Sigill. Aram. IV

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This sealing differs from the others as it was not produced by the long cylinder seal of Arshama, but by a stamp seal with an oval convex base. The motif is now difficult to read but is clearly an abstract image, of a type well known in Mesopotamia. The sealing probably accompanied one of the letters addressed to Nakhthor from someone other than his lord Arshama.



 

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