Nike of Paionios, Archaeological Museum of Olympia, Greece, 2017.10.12
Nike of Paionios, Archaeological Museum of Olympia, Greece, 2017.10.12.
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"The Nike of Paionios is an ancient statue of the Greek goddess of victory, Nike, made by sculptor Paionios in 425–420 BC. Made of Parian marble, the statue was restored from many fragments, but is lacking face, neck, forearms, part of left leg, toes and some fragments of drapery. It also had wings. The goddess is shown landing gently on her left foot, with the drapery blown against her body.

"The statue was excavated at Olympia in 1875–76 and originally stood near the temple of Zeus on a triangular 6-metre high pillar.[1] Including the pillar, the statue stood at 12 metres.[2] It has the inscription "The Messenians and the Naupaktians dedicated this statue to Zeus Olympios from the spoils of the wars. Paionios of Mende made it, who also won the competition to make the acroteria of the temple".[1] That indicates the statue was installed to honour the recapture of Sphacteria from the Spartans in 425 BC."