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Marble votive relief of the «funerary banquet» type.
375-350 BC.

Votive relief in the shape of a temple, made of pentelic marble. Unknown provenance. The relief belongs to the «funerary banquet» type. A reclining hero is depicted at the right with a polos on his head and holding a rhyton. His companion sits on a stool. In front of them is a table with food, with a dog lying beneath it. The panel on the pillar in the background denotes the sacred area in which the scene is set. At the left, a wine-pourer stands next to a krater, and a family of worshippers approaches. According to the inscription, these are the dedicator, Andropheles, and his three children, for whom the dedication was made.
Height 0,38 m., width 0,59 m.

 
 
 
 
 
     
     
                    
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