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One issue with this theory is that we do have evidence for two korai, though not from the Athenian Acropolis, who were accompanied by inscriptions stating the names of those women for whom they were dedicated. The first kore falling into this category is Nikandre (Fig 22). 146 Dated to ca. 75m high without her base. She is carved from marble, but her form is quite flat and plank-like, suggesting a sculptural lineage that leads back to the carving of statues from trees and wooden planks. She wears a tight peplos with a belt at her waist and her hair falls straight down in a vertically-textured mass.
According to Stieber, we cannot consider the korai as, “full-fledged portraits in the 131 Stieber 67 Stieber 45 133 Stieber 47 134 Stieber 67‐68 135 Stieber 61 132 51 traditional sense,” because we cannot identify them with specific, named individuals, but they may be examples of early forays into portraiture and attempts to examine the representation of the idea of personal likeness. ”136 Much general scholarship seems to brush the idea of likeness and portraiture in archaic art aside; Stieber presents a recently-published find as evidence to the contrary.
62 Lechat (1903) 265 63 Lechat (1903) 266 31 The other substantial side to this interpretive position is based on physical characteristics of the statues that relate to the addition of attributes. Images of gods in Greek vase painting and architectural sculpture are often denoted and identifiable by way of their iconography. 64 Lechat puts forward for contemplation the idea that, regardless of their accompanying attributes, the korai may still represent the goddess. 65 In addition, according to Lechat, the other votive offerings carried by the korai do not preclude them from representing the goddess, and the deprivation of the statues on the Acropolis from any sort of weaponry may mean that they were simply dedications to Athena Ergane, the patron of workers and their industries,66 as opposed to Athenas Parthenos or Polias.