Dark stone amulet of a deity, likely Thoth. The god has a human body and an animal head. He stands with his left leg forward and his arms are at his sides. There is a back pillar. The face of the god is broken away hindering certain identification. The amulet was boken in half and is mended. There is no hole for stringing.
Pendant carved of pink, fine-grained stone. Two fish, joined at their stomachs. Smooth with gills, fins, stomach line incised. Eyes drilled out. Carved loop at the heads, pierced horizontally for suspension, Part of tails broken away.
British Museum/University Museum Expedition to Ur, Iraq, 1931