Entrail Roaster

A household slave, a favourite of Pericles, first citizen of Athens, when engaged in building the temple on the Acropolis, crawled on the top of the high roof and fell. He is said to have been cured by Perdicium or parthenium, which in a dream was prescribed to Pericles by Minerva; therefore it began to be called parthenium, and was consecrated to that goddess. This is the slave whose portrait was cast in bronze, the famous Entrail Roaster.

Styppax of Cyprus is known for a single statue, his Man Cooking Tripe, which represented a domestic slave of Pericles roasting innards and puffing out his cheeks as he kindles the fire with his breath.