The horse, probably once part of a horse-and-rider group, is solid and possibly mold-made; the face is heavily retouched. This figurine may have been made in the same Kourion workshop as the horse statuette, 74.51.1809.
Said to be from the temple of Apollo Hylates at Kourion
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