after Phidias (5th century BC)
Miniature plaster replica of the Parthenon frieze, framed in sections in mahogany cases with glass on top. The frieze sculpture relief is moulded in section and the sections joined within the frame. b). A long frame containing 11 sections of plaster relief, the movement being towards the right. A horse and a bull lead the procession with women behind, then horses and chariots, followed by cavaliers with flat hats, then soldiers on horseback. One end of the frame missing, plaster cracked. See Sc/105a for photo. See also CAL/SC/105a-m.
Makers and roles
after Phidias (5th century BC), sculptor