ca. 525 BCE (creation)
"The Gigantomachy pediment belongs to the Old Temple of Athena...The compositions on the pediments consist of larger than life-size statues carved in Parian marble, which are attributed to an important Athenian sculptor, either Antenor or Endoios. The subject of the east pediment is the Gigantomachy, the battle between the gods of Olympos and the revolted giants, in which Athena played a leading role."
Vlassopoulou, Christina; The Athenian Acropolis: The Monuments and the Museum, Athens: Hellenic Ministry of Culture Archaeological Receipts Fund, 2006 (960-214-509-9)
deities, figure, female
Sculpture and Installations
sculpture; body sculpture
New Acropolis Museum (Athens, Perifereia Protevousis, Greece)
2 m (height)