sculpted stone pillar topped with a head
a statue of the head of a Greek god set on a square stone pillar.
A statue that has the head and torso of a human, but the lower part of which is a plain, tapering pillar of rectangular shape. Used primarily for architectural decoration.
a statue consisting of a squared stone pillar with a carved head (usually a bearded Hermes) on top; used in ancient Greece as a boundary marker or signpost
A tapering pilaster which, in ancient Greece, was sculpted with the head of a god (usually Hermes). More generally, it now indicates any sculpture representing a human bust.
A representation of a head of Hermes, rising from a columnar pedestal.
a statue in the form of a square stone pillar surmounted by a bust or head, usually of Hermes, and used as a boundary marker in ancient Greece and for decorative purposes in later periods
A pillar usually with a head on its top.
A squared stone pillar on a tapering base with a head (originally of Hermes but later of any god or important person) on top, used as a boundary marker.