Running-dog pattern

The Vitruvian scroll is a scroll pattern used in architectural moldings and borders in other media. It is also known as the Vitruvian wavewave scroll, or running-dog pattern. The pattern resembles waves in water or a series of parchment scrolls viewed on end.

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Frammento di pannello decorativo con catasta d'armi: Scudo con decorazione a denti di lupo concentrici​ e fascia esterna decorata a can corrente (onda continua).

Fragment of a decorative panel depicting a pile of weapons: Shield decorated with a wolf's-tooth radial pattern, surrounded by a running-dog (wave scroll) band.

Building: Basilica Ulpia