There are preserved fragment of a pedestal with a column, figure of a boy Telephus and four-legged animal, probably a hind. The boy is shown with the right hand raised while with his left hand he is touching the animal’s head. The boy’s look is directed upward to the statue of Hercules, which has not been preserved. The Telephus’s nude body is sculptured with gentleness and fullness of a real child’s body, with attention paid to details during the modeling (navel, genitals). Boy’s facial features are so damaged that are almost unrecognizable. However, longer, wavy hair is clearly visible. Fragmented sculptural group of Hercules with Telephus is dated to the end of the 3rd and beginning of the 4th century.