2464, Velletri, Temple "delle Stimmate"
- Record number: 2464
- Site: Velletri
- Building or zone: Temple "delle Stimmate"
- Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
- Remarks: Revetment plaque band of concave tongues/flat torus with painted scale pattern in oblique rows/figured frieze with banquet scene to left. MPH servant 14.8. H head to chin 3.5, head with cropped pageboy hairdo. Female banqueter (H head 4.1) holding stalk with 2 balls. Fragment of dog below table. Bottom border has painted rectangles (W 2). Diam nail hole 0.6.
- Bibliography: Andrén 1940, pp. 411-412, no. I:5, Pl. 128:448; Andrén 1974, p. 4, fig.III. 8; Fortunati 1989, p. 73, no. II.6, pl. XIV, fig. 5.b; La grande Roma 1990, p. 204, 8.6.18; Winter 2009a, pp. 365-366, 5.D.2.e
- Publication record: Architectural terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples
Il tempio delle Stimmate
La grande Roma dei Tarquini
Osservazioni sulle terrecotte architettoniche etrusco-italiche
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
- Type of decoration: Banquet to left
- Current Collection: Museo Civico: 521
- Mouldmade: yes
- Height: 31.2
- Width: 34.8
- Paint: Alternating strigils white/red/white/black/white/red. Servant wears white tunic. Female banqueter has white tutulus and red [sic] skin, as do servant and male head.
- Condition: Preserves left half of plaque.
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