Both male and female human figurines are found, the latter being more
common. Some of the female figurines are heavily ornamented and have
exaggerated features, while others have elaborate head-dresses and dress or
ornaments on their bodies. Seated women and mother and child groups are
often among the most vividly modelled.
Of special interest is a group of heads with either horns or horn-like
appendages. These appear on both male and female torsos, and may be
associated with the horned figures on seals. We may regard them as deities.
Another group of figurines deserves notice; these are models of carts made of
terracotta and must have been used as toys.