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5155, Lavinium

  • Record number: 5155
  • Site: Lavinium
  • Roof element: Revetment plaques, floral
  • Comparanda: MAAR XXVI (1960) pp. 222-223) with list of sites; NSc 1970, Suppl. 2.1, pp. 231-232 Type A:23
  • Remarks: Floral revetment plaques decorated on both faces, in opposite directions, with alternating upright and pendent anthemion separated by horizontal S-spirals. At top, cavetto with small circumscribed palmettes. These thin plaques, generally thought to belong to door frames or columen or lateral mutuli, were widely used in Latium and Etruria for long period.
  • Bibliography: Enea nel Lazio 1981, p. 199, D72
  • Publication record: Enea nel Lazio: archeologia e mito. Place of publication: Roma. Publication Date: 1981
  • Type of decoration: Floral
  • Mouldmade: yes
  • Width: 36.2R
  • MPD: 1.2-1.5

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