- Record number: 372
- Site: Caere?
- Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
- Remarks: Parts of concave tongues with black bottom border. Fragments of painted frieze with running dog to right, forequarters raised off ground, painted gold-brown with black outlines & shoulder separation from neck. Below, branch. Dog appears to be attacking bull whose hind legs are painted light brown with black hooves. To right, plant?
- Bibliography: Winter 2009a, pp. 460-461, 6.D.3.f; Christiansen & Winter 2010, p. 136, no. 65
- Publication record: Etruria I. Architectural terracottas and painted wall plaques, pinakes c. 625-200 BC.Catalogue, Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
The Caprifico roof in its wider context
- Type of decoration: Running dog to right & bull?
- Current Collection: Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek: HIN 816
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