The original relief of the "oscilum" type, in marble, consists in a single piece decorated on its front and back. It was found August 17, 1739, in Herculaneum and belongs to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts of San Fernando with the title "Oscillum. Satyr and officiant sacrificing a sow in honor of Ceres". Nowadays it belongs to the National Archaeological Museum of Naples (Italy).
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|Título||Relieve original Medallón Sacrificio 27x27x2cm 2 kg|
|More Information||Reproduction in plaster of the original relief.|
|Warning||The reproduction of this object has been made with traditional methods of casting. Being a completely handcrafted process the finish or the final appearance of the pieces may not be exactly the same as the one shown in the images.|