A: On both sides: two bows shaped as snakes facing downwards. Between them: two snake-entwined staves, the snakes facing each other. In the centre: two eight-ponted stars and two vessels (?). B: Two snakes frame the gem on the edges. At the top, between the snakes' heads: a bird (?), to right; the bust of Helios with three rays, to right; a dove with a ribbon (?); the bust of Selene, to left, crowned with the crescent; a winged lizard. The central register represents the Danubian riders, crowned, nude, facing each other, hands raised in greeting, their horses each trampling a nude figure lying face up on the ground. Between the riders, a figure kneeling on a pedestal (?) with both arms raised, wearing a kilt. There are two eight-pointed stars above the kneeling figure, and one eight-pointed star below the front leg of the horse on the left. Behind the riders, two figures on each side with spears. The lowermost register part of the gem: a dog standing in profile to left, two vessels (?) and a key (?).