Glyptothek, Munich, Germany
Artist/Maker Unknown
Greek archer (so called “Teucer”), figure W-IV of the west pediment of the Temple of Aphaia, ca. 505–500 BC.

Dimensions H. 103 cm

Credit line Figures of the pediments of the Temple of Aphaia were found in 1811, and acquired in 1813 by Ludwig I of Bavaria for the Glyptothek.
Accession number Inv. 77
Location Room 7 (Saal der Westgiebelgruppe des tempels von Ägina)

Photographer/source User:Bibi Saint-Pol, own work, 2007-02-08

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