- Museum number
Fragment of carved limestone relief: showing a figure wearing so-called "Median dress" of a tunic worn over trousers with a soft cap extending over the mouth and a decorative metal buckle. He is wearing an 'akinakes' (short sword) slung on his right thigh and suspended from the figure's lower belt and secured with a cord around his leg. The figure is holding a covered stemmed goblet and advancing right, ascending a flight of stairs.
- Production date
- 358BC-338BC (?)
Height: 75 centimetres
Weight: 63 kilograms (weighed for G52, March 2007)
Thickness: 13 centimetres
Width: 40 centimetres
- On display (G52/dc5)
- Exhibition history
2006 7 Mar-11 Jun, Barcelona, Fundacion La Caixa, 'L'imperi Oblidat'
2005-2006 Sept-Jan, London, BM, 'Forgotten Empire'
1995-2005 17 Nov-Aug, BM, G52/IRAN/ex-case
- Incomplete; loss of surface to the lower face of the figure; the cleaned area between the feet and above the step may correspond to area previously numbered or lettered.
- Acquisition date
- Middle East
- BM/Big number
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: E.25275 (Old big.no)