Fragmented statue of Dardanian supreme goddess, head over which a veil was draped, is missing. The deity’s body relies on the left leg while right leg is slightly bent at the knee and moved backward. The goddess Dardania is dressed in a long chiton and in her left stretched hand is holding a bag of money, while in her right hand of the arm bent at the elbow, she is holding a small figure of an ox. Next to the goddess’s left leg a head of a wild boar is presented, above which is a double-edged ax – labris. Attributes that the goddess holds in her hands, as well as wild boar and double-edged ax, point to the goddess as the patron of nature, animals and natural resources (minerals, grains etc.). Himation of the goddess Dardania from Mediana is presented in linear schematized folds, while hands and details of animal traits are also modeled rather poorly. Due to those reasons, but also analogously to other iconographic representations, this statue is dated to the period from the second half of the 3rd to early 4th century.