A rectangular Roman, bronze plaque decorated with the embossed image of the Muse Terpsichore. She is depicted standing frontally, her head facing left and one leg raised off the ground. She is dressed in a short sleeved tunica talaris, holding a lyre in her right hand and a staff in the left hand. An inscription in Latin appears in the left upper corner reading ‘TEPSECORE’. A rectangular embossed fragment appears in the lower right corner, possibly representing a plinth and thus taking reference from a marble parallel. The figure is framed with an embossed edge. The reverse is undecorated.
Date: Circa 4th century AD