The boy sits on a roughly elliptical plinth. He is dressed in a short-sleeved chiton and a garment above it that reaches his ankles. With his right hand, he holds a cock that rests on the boy's left leg and foot. He wears a chain with pendants, signet rings, etc. across his chest. He has a round, flat face and wears rings on his ear lobes. Grooves mark his short hair.
From Kourion, sanctuary of Apollo Hylates
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