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Cylindrical flute with three openings along front. Top and bottom of flute are flattened. Two finger holes at the top and a large opening near the bottom. Six pointed star carved into flute beneath bottom opening. Snake carved above bottom opening. Snake's body curves out from around flute's right side. The head is directly above the opening, with forked tongue sticking out. Snake has thin diamond between its eyes, and diamonds and X's carved along its body. Only head and upper body of snake design are carved.


Gifted to Porto by Flavio Santi when he was visiting the Museum in 2017.

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