|Title:||Fragment of Brother and Sister Stele|
|Findspot:||Said to be found at Athens (by one account, but by another it was said to have been found near Olympos in south Attica)|
|Summary:||Head of young girl holding flower|
|Sculpture Type:||Stele, relief-decorated|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 540 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. 0.57 m; W. 0.30 m; D. 0.18 m; H. of relief 0.014 m|
|In Whole:||Brother and Sister Stele|
Condition: Single fragment
Condition Description: Fragment from right side of tall stele, comprised of four pieces. Some weathering, but surface in generally good condition where preserved. Traces of red paint on background, hair, and pupils of eyes.
Material Description: 'Pentelic' (according to Blüe
Collection History: Acquired in 1901 from the art market.