Roman Toy horse
The Roman animal figures of this kind were often toys of children that also served as decoration. Yet, they were more, as they are frequently found amongst women's grave goods and in children's graves.
The Roman toy horse from the end of the second, beginning of the 3rd Century AD is a ceramic cast of an original discovery of clay pottery from the southern district of Trier, Germany. The toy horse is made in patinated terracotta to match the original, which is on display in the Landesmuseum in Trier.
- Horse Height: 8 cm
- Horse Length: 9.5 cm
- Location: Southern pottery district in Trier
- Original: Landesmuseum in Trier
- genuine patinated alabaster gypsum
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