Four male figurines with horned headdresses from Harappa 30

Male figurines are sometimes also identified by secondary sex characteristics such as beards. Occasionally, male figurines wear a headdress with two upward and/or outward projections like horns. Similar figures with horned headdresses are found in the iconography of seals, tablets, and pottery. It is possible that these represent composite figures with anthropomorphic and animal attributes or the appropriation of animal attributes in the form of a headdress.

Approximate dimensions (W x H x D) of the largest figurine: 2.9 x 8.0 x 2.6 cm.