The treatment of the drapery and the vigorous forward movement of this Artemis compare to the Artemis Colonna type, named for the example now in the Staatliche Museen, Berlin, fig. 356 in Bieber, Ancient Copies. They differ in that the Artemis Colonna wears only a peplos, while here the goddess wears a himation over a chiton, but the overall effect of the clinging garments restrained by a baldric is the same for both statues. The absence of the quiver suspended by the baldric over her right shoulder is noted on a number of examples, including the Artemis of Dresden type (see the example in the Louvre, no. 80 in Pasquier and Martinez, et al., Praxitéle). Some ancient copyists add other attributes to convert the basic sculptural type into other figures, including an Ariadne now in the British Museum, and a Tyche now in the Glyptothek, Munich, figs. 353 and 355 in Bieber, op. cit.