A pair of carved feet, probably an apprentice practice piece, on two sides of a block.
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A large number of carved feet have been found at Aphrodisias, many of them of relatively low quality, which seem to have been produced by apprentices or trainee sculptors in the city. Feet were probably used as subjects because they are fairly complicated anatomically, because the pieces of stone on which they were carved could be laid down on a flat surface, and because the sculptors could use their own feet as models. This example shows that the same piece of stone could be used for multiple attempts or by more than one trainee.