7792, Caere, Vigna Parrocchiale
- Record number: 7792
- Site: Caere
- Building or zone: Vigna Parrocchiale
- Roof element: Acroterion bases
- Remarks: Acroterion base fragment(?) with 2 tall walls at less than right angle. Front flat, side somewhat curved/convex, with oblique finished edges at bottom (opening for cover tile or ridge tile?). Decorated with painted stripes, oblique following line of cover tile opening, alternating white/red/white/black, W 1.6. Inside painted red, rough uneven surface. Red stripes in opposite direction at top of both faces.
- Bibliography: Winter 2009a, pp. 478-479, 6.E.4.b; Winter 2011, p. 65
- Publication record: Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
The evolution of bases for acroteria in Etruria and Latium (640/630-510 B.C.)
- Type of decoration: Painted diagonal bands
- Current Collection: C.N.R. storerooms at Banditaccia necropolis: 84/35
- Mouldmade: no
- Height: 19
- Width: 7.4
- MPD: 11.6
- Clay: 7.5YR 5/4
- Paint: Cream 10YR 7/3. Red 2.5YR 4/6.
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