Detail of the unfinished Poseidon (or Perseus?) from the Sculptor's Workshop.
This statue, which is very damaged, appears to have sat in the Sculptor's Workshop for some time. On the base a range of different toolmarks are visible which might indicate that it was used as a test piece by carvers (perhaps apprentices?) in the workshop. It is also usually dated on stylistic grounds to the 2nd or 3rd centuries AD and might, therefore, pre-date the workshop.