[D] category – Wraiths

Wraiths

The next category [D] is called wraiths. Formerly some guldgubber of this group were called dancers by Magrethe Watt, but a closer look at the details of this group makes another explanation more plausible. They have big eyes and seldom any facial distinctions. They are always naked yet nevertheless have no gender specifications. They have exaggerated hands. Attributes of the wraiths are: a staff and in the case of one imprint a necklace. Sometimes a gold collar made of a piece of gold was wrapped around the guldgubber after stamping.

There are seven divisions of the category [D]. In the first [D-I] all wraiths have their arms and legs with feet pointing downward.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with arms pointing downwards.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with arms pointing downwards. [D-I-1]

In subcategory [D-II] they touch their breast.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with arms at the breast

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with arms at the breast [D-II-5]

Subcategory [D-III] contains guldgubber where the anthropomorphic being is folding its arms.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with folded arms

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with folded arms [D-III-1]

Subcategory [D-IV] shows guldgubber where the being is holding its hand up to its mouth.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with his hand in front of its mouth

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with his hand in front of its mouth [D-IV-1]

In subcategory [D-V] all of the beings shown have no or cut arms.

Cut out guldgubber of a wraith

Cut out guldgubber of a wraith [D-V-1]

Subcategory [D-VI] consists of guldgubber where the being has raised arms.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with its arms pointing upwards

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with its arms pointing upwards [D-VI-1]

The last subcategory [D-VII] shows staff bearing wraiths.

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with a staff

Guldgubber depicting a wraith with a staff [D-VII-1]