Part of a Psi-type figurine. The precise location it was found on the Acropolis is not known. The lowest body part is short and tubular with a slightly flattened bottom. The breasts have been made separately and they are painted brown-black. The wavy lines on the chest may belong to a necklace. The rest of the body is covered in horizontal and diagonal bands which render the garment details.
Figurines of this type are often found at sanctuaries, graves, even houses. They have been interpreted as deities, nurturers or mere dedications. However, their constant retrieval in children burials has led some researchers to suggest that they were also used as toys. On the Acropolis they were most likely votives by individuals to a fertility deity, perhaps to the goddess Athena, whom they sometimes portray.