Terracotta Plate

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Title

Terracotta Plate

Subject

plate, cutlery, terracotta, etiquette, table manners, Roman, mid-2nd century A.D., East Gaulish, terra sigillata ware

Description

This large plate is a red-umber color. It has carved handles that mimic that of Roman metal serving dishes, with an impression of it's creator, Sabinianus, in the middle.

Creator

Sabinianus

Source

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Gallery 168- Art of Imperial Rome: Second Century A.D.

Publisher

The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Date

mid-2nd century A.D.

Contributor

Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917

Rights

This image is in public domain

Relation

N/A

Format

Image of physical object. Physical object
• Physical medium: terracotta
• Physical dimension: H. 1 13/16 in. (4.6 cm) diameter with handles 10 9/16 in. (26.9 cm)
• Image file type: png
• Dimensions of image: N/A

Language

N/A

Type

Physical Object

Identifier

17.194.867

Coverage

Roman Empire, Italian Peninsula, unknown region of origin

Citation

Sabinianus, “Terracotta Plate,” Food and Drink in the Ancient World, accessed October 23, 2021, https://foodanddining.omeka.net/items/show/25.

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