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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. Shallow, flaring lower wall with slight offset at junction with foot. Steep upper wall tapers slightly inward. Plain rim.; Exterior: incised groove on lower edge of foot. Five finger marks around base from dipping. Interior: wide band of rouletting around diameter of floor. Four faint palmette stamps placed irregularly within rouletting.; Light brown fabric (7.5YR 6/4). Thin slip over all, fired black to dark gray.
H. 0.045, Diam. rim 0.065, Diam. base 0.052 m. (meters)
Black gloss (aat ); Musei Capitolini (ulan ); Art pottery (aat ); Pottery (local); Three-dimensional modeling (lcsh); 3D model -- Local
Rome Antiquarium, Sala V
First half of 3rd c. B.C.
ATOS GOM;; interior and exterior as requested.;; You must be signed in and have permissions to view the content.;; Scott (2008) has two very similar vessels preserved from the lower body up (F103, F104). She identifies them as Morel 2752, but their bases are not preserved to provide an idea of original proportions. Their upper profiles are very similar to that seen he; Complete. Minor wear at surface.;; Morel 2742a Morel, Jean - Paul. Céramique campanienne: Les Formes. Rome: École française de Rome, 1981. Print.)
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3D model (local)
Capitoline Museum, Rome
Hidden Treasures of Rome
Room V of the Antiquarium
Unknown, "Bowl 2380" (2022). Hidden Treasures of Rome. Image 3.