Terracotta mould-made figure plaque of scene with background column. White coating preserved on some areas. Pale red-brown fabric with grey core. Abundant fine silver and gold mica, quartz, and white inclusions.
- Production date
Height: 6.90 centimetres
Thickness: 1.30 centimetres
Width: 5.80 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Probably an East Greek relief plaque of Hellenistic date. NA371, NA372, NA376 and NA813 all join. See also NA370 that is similar in style and subject. A Hellensitic East Greek example from Myrina was dated to the 2nd century BC (Mollard-Besques 1963, pl.190 CA 1632; pl.177, MYR 195, MYR 690). This joins pieces found in the hellenion, so likely came from that area and not the (nearby) eastern part of the town as published by Gutch.
Mollard-Besques, S. 1963. Catalogue raisonnédes figurines et reliefs en terre-cuite Grecs et Romains II, Myrina. Paris, Musée National du Louvre.
- Not on display
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: NA376 (Accession Number)