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Part IV considers the short but pivotal period that saw the establishment of the Roman empire (31 BCE–98 CE). Imperial women play a prominent role in the visual and historical evidence of this period, while the literary sources often focus on non-elite women. As elsewhere, we aimed in this part to include women outside the capital city and to chart these women’s changing representations. Part V tracks the changes throughout the developing Roman empire, up to its transition to Christianity. Evidence from this period demonstrates both a re-emergence of local traditions and a new hybridizing of cultures throughout the Roman empire.
Most women, some of whom were musicians, were bedecked in a predominantly gold and lapis lazuli adornment set, which entailed a leafy headdress, 16 Women Outside Athens and Rome earrings, a beaded necklace, and garment pins. Puabi’s adornment, detailed above, represents an exceptionally elaborate version of this jewelry set since it belonged to a queen. Several unique ornaments supplemented her costume as well. Puabi and the other primary male and female occupants of the Royal Tombs probably led or belonged to Ur’s ruling household—masculine names inscribed on some seals from the tombs correspond to those included in Sumerian king lists (Reade 2001: 17–24).
In order to function as effective instruments of state ideology, Puabi and Enheduanna would have had to have been publicly recognized at least locally if not regionally. Both women also exemplified conceptions of fecundity that contributed to the coalescence of early Mesopotamian civilization. Tomb 45 at Ashur, c. 1350–1200 BCE The site of Ashur (modern Qal’at Sherqat) sits on a plateau overlooking the Tigris River in northern Iraq about sixty miles (110 kilometers) south of modern Mosul and roughly 350 miles (563 kilometers) north of Ur.