Description: Both sides upright oval and flat. Shape 8–9. Haematite. Edge chipped at the top.
Preserved at the Rijksmuseum van Oudheden at Leiden since 1831. Acquired from Mr. Humbert and possibly found in Egypt.
A: Frontal view of a cock-headed Anguipes in armour, head to right. Whip held high in the right hand, shield in the left hand, which is decorated with two lines of characteres. Inscription in four lines, on the left side of the figure: ια|ηιεηι| ουωη|ιωη → vocales. Below the figure, chraracteres and letters in three lines.
B: Greek inscription in one line: οσπεσ → unidentified vox (or Latin: hospes?).