Seal depicting a deity with horned headdress and bangles on both arms, standing in a pipal (sacred fig) tree and looking down on a kneeling worshiper. A human head rests on a small stool.
Ram figurines and motifs in the ancient Indus civilization.
A small faience ram amulet recovered from the fill associated with the southwestern edge of the "granary" platform. (Trench 41SW, H97-3434/7650-01, Length = 21.8 mm)
Ram figurines are identified by their large curled horns. Some have incised horns and/or muzzles like the water buffalo figurines and are only distinguished by the curvature of the horns. Approximate height (length): 6.0 cm.
The ram figurines are also sometimes decorated with black stripes and patterns. Some may be painted black. Occasionally, incised "wool" is depicted on the bodies of sheep figurines. Approximate dimensions (W x H(L) x D): 3.3 x 6.6 x 6.3 cm.
Terra cotta ram figurine from Harappa. Such figurines may represent sacrificial animals used in specific annual rituals. Harappa Archaeological Research Project.