RP904

A Roman terra sigillata sherd, Roman Carthage, ca 3rd - 4th century AD

bright redware pottery fragment, probably from a bowl, featuring a lively composition of a dancing lars.


Condition: Fragment as described with minor chips and losses to the composition that do not detract.  A most charming piece!

Dimensions: Height: 10cm (4")  x 6.5 cm (2 3/4")

Provenance: Private collection of George Ollinger, Pennsylvania USA, acquired in the late 1950's - 1960s, thereafter in a private Pennsylvania collection, acquired from the Ollinger estate in the late 1990's.

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