Carving from a granite vase found in the "Main Deposit" in the court- yard of the temple at Hierakonpolis. The name "Khasekhem" is within a serek, and the Horus falcon atop wears the crown of Upper Egypt. The vulture of Lower Egypt stands on the oldest "cartouche" known, containing the king's personal nomen. At right is the crooked stick meaning "time" or "year" with a kneeling prisoner. Three flowers upon his head means 3.000 (captives) taken in the supposed civil war.