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939, Rome, S. Omobono 2nd phase temple

  • Record number: 939
  • Site: Rome
  • Building or zone: S. Omobono 2nd phase temple
  • Position: Ridge
  • Roof element: Acroteria, human statues
  • Comparanda: Murlo Upper Building: Vescovado 68-165
  • Remarks: Section of cord with two coils in relief on front, flat back. W left coil 7.5, right 6.3. Thinner than upper two fragments from same piece
  • Bibliography: La grande Roma 1990, p. 124 5.1.20; Parisi Presicce 1997, pp. 171-173, figs. 1-3, 6; Winter 2009a, pp. 209-210, 3.E.5, fig. 3.42 (mistakenly associated with 1st phase roof); Mura Sommella 2011, pp. 180-182, figs. 11 & 16*
  • Publication record: Eracle e Dionisio nella decorazione figurata del tempio arcaico di S. Omobono: un' ipotesi eterodossa. Author: Parisi Presicce, C.. Journal and volume number: Deliciae Fictiles II. Place of publication: Amsterdam. Publication Date: 1997. Pages: 167-177
    La dea col tutulo dal tempio arcaico del Foro Boario. Author: Mura Sommella, A.. Journal and volume number: Deliciae Fictiles IV. Place of publication: Oxford. Publication Date: 2011. Pages: 177-187
    La grande Roma dei Tarquini. Author: Cristofani, M. (ed.). Place of publication: Roma. Publication Date: 1990
    Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.. Author: Winter, N.A.. Journal and volume number: MAAR Suppl. 9. Place of publication: Ann Arbor. Publication Date: 2009
  • Associated elements: 15812; Dionysos and Ariadne acroterion
  • Type of decoration: Cord in relief: Dionysos's staff
  • Last Recorded Collection: Antiquarium Comunale
  • Height: 11.3
  • Width: 14
  • MPD: 3.3
  • Clay: 7.5YR 6/6 = 15822
  • Paint: White 10YR 8/2, purple-red 10R 4/3-4/4, black
  • Condition: Bottommost of 3 non-joining fragments
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