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All right, then. This is one of the many proofs that my phone is about to die. so don’t mind the bad texture quality. Anyway, this is a low relief shown at the Museo Archeologico di Torino. Terrible lights as far as it concerns me (and my phone’s camera), but very nice piece with funny story.
It is a false piece made for an antiquarian (F. Pingone) around the Fifteenth century; the fraud was discovered by Scipione Maffei in the Seventeenth century, but for years it was believed to be real. The archaeologist (C. Promis) who studied and published this piece in 1896, mistaking the two spearheads with two donkey ears, thought about an allusion of the counterfeiters to Pingone’s credulity. It is nowadays known as ‘Donkey ears’.
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