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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.
The Citadel
The view into the main gallery is shown in this view. A figure stands at the end of the gallery revealing the massive scale of the stones.
The Citadel
The citadel is seen closely in its setting.
The Citadel
A close view inside the citadel ruins is shown. A circular structure's base is shown.
The Citadel
The citadel is seen from afar and in its mountainous surroundings.
The Citadel
A close view inside the citadel ruins is shown. Excavated grave circle A is shown.
The Citadel
A close view of the grave circle is shown.
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 is down toward the northwest from the palace.
The Citadel
Dwelling ruins south of grave circle A are seen in this excavation view.
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
Dwellings south of the grave circle A are visible in this view towards the south.
The Citadel
The view into the main gallery is shown in this view. A figure stands at the end of the gallery revealing the massive scale of the stones.
The Citadel
The view shows the northern edge of the citadel and the surrounding landscape.
The Citadel
The view is of the fortified entrance.
The Citadel
The upper portion of the Mycenaean citadel are seen in close detail.
The Citadel
The view is up the stairs from the fortified entry of the west bastion.
The Citadel
The view is toward the fortified entry through the corbel gallery.
The Citadel
The view is from the interior outward toward some stairs.
Cycladic Goddess
Half-length detail from right center of sculpture depicting Cycladic Goddess. From the Minoan Pre-Palace Period.
Cycladic Goddess
From the Minoan Pre-Palace Period. Total from front.
Demeter, Persephone and Triptolemos
A sculpture from the Greek Classical Period. Total from front center.
Dionysos with a Deerskin
Half-length from front left of Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Dionysos with a Deerskin
Total from front of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli; from the Greek Classical Period.
Dionysos with a Deerskin
bust-length detail, from front left of sculpture depicting Dionysos with a deerskin. Roman copy from Hadrian's era (117-138). From the Greek Classical Period, and from Hadrian's Villa at Tivoli.
Dying Gaul from Pergamum
Total from front center. From the Greek Hellenistic Period.
Dying Niobid
Found in Rome, Via Collina. From the Greek Classical Period. Total from front center.
Dying Niobid
Detail: half-length from front right of sculpture entitled Dying Niobid. Roman copy, 2nd c. AD? Found in Rome, Via Collina; from the Greek Classical Period.
Dying Niobid
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East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Overall view of central portion (up to horse on right side) of the East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. From the Greek Classical Period.
East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia
Seated figure of the seer in the sculpture entitled East Pediment of the Temple of Zeus at Olympia. From the Greek Classical Period.
The East Pediment, Temple of Aphaia at Aegina
The Fallen Warrior (King Laomedon). Originated in Aegina, from the Greek Archaic Period.
Epidauros Theater
The detail view shows the entrance, retaining wall and some seats. The view is from the east.
Epidauros Theater
The view from the southeast shows a close view of the seats. A few tourists occupy some seats.
Epidauros Theater
The overall view is from outside the seating area and looks toward the northeast.
Epidauros Theater
The view shows a modern orchestra addition with people milling around. The seats are empty.
Epidauros Theater
The overall view is downward from the uppermost seating. The landscape is visible southwest of the theater.
Epidauros Theater
The view is overall and from the east.