A bronze brooch/clasp depicting a snake
The roughly made clasp was seen worn on the tattered cloaks of the desert raiders. It is made from impure metal, giving it a dull brown color, and shaped to depict a snake biting the feet of a man who is in turn grabbing the tail of the snake. Rising from the bottom of the clasp and filling most of the inside circle is a cobra’s head with its hood expanded. Each snake has eye divots on the head, with the cobra’s hood having two more. These divots were empty on all the clasps except the “leader’s”, whose divots were filled with a red gem.