For another example of the type showing Attis seated and holding the flute with both hands see R. Kekulé von Stradonitz and F. Winter, Die antiken Terrakotten, Vol. III, Part 2: Die Typen der figürlichen Terrakotten, Berlin , 1903, p. 371, no. 7; for Attis seated and holding the flute in his right hand and his shepherd's crook in his left hand see p. 371, no. 8. For an exhaustive list of all known statuettes of Attis from Amphipolis see M.J. Vermaseren, Corpus cultus Cybelae attidisque (CCCA), vol. 3, Leiden, 1989, pp. 72ff, nos. 224-295, pls. LIII-LXIII.