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relief / panel
Terracotta Campana relief showing a scene in a palaistra (wrestling school). On the right is a statue of a victorious boxer holding a palm-branch and a winner's ribbon. A boxing thong is bound on to his left fist and forearm. On a pillar is a bust of Hermes.
- 1stC (circa)
- Height: 30.48 centimetres
- Length: 26.67 centimetres
1980, 5 Jun- 26 Oct, London, BM, The Ancient Olympic Games
Greek & Roman Antiquities
Terracotta panel showing a scene in a palaistra (wrestling school). On the right is a statue of a victorious boxer holding a palm-branch and a winner's ribbon. A boxing thong is bound on to his left fist and forearm. On a pillar is a bust of Hermes.
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Object reference number: GAA4071
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