This metope, the 26th in the original series, is from the eastern half of the south side of the temple.
On the metope are represented the deeds of Theseus in beautiful reliefs.
There are on this metope some remains of the bead and reel moulding on the upper margin.
As the tragic poet fills the stage with the legend, so the sculptor fills the metope with the legend.
This metope seems in the same state as when drawn by Carrey.
This metope, though in a fragmentary state, appears to represent the rape of a woman by a nude male figure.
For the term "metope" is used of the intervals between dentils as well as of those between triglyphs.
Fragment with the upper moulding of a metope, and with a circular object in relief, which has a round depression in the centre.
There is a careful drawing of this metope by 145 Feodor in the British Museum, taken when it was in a considerably better state.
The left arm is concealed in the chlamys, which Theseus wears in this metope.