Fragmented statuary composition of the god Hercules with Erymanthian boar, of which is preserved part of the statue support, part of the lower left leg of a man and head of Erymanthian boar. At the support upper part there are visible lion’s paws. Head of the Erymanthian boar is modeled in low relief, while stylistic features and careful design allow the assumption of high-quality sculpture. Fragmented representation of Hercules with Erymanthian boar shows one of 12 labors of the deity – slaying the dangerous animal and analogously to similar Roman representations, probably is presented within dodecathlon cycles where boar is symbolically presented beside the god (as opposed to the Greek representations depicting boar below the Hercules’ feet or Hercules carrying the slayed beast on his shoulders). Statuary composition of Hercules with Erymanthian boar from Mediana is dated to the middle of the 4th century.