The present image at Tegea
was brought from the parish of Manthurenses, and among them it had the surname of Hippia （Horse Goddess）. According to their account, when the battle of the gods and giants took place the goddess drove the chariot and horses against Enceladus. Yet this goddess too has come to receive the name of Alea
among the Greeks generally and the Peloponnesians themselves. On one side of the image of Athena stands Asclepius, on the other Health, works of Scopas of Paros
in Pentelic marble.