|Collection:||Athens, Acropolis Museum|
|Title:||Relief from a document (?)|
|Findspot:||Said to be found at Athens, probably Acropolis|
|Sculpture Type:||Stele, relief-decorated|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 380 BC - ca. 370 BC|
|Dimensions:||P.H. 0.18 m; P.W. 0.23 m; Th. 0.08 m; P.H. (stele) 0.18 m; D. (relief) 0.005 m|
|Scale:||Miniature (pictorial field)|
Subject Description: Athena (upper half preserved, but heavily eroded) standing 3/4-view to the left, wearing a helmet that overlaps the border, raises her right hand, probably holding a painted spear, and rests her left elbow or hand on the shield leaning on her left side; a female figure at nearly the same scale, perhaps Boule (again, only the upper part is preserved), standing 3/4-view to the left, wearing a peplos or a chiton and a himation draped over her bent left arm, and a sakkos, holds her right hand at her side.
Form & Style: The relief is framed above by a moulding (H. 0.07 m) comprised of a worn upper course, an ovolo, and a plain fillet.
Condition: Single piece
Condition Description: A single fragment preserves part of the top and right edges, otherwise the piece is broken all around; back rough-picked; surface very worn and corroded.
Material Description: White, medium-grained marble