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1104, Rome, Palatine hill - Scavi Vaglieri

  • Record number: 1104
  • Site: Rome
  • Building or zone: Palatine hill - Scavi Vaglieri
  • Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
  • Comparanda: Caprifico (Cisterna): La grande Roma 1990, 9.6.76
  • Remarks: Small fragment with 2 raised horse forelegs in relief, overlapping 2 horse tails, in profile with movement to left. From central pair of armed riders
  • Bibliography: Gjerstad 1960, p. 88, fig. 56:2; Brown 1973-1974, p. 64; Gantz 1974-1975, pp. 3-4, fig. 25; La grande Roma 1990, p. 94, 4.1.27; Winter 2009a, pp.357-358, 5.D.1.d
  • Publication record: Early Rome III: Fortifications, domestic architecture, sanctuaries, stratigraphic excavations
    Etrusco-Italic architectural terracottas in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
    La grande Roma dei Tarquini
    Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
    Terracotta figured friezes from the workshop of Vulca
    The procession frieze from the Etruscan sanctuary at Poggio Civitate
  • Type of decoration: Armed riders moving to left
  • Current Collection: Antiquarium palatino
  • Mouldmade: yes
  • Height: 9.5
  • Width: 9
  • MPD: 3.4
  • Condition: Broken on all sides
  • Decoration main field: Relief figured frieze
  • Thickness plaque: 2.2
  • Thickness including relief: 3.4
  • Mouldmade decoration: yes

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