Ure Museum Database

There are 14 objects for which Shape_description contains → arms
14.9.118 Mouldmade female with flat back and stumplike arms. 2008.99.0026.jpg
22.9.1 Pappas figurine consisting of a rectangular body, ovoid in cross-section, flaring at the base, with a concave resting surface. At the top of the body or trunk, two rudimentary 'arms' extend in triangular forms that terminate in rounded stumps; above, the neck rises in a cylinder from which (on the front) extends a protrusion that suggests a nose, above which is a flat piece of clay coiled back on itself, resting against a widening cylindrical 'polos' crown, which is concave at the top. 2004.08.0002.jpg
23.11.31KK Male facing left, playing pipes. Wearing only a short cloak, which is wound about the shoulders and draped to fall forward over both arms. The left hand holds the pipes to the lips, and the right hand is clenched to grip an incomplete object. 2003.96.0036.jpg
23.11.31RR Female figure facing left with arms held away from the sides of the body. Wearing a headdress and a long garment marked across at the chest, waist, and hem levels. 2005.06.0116.jpg
26.7.3 Pappas standing figurine, with arms outstretched, wearing low polos. 2002.97.0384.jpg
34.10.16 Pappas figurine with polos and beak-like face. Solid, hand-made, with triangular arms and flat back; concave resting surface. 2005.05.0059.jpg
47.2.27 Cylindrical figure of a warrior. Pointed helmet, moulded face with long beard. Arms across chest, right carries shield, may have also held a spear, although now damaged. 2009.99.0109.jpg
47.2.28 Cylindrical, wheelmade figurine with mouldmade face and handmade arms. Holds quadruped, possibly kid, goat or sheep, with distinctive pellet eye. 2008.99.0007.jpg
47.2.29 Female tambourine player, with wheelmade body, moulded face and handmade arms. Facial features well preserved. Right hand plays tambourine and is placed higher than left. 2008.99.0004.jpg
47.2.30 Cylindrical, wheelmade with moulded head and handmade arms. Holds offering (bird?) in arms, although damaged so identification uncertain. 2010.99.0188.jpg
47.2.31 Standing female holding tambourine. Cylindrical, wheelmade body, mouldmade face and handmade arms. 2008.99.0146.jpg
47.2.32 Standing, mouldmade figurine, playing tambourine with slightly round back. Cylindrincal filled body, pointed headdress and moulded arms, placed across body. 2008.03.0015.jpg
E.23.34 Seated figurine of Horus on a solid square base. Horus' two arms run parallel to the thighs and the feet; his plaited side lock over his right shoulder denotes childhood. The base has a short nodule attached to the back of it. 2008.08.0072.jpg
REDMG:1953.25.103 Moulded female figurine with extended arms, wearing headdress. Flat, roughly worked back. Arm position suggests she may have been a singer, forming parts of a ring and is now broken from her base. 2007.12.0056.jpg
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