By Parvine H. Merrillees
This quantity of the "Catalogue of the Western Asiatic Seals within the British Museum" offers a list of the impressions of close to japanese stamp seals on cuneiform pills and clay bullae, in addition to on jar handles from Palestine, within the collections of the British Museum. the cloth is gifted in chronological association, yet a typological association is in part supplied within the Pictorial Typological Index. the amount is supplemented with an Index of topics in response to the descriptions within the Catalogue.
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Xxx]. 81–2–1. Purchased from Spartali (see Sp above). Mainly from Babylonia. [Reade, Catalogue, VI, p. xv]. 81–2–4. Excavated for Hormuzd Rassam. Mainly from Assyria. [Reade, Catalogue, VI, p. xxx]. ) by the impressions of Shabako’s seal, no. C. Bezold, Catalogue, IV, pp. 1755–94. 81–4–28. Excavated for Hormuzd Rassam. From Babylon and Birs Nimrud (Borsippa), and a few pieces from Abù Habba˙ (Sippar). [Reade, Catalogue, VI, pp. xxx–xxxi; Walker, Dèr, III, p. 95]. 81–6–25. Purchased from Spartali (see Sp above).
4 [Il y a trois exemplaires de ce sceau] Rylands, TSBA 7 (1882), pl. 6 , 7 , 8  [= Wright, Empire, pl. 6–8] Pinches, KG, p. 179 no. 67 Ball, Light from the East, p. 146 Messerschmidt, MVAG 4–5 (1900) [CIH], pp. 38–9, pl. 7 , 8 , 9  Bossert, Altanatolien, nos 976 , 978 , 980  Hawkins, Corpus, I, 2, pp. 581–582; pl. I, 3, pl. 332, no. 1 , 2 , 3  a b c 16. 84588 (51–9–2,107). Bulla, uninscribed, from Kuyunjik. [See no.
123–338; Walker, Catalogue, VIII, pp. xiv–xvii]. Includes 82 Late Babylonian tablets [listed Walker, p. xvii], a few from Abù Habba˙, but probably almost all from Babylon [Walker, p. xvi]. Leichty, Catalogue, VIII, pp. 141–172. Purchased by E. A. W. Budge during his third mission on behalf of the Museum in 1888–89. From Kuyunjik, Abù Habba˙ (Sippar), Tell ed-Dèr, and possibly Birs Nimrud (Borsippa) and sites in the Diyala region. [Budge, By Nile and Tigris, I, p. 341– II, p. 139; Walker, Catalogue, VIII, pp.