The four reliefs presented here are kept at the Archaeological Museum of Tessalonike. They all date to the Imperial period and are either from Tessalonike and sites in Western Macedonia or of un-known provenance. These sites belong to the Second, the Fourth and possibly the Third meris. With one exception, where Artemis is depicted with Apollo, the votive reliefs are dedicated to Artemis; and this is the most important element of their correlation here. Apart from publishing the above-men-tioned reliefs – which are also included in vol. IV of the Catalogue of Sculpture of the Archaeological Museum of Tessalonike–, the present study aims at presenting observations based on comparison with similar monuments, regarding changes in iconography, style and typology. Elements concerning the cult of Artemis and other related deities during the Roman period are also discussed. Tis might help us to better comprehend the art, cults, and identity of the population of northern Greece during this period.