Two views of a serpent-like figure made from an iron rod. The "head" of the direct metal sculpture resembles a triangular-tipped iron projectile point, similar to those found on the same site during the same time period. The body is formed by undulating S-shaped loops which are stacked atop one another to form the "tail." Kuulo Kataa, Mound 118, Unit 62W 4N, Level 1. Scale in cm. Length: 8.4 cm. 39.6 g. Kuulo Kataa, 15 June, 1995.
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Kuulo Kataa, Mound 118, Unit 62W 4N, Level 1
Direct metal sculpture; Archaeology; Snakes; Iron; Projectile point; Artifacts (Antiquities)