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Source Image: PR222_06_20 of Re-worked Meleager sarcophagus of Capitoline Museums: Sarcophagi

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Description

Sarcophagus depicting the myth of Meleager, re-worked in later period, now in the Capitoline Museum.

Monument
Capitoline Museums: Sarcophagi 
Monument Part
Re-worked Meleager sarcophagus 
Monument Type
Sarcophagus 
Material(s)
Undefined white marble (Visual identification)  
Date
post ad 120 - pre ad 200 
Keywords
Relief Sarcophagus  
Collections
Capitoline Museums, Rome  

Location

Current Location
Capitoline Museums 

Evidence for working practices

1. - Toolmarks

Process
Restoration
Tool
Drill
Method
Vertical (90°)
Description
Drill holes have been added to the dog in a later period to emphasise its mane.

1. - Toolmarks

Process
Restoration
Tool
Flat Chisel
Method
Angle: Shallow (40-50°)
Force: Gentle
Description
The female figure in the centre of this image has had her head re-modelled in a later period.

Notes

This sarcophagus was re-worked at some point in the post-antique period, probably in the 14th century. This represents a very early example of 'restoration'.

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