Above, an acroterion, formed of acanthus leaves and palmette combined (fig. 24).
An ever present feature, also, is the palmette acroterium, treated in conventional ceramic style.
The handle curves gracefully to the back of the jawbones, where it is attached to a palmette.
In some cases the rosette and the palmette are introduced in a single picture .
On the east side there was also a palmette pattern on the side of the throne.
The stel is surmounted by a rounded top as if for a palmette, which may have been painted.
On the west side the chair of the figure on the right was painted with palmette ornament.
Acroterion, from a stel, of palmette form, springing from acanthus leaves.
Their leading ornamental types may be traced to Asiatic prototypes—the palmette and the rosette, for instance.
Fragment of an acroterion of a stel in form of a palmette springing from acanthus leaves.