Title: Naiskos with Cybele
WorkType: reliefs
Identifier: olvwork353743
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Naiskos with Cybele
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Title:  Naiskos with Cybele
Alternate Title: Relief of Kybele
Alternate Title: Relief of the Mother Goddess
Work Type:  reliefs
Date:  -325--300
Dimensions:  Height: 45 cm; width: 27 cm
Associated Name:  Cybele (Goddess), subject
Pan (Greek deity), subject
Location:  Subject: Metroon, Agora, Athens, Attica, Greece
discovery: Athens, Agora. Enneakrounos Fountain. Athens, Attica, Greece
Topics:  sculpture; naiskoi; goddesses; votive offerings; pilasters; epistyles; pediments; acroteria; stools; lions; paterae (containers); drums; chitons; himations; poloi
Style/Period:  Late Classical
Nationality/Culture:  Greek
Materials/Techniques:  Hymettian marble
relief
Note:  Citation/references: Kaltsas, N. Sculpture in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Tr. Dr. David Hardy. (Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2002), p. 233, no. 491.
Icon: The top of the left pilaster shows an image of Pan in low relief.
Repository:  National Museum, Athens, Attica, Greece (after Ancient)
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Title:  Relief of Kybele
Creator:  Koester, Helmut (1926-), photographer
Associated Name:  Research Team for New Testament and Archaeology (1970-)
Note:  Note-General: 40mm slide
Repository:  Andover-Harvard Theological Library, Harvard Divinity School
Record Identifier: olvwork353743


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