A horn with three anthropomorphic facial images carved on to the two flat edges. The two curved edges have a zoomorphic image carving, possibly a lizard. The pointed end of the horn has two further anthropomorphic facial images carved out. At the broad end are drilled four holes, two larger than the others and these have a metal wire looped through them. Two thirds of the way down are a further two large holes.
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