A small sub-square disc with a through-hole in the center. On the front side, it is covered with eighteen parallel wavy lines. On the back, it is covered with dendrites.
The lower part is represented by a straight line of spall, the second line runs parallel to the first one - it is a crack of natural origin. Zigzag ornament goes from the first line. The lines are probably made with a burin. Spalling marks are visible on one edge. The central hole was drilled from the concave part and completed almost doubled in the curved side.
Use-wear traces are not found.
Length - 52.86 mm
Width - 45.79 mm
Thickness - 3.80-4.30 mm
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