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One of the two “barbarian slaves” that are from the Captives Façade that was located where the Lechaion road joined the agora.
These “barbarian slaves” were in fact “atlantes”—columns that were in the form of male figures. There were at least four of them on the second level of the Captives Façade.
Artifact on display in the museum at Corinth.