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<p>Rectangular fragment of limestone sculpture, upper surface carved in relief with a crocodile head in profile, facing right. The nostrils, eyes, and teeth of the crocodile are finely modelled. Small modelled bumps between the eyes and nostrils resemble leathery skin markings. The object is broken on the left and bottom edges; the remaining two edges …</p>