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1289, Rome, Forum Romanum - Lacus Iuturnae

  • Record number: 1289
  • Site: Rome
  • Building or zone: Forum Romanum - Lacus Iuturnae
  • Roof element: Revetment plaques, floral
  • Remarks: Fragment of revetment plaque with concave tongues and, along bottom, part of roll. Strigils painted cream with dark brown edges & central vertical band painted light brown. On roll, diagonal cream & brown bands. Nail hole
  • Bibliography: Phillips 1989a, p. 281, Group IIA, no. 4, pl. II.1 bottom left; pp. 300-301, associated with Temple of Castor & Pollux 484 B.C.
  • Publication record: The architectural terracottas. Author: Phillips, K.M., Jr.. Journal and volume number: Lacus Iuturnae I, ed. M. Steinby. Place of publication: Roma. Publication Date: 1989. Pages: 277-302
  • Associated elements: 39704, 39705, 39706, 39708
  • Type of decoration: concave tongues with central vertical band/roll with painted diagonal bands
  • Last Recorded Collection: Antiquarium forense
  • Condition: Broken on all sides
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