|Collection:||Athens, National Archaeological Museum|
|Title:||Votive relief showing Asklepios and his family|
|Context:||From Athens, Acropolis (S. Slope)|
|Findspot:||Excavated at Athens, Acropolis, Asklepieion (South Slope)|
|Summary:||Seated Asklepios and his family|
|Sculpture Type:||Stele, relief-decorated|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 350 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.53 m; W. 0.68 m|
|Scale:||Miniature (pictorial field)|
Subject Description: Asklepios, seated on an elaborate stool, faces profile to the right. He is surrounded by several young female figures, probably his daughters (Akeso, Iaso, and Panakeia are noted in the inscription): Panakeia, the youngest, stands to his left side (i.e., she is shown behind him) and the god puts his arm around her. Another goddess, his wife Epione (identified by part of an inscription) sits in front of him. The lower portion of a kneeling boy (?), perhaps a worshipper, is shown in the lower right.
Condition Description: Two fragments comprising the left third and part of the middle of a relief. The surface is in a poor state of preservation.
Technique Description: Near the daughters of Asklepios are inscribed their names:
Associated Building: Athens, Asklepieion