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View of the capital of a column that was crowned by acanthus leaves that were topped by three women wearing transparent chiton and bearing baskets on their heads.
This column supported a tripod cauldron. It was donated by the Athenians ca. 330 B.C.
This artifact is located in the Delphi Museum.
For a brief description of Delphi Click Here.