Description: Side A upright oval and flat, side B probably lenticular. Shape 3. Green jasper with red spots (heliotrope), damaged at the lower edge of side A. Set in a modern, gilded silver ring.
Already at the Museum in 1806.
A: Frontal view of a cock-headed Anguipes in armour, head to rigth. Both legs curling to the left side of the figure. Whip held high in the right hand, left hand holding an oval shield with characteres, seen as if supported by the snake's legs. Greek inscription to the left of the figure, from top to bottom: ιαηιεηιουωηι[- -] → vocales.
Zwierlein-Diehl, AGWien III on CBd-2483
Michel, DMG, 3.A.4.b_6.