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Standing male worshiper

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Gypsum alabaster shell black limestone bitumen, Early Dynastic I-II, Sumerian
Rights: Public Domain
Ancient Near Eastern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York NY, Fletcher Fund 1940
Title: Standing male worshiper
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Gypsum alabaster shell black limestone bitumen, Early Dynastic I-II, Sumerian.

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