This is a polished grey stone, which was probably an offering stand. The name (and title) of "Enmahgalanna" appears and is repeated unusually with a pictogram of the moon's crescent (instead of using the pertinent cuneiform sign). Enmahgalanna was a high priest and was appointed by her brother, Amar-Seun (Amar-Sin), who was a king of Ur III. From Ur, Southern Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq. Neo-Sumerian Period, reign of Amar-Seun, circa 2043 BCE. (The British Museum, London).
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