A photo scale has been placed next to a partial elephant ivory tusk, which rests insitu against an anvil stone (GS 09-32) in an area (mound 6) that archaeologists interpret as a metallurgical workshop. Several smaller stones surround the cluster. This group of objects was found adjacent to and at approximately the same depth as a series of other artifact clusters (A-D) that archaeologists interpret as a large shrine feature which capped stratified deposits associated with metalworking activities. The tusk was friable and poorly preserved, but had visible Schreger Lines diagnostic of elephant ivory. Photo scale marked in 5 cm increments. North is top of photo. Site Ngre Kataa. 10 June 2009.