Agora Object: S 1028
Inventory Number:   S 1028
Section Number:   ΙΙ 344
Title:   Relief Fragment
Category:   Sculpture
Description:   Left end, rough-picked back and bottom preserved. Only the lower legs of the figures are preserved.
At extreme left, a draped standing figure, facing; next to her a shield, its inner side exposed; this leans (?) against a large apparently columnar object (alter or throne?) on which seems to be seated a draped figure facing right.
At foot of columnar object, on the ground, three or more small rectangular lumps (stones?). At extreme right, partly obscuring the drapery of the seated figure, is what resembles the coil of a large snake.
Pentelic marble.
ADDENDA An assembly of the Gods at Eleusis?
Context:   Provenience unknown.
Negatives:   Leica, 8-122, 84-12-10
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.24; W. 0.45; Th. 0.115
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   1937
Section:   ΙΙ
Grid:   T-U 21-23
Bibliography:   JdI 87 (1972), p. 151, R 18.
    Mitropoulou (1968), Attic Votive Reliefs.
    Hesperia 8 (1939), p. 210.
    Agora XXXI, p. 218, no. 5, pl. 37.
    Agora XXXVIII, no. 48, p. 54, pl. 13.
References:   Publication: Agora XXXI
Publication: Hesperia 8 (1939)
Publication Page: Agora 31, s. 241, p. 218
Publication Page: Agora 31, s. 297
Images (4)
Card: S 1028
Card: S 1028