The frieze

View of the west and south frieze
Copy of block II of the west frieze

Two horsemen galloping. 442-438 BC

Block III of the west frieze

Horseman in front of his horse with a marshal and an assistant. 442-438 BC (Acr. 20.017. Fragment in Munich)

Block IV of the west frieze

Two horsemen galloping. The bearded horseman possible represents one of the two Hipparchs of the Athenian cavalry. 442-438 BC (Acr. 20.018)

Block VIII of the west frieze

Depiction of a rider trying to control his horse. Considered to be a work of the sculptor Pheidias. 442–438 BC (Acr. 20.022)

Block IX of the west frieze

Two horsemen galloping. 442-438 BC (Acr. 20.023)

Block XXXIV of the north frieze

Two horsemen galloping with a young marshal between them. 442-438 BC (Acr. 863)

Block VI of the east frieze

A depiction of the gods Poseidon, Apollo and Aphrodite, on whose knees is perched a winged Eros. 442-438 BC (Acr. 856 and fragments Acr. 1226+. Two fragments in the BM, one fragment in Palermo)