Description: Transverse oval, both faces slightly convex. Shape 4–5. Black stone. Chipped on side A at the right foot of the Anguipes, a small part of the stone broken off and missing, resulting in a lacuna on both sides.
A: On the left: frontal view of a cock-headed Anguipes in armour, head to right. Right hand raised high, left hand holding a round shield, antilabe visible. Inscription below the snake-legs: ιαω → Ἰάω. On the right: two animal-headed figures in armour (?), with raised hands, facing each other; between them: character; above the heads: pair of characteres. Around: ωσπροκειτα[.] → ὡς πρόκειτα[ι]. 'As it is prescribed.'
B: Greek inscription in three lines: δε (on the two sides: crescents open to top and six-pointed stars) |[- -]ιχαησ| [- -]νω (crescent open to top, six-pointed star). Before ν, traces of a letter (υ or χ) → unidentified vox.
Mentioned in Nagy 2004.
Michel, DMG, 3.A.3.h_12