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Firuzabad. Pahlavi inscription of Mihrnarseh. Negative no. 1977. Ernst Herzfeld papers, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery Archives.

This category contains squeezes that could not be identified further than language and script. The contents include the Abdadana Tablet, wooden doors, stone panels, metal trays and other unidentified figures, inscriptions, and architecture reliefs.


Akkadian | Arabic | Unidentified

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C_059b Squeeze of Cuneiform Inscription on Unidentified Tablet

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C_059c Squeeze of Cuneiform Inscription on Unidentified Tablet

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A_45 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_46 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_47 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_48 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_49 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_50 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_51 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_52 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_53 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription

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A_54 Squeeze of Unidentified Inscription
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