Limestone base of a tomb-marker (cippus), probably once surmounted by a stone sphere or cone. It is decorated with cable pattern at the corners, and all four sides are carved in low relief, with: a boy with a lyre between two dancing youths; a girl between a man and woman, all three dancing; and, on the remaining two sides, a scene of a boy playing double-pipes between a man and woman dancing.
- Made in: Italy
- Excavated/Findspot: Chiusi
- (Europe,Italy,Tuscany,Siena (province),Chiusi)
- Height: 52.5 centimetres
- Width: 34.5 centimetres
- Depth: 36 centimetres
Exhibited: 22/03/14 - 15/06/14, Museo dell'Accademia Etrusca e della Citta di Cortona, Italy, ' La Gran Bretagna e gli Etruschi '.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA418
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