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. c). A long frame containing six sections of plaster (possibly three missing) showing the procession moving towards the left. Women in various postures come before figures bringing a ram and others carrying dishes and other loads. After a group of musicians come sacrificial cattle, then more chariots. Glass missing and plaster missing and cracked. See Sc/105a for photo. See also CAL/SC/105a-m.
Makers and roles
after Phidias (5th century BC), sculptor