Bronze Ornament from a Chariot Pole

1st - 2nd century AD

Roman

This heavy metal ornament, decorated with the head of Medusa and inlays of silver and copper, probably comes from a currus triumphalis (ceremonial chariot) used in processions rather than a lightweight racing chariot.

Source: The Metropolitan Museum

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