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Panel with a caitya arch frieze of amorini in three compartments. Each compartment contains a plump standing amorino turned to his left; two have joined hands and one raises his right hand, perhaps holding a lotus, while his left hand is at his hip. The pointed arches are moulded and have rudimentary volutes and plain pendants like buds touching the ground. Between the arches larger amorini stand like the central figure with the right hand raised and the other at the hip, holding something, or resting it. Where undamaged, these amorini have rounded and protruding eyes, curled hair, a collar and a bracelet. The incomplete arch was probably completed on the adjacent panel.
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Diameter: 3.50 centimetres
Height: 6.30 centimetres
Width: 22.30 centimetres
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- 1.Grey schist, chipped and worn.
2.Top and bottom flat and smooth; top with cramp mortise to each side; both sides flat and rough and sloping inwards to back.
3.Back flat, almost wholly smooth.
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