54 x 31 cm
Year of discovery
Marble votive relief showing Pallas Athena, wearing a peplos and a Corinthian helmet. The goddess is leaning on her spear; in front of her, a pillar, which may be a boundary stone or a finish post.
The relief is one of the masterpieces of Greek sculpture in the so-called Severe style of the early Classical period.
See more on the website of the Acropolis Museum. Further information and photos are accessible in the Arachne database.