|Object Type (notes)||Cut-Out Akroterion Fragment *|
|Size||Max. Pres. Length 0.076 m, Pres. Thickness 0.009-Approx. 0.038 m (where it attaches to tile), Max. Pres. Height (from bottom scar to pointed tip) 0.071 m, Max. Pres. Distance Between Lowest Part of Concave Edge and Bottom of Fragment 0.032 m|
|Condition||Broken at base and across one side; surface encrusted.|
|Description||Fragment of a "cut-out" akroterion preserving complete small curved pointed member; two roughly flattened sides, tapering upwards; one roughly flattened somewhat irregularly curving edge which by one convex and two succesive concave arcs forms a beak-like projection with a pointed end; the piece has a flat, broad scar at the base where it attached to the topmost part of a ridge pole cover tile; another break goes perpendicular to the base break, between lowest part of concave edge and bottom of piece; probably the piece formed a lateral decorative extension, next to the tile, of main part of the akroterion.|
|Fabric Description||Murlo terracotta, well preserved red slip on all finished surfaces.|
|Property or Relation||Value(s)|
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