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Door jamb in two parts. The jamb is carved at the top with three tiers of two arches and below with two vine scrolls bearing leaves and formal bunches of grapes alternately; the left side has also the six arches and below a repeating pattern of a three-spiked leaf with small volutes at the sides.
This door jamb in two parts was probably made in the second half of the 7th century Spain. This door jam is in marble and carved with arches, vine scrolls and leaves. There is the slosely similar jambs in the Museum at Mérida.