"Seals 105 and 106... and perhaps also 107 and 112, belong to the Second Early Dynastic period... In the lower register of 112, the monster whose tail ends in a scorpion recalls the composite monsters of the Second Early Dynastic period; a dating in this period is also indicated by the linear execution of the design." Porada, CANES, p. 16
Above: Two seated figures drinking from tubes in vessel; third seated figure -- Below: Eagle, lion-headed(?), between two small kneeling animals; large walking animal with tail ending in scorpion. No common axis of scenes of upper and lower register.