THE PROPERTY OF DANIEL M. FRIEDENBERG
THREE OLD BABYLONIAN TERRACOTTA PLAQUES
Circa 1900-1750 B.C.
Including one with a bearded figure wearing a horned tiara and a long robe, with cow ears, a twisted lock of hair falling along each shoulder, with his left arm held at his waist; one with two figures each wearing a long flounced skirt and a high conical headdress, holding a tree of life between them; and one with a bearded figure in profile to the right, wearing a horned tiara and a long robe open at the front revealing one leg, carrying implements in his arms, an inscription partially preserved to the right
5½ in. (14 cm) high for the first (3)