Diagram showing toolmarks on the Sebasteion panel depicting Tiberius and a captive.
This diagram shows how the locations of different toolmarks on this panel were originally recorded by Peter Rockwell. The blue shading records the marks of the point chisel, the striped areas are where tooth chiseling is visible, while the red shaded areas are flat chiseled. The thick black lines mark places where the channeling tool has been used while the black dots are drill holes. The dot above the genitalia of the emperor marks a measuring point. The white (i.e. unshaded) areas on this diagram are places where the surface of the stone is too damaged to allow toolmarks to be identified.