Treasures from the royal tombs of Ur

@article{Zettler2000TreasuresFT,
  title={Treasures from the royal tombs of Ur},
  author={Richard L. Zettler and Virginia Lee Horne and Donald P. Hansen and Steve Tinney and Paul Zimmerman and Holly Pittman and Jill A. Weber},
  journal={American Journal of Archaeology},
  year={2000},
  volume={104},
  pages={111}
}
Early dynastic Mesopotamia / by Richard L. Zettler -- Ur of the Chaldees / by Richard L. Zettler -- The royal tombs of Ur / by Richard L. Zettler, with a contribution by Steve Tinney -- The burials of a king and queen / by Richard L. Zettler, with a contribution by Paul Zimmerman -- Art of the royal tombs of Ur : a brief interpretation / by Donald P. Hansen -- Cylinder seals / by Holly Pittman -- Jewelry / by Holly Pittman -- Metal vessels / by Jill A. Weber and Richard L. Zettler -- Stone… 
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