A petroglyph from the Lena river valley, probably Uraankhai or Evenk in origin. The drawing shows the shaman with an antlered headdress and two drums with the four directions symbol often found on Buryat and Evenk drums. The nine stick figures may represent dancers or ongon spirits, perhaps the latter because one appears to have a beak. In Buryat and other Siberian ceremonies it was common to have a group of nine dancers performing a yohor dance during the ritual. The two animals on the bottom may represent a wolf and a bear, although weathering has obliterated part of the image.