Description: Both sides upright oval, side A lightly convex. Shape 6. Green jasper with red spots (heliotrope), intact.
A: The horse is facing to left and raises one foreleg, while trampling over a lying figure. The rider, facing to left, wears a Phrygian cap, an armour (?) and a mantle, left hand raised and holding an axe, right hand holding the bridle. In front of the rider, a snake coiling vertically upwards. Below the rider two large Latin letters: SA, around the figure a Greek inscription: θαδωναιαωσαβαω|ι → voces including Θ(εός)? (E.Zwierlein-Diehl), Ἀδωναΐ, Ἰάω, Σαβαώθ.
B: In the centre, frontal view of a female figure standing on a lion, head to left. The figure (the Greek goddess Nemesis?) is wearing a chiton and a headband, right hand raised to her mouth. Around, Greek inscription: C A L L I S T E N I K A . T . Ο BA (in ligature) STURI. 'Callistus, triumph, (son of) Tobasturus.'
Zwierlein-Diehl, AGWien III on CBd-2430
Michel, DMG, 13_1.