The Painted plaster fragment recently discovered in the southern limit of the famous Royal Palace G are one of the most important document related to the figurative art of Early Syrian Period and one of the most ancient documentation of painted plaster technique in the Near East Archaeology. The poster will present some preliminary documentation of this geometric polymorphic patterns and a hypothetical reconstruction of the stylistic grammars adopted to décor a room of a major important building. This building is located on the south of the so-called southern quarter of Royal Palace G, but stratigraphically and functionally unrelated so probably attest that during the second half the III millennium B.C. other structure in Ebla were designated to absolve specific activities, official and ceremonial as in the Royal Palace G but in other spaces and in a new sector of the Lower City undiscovered until 2003.
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|Titolo:||POSTER. The Painted Walls. Investigation on the EBIVA Public Building FF2 in the Southern Lower City of Ebla: First Preliminary Research|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2005|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||04a Atto di comunicazione a congresso|