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Plaque

ca. 515-530 (made), ca. 850-875 (designed)

One plaque of a consular diptych, 'The Crucifixion and the Maries at the Sepulchre', fictile ivory of an original from Constantinople or Rome, ca. 515-530 and France (Metz), ca. 850-875. The original is in the V&A, museum number 266-1867. This copy is marked 1873-67. W255.

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This object consists of 2 parts.
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  • Plaque
  • Fictile Ivory
  • Plaque
  • Fictile Ivory
Brief description
One plaque of a consular diptych, 'The Crucifixion and the Maries at the Sepulchre', fictile ivory of an original from Constantinople or Rome, ca. 515-530 and France (Metz), ca. 850-875. The original is in the V&A, museum number 266-1867. This copy is marked 1873-67. W255.
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Accession number
REPRO.1873-67

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Record createdJuly 12, 2011
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