The Great Fatted Bull
Introduction
Tablet #36
Translation
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Transliteration
Sumerian Images
Sumerian History
The Royal Tombs of Ur
Exploration
Lyres
Vessels
Jewelry
Miscellaneous
Weapons
The Standard of Ur:  War
The Standard of Ur:  King
The "Standard" of Ur?
Eannatum
Vulture Stele Translation
Sumerian War Chariots
War Chariot Deconstructed
Gudea Translation
The Face of Gudea
The Face of Ur-Ningirsu
The Face of Lugal-agrig-zi
Ur-Namma Translation
The Face of Ur-Namma
Face of Ur-Namma, part II
I am Ur-Namma
The Face of Shulgi
Who Were the Sumerians?
Other Sumerian Kings
The Princess Wife
The Great Fatted Jackass
Sargon's Victory Stele
Helmet: the King of Kish
The Standard of Mari?
The Invention of Writing
Adventures in Cuneiform
The Sumerian Scribe
A Masterpiece
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Pu-abi's Headdress, three-quarter view. These pictures are from the UPenn Museum.
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Pu-abi, frontal view.


Pu-abi, profile.  See Pu-abi's cape additionally enlarged.


Headdress, front. It was worn on top of her wig. The wig is a symbol of rank.


The flower wreath of Pu-abi's headdress.


Pu-abi's choker necklace.  See an enlargement of the choker.


The pendant on the necklace.



   
  

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