Agora Object: S 538
Inventory Number:   S 538
Section Number:   Ν 160
Title:   Relief Fragment with Procession
Category:   Sculpture
Description:   Badly weathered low relief of mediocre workmanship, representing what is probably a procession: two draped figures (heads missing) with folded arms, clad in himatia, walking right; by their sides, three children, also facing right. The two children on the left are miniature adults, also with folded arms and clad in himatia. The boy at the right is less stiffly posed. The upper part of his body is nude, the lower part is concealed by an animal which he is leading, possibly a pig (?).
Back, left side and bottom preserved; broken away above and at right.
Pentelic marble.
Context:   Modern wall.
Negatives:   Leica, 95-4-18, 95-4-19
Dimensions:   P.H. 0.18; P.W. 0.185; Th. 0.06
Material:   Marble (Pentelic)
Date:   27 March 1935
Section:   Ν
Grid:   Ν:29/ΜΕ
Bibliography:   Mitropoulou (1968), Attic Votive Reliefs.
    Agora XXXVIII, no. 146, p. 117, fig. 10, pl. 43.
References:   Images (4)
Notebook: Ν-2
Notebook Page: Ν-2-85 (pp. 357-358)
Card: S 538