spinner-caricamento
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Anchor with relief decoration
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Cross
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Cippo
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Face
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Bow
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Toy pony
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Alkedo Ship
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Bag
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Nave
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Barchino
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Anchors
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Relief
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Nave
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Alkedo Ship
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Copy of the Alkedo ship
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Relief decoration
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Nave D
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Perfume burner
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Game dice
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Cinerary urn
Anchor with relief decoration
Cross
Cippo
Face
Bow
Toy pony
Alkedo Ship
Bag
Nave
Barchino
Anchors
Relief
Nave
Alkedo Ship
Copy of the Alkedo ship
Relief decoration
Nave D
Perfume burner
Game dice
Cinerary urn

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Description

Found fragmentary at the end of the 1980s in the area of a construction site in the north of Pisa, and almost entirely rebuilt, the funerary stone, in Apuan marble, must have consisted of two parts: the lower one in the shape of a parallelepiped while the upper crown presented the shape of an onion stone. On the edges are sculpted rampant lions and in the center, probably repeated on the four faces, a female figure, interpreted as a "Mermaid with a fan-shaped tail". The iconography is typical of the Greek female statuary representation of the Archaic period (6th century BC)

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