ALL DRESSED UP. Representing either a queen or a goddess, this statuette from Ebla wears a gold dress (zara-T.) and a wig. The dress consists of a heavy mantle with decorative rows of woolen tufts (known as kaunakes) and openings in the front for the arms. She has bare feet and holds a goblet of jasper in her right hand. The statuette measures 3 inches in height.