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|Size:||length: 11.6 cm, width: 2.7 cm, height: 7.5 mm|
|Date:||3rd century BC|
|Date derived from:||archaeological context|
|Site:||Serso (fraction of: Pergine Valsugana, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)|
|Field name:||Montesei di Serso|
|Archaeological context:||house No. 2|
(Objects: SR-1 antler, SR-2 antler, SR-3 antler, SR-4 antler, SR-5 antler, SR-6 antler, SR-7 antler, SR-8 antler, SR-9 antler, SR-10 antler, SR-11 stone, SR-12 antler, SR-13 antler, SR-14 potsherd, SR-15 bowl)
|Coordinates (approx.):||46° 4' 28.16" N, 11° 14' 39.44" E|
|Current location:||Museo delle Scienze di Trento (on exhibition)|
|Inventory Nr.:||PEGO 47|
|Sources:||Pellegrini & Sebesta 1965: 3–8, 13 (No. 6), fig. 9|
Dal Rì 1987: 176 (No. 725e)
Nothdurfter 2002: 1150 (list 3, No. 7)
Object SR-6 antler with inscription SR-6.
Antler point, curved, with indication of a perforation. Highly corroded and fragmentary.
Along an inscription from right to left. The object also bears two chevron-shaped marks near the broad end below the inscription. Cp. marks in the same shape on SR-3 antler and SR-9 antler.
Dal Rì dates the whole antler group from Montesei di Serso to the 3rd century BC (Dal Rì 1987: 176 (No. 725), whereas Schumacher suggets an older date to the 5th–4th centuries BC (Schumacher 2004: 247) and Pellegrini as well as Sebesta date the house No. 2 of Montesei di Serso, where the antlers were found, generally to the late Iron Age due to the typical house construction (Pellegrini & Sebesta 1965: 7).
|Dal Rì 1987||Lorenzo Dal Rì, "Influssi etrusco-italici nella regione retico-alpina", in: Raffaele De Marinis (Ed.), Gli Etruschi a nord del Po, Mantova: Regione Lombardia - Provincia e Comune di Mantova 1987, 160–179.|