- Record number: 5831
- Roof element: Antefixes, heads
- Remarks: Female head antefix. No shell. Paint well-preserved. Nose restored. Scalloped edge of hair over forehead. Top of cover tile slightly sloped and painted red-brown 6 cm behind front edge. Head hollowed behind. All proveniences are unsubstantiated in Louvre, except for recent attributions to Tuscania.
- Bibliography: Andrén 1940, pp. 500-501, no. I:13, Pl. 157:529; Winter 2009a, pp. 349-350, 5.C.3.d
- Publication record: Architectural terracottas from Etrusco-Italic Temples
Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
- Type of decoration: Female head
- Current Collection: Musée du Louvre: S 1092
- Mouldmade: yes
- Height: 15.4
- Width: 14.7
- MPD: 11.5
- Clay: 5YR 5/6
- Paint: Surface slip brown 10YR 6/4. Brick red on diadem, possibly with painted tongue outlined with darker red, veil with 2 stripes at border between which red and black dots, hair, large disk earrings (with darker red divisions and black dots), outline of ear 10R 4/6. Darker red lips 10R 4/3. Black: base (and top) of diadem, dot rosettes on veil and alternating dots on edges, eyebrows, lids, and pupils, dots on earrings.
- Condition: Broken across top (chipped) and on all sides at back (cover tile) and below chin.
- Height face: 10.2
- Distance outer eyes: 7
- Thickness tile: 3
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