Terracotta Campana relief: a Roman soldier guards a captured Gaul. Captured weapons and a cloak hang on a tree as a trophy. The stamped inscription M(arcus) Anton(ius) Epaphra(s) refers to the workshop producing the plaque.

An00191291 001 l

Thing

Made Of
terracotta
Type of Thing
relief
Subject
war
Techniques
stamped

Place

In Gallery
G70/18
Made In
Rome

Time

Acquired In
1805
Made
1-20
Period/Culture
Roman

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