|Photo Type||Cataloged Artifact|
|Description||Ivory plaque, rectangular in cross section, preserving both lateral edges, apparently part of long rectagular plaque, smooth on the back and on the edges, with incised decoration on the front; decoration consisits of two horizontal grooves running parallel and 0.001 m from each edge; between the grooves there is a stylized lotus pattern, alternating with tops up or down and connected by curved lines. This fragment preserves traces of a round hole in the middle of one lotus, presumably the place of attachment.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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