1097, Rome, Palatine hill - near Archaic cistern/House of Livia
- Record number: 1097
- Site: Rome
- Building or zone: Palatine hill - near Archaic cistern/House of Livia
- Position: Pediment horizontal architrave?
- Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
- Comparanda: Velletri: La grande Roma, 8.6.1-4. Rome, Esquiline: La grande Roma, 10.1.2, S. Omobono: La grande Roma, 5.1.30-32
- Remarks: Fragment preserves left edge with draped figure standing in back of chariot facing to right
- Bibliography: Van Buren 1914, p. 184, Pl. XXXIV.4; Van Buren 1921a, p. 68, Pl. XXXII; Andrén 1940, p. 329, No. I:9 Pl. 104:370 bottom center; Gjerstad 1960, p. 88, fig. 55:9; Gantz 1974-1975, p. 3, fig. 12; La grande Roma 1990, pp. 92-93 4.1.12; Winter et al. 2009, Table 3; Winter 2009a, pp.362-363, 5.D.2.a or 5.D.3.a
- Publication record: Architectural terracotta ornamentation in Rome from the sixth to the fourth cent. B.C.
Architectural terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples
Early Rome III: Fortifications, domestic architecture, sanctuaries, stratigraphic excavations
Figurative terracotta revetments in Etruria and Latium in the VI. and V. cent. B.C.
La grande Roma dei Tarquini
New light on the production of decorated roofs of the 6th c. B.C. at sites in and around Rome
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
Terracotta figured friezes from the workshop of Vulca
The procession frieze from the Etruscan sanctuary at Poggio Civitate
- Associated elements: 12036, 4346
- Type of decoration: Chariot procession to right
- Current Collection: Antiquarium palatino: 12034B
- Mouldmade: yes
- Height: 11.8
- Width: 8.2
- MPD: 2.3
- Clay: 7.5YR 6/4
- Condition: Fragment of finished left edge, broken on all other sides
- Decoration main field: Relief figured frieze
- Thickness plaque: 1.8-2.1
- Thickness including relief: 2.3
- Mouldmade decoration: yes
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