|Collection:||Athens, Acropolis Museum|
|Context:||From Athens, Acropolis|
|Findspot:||Found at Athens, Acropolis|
|Summary:||Lower part of a female figure, perhaps that of Nike or Athena, running to the right|
|Sculpture Type:||Free-standing statue|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 500 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.56 m|
Subject Description: A woman or goddess, perhaps Nike, runs to the right (as indicated by the sharp bend of the knees). She may have belted or otherwise held the sides of her skirt so that her calves are left bare, while drapery falls between her feet. She treads lightly on the plinth below her, with only her toes touching.
Condition Description: This piece is comprised of three or more rejoined fragments that constitute most of the statue below the waist (missing the lower left leg and knee), and the plinth to which it was attached (including the front of the left foot). The lower right leg is stained.
Material Description: Island marble (translucent), according to Brouskari