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Van Straten R48 (= Svoronos pl. : Zeus altar six worshippers (one child) servant kanoun? : Zeus/ Hades altar? : Zeus/Hades phiale? : Zeus phiale altar three worshippers (one child) +Edelmann E4 (= LIMC Zeus 201) Athens NM 1779, 4th C. van Straten R45 (= Svoronos pl. : Zeus/Hades cornucopia phiale goddess w. : Zeus/Hades phiale, goddess? : Zeus/Hades worshipper w. fish Edelmann B20 (= Svoronos pl. : snake two worshippers Athena12 altar *van Straten R59 (= Mangold pl. ) maid kiste 46 Richard Hamilton #van Straten R60 (= Mangold pl.
Whereas we find a group of worshippers in two-thirds of the reliefs and altars in almost half, we find animal in only a quarter and kiste in only an eighth. The kiste, then, is a grace note, an attractive visual complement to the animal but in no way essential to the offering that is represented by the votive. We always find the divinity and usually find the worshipper, often with family, sometimes with offering, rarely with kiste. This is what the numbers tell us. Statistics, then, have limits.