|Object Type (notes)||Cut-Out Akroterion, Fragment*|
|Size||Max. Pres. Length 0.191 m, Max. Pres. Height from bottom scar about 0.105 m, Pres. Thickness 0.034-0.051 m, Max. Pres. Width of scar|
|Condition||Broken across base and at one end; broken at one edge.|
|Description||Fragment of a "cut-out" akroterion preserving part of a member attached to topmost part of a ridge pole tile (not preserved). Preserved: two flat smooth sides tapering with a curved outline from the base, two flattened smooth edges; one starts out from the tile surface and rises obliquely. By three preserved successive concave curves it forms a wavy outline with a protruding rounded peak at top. At the broken end a small portion of concavely curving edge is preserved. There is a break between this preserved edge and the rounded peak- here the edge might have proceeded with a wavy outline or else, turned upwards to define a rising member. Texture, surface and paint are akin to 19710578.|
|Fabric Description||Murlo terracotta, fired light orange brown on surface, gray at core; dark paint is extensively preserved on all finished surfaces.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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