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FRAGMENT OF A SMALL RELIEF PANEL (?)

Possibly Etruscan

Baked grey clay with red tile

Height: 10cm
Width: 15cm

Museum number: M732

Vermeule catalogue number: Vermeule 479help-vermeule-catalogue-number

Curatorial note

The upper left corner of a small terracotta-type relief panel heavily coated with yellow paint and weathered beneath so as to make the subject nearly indistinguishable. The scene appears to involve a combat: a figure with cloak and short sword attacks another figure who falls toward the ground at his feet. Probably this is a fragment of a combat between Greeks and Trojans, and it may be the remains of an Etruscan funerary urn.

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