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[Above View of the Odeion of Herodes Atticus]
Photograph of the Odeion of Herodes Atticus in the Acropolis of Athens, Greece. The photograph was taken on the hillside above the odeion. A stone pathway is visible in the foreground above the odeion. A street and the city of Athens are visible behind the odeion in the background.
[Acropolis]
Photograph of the Acropolis in Athens, Greece. In the right foreground, a group of people sits beside a row of columns. Another row of columns is visible in the center background.
[Acropolis]
Photograph of the Arcopolis in Athens, Greece. Trees and shrubs fill the foreground leading up to a stone hill. Numerous columned structures are visible on the hillside. A hill is visible in the far right background.
[Aegina]
Photograph of the Temple of Aphaia on the greek island of Aegina. In the foreground, four stone columns are visible; trees and the sea are visible in the background. The temple was built in 490 BCE.
Aphrodite, Eros and Pan
From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total from front center.
Aphrodite of Melos
From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
[Archway]
Photograph of Olympia, Greece. In the foreground, a stone archway and stone wall are visible; a large tree grows from the hillside on the left side of the foreground.
The Barberini Supplicant
Total from front center. From the Greek Classical Period.
Battle of a Mounted Amazon and a Barbarian
Total from front of sculpture depicting Battle of a Mounted Amazon and a Barbarian. Roman copy of the Antonine era (138-192 AD). From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Battle of a Mounted Amazon and a Barbarian
Detail of a fallen Barbarian from a sculpture entitled Battle of a Mounted Amazon and a Barbarian. Roman copy of the Antonine era (138-192 AD). From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Battle of a Mounted Amazon and a Barbarian
Detail: Amazon with gossamer drapery in sculpture entitled Battle of a Mounted Amazon and a Barbarian. Roman copy of the Antonine era (138-192 AD). From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Arachaic Period
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Opposite side: Dionysos with successful hunters (det ht= 19cm)
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Hercules and Athena (black-fig., by Lysippedes painter)
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Athena and Hercules.
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Opposite side: Athena, Hermes, Hercules with servant
Black-figured and Red-figured Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Hercules and Athena (red-figured).
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period. Statue of Athena; Neoptolemos murdering Astyanax, Priam
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period. Main subject and shoulder frieze.
Black-figured Hydria
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Neck-Amphora
From the Greek Archain Period. Opposite side: scene of the underworld, Sisyphus
Black-figured Neck-Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period.
Black-figured Neck-Amphora
From the Greek Archaic Period. Det: Sisyphus (12cm h.)
Borghese Marble Vase
From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total view from West, Ariadne with Lyre, Dionysos.
Centaur and Lapith Woman
Total from front center of sculpture depicting a centaur and Lapith woman. From the Greek Classical Period, originated in Akropolis, Parthenon.
The Choragic Monument of Lysicrates
The monument is seen from the south and without its pedestal. A small portion of a modern building can be seen in the background.
The Choragic Monument of Lysicrates
The monument is seen amid ruins as well as modern buildings. Some people are also seen in this view.
The Choragic Monument of Lysicrates
The monument is shown in this view without its pedestal.
The Choragic Monument of Lysicrates
The monument is seen amid ruins as well as modern structures. Some people are also visible.
[Church of St. Demetrius]
Photograph of the Church of St. Demetrius in Mistras, Greece. In the foreground, the church is visible from above. Behind the church, the surrounding farmland and mountains spread out into the background.
[Cistern]
Photograph of a cistern on the island of Delos, Greece. The ruins of a cistern are visible in the foreground. In the background, a small sliver of the sea, more ruins, and sky are visible.
The Citadel
A close view inside the citadel ruins is shown. Grave Circle A is shown in its excavated condition.
The Citadel
A close view inside the citadel ruins is shown. A circular structure's base is shown.
The Citadel
The view is from the interior outward toward some stairs.
The Citadel
The view is up the stairs from the fortified entry of the west bastion.
The Citadel
The view is of the fortified entrance.
The Citadel
The citadel is seen in its mountainous setting.
The Citadel
The interior view of the citadel shows the back side of the Lion Gate and a portion of the excavated grave circle.
The Citadel
The view shows the northern edge of the citadel and the surrounding landscape.
The Citadel
Dwellings south of the grave circle A are visible in this view towards the south.
The Citadel
The view is down toward the northwest from the palace.
The Citadel
A close view of the grave circle is shown.
The Citadel
The upper portions of the citadel are seen and at the right hand side of the image are some modern buildings as well.
The Citadel
The upper portion of the Mycenaean citadel are seen in close detail.
The Citadel
The view is toward the fortified entry through the corbel gallery.