Origin of metope
Examples from the Web for metope
In this metope, the 28th in the original series, the Centaur is victorious; the Lapith lies dead under his feet.
There is a careful drawing of this metope by 145 Feodor in the British Museum, taken when it was in a considerably better state.
From Carrey's drawing, taken when this metope was nearly complete, we learn what the action was.
This metope, though in a fragmentary state, appears to represent the rape of a woman by a nude male figure.
This metope was formed of two slabs, of which the upper is wanting.