One of Woolley's most significant finds was the excavation of the unplundered
chamber of Queen Pu-Abi's tomb. Alongside the queen, which was laid out
on a bier, the bodies of two of her personal attendants (and the skull fragments
of possibly a third) were found. The contents of this structure are all
in the possession of the University
of Pennsylvania Museum, where many are on permanent display. Two of
these objects are Pu-Abi's headdress and her cylinder seal.
Tomb Chamber of RT 800
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