|Collection:||Athens, Acropolis Museum|
|Context:||From Athens, Acropolis|
|Findspot:||Found at Athens, Acropolis (found in 1887 East of the Erechtheion)|
|Summary:||Standing woman holding a wreath and a pomegranate|
|Sculpture Type:||Free-standing statue: kore|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 580 BC - ca. 570 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.095 m|
Subject Description: This kore wears a belted peplos (with maeander decoration) over a chiton (the right buttoned sleeve emerges from beneath the epiblema), with an epiblema thrown over her shoulders. The corners of the epiblema her weighed down with large tassels. She holds a wreath in her right hand, and a pomegranate in her left hand, which she holds close to her chest. A necklace of beaded pendants (thre of which are preserved) adorns her throat. Her hair falls smoothly down her back, with only two curly locks at either side, while three curly locks fall over each of her shoulders, reaching down to her waist.
Condition Description: Missing the head (above the neck) and the lower legs and feet; chipped at the ends of the hair, and the right thumb, and the neck.
Material Description: Pentelic, according to Brouskari