Behind her (Leto) the huntress Artemis, her daughter, fits her bow with an arrow as she strides over Styphelos’ dead body […]. She faces a youthful, naked Giant (Otos?) with a round shield and helmet, while her hunting dog bites the neck of another bearded, snakelegged Giant […]. Concluding the frieze at its southern extent is the three-bodied Titan Hekate, an enigmatic goddess of boundaries and sorcery. Protected by around shield, she attacks her opponent with a torch, spear, and sword. The muscular, snake-legged Giant Klytios hoists a boulder over his head, readying to sling it at Hekate, while the goddess’s dog bites his thigh. Here again the composition of the frieze is repeated for a framing effect: Klytios raises his boulder just as Apollo’s opponent does, the rockslinging Giants serving to bookend the Apolline family grouping.