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- Empedokles: "The likeness is terrifyingly good, don't you think?"
- Kassandra: "Terrifying, yes."
- ―Empedokles and Kassandra discussing the statue
The Statue of Empedokles was a half-wrought statue dedicated to Empedokles, the self-proclaimed 'god', located south of the Murex Dyeing Facility in Aphrodite's Watch on Kythera Island during the 5th century BCE.
During the Peloponnesian War, the Spartan misthios Kassandra was drawn to the place by the row between a man and a priestess of Aphrodite. She also returned to the place after saving Empedokles from his imprisonment, finding the man from before stoned to death.
The fanatic and the priestess arguing in front of the statue
The Empedoklite stoned to death in front of the statue