ROSELLE – Southern Hill – Temple terrace

Architectural terracottas (first half mid 4th c. B.C.)

1) Nimbus

2) Antefixes shaped as female head

Attic red-figure pottery (mid 5thc. B.C.)

3) Bottom of a cup (kylix) with dedicatory inscription:

ARTMSL = to Artemis

ROSELLE – Northern Hill– Unknown finding spot

Bronze (5th c. B.C.)

4) Cup

5) Decorative element

6) End-piece shaped as a lion paw

Silver (4th– 3rd c. B.C.)

7) Coin from Populonia with Gorgon head

ROSELLE – Northern Hill – Amphitheatre

Painted pottery (end 6th – beginning 5th c. B.C.)

8) Etruscan cup with linear decoration

Attic red-figure pottery

(end 6th – mid 5th c. B.C.)

9) Fragm. of cup with dancer and crotalum (castanet)

10) Fragm. of cup (kylix)

ROSELLE – Northern Hill – City walls

Attic red-figure pottery (first half 5th c. B.C.)

11) Fragm. of pyxis and krater

12) Fragm. of cups (kylikes)

Etruscan red-figure pottery – Faliscan production

(first half 4th c. B.C.)

13) Fragm. of cup (kylix) of the Sokra group

ROSELLE – Southern Hill

Attic black-figure pottery (end 6th c. B.C.)

14) Fragm. of amphorae and cups (kylikes)

Attic red-figure pottery

(second half 5th – first half 4th c. B.C.)

15) Fragm. of bell krater

16) Fragm. of mugs (kantharoi) of the St. Valentin type

17) Fragm. of drinking cup with an owl (glaukes)

18) Bottom fragments of cups (kylikes)