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Opitz, Rachel; Mogetta, Marcello; Banducci, Laura.; Boyer, Johanna (Analyst)
Capitoline Museum of Rome (Rome, Italy); University of Missouri (Columbia, Missouri); University of South Florida Tampa Library (Tampa, Florida)
Ring foot. Thick, flaring wall.; Round stamp at center floor: Herakles standing left. Right arm extended to trophy on pedestal, left arm cornucopia. Club resting on ground.; Reddish yellow fabric (5YR 7/6). Black slip over all, metallic; underside reserved.
P.H. 0.032, Diam. base 0.064 m. (meters)
Black gloss (aat ); Musei Capitolini (ulan ); Art pottery (aat ); Pottery (local)
Rome Antiquarium, Sala V
2nd half of 3rd c. B.C.
You must be signed in and have permissions to view the content.;; For stamp, see Heraklesschalen in Bernardini 1986, pp. 177-179, specifically, nos. 629, 632. Stamp no. 230, Pl. 61.; Fragment. Base preserved (several chips missing) with small portion of lower wall, broken on all sides.;; Morel, Jean - Paul. Céramique campanienne: Les Formes. Rome: École française de Rome, 1981. Print.)
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Capitoline Museum, Rome
Hidden Treasures of Rome
Room V of the Antiquarium
Unknown, "Bowl 44247" (2022). Hidden Treasures of Rome. Image 117.