Marble votive relief, found in Athens.
End of the 4th c. BC.
Marble votive relief. It was found near the Enneakrounos fountain, in Athens. From the sanctuary of the hero-physician Amynos. According to the inscription above the representation the relief was dedicated by Lysimachides, son of Lysimachos, from Acharnai. The dedicator holds a model of a human leg, on which a vein stands out, indicating his decease. In a recessed panel at the bottom left are represented two feet.
Height 0,70 m., width 0,40 m.