The Road between the Prytaneum and the Square of Domitianus was known as the Sacred Walkway.
It lead to the Harbor where Ships would sail to these Island of Delos. In the Classical Period this Island was considered birth Place of Artemis. An Annual festival was held on Delos, with various performances celebrating and reenacting the the birth of the Goddess.
At the foot of the Slope, the Two figures carved on the Pedestals are Asclepius, the God of Medicine and Healing and Hermes a mystery of the Gods.
Hermes is depicted as naked and holding a Ram's horn in one hand and a Staff in the other.
A Three Legged copper pitcher known as a tripod used in drinking ceremonies is depicted on the other side of the plinth of a snake.
On the plinth on the other side of the part a similar depiction of Hermes, this time with a tripod over a plata can be seen.