1303, Rome, Forum Romanum - Lacus Iuturnae
- Record number: 1303
- Site: Rome
- Building or zone: Forum Romanum - Lacus Iuturnae
- Position: Ridge?
- Roof element: Acroteria, human statues?
- Comparanda: Civita Castellana, Sassi Caduti, Villa Giulia 7297: Della Seta 1918, p. 180; Phillips 1989a, p. 298
- Remarks: Long fragment of drapery with vertical fold tapering in width towards bottom, painted with box meander with red battlement & brown boxes. Finished outer edge & part of indented channel at top where there were probably 2 folds. Hollow, handmade, originally figure in round.
- Bibliography: Phillips 1989a, p. 298, Group IID, no. 3, fig. 16, pl. VII.1 top; pp. 300-301, associated with Temple of Castor & Pollux 484 B.C.
- Publication record: The architectural terracottas
- Associated elements: 39381
- Type of decoration: Drapery fold with painted box meander
- Current Collection: Antiquarium forense: 39380
- Mouldmade: no
- Height: 14.5
- Width: 4.1-4.6
- Clay: 2.5Y 7/4 = 39378-39379
- Paint: White slip, red 10R 4/6, brown
- Condition: Broken at top, bottom & 2 of 5 sides
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