Depictions of Apollo in association with the omphalos usually show him seated upon it, as with the coinage of Antiochos I, circa 280-261 B.C. (see pl. 555 in Jenkins, Ancient Greek Coins). A Roman marble in the Museo Archeologico Nazionale of Venice (no. 238 in Lambrinudakis, et al., "Apollon" in LIMC) has been wrongly restored with the god playing his kithara and resting his foot on a tree stump. This may be a true reflection of the lost Greek original on which the Morven bronze is a reflection.