Title

Plate 12115

Creator

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Contributor

Opitz, Rachel; Mogetta, Marcello; Banducci, Laura.; Boyer, Johanna (Analyst)

Publisher

Capitoline Museum of Rome (Rome, Italy); University of Missouri (Columbia, Missouri); University of South Florida Tampa Library (Tampa, Florida)

Abstract

Ring foot with hole pierce through wall of ring. Shallow, flaring wall. Overhanging, convex rim. Depression at center floor.; Pink fabric (7.5YR 7/4). Glossy black slip over all; underside reserved.

Dimensions

H. 0.050, Diam. rim 0.205, Diam. base 0.063 m. (meters)

Material

Clay

Subject: topical

Black gloss (aat [300393227]); Musei Capitolini (ulan [500310945]); Art pottery (aat [300185648]); Pottery (local); Three-dimensional modeling (lcsh); 3D model -- Local

Subject: geographic

Rome Antiquarium, Sala V

Time Period

c. 285 B.C.

Language

Italian

Type

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Notes

Breuckmann SmartScan-HE;; Scans 4-6 were not used due to alignment errors. Textures captured with DSLR, stored in project folder.;; You must be signed in and have permissions to view the content.;; Cf. 1124a for similar piercing in foot.Square white paper glued to outer rim with black markings - illegible. Round blue and white paper glued exterior wall: [1230] in black.; Mended from four fragments. One small fragment of rim restored in plaster. Discoloration of slip and fabric indicates secondary burning.;; Morel 1120 Morel, Jean - Paul. Céramique campanienne: Les Formes. Rome: École française de Rome, 1981. Print.)

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Genre

3D model (local)

Holding Location

Capitoline Museum, Rome

Collection

Hidden Treasures of Rome

Physical Collection

Room V of the Antiquarium

Identifier

H64-12115

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