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|Proper name:||La pariglia siamese n. 1|
|Size:||length: 8.7 cm, width: 6.4 cm, height: 1.1 cm|
|Site:||Sanzeno (Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)|
|Coordinates (approx.):||46° 21' 57.60" N, 11° 4' 30.00" E [from site]|
|Find circumstances:||by chance|
|Current location:||Castello del Buonconsiglio (on exhibition)|
|Sources:||Roberti 1950: 182 (No. X), pl. IV.X|
Object SZ-10 bronze with inscriptions SZ-10.1 and SZ-10.2 - front side.
Object SZ-10 bronze - rear side.
Bronze in the shape of a horse pair.
Cp. the present bronze with SZ-11 bronze as well as SZ-12 bronze.
Roberti states the proper name La pariglia siamese n. 1 (cp. Roberti 1950: 182) and in his consequence Pellegrini uses also this term (cp. Pellegrini 1951: 314).
Almost the entire group of bronzes from Sanzeno was discovered between 1947 and 1949. The bronzes were found by chance in a sand pit (cp. Pellegrini 1951: 304; Vetter 1954: 66-67).
Further references more related to the inscription: Mayr 1951: 133 (No. X), fig. X (Mayr labels the bronze as Doppelpferdchen A); Vetter 1954: 71.
|Mayr 1951||Karl M. Mayr, "Die Inschriften der Votive von Sanzeno (2)", Der Schlern 25 (1951), 30–32, 78–79, 133–135, 179–181.|