- Record number: 1906
- Site: Caere
- Position: Eaves
- Roof element: Tiles, eaves
- Remarks: Fragment of flat plaque, painted black-brown on top. On soffit, part of large star-flower with white/red/white central concentric circles, large closed lotus bud flanked by widely spaced palmette leaves alternating red & black on cream ground. Part of open lotus to left bottom.
- Bibliography: Winter 2009a, p. 488, 6.F.2.g
- Publication record: Symbols of Wealth and Power: Architectural Terracotta Decoration in Etruria and Central Italy, 640-510 B.C.
- Type of decoration: Painted star-flower
- Current Collection: Antikensammlung: TC 2014X
- Mouldmade: no
- Height: 2.5
- Width: 10
- MPD: 13
- Clay: 7.5YR 6/6
- Paint: White 10YR 7/3, red 10R 3/2, black.
- Condition: Single triangular fragment, broken on all sides
- Thickness tile: 2.5
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