Temple of Aphaia: East Pediment, ca. 480 (scene whows the First Trojan War, with earlier heroes, Heracles et al.)

Near the apex stand a Greek champion and his opponent.

The most recognizable figure is Heracles, the archer. Notice the tension in his muscles, the balance of weight suggesting rhythmos, in front and rear views.

Oriental features persist in this Face of a Comrade.

But the most dramatic contrast in technique from the earlier West pediment to this later monument is the Dying Warrior, tucked into the eaves.