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1009, Rome, Capitoline hill south slope

  • Record number: 1009
  • Site: Rome
  • Building or zone: Capitoline hill south slope
  • Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
  • Comparanda: Andrén 1940: Velletri, No. I:3; Veii (sporadic) No. 2, Palatine No. I:4.
  • Remarks: Fragment of relief plaque with hindquarters & tails of triga horses facing to right, & chariot pole. Veii-Rome-Velletri revetment plaque
  • Bibliography: Andrén 1940, p. 342, No. I:5: Gjerstad 1966, p. 478, no. 6, figs. 144-145; Andrén 1974, p. 4, n. 20; La grande Roma 1990, p. 71, 3.6.8 (photo labelled 3.6.9); p. 75 (from exauguratio of exisitng sacred building on Capitolium); Winter 2009a, pp. 353-354, 5.D.1.a
  • Publication record: Architectural terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples. Author: Andrén, A.. Place of publication: Lund/Leipzig. Publication Date: 1939-1940
    Early Rome IV.1: Synthesis of archaeological evidence. Author: Gjerstad, E.. Place of publication: Lund. Publication Date: 1966
    La grande Roma dei Tarquini. Author: Cristofani, M. (ed.). Place of publication: Roma. Publication Date: 1990
    Osservazioni sulle terrecotte architettoniche etrusco-italiche. Author: Andrén, A.. Journal and volume number: OpRom 8. Publication Date: 1974. Pages: 1-16
    Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.. Author: Winter, N.A.. Journal and volume number: MAAR Suppl. 9. Place of publication: Ann Arbor. Publication Date: 2009
  • Associated elements: 20089 (revetment plaque), 20090 (lateral sima)
  • Type of decoration: Chariot race to right
  • Last Recorded Collection: Antiquarium Comunale
  • Mouldmade: yes
  • Height: 11.5
  • Width: 9.3
  • MPD: 3
  • Clay: 7.5YR 6/6
  • Paint: Black ground, red-brown on far tail & leg
  • Condition: Broken on all sides
  • Decoration main field: Relief figured frieze
  • Thickness plaque: 2
  • Thickness including relief: 3
  • Mouldmade decoration: yes

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