Chaplet from Tomb at Ur

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by Metropolitan Museum of Art
published on 20 June 2014

2900-2350 BCE. Chaplet that decorated the forehead of the one of the king's attendants, who would have been buried with the king. Found in cemetery at Ur by Sir Leonard Woolley, 1920-1930 CE. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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