Cornelian seal bezel; engraved scene shows man riding a one-humped camel to the right and holding an object in his right hand, which has been variously identified as a whip, camel-stick, torch or city-emblem; the figure wears an Arab-style "keffiyeh" headdress (or has long hair), and grasps the camel-halter with his left hand; single South Arabian letter or symbol behind; plain reverse where originally set into a finger-ring or similar.
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