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Stele of the Corneli
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Statuette of Diana
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Sarcophagus
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Headless statue
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Glass cup
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Female portrait
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Pan's torso
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Male bust
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Bronze statuette
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to the shore
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Mosaic floor
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Gemma api
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Macaw of Galla
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Venus
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Terracotta cup
Stele of the Corneli
Statuette of Diana
Sarcophagus
Headless statue
Glass cup
Female portrait
Pan's torso
Male bust
Bronze statuette
to the shore
Mosaic floor
Gemma api
Macaw of Galla
Venus
Terracotta cup

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Description

Relief with three male figures advancing in procession to the right, wearing short tunic with cape and calcei without binding at the feet. Two of them hold bundles without axes on their left shoulder and hold a rod in their right hand; the third holds an ax on his left shoulder and holds a sort of stick in his right. The interpretations advanced by scholars differ in terms of the attributes and attitude of the figures: Bertolini first recognizes three lictors, then apparitores; Brusin reads a sacrificial procession with the duoviri. The character and function of the relief are also discussed.



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