DRAPED FEMALE STATUE (KORE)
The marble statue depicts a female figure lifting the edge of her gown with her left hand, and holding an apple as a votive offering in her outstretched right hand (the right forearm of the cast is lost). She wears a long dress (chiton) and a richly draped mantle fastened at the right shoulder. Her outfit is complemented with a diadem, round earrings, and a bracelet. Based on the traces of pigment, the hem of the dress and the earrings were decorated with painted patterns, while the holes in the diadem received metal ornaments. It is the statue of a well-off girl from two and a half millennia ago.