The Egadi 11 ram consists of an intact ram located in the northern sector of PW-A. The ram sat upright and was not buried in the sediment to any significant degree. This area was near the Egadi 9 ram and in between two long rock ridges protected from any disturbance. The areas directly around and adjacent to the ram were searched; the only other items were Greco-Italic amphoras scattered in the vicinity. The growth on the ram was significant; the heaviest on the upper portion of the cowl and it diminished towards the middle and lower fins. The only area without growth was on the forward, bottom section of the lower fin. The ram’s form is similar to that of the Egadi 2-8 rams.
The Egadi 11 ram shares an identical iconographic element on the cowl nosing to the Egadi 4 and 6 rams: a winged Victoria with a laurel wreath and the same names of two Quaestors. Wood from the ram’s warship remained in the keel and wale pockets which were taken for analysis.The inner third of the ram at the head was filled with wood/copper concretion that may have trapped artifacts. This mass will have to be searched during conservation to ascertain if artifacts survive.