Roman Basalt Stone Carved Panel

Large Ancient Roman Basalt Stone Panel

This is an Ancient Roman basalt stone panel depicting three figures | Rare Piece dates to approximately 100 AD |  It is made of Basalt, which is a dark, fine-grained volcanic rock, and is typically composed largely of plagioclase with pyroxene and olivine | This ancient artifact has very nice detail for its age

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  • This is a museum quality Ancient Roman basalt stone panel depicting three figures | Rare Piece dates to approximately 100 AD | It is made of Basalt, which is a dark, fine-grained volcanic rock, and is typically composed largely of plagioclase with pyroxene and olivine | This ancient artifact has very nice detail for its age | Measures 12.5″ x 10.25″ | The Roman’s frequently created sculptures and columns using granite, one of the hardest stones, at about 8 on the Mohs scale. It is the most durable of sculptural stones and, correspondingly, an extremely difficult stone to work. However, Basalt carvings, sculptures, and columns, being even harder than the granite, are less frequently found in the ancient Roman empire, making this artifact truly rare. Dimensions: 12.5″ H x 10.25″ W Artist or Maker: Ancient Roman Medium: Basalt Stone Date: 100 AD Condition: Very Good – This ancient artifact has very nice detail for its age.

  • Weight

    100lb.

    Height

    12.5"

    Width

    10.25"

    Depth

    2.5"

    Weight

    100lb.

    Height

    12.5"

    Width

    10.25"

    Depth

    2.5"

    Date

    1st Century

    Medium

    Stone

    Origin

    Roman Empire

    Size

    S (up to 14 in.)