|Size:||length: 5.4 cm, width: 1.9 cm, height: 8.5 mm|
|Date:||3rd century BC|
|Date derived from:||archaeological context|
|Site:||Serso (fraction of: Pergine Valsugana, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)|
|Field name:||Montesei di Serso|
|Archaeological context:||house No. 2|
(Objects: SR-1 antler, SR-2 antler, SR-3 antler, SR-4 antler, SR-5 antler, SR-6 antler, SR-7 antler, SR-8 antler, SR-9 antler, SR-10 antler, SR-11 stone, SR-12 antler, SR-13 antler, SR-14 potsherd, SR-15 bowl)
|Coordinates (approx.):||46° 4' 28.16" N, 11° 14' 39.44" E|
|Current location:||Museo delle Scienze di Trento (repository)|
|Inventory Nr.:||PEGO 88|
|Sources:||Pellegrini & Sebesta 1965: 3–8, 14 (No. 8), fig. 11|
Nothdurfter 2002: 1150 (list 3, No. 7)
Antler point; scarcely curved.
Along an inscription from right to left.
Dal Rì dates the whole antler group from Montesei di Serso to the 3rd century BC, whereas Schumacher suggets an older date to the 5th–4th centuries BC (Schumacher 2004: 247) and Pellegrini as well as Sebesta date the house No. 2 of Montesei di Serso, where the antlers were found, generally to the late Iron Age due to the typical house construction (Pellegrini & Sebesta 1965: 7).