|Collection:||Athens, National Archaeological Museum|
|Title:||Votive to the Apolline Triad|
|Findspot:||Found at Thessaly, Larisa|
|Summary:||Apollo, Leto, and Artemis|
|Sculpture Type:||Stele, relief-decorated|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 300 BC - ca. 250 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.59 m; W. 0.61 m|
|Scale:||Miniature (pictorial field)|
Subject Description: In the center stands Leto, in a nearly frontal pose, with her weight on her right leg. She wears a himation veiled over a chiton, holds a scepter upright in her upraised left hand, and holds an offering bowl--a phiale--in her oustretched right hand. To her right stands Apollo, nearly profile to the right, in the attire of a kithara player (his kithara is articulated in low relief). His sister, Artemis, stands opposite him, shown in 3/4-view to the left. She wears a sleeveless double chiton, and a quiver slung over her shoulder. She holds her bow in her left hand, and her sacred deer stands at her right side.
Form & Style: The relief is crowned by a shallow pediment, adorned with three palmette akroteria.
Condition Description: The pediment is worn, and details of the relief surface have worn off.