29 × 37.5 cm
1st centuy B.C. (?)
The double-sided relief was the upper part of a stele. Its main side depicts a griffin catching a deer, while there is a palmette motif on the other side.
Marble analyses conducted by Danielle Decrouez (Geneva, Museum of Natural History) and Karl Ramseyer (University of Bern, Institute of Geological Sciences) have shown that the stela was made of Pentelic marble. Click here for the detailed results.