The engraved limestone block has a figure of an upright bovid, in profile, depicted with forceful markings characterized by naturalism, schematic but not of poor quality, simple but not rigid. It is an important example of the “Mediterranean style.”
The engraving does not seem directly related to the other faint markings inside and outside of the profile. On the belly above the foreleg the suggestion of a zoomorphic profile is very questionable. The style is more rigid compared to that of the engravings, which may indicate a more recent chronology with respect to them, within the final Epigravettian.
(figure lenght cm 22)
strato 3 taglio 5: 11.180±120 bp non cal.
n. 33 (da Graziosi 1962)