|Size:||max. length 6.4 cm, breadth 3.1 cm, width 0.7 cm|
|Extension (h):||6.4 cm2.52 in <br />|
|Autopsy by:||Corinna Salomon|
|Date of autopsy:||Sep 30 2021|
|Site:||Argnou (fraction of: Ayent, Wallis, Switzerland)|
|Field name:||Plateau des Frisses|
|Archaeological context:||Gallo-Roman villa|
|Coordinates (approx.):||46° 15' 36.24" N, 7° 23' 59.11" E|
|Find date:||26 February 2003|
|Current location:||Musée cantonal d'histoire (Sion)|
|Sources:||Rubat Borel & Paccolat 2008: 127 f.|
Images in Rubat Borel & Paccolat 2008: 131, fig. 5 (photo) and 6 (drawing).
Found on the 26th of February 2003 below the remains of a Gallo-Roman villa (3rd–5th century AD), most likely in secondary context – evidence for an occupation of the find area in the La Tène period (4th–3rd century BC) were found to the south of the villa. See Rubat Borel & Paccolat 2008: 127 f. for details. The small, roughly rectangular plaque of local mica schist appears to be fragmentary, though Rubat Borel & Paccolat seem to assume that at least the top and left edges (as depicted in the images) are original; its function is unclear.