Temple Graffiti: Symbols

Graffito T49. Symbol

Graffito T49

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This symbol appears immediately to the right of the image of a horned altar (graffito T27), which is in turn associated with a possible human figure (graffito T7) to the left. The base of the graffito is a square shape, possibly with legs — as if it were furniture — and it is topped by a triangle. Its meaning is unclear, but it appears to be deliberately grouped with the altar.

  • Kurru ID number: 572
  • Location: Column A03-3:9, east face
  • Dimensions (H × W): 18 × 16 cm