|Collection:||Athens, National Archaeological Museum|
|Context:||Probably from Loukou (Kynouria)|
|Findspot:||Found at the Monastery at Loukou (Kynouria), where it had been kept before 1821.|
|Summary:||Asklepios with his children and worshipping family|
|Sculpture Type:||Stele, relief-decorated|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 400 BC - ca. 350 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.53 m, L. 0.74 m|
Subject Description: At left a family group of worshipers, two women, two men, and two boys face Asklepios, leaning on a staff, with his sons, Podaleirios, Machaon, and his daughters, Iaso, Akeso, and Panakeia. A sacrificial pig has been placed at the feet of Asklepios. The divinities are represented at a larger scale than the mortals.
Form & Style: Probably the work of an Attic sculptor.
Condition Description: Top and bottom edges damaged.
Inscription: Modern inscription
Kept in a monastery at Loukou until 1821