7121, Acquarossa, Zone G, Roof G:1
- Record number: 7121
- Site: Acquarossa
- Building or zone: Zone G, Roof G:1
- Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
- Remarks: Fragment of revetment plaque of Type II. Fragment of vertical plaque with beginning of flange to right. Bottom, right finished edges. 8 ridges of plastic cordon, at average distance of 2.2 from each other. Cordon ends at beginning of flange. Th cordon 2.1. Th flange 1.9. Painted decoration: contoured triangles and a vertical line along flange. Front quarters of a horse with forelegs. On horse's body curving ornament in red paint, painted over the white.
- Bibliography: CÖ. Wikander 1981, p. 106, fig. 64; Winter 2009a, pp. 89-92, 2.D.1.a
- Publication record: Acquarossa I.1: The painted architectural terracottas. Catalogue and architectural context
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
- Type of decoration: Painted horse/triangles/cordon
- Current Collection: Excavation storerooms in Palazzo S. Pietro: Rev G77 67-2108
- Height: 11.6
- Width: 21
- Clay: Orange-brown
- Paint: Orangebrown slip, covered on front and part of back with red paint. Painted decoration: contoured triangles and a vertical line along flange. Front quarters of a horse with forelegs. On horse's body curving ornament in red paint, painted over the white.
- Thickness plaque: 2.2
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