Collection: Athens, Acropolis Museum
Title: Fragments of the potter relief
Context: From Athens, Acropolis
Findspot: Found at Athens, Acropolis (found E of the Erechtheion in 1887)
Summary: A seated man holding a kylix
Object Function: Votive
Material: Marble
Sculpture Type: Stele, relief-decorated
Category: Separated fragments
Style: Late Archaic
Technique: Medium relief
Original or Copy: Original
Date: ca. 520 BC - ca. 510 BC
Scale: Miniature (pictorial field)
Region: Attica
Period: Late Archaic
In Whole: Potter Relief


Subject Description: See Potter Relief

Condition: Intact

Condition Description: Restored from fragments. Paint traces remain on the himation (red) and background (blue).

Material Description: Pentelic marble, according to Brouskari

Inscription: See Athens, Agora I 4571

Sources Used: Brouskari 1974, 131-32, fig. 251

Other Bibliography: Berger 1970, 98-99, fig. 119, 183 n. 254; Karouzos 1961, 52 E 16, 53; Lippold 1950, 85; Raubitschek 1949, 75 no. 70; Beazley 1946; Payne 1936, 48, pls. 129-30; Schuchhardt in Langlotz & Schuchhardt 1943, 301 no. 422, pl. 176; Dickins 1912, 272