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Accession_Number 23.11.31UU
adlib_title Spartan relief plaque fragments of a figurine
Shape Figurine
Shape_description Two fragments of a female. She wears a sash, knotted at the front with a bow, over a long skirt patterned with vertical bands of single- and double-line zigzags. Her right hand is holding a plate or dish.
Material Lead
Fabric Spartan
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Condition Two fragments connected at the waistline. The upper torso fragment is missing the head, and the left arm is broken off at the elbow at a point which seems to continue the fracture line. The lower, skirt fragment is missing the feet.
Technique/Style Relief plaque
Provenance Said to be from the Sanctuary of Artemis Orthia, Sparta.
Period Archaic
Date 7-5 c.
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Height 3.1
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Other_dims. W. 1.8
Location 11.1.9
Edited_by Sarah; Liz
Date_edited 02.06.2005; 21.06.2007
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