is present but only aproximately half of the vertical portion of the seal is preserved. The first element is a pair of legs, not much more than the feet of a figure facing left. The second element is a vertical piece which does not rest on the bottom border of the seal. The third element is a second pair of legs and the waist of a figure facing left. The fourth element is another vertical piece. The fifth element is just a stub which is not further defineable. [Input file: QX04FAB.J / QX04FAB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB The bottom impression has only a very small portion preserved. This seems to be the arm of the figure from the middle impression, the top of the second and third elements of that rolling, and the shaft of the standard. [Input file: QZ23GB.J / QZ23GB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB The middle impression is the most complete, with four elements of the scene visible. The top and bottom borders of the seal are not visible. First, a standard with a long shaft is present. This standard has a partial circle which is not entirely preserved because of the portion of the rolling. Inside the circle is a cross-hatch pattern with three vertical spars and an unknown number of horizontal ones. The second and third elements are two vertical pieces parallel to the shaft of the standard. These elements are between the standard and the figure, the fourth element. They are otherwise not to be identified. The fourth element is a figure, of which an arm, shoulder, waist and a leg are visible. The figure is holding the standard with one arm. The figure seems to be en face. [Input file: QZ23GB.J / QZ23GB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB The top most impression has five elements, here described from right to left. These figures are only partially preserved, since the bottom border of the seal is present but only approximately half of the vertical portion of the seal is preserved. The first element is a pair of legs, not much more than the feet of a figure facing left. The second element is a vertical piece which does not rest on the bottom border of the seal. The third element is a second pair of legs and the waist of a figure facing left. The fourth element is another vertical piece. The fifth element is just a stub which is not further definable. [Input file: QZ23GB.J / QZ23GB.-J]
Notes on typology 2006-10-4fAB For other seal impression see J3.19 [Input file: QX04FAB.J / QX04FAB.-J]

Function
M99.NFunct 2006-10-4fAB It seems that this object may have the rollings of two different seals. The middle and lower seal impressions are made from the same seal, while the upper impression seems to be made from a second seal. First, the proportions of the figures seem to be different between the seals. Second, while it is difficult to discern, the seal that made the middle and lower impressions seem to portray the figures en face, while the upper impression has the figures facing left. However, the impressions are only partial, and the secondary firing or rolling may have changed the proportions. [Input file: QX04FAB.J / QX04FAB.-J]
2006-10-4fAB It seems that this object may have the rollings of two different seals. The mid-dle and lower seal impressions are made from the same seal, while the upper impression seems to be made from a second seal. First, the proportions of the figures seem to be dif-ferent between the seals. Second, while it is difficult to discern, the seal that made the middle and lower impressions seem to portray the figures en face, while the upper im-pression has the figures facing left. However, the impressions are only partial, and the secondary firing or rolling may have changed the proportions. [Input file: QZ23GB.J / QZ23GB.-J]

Analogical record
Photo of constituent

L_V19d7253

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7254

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7255

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7256

Qx04 dM
Photo of constituent

L_V19d7257

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7258

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7253

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7254

Qx04 dM
Photo of constituent

L_V19d7255

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7256

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7257

Qx04 dM

L_V19d7258

Qx04 dM
Photo of constituent

L_V19d2810

Qx07 dM

L_V19d2810

Qx07 dM

L_V19d7285

Qx08 dM

L_V19d7286

Qx08 dM
Photo of constituent

L_V19d7285

Qx08 dM

L_V19d7286

Qx08 dM

L_V20d2501

R818 cJC

L_V20d2502

R818 cJC
Photo of constituent

L_V20d2503

R818 cJC

L_V20d2501

R818 cJC

L_V20d2502

R818 cJC

L_V20d2503

R818 cJC
Drawing of constituent

L_W20e1104

Rx28 kF

L_W19d1316

X129 kF
Reference to Plot 2007-3-21jW p0017 [Input file: R321JW3.J / R321JW3.-J]
2007-3-21jW p0031 [Input file: R321JW3.J / R321JW3.-J]

Disposition
Storage 2007-8-15eI to the museum [Input file: R815EI.J / R815EI.-J]