Description: quadrangular altar of dark grey-blue stone, broken at top, front badly worn; ornamented with wreathes, (on front and rear) heads of deer, (on right and left faces) bosses or paterae0.91 m (height), 0.51 m (width), 0.365 m (depth)0.01 m
Create Date: beginning of 2nd c. BC (Albrecht)
Discovery: Khaironeia (Kaprouna, Kapraina)(16 May 1852)(Note: excavated near taverna)
Original Location: Khaironeia
Current Location: Khaironeia museum(23 July 1995)(Note: at top of preserved right face)
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