|Collection:||Delos, Archaeological Site|
|Title:||Delian Group of Archaic Lions|
|Findspot:||Found at Delos, Lion Terrace|
|Summary:||Nine or more seated lions (originally)|
|Sculpture Type:||Multi-figure group|
|Original or Copy:||Original|
|Date:||ca. 600 BC - ca. 575 BC|
|Dimensions:||H. ca. 1.72 each|
|Scale:||Slightly over life-size|
Subject Description: The lions are unusually slim, with narrow rear haunches and small heads.
Form & Style: The lions are aligned on a terrace that is oriented NNE to SSW. Each lion turns it head roughly to the east, in the direction of the lake.
Condition Description: Five large fragments and several small pieces are preserved.
Material Description: Coarse-grained, white marble, probably from Naxos
Associated Building: Delos, Lion Terrace