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510013491

Votive relief, limestone, found at Livadia, Boeotia. The relief is a dedication to the god=seer Trophonios, whose oracle was near Livadia. Cybele is depicted at the left, seated on a throne, with a priestess in front of her, holding a key. The figure next to her is the initiate. He is followed by Dionysus, Pan and Hekate holding two torches. In the centre is Trophonios flanked by snakes. To his left are three Kouretes holding shields. The Dioskouroi are at the right edge with four worshippers. 350-325 BC

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Votive relief, limestone, found at Livadia, Boeotia.  The relief is a dedication to the god=seer Trophonios, whose oracle was near Livadia.  Cybele is depicted at the left, seated on a throne, with a priestess in front of her, holding a key. The figure next to her is the initiate.  He is followed by Dionysus, Pan and Hekate holding two torches.  In the centre is Trophonios flanked by snakes. To his left are three Kouretes holding shields. The Dioskouroi are at the right edge with four worshippers. 350-325 BC