A finely executed alabaster seal amulet, naturalistically styled in the form of a recumbent bovid. It features typical aesthetic traces that are distinctive of the Jemdat Nasr period (circa 3300-2900 BC). The bovid is engraved from a single piece of alabaster with a smooth body outline, portrayed in an elegant recumbent pose. Its head is depicted in a triangular shape, on which its ears and nose are sculpted in detail. Its two round eyes are hollowed, suggesting inlays of precious or semi-precious stones might have been embedded, a typical fashion employed in the Jemdat Nasr period. On the bottom, two zoomorphic representations, conveyed in an abstract glyptic manner are arranged in a vertical pictorial composition.