"In 635 and 636, the principal figure is a bull. In 635 the animal is charging at a rosette; this theme probably represents an abbreviation of such contest scenes as that of 618. Since the renderings of the bull in 635 and 618 are almost identical, a dating in correspondence with that of the latter seal, in the ninth or in the earlier part of the eighth century, is indicated for 635."--Porada, CANES, p. 75
Charging bull, rosette before it -- Seven globes in sky.