His feet are missing, but it is clear that his left leg is advanced forward. He stands draped in a tunic with shallow vertical folds. It stretches tightly around his body, arms and legs. Over the tunic is what appears to be an outer tunic that falls to the waist. There are red bands near the border of the neckline.
Sanctuary of Golgoi–Ayios Photios
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