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Burney relief/ Queen of the Night (Draft) 3D Model
A draft model of the Burney relief, which needs some work to finish off. Created by Daniel Pett from 289 photographs (Nikon D5100/ OnePlus3).
Rectangular, fired clay relief panel; modelled in relief on the front depicting a nude female figure with tapering feathered wings and talons, standing with her legs together; shown full frontal, wearing a headdress consisting of four pairs of horns topped by a disc; wearing an elaborate necklace and bracelets on each wrist; holding her hands to the level of her shoulders with a rod and ring in each; figure supported by a pair of addorsed lions above a scale-pattern representing mountains or hilly ground, and flanked by a pair of standing owls; fired clay, heavily tempered with chaff or other organic matter; highlighted with red and black pigment and possibly white gypsum; flat back; repaired.
Old Babylonian; 19thC BC-18thC BC
Height: 49.5 centimetres Width: 37 centimetres Thickness: 4.8 centimetres