Collection: Athens, National Archaeological Museum
Title: Head of a Warrior from Aegina
Context: From Aegina, Harbor
Findspot: Found at Aegina, near the Temple of Aphrodite (in 1920)
Summary: Head of a defeated warrior, with his tongue protruding from between his pursed lips.
Material: Marble
Sculpture Type: Architectural
Category: Separated fragments
Placement: Pediment
Style: Early Classical
Technique: Very high relief
Original or Copy: Original
Date: ca. 480 BC - ca. 470 BC
Dimensions: H. 0.17 m; L. 0.17 m
Scale: Under life-size
Region: Attica
Period: Early Classical

Form & Style: Karouzou suggets that this was the work of an Argive artist.

Condition: Head only (nearly complete)

Associated Building: Aegina, Temple of Aphrodite?

Sources Used: Karouzou 1968, 24-25