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July 25    Scripture

Ancient Greece: Art & Images 1
These are mainly links to images on other sites.

Hoplite Sword (Greece) The hoplite sword was essentially a slashing weapon and was generally worn slung from a baldric over the right shoulder so that it hung almost horizontally on the left. Alexander the Great is often shown with a sword of this type in a period mosaic from Pompeii.
http://www.firebloodarms.com/FB21010.html


Acropolis, the Erechtheion Greece, Athens, (Tony Stone Images)
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/stone/tony-298385-001.swf


ANCIENT GREECE IMAGES Lots of Ancient Images. J. Cohen
http://www.brynmawr.edu/Acads/Cities/wld/wcapts1.html


Apollo and Artemis with Dionysos Greek: Archaic: Treasury of the Siphnians, Delphi: Gigantomachy: Apollo and Artemis with Dionysos(?), detail [L. portion] from N. frieze. ca. 525 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas187.html


ArtLex on Greek art Greek art defined with images of examples, especially from ancient Greece , great quotations, and links to other resources. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.artlex.com/ArtLex/g/greek.html


Athena and Hephaestus Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. frieze: Athena and Hephaestus [Figs. 36-37, section V]. ca. 438-432 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/GAS246.html


Athens, Greece (Architecture) Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-11121803.swf


Basilica & Temple of Poseidon Magna Graecia, Paestum: "Basilica" (Temple of Hera I): [L. foreground] ca. 550-530 B.C. Temple of Poseidon (Temple of Hera II):[R. background], view from SE.. ca. 460 B.C.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas123.html


Basilica (Temple of Hera I) Magna Graecia, Paestum: "Basilica" (Temple of Hera I): view from NE.. ca. 550-530 B.C.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas124.html


Basilica (Temple of Hera I): Detail of Entasis Magna Graecia, Paestum: "Basilica" (Temple of Hera I): detail of entasis, wide echinus and abacus of Archaic-style Doric capital. ca. 550-530 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas128.html


Basilica (Temple of Hera I): E. Colonnade Magna Graecia, Paestum: "Basilica" (Temple of Hera I): view from SE. (E.colonnade). ca. 550-530 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas126.html


Caryatid Greek, Classical (Athens): Caryatid: figure from S. portico of the Erechtheum (Acropolis, Athens). ca. 421-406 B.C.
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/image?lookup=1987.09.0288


Caryatid: Detail Greek, Classical (Athens): Caryatid: figure from S. portico of the Erechtheum (Acropolis, Athens). ca. 421-406 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi-bin/image?lookup=1987.09.2209


Centaur Abducting Lapith Woman with Fallen Lapith Man Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: Centaur abducting Lapith Woman with Fallen Lapith Man [metope XXVII from S. side]. ca. 447-438 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas224.html


Centaur and Lapith: Parthenon Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: Centaur and Lapith [metope XXX from S. side]. ca. 447-438 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas225.html


Chariot Horse of Selene Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Fig. O] Chariot Horse of Selene. ca. 438-432 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas216.html


Citadel, Tiryns Greek, Helladic (Mycenean): Citadel, Tiryns: interior, corbelled gallery in East ramparts, ca. 13th century B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG023.html


Citadel, Tiryns 2 Greek, Helladic (Mycenean): Citadel, Tiryns: interior, corbelled gallery in East ramparts, ca. 13th century B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG024.html


Demeter and Kore Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Figs. E and F] Demeter and Kore (or Hestia and Dione?). ca. 438-432 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas212.html


Demeter and Kore, and Artemis Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: E. pediment: [Figs. E, F, G] Demeter and Kore, Artemis (or Hestia, Dione, Aphrodite?). ca. 438-432 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas211.html


Dionysos Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Fig. D] Dionysos (or Herakles?). ca. 438-432 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas210.html


Dying Warrior Greek, Late Archaic: Dying Warrior: figure from L. angle of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas160.html


Dying Warrior: Detail Greek, Late Archaic: Dying Warrior: figure from L. angle of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas161.html


Dying Warrior: Detail 2 Greek, Late Archaic: Dying Warrior: figure from L. angle of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas162.html


Dying Warrior: Detail 3 Greek, Late Archaic: Dying Warrior: figure from L. angle of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas163.html


Ephesus, Turkey10 Nice Photo
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/ephesus_turkey10.swf


Ephesus, Turkey11 Nice Photo
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/ephesus_turkey11.swf


Ephesus, Turkey12 Nice Photo
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/ephesus_turkey12.swf


Ephesus, Turkey13 Nice Photo
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/ephesus_turkey13.swf


Ephesus, Turkey14 Nice Photo
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/ephesus_turkey14.swf


Fallen Warrior Greek, Late Archaic: Fallen Warrior: figure from R. angle of W. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas147.html


Fallen Warrior: Detail Greek, Late Archaic: Fallen Warrior: detail, head of figure from R. angle of W. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas148.html


Fallen Warrior: Detail Head Greek, Late Archaic: Fallen Warrior: detail, head of figure from R. angle of W. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas149.html


Greek Art Art Images By The University of Haifa Library, Haifa, Israel. Large selection of images.
http://lib.haifa.ac.il/www/art/gr_menu.html


Greek Ionic column Column Capital from Temple of Artemis at Ephesus Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-11330216.swf


Greek Ionic column (Full View) Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-10138978.swf


