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Archaic ancinet Greek marble statue of a seated Artemis, circa 640 BC fom Asea, Arcadia. Athens National Archaeological Museum cat no 6. Against black.

The seated goddess wears a chiton and sits on a throne. The word 'Hegemone' carved on the footstall is associated with Artemis or the Mother of the Gods.
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Archaic ancinet Greek marble statue of a seated Artemis, circa 640 BC fom Asea, Arcadia.  Athens National Archaeological Museum cat no 6.  Against black.<br />
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The seated goddess wears a chiton and sits on a throne. The word 'Hegemone' carved on the footstall is associated with Artemis or the Mother of the Gods.