- Record number: 5231
- Site: Lanuvium
- Roof element: Revetment plaques, floral
- Comparanda: Andrén 1940, p. 430, no. II:18
- Remarks: Fragment of floral revetment plaque preserving roll with floral relief above and below. Above, possible recessed volute and to right pendent 3 leaves (lotus). Below roll, upright 3-leaf lotus and concave band with raised upper ridge ending in swastika(?). Large nail hole, Diam 1.2. Th plaque 2.3-4. H roll 1.9.
- Bibliography: Walters 1903, D724; Andrén 1940, p. 430, no. II:19
- Publication record: Architectural terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples
Catalog of terracottas in the British Museum
- Associated elements: Clay of D720 and D724 are equal composition, thickness, white paint. All come from same plaque.
- Type of decoration: Floral
- Current Collection: British Museum: D724
- Height: 14.3
- Width: 14.2
- Clay: 7.5YR 6/4
- Paint: Brown slip 10YR 5/3. White paint on lotus leaves, roll, concave band 10YR 8/2. Brown-red on roll, raised band.
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