Seal with bull design and pictogram.
A 'unicorn' seal in steatite (soapstone), which is inscribed with the mainly unread script that is only found on such seals. Animal is a bull, as they were considered to be the strongest animals. Device beneath the head is either a feeding trough or possibly a magical symbol. It is called a 'unicorn' seal because the bull's horns are in line with each other so it appears that there is only one horn. Around 2000 BC produced by the Harappan people from Mohendjodaro.
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w: 37, h: 34, d: 13