4648. Bronze statuette of Artemis. The very careful workmanship is apparent in spite of the bad state of preservation. The goddess wears a high-girded Attic peplos and a himation. She was holding a libation bowl in her right hand and a bow in her left hand. The type belongs to the school of Praxiteles, known from the Attic reliefs of the end of the 4th century B.C.
Keywords: bronze statue statuette of Artemis Artemide Diana from Piraeus Peiraeus quiver strap female clothes garments outerwear high-girded Attic peplos and himation belt girdle school of sculptor Praxiteles scultore Prassitele Inv No 4648