Early monuments in Gulf stone at the British Museum, with observations on some Gudea statues and the location of Agade

@inproceedings{Reade2002EarlyMI,
  title={Early monuments in Gulf stone at the British Museum, with observations on some Gudea statues and the location of Agade},
  author={Julian Edgeworth Reade},
  year={2002}
}
The British Museum (Department of the Ancient Near East) holds many fragments from Mesopotamian statues and memorial stelas made of dark stone, mostly dating from the late third millennium BC. They are catalogued here, with references to related documentation which suggests that Agade may have been located on the Tigris near Qadisiyah and which throws additional light on statues reputedly found at Telloh in the 1920s. An accompanying paper by Dr Karen Leslie discusses the identification of the… 
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