3315, Poggio Civitate, T17 K3-4
- Record number: 3315
- Site: Poggio Civitate
- Building or zone: T17 K3-4
- Roof element: Revetment plaques,painted
- Comparanda: Ch. Wikander 1988 p. 113 fig. 38 B8 for scalloped top edge + B19, 4950 etc. for circle patterns with central dots, p. 121 semicircular scales 630-600 B.C.
- Remarks: Revetment plaque fragment with 1 finished edge, flat back. Decorated with scallops and circles design. Diam nail hole .5, 7 cm from edge of plaque. Incised line on upper left scallop.
- Bibliography: Winter 1999, p. 462, fig. 176 ; Winter 2009a, p. 94, 2.D.2.a
- Publication record: New information concerning the early terracotta roofs of Etruria
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
- Type of decoration: Scallops and circles
- Current Collection: Excavation Storerooms: 96-4
- Mouldmade: no
- Height: 9.1
- Width: 11.1
- Clay: 2.5YR 5/6
- Paint: Red paint 7.5R 3/4.
- Decoration main field: Painted circles & scallops
- Thickness plaque: 2.4
- Painted decoration only: yes
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