Tile antefix

Roman Britain, 2nd-3rd century AD
From Holt, Clwyd

This object was one of a row of ornate terminals set along the eaves of a tiled roof. It was made in the tilery of the Roman army's 20th legion, whose emblem of a wild boar decorates the plaque.

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Height: 21.000 cm

Museum number

P&EE 1911 2-6 1


Presented by Arthur Acton


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