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Horologium of Andronikos Kyrrhestes
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Temple at Sounion in Sanctuary of Poseidon
The view is of some of the surviving columns in close detail.
Temple of Zeus
The view is in the southwesterly direction. Portions of columns and structures from the Sanctuary of Olympia are seen.
Temple at Sounion in Sanctuary of Poseidon
The view is general and from the south.
Temple of Zeus
This general view shows some of the surviving columns.
Epidauros Theater
The view is overall and from the east.
Temple at Sounion in Sanctuary of Poseidon
The general view of the temple is from the east.
Epidauros Theater
The view shows the orchestra and seats from the east. There are people milling around the modern orchestra section.
Temple at Sounion in Sanctuary of Poseidon
The view is through the temple columns out to the Aegean Sea.
Temple at Sounion in Sanctuary of Poseidon
The view from afar shows the promontory and the temple ruins.
The Lady of Auxerre
Total from front center of sculpture entitled The Lady of Auxerre. From the Greek Archaic Period.
The Rampin Head
Total from front left of The Rampin Head (from the Akropolis). From the Greek Archaic Period.
Herakles and a Centaur
The angle of this view shows the centaur frontally.
Torso from Miletus
Total from the side. Originated in Miletus, from the Greek Classical Period.
Herakles and a Centaur
The sculptural group consists of a man fighting a centaur. There is a tree stump between them and the sculptural set rests on a black and white marble base.
Aphrodite of Melos
From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Old Market Woman
From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Doryphoros
The nude male statue is seen from the front. His weight is on one leg in contrapposto. His left arm is bent and his right arm hangs loose at his side. Behind his right leg is a tree stump that helps support the sculpture which indicates that this is a copy from the Greek original. He has short curly hair and is beardless.
Doryphoros
This 3/4 length side view of the marble Roman copy of the Greek bronze shows his left arm that hangs loosely by his side. The figure's hair is short and curly; he is clean shaven and holds his left hand up as if holding something. The pale marble stone is mottled with brown spots.
Doryphoros
The close detail view shows the head in profile. The carving marks are visible in the closely cropped hair. The marble of the face is smooth but the stone is mottled with brown specks.
Roman Amphitheater
Exterior from SE of the Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
View of outer passageway and structural piers of Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Interior detail of Roman Amphitheater, from W. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Close detail of the Roman Amphitheater: arch order. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut
Closer aerial view of the Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut from SE of temple in setting. From the New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty.
Doryphoros
The view of the sculpture is seen from a three-quarters angle from behind. The view is of the head to below the buttocks. From this angle, the support piece beneath the right hand is visible.
Anne of Austria, Fourth Wife of Philip II
Face, lace of Anne of Austria, fourth wife of Philip II.
King Philip II of Spain
Painting depicting King Philip II of Spain.
Portrait of a Lady from the House of Ruini
Painting depicting portrait of a lady from the House of Ruini.
King Philip II of Spain
Face, collar of King Philip II of Spain.
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp
Painting depicting the anatomy lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp, from the Baroque Period.
Barberini Faun
From Palazzo Barberini, Rome and the Greek Hellenistic Period. Legs, arm, rock and tree restored by Bernini. Full length front right.
Palace of Minos at Knossos
View of the magazines/storage room, with pithoi, ground floor of West wing (1994). From the Late Minoan I Period.
Palace of Minos at Knossos
Anteroom to the Throne Room at the Palace of Minos at Knossos, w wooden throne replica & porphory basin for ritual cleansing (1994). From the Late Minoan I Period.
The West Pediment, Temple of Aphaia at Aegina, with Figures of Athena and Warriors
From Aegina (5-27, 11th) and the Greek Archaic Period. Full length front center.
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.
Fragment of Parthenon Frieze with Procession of the Argostines
Total from front center of fragment of Parthenon Frieze with Procession of the Argostines. From the Greek Classical Period, originated in Akropolis, Parthenon.
Nike (Victory) of Samothrace
From the Greek Hellenistic Period. Total from front center.
Hera of Samos
Total from front left of sculpture depicting Hera of Samos. From the Greek Archaic Period.
Porta Nigra
Total of Porta Nigra seen from the N. From the Late Roman Imperial/Early Christian Period.
Propylaia
Overall view of Propylaia from Southwest. From the Greek Classical Period.
Ludovisi Throne
Total from the front. From the Greek Classical Period.
Tomb of Pope Alexander VII Chigi
Detail of Death. Originated in Rome, St. Peter's; form the Baroque Period.
Tomb of Pope Alexander VII Chigi
Detail of Truth in profile. Originated in Rome, St. Peter's; from the Baroque Period.
Stoa of Attalos II
View along Doric colonnade, with unfluted (lower) columns of Stoa of Attalos II. From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Erechtheion (1999)
From the Greek Classical Period, the Erechtheion temple was restored in 1990s.
Erechtheion
View from Southeast with remains of the old Temple of Erechtheion (1999). From the Greek Classical Period, restored in the 1990s.
Erechtheion
Close detail of NW corner with Ionic column, entablature of Erechtheion (1999). From the Greek Classical Period, restored in the 1990s.
Propylaia
Overall view of Propylaia from the East. From the Greek Classical Period.
Erechtheion
Close detail of Ionic column on E colonnade of Erechtheion (1999). From the Greek Classical Period, restored in the 1990s.