Greek Mythology Link Catalogue of Images Lots of images and info. Document belongs to the Greek Mythology Link, a website created by Carlos Parada, author of Genealogical Guide to Greek Mythology. Includes Biographies "¢ GROUPS "¢ Places & Peoples "¢ Dictionary "¢ Images "¢ Albums "¢ Slides "¢ Topics "¢ Search "¢ Editions
http://homepage.mac.com/cparada/GML/Images.html


Greek Relief of a Ball Game Olympian Athletes. Elaborate reproduction of an ancient Greek fresco relief which was part of the base of a Kouros statue. It depicts a group of young athletes playing some kind of a ball game in ancient Olympia. They are divided in two teams of three members each. The last athlete on the left is holding the ball ready to throw it to the opponent team.Dated to ca. 510 B.C. National Archaeological Museum in Athens, Greece. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://hellenic-art.com/statues/athletes.htm


Griffin Plaque Israel: Megiddo, Stratum VIIA; Late Bronze Age II, 13th century B.C. Ivory. Excavated by the Oriental Institute, 1936-7. "This plaque is one of a group of ivories discovered at Megiddo in a semi-subterranean chamber that archaeologists called the "treasury," within a large building that may have been a palace. It bears the figure of a reclining griffin-a composite creature with a lion's body and a bird's head and wings. This motif is borrowed from the art of the Mycenaeans, but it is uncertain whether the object itself was made by a Mycenaean craftsman settled in Asia, by a local ivory carver imitating Mycenaean prototypes, or was imported directly from Greece."
https://oi.uchicago.edu/OI/MUS/HIGH/OIM_A22212.html


Helios Chariot, Dionysos, Demeter, Kore, and Artemis Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Figs. B-G] Helios Chariot, Dionysos (or Herakles?); Demeter, Kore, and Artemis (or Hestia, Dione, and Aphrodite?). ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas209.html


Herakles as Archer Greek, Late Archaic: Herakles as Archer: figure from R. angle of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. ca. 500-490 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas159.html


Horsemen in the Pan-Athenaic Procession Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: W. frieze: Horsemen in the Pan-Athenaic Procession [Figs. 2-3, section II]. ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas228.html


Horsemen in the Pan-Athenaic Procession 2 Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: W. frieze: Horsemen in the Pan-Athenaic Procession [Figs. 2-3, section II]. ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas230.html


Horsemen in the Pan-Athenaic Procession 3 Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: W. frieze: Horsemen in the Pan-Athenaic Procession [Figs. 2-3, section II]. ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas231.html


Images of Alexander the Great An exhaustive catalogue of image thumbnails and links to art and images concerning Alexander the Great. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://sangha.net/messengers/alex-photos.html


Kouros from Cape Sounion: torso and head Greek, Archaic: Kouros from Cape Sounion: detail, L. side. torso and head. ca. 600-590 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GS/gs006.html


Lapith and Centaur Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: Lapith and Centaur [metope XXVII from S. side]. ca. 447-438 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas222.html


Life in Ancient Greece Reflected in the Coinage of Corinth [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://americanhistory.si.edu/corinth/


Lycian rock tombs and head of Medusa Statue Turkey, Myra, (Tony Stone Images)
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/stone/tony-981232-001.swf


Mausoleum at Halicarnassus Greek, (Asia Minor): Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Amazonomachy, detail of E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?)ca. 355-330 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas266.html


Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Detail of Greek and Amazon Greek, Classical (Athens): Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Amazonomachy, detail of Greek and Amazon from E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?) ca. 355-330 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas269.html


Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Greek Attacking Amazon Greek, Classical (Athens): Mausoleum at Halicarnassus: Amazonomachy, detail of Greek attacking Amazon from E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?). ca. 355-330 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas270.html


Palace of Minos, Knossos 1 Crete, Minoan: "Palace of Minos", Knossos: N. Propylaea [view from SE.], orig. ca. 16th century B.C. [20th century reconstruction by Sir Arthur Evans] AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG001.html


Palace of Minos, Knossos 2 Crete, Minoan: "Palace of Minos", Knossos: N. Propylaea [view from SE.], orig. ca. 16th century B.C. [20th century reconstruction by Sir Arthur Evans] AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG002.html


Palace of Minos, Knossos 3 Crete, Minoan: "Palace of Minos", Knossos:S. Propylaea with bull's-horn altar [R. foreground], orig. ca. 16th century B.C. [20th century reconstruction by Sir Arthur Evans] AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG003.html


Palace of Minos, Knossos 4 Crete, Minoan: "Palace of Minos", Knossos:West wing, underground magazine with storage pithoi, ca. 1700-1450 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG005.html


Pan-Athenaic Procession 3 Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: N. frieze: Pan-Athenaic Procession [Figs. 130-134, section XLII]. ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas236.html


Parthenon, Athens, Greece Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-10139788.swf


Parthenon, Athens, Greece (Close) Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-10311572.swf


Parthenon, Athens, Greece (Full) Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-11121803.swf


Roman Ball Games The ancient Romans played many ball games, but not all of them had specific names. Some of the games they described are difficult to reconcile with the games that we know of. A number of these games involved play around a circle or circles. There are few games that can be formulated with a ball and a circle, and the following game we call Roman Ball represents one of them. This game is so simple that Greek and Roman children may have played a game very much like it, if not exactly like it. First the rules, then the historical evidence. [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.aerobiologicalengineering.com/wxk116/Roman/BallGames/


Running Goddess Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Figs. E and F] Running Goddess (Artemis, or Hebe?). ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas213.html


Running