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1824,0424.1

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  • Silver statuette of the Gallo-Roman goddess Tutela with a cornucopia and the mural crown worn by the protectress of a city. Standing on a twelve-sided, ribbed base, the goddess holds a patera (libation dish) in her right hand and in her left a double cornucopia, with heads of Diana and Apollo. Her long wings carry busts of Castor and Pollux (Kastor and Polydeukes), and support a stand on which rest seven busts representing the gods of the days of the week. After Saturn, the eldest of the gods, come Sol (sun), Luna (moon), Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. Gilding is applied to the patera, the wings and robe of the goddess, and the clothing and ornaments of the busts.

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  • Silver statuette of the Gallo-Roman goddess Tutela with a cornucopia and the mural crown worn by the protectress of a city. Standing on a twelve-sided, ribbed base, the goddess holds a patera (libation dish) in her right hand and in her left a double cornucopia, with heads of Diana and Apollo. Her long wings carry busts of Castor and Pollux (Kastor and Polydeukes), and support a stand on which rest seven busts representing the gods of the days of the week. After Saturn, the eldest of the gods, come Sol (sun), Luna (moon), Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. Gilding is applied to the patera, the wings and robe of the goddess, and the clothing and ornaments of the busts.

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  • COMPASS Title: Silver figurine of Tutela

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  • Silver statuette of the Gallo-Roman goddess Tutela with a cornucopia and the mural crown worn by the protectress of a city. Busts of the Dioscuri adorn her wings. Above them are busts of the gods of the days of the week.

    Full: Front

  • Silver statuette of the Gallo-Roman goddess Tutela with a cornucopia and the mural crown worn by the protectress of a city. Standing on a twelve-sided, ribbed base, the goddess holds a patera (libation dish) in her right hand and in her left a double cornucopia, with heads of Diana and Apollo. Her long wings carry busts of Castor and Pollux (Kastor and Polydeukes), and support a stand on which rest seven busts representing the gods of the days of the week. After Saturn, the eldest of the gods, come Sol (sun), Luna (moon), Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. Gilding is applied to the patera, the wings and robe of the goddess, and the clothing and ornaments of the busts.

    Full: Front

  • Silver statuette of the Gallo-Roman goddess Tutela with a cornucopia and the mural crown worn by the protectress of a city. Standing on a twelve-sided, ribbed base, the goddess holds a patera (libation dish) in her right hand and in her left a double cornucopia, with heads of Diana and Apollo. Her long wings carry busts of Castor and Pollux (Kastor and Polydeukes), and support a stand on which rest seven busts representing the gods of the days of the week. After Saturn, the eldest of the gods, come Sol (sun), Luna (moon), Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. Gilding is applied to the patera, the wings and robe of the goddess, and the clothing and ornaments of the busts.

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  • Silver statuette of Jupiter holding a sceptre and thunderbolt, and with a goat.

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  • Silver statuette of the Gallo-Roman goddess Tutela with a cornucopia and the mural crown worn by the protectress of a city. Standing on a twelve-sided, ribbed base, the goddess holds a patera (libation dish) in her right hand and in her left a double cornucopia, with heads of Diana and Apollo. Her long wings carry busts of Castor and Pollux (Kastor and Polydeukes), and support a stand on which rest seven busts representing the gods of the days of the week. After Saturn, the eldest of the gods, come Sol (sun), Luna (moon), Mars, Mercury, Jupiter and Venus. Gilding is applied to the patera, the wings and robe of the goddess, and the clothing and ornaments of the busts.

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