Sculpture of a Cave Lion
Found in 1931 with an incomplete head and was thought to be a relief. The missing piece was found during the excavations between 2005 and 2012 and was successfully reattached, thus confirming that the figurine is in fact a three-dimensional sculpture. It is decorated with approximately 30 finely incised crosses on its spine.
Length: 5.6 cm (ca. 40,000 years old)