1083, Rome, Palatine - Archaic cistern near House of Livia
- Record number: 1083
- Site: Rome
- Building or zone: Palatine - Archaic cistern near House of Livia
- Roof element: Revetment plaques,figural
- Comparanda: Cisterna: Brown 1973-1974; La grande Roma 1990, 9.6.76.
- Remarks: Fragment preserves chest & torso of harnassed biga horses from right-hand chariot facing to left, with part of walking figure beyond, wearing short tunic & carrying staff, with head (H 3.3) turned back, and long strands of hair over shoulder. From crisp mould. Well-preserved paint
- Bibliography: Van Buren 1914, p. 184, pl. XXXIV.2; Van Buren 1921a, pp. 67-68, pl. XXXII; Andrén 1940, p. 329, No. I:7, Pl. 104:370 top center; La grande Roma 1990, p. 94 4.1.26; Winter 2009a, pp. 359-360, 5.D.1.f or 5.D.3.d
- Publication record: Architectural terracotta ornamentation in Rome from the sixth to the fourth cent. B.C.
Architectural terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples
Figurative terracotta revetments in Etruria and Latium in the VI. and V. cent. B.C.
La grande Roma dei Tarquini
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
- Associated elements: 4344, 4346, 4348, 4349, 12034B
- Type of decoration: Chariot procession to left
- Current Collection: Antiquarium palatino: 4347
- Mouldmade: yes
- Height: 16.2
- Width: 13.6
- MPD: 3.3
- Clay: 10YR 6/4
- Paint: Beige ground & near horse 10YR 6/4, red mane, male skin, harness 10R 4/6, pink far horse 2.5YR 6/6, black hair, straps
- Condition: Broken on all sides
- Decoration main field: Relief figured frieze
- Thickness plaque: 2
- Thickness including relief: 3.3
- Mouldmade decoration: yes
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