|Object Type (notes)||Cut-out Akroterion Fragment*|
|Size||Max. Pres. Length 0.135 m, Max. Pres. Height from flat bottom scar 0.053 m, Pres. Thickness 0.037-0.047 m (Max. Width of scar)|
|Condition||Broken across base, at one side and top.|
|Description||Fragment of a "cut-out" akroterion prserving part of a member attached to the ridge pole tile (not preserved); two flat smooth sides tapering with a curved outline from the base; one flattened smooth edge which starts out from the tile surface rises obliquely with two successsive concave curves forming a wavy outline, then, after a broken portion, slopes down in a concave curve which again turns upwards at the side break. There is a flat, broad scar at the bottom where the piece was attached to the top of the ridge pole tile. The pieces might be a lateral decorative extension close to the tile, fo the main part of the akroterion. For the shape of the fragment see 19690379.|
|Fabric Description||Murlo Terracotta, fired reddish brown on surface, red slip preserved on all finished surfaces.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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