Collection: Athens, Acropolis Museum
Title: Seated female figure from the Erechtheion Frieze
Context: From Athens, Acropolis
Findspot: Found at Athens, Acropolis
Summary: Female figure, wearing a chiton belted over an overfold and a himation, seated on a rock to the right.
Material: Marble
Sculpture Type: Architectural
Category: Separated fragments
Placement: Frieze
Style: High Classical
Technique: High relief
Original or Copy: Original
Date: ca. 409 BC - ca. 406 BC
Dimensions: H. 0.35 m; W. 0.28 m; Th. 0.18 m
Scale: Miniature
Region: Attica
Period: High Classical
In Whole: Erechtheion Frieze

Form & Style: Brouskari reports that Pallat assigned this figure to the third position of block 5 (1) of the North side of the North Porch.

Condition: Single piece

Condition Description: This single piece preseres the lower torso and legs (lacking ankles and feet, and some drapery) of a seated figure. The surface is somewhat chipped.

Material Description: Pentelic

Associated Building: Athens, Erechtheion

Sources Used: Brouskari 1974, 155, fig. 326

Other Bibliography: Boulter 1970, 11 no. 10, pls. 8-9; Caskey et al. 1927, 249 no. 10