Above, an acroterion, formed of acanthus leaves and palmette combined (fig. 24).
The acroterion; the figures beside it; the lions, and the Gryphons here exhibited, are repetitions of those of the west pediment.
The acroterion, which originally surmounted the east pediment, was larger and more important than that of the west.
Antefixal ornament or acroterion from the temple of Demeter at Eleusis.
Plain stel of Hippocrates and Baukis; surmounted by an acroterion in low relief, of palmette form.
acroterion, from a stel, of palmette form, springing from acanthus leaves.
Fragment of a plain stel, surmounted by an acroterion, in the form of a palmette in low relief, springing from acanthus leaves.
Fragment of an acroterion of a stel in form of a palmette springing from acanthus leaves.
Stel, with two rosettes in front and one at each side; surmounted by acroterion.
Two rosettes in front and one on each side; above an acroterion, of which the top is wanting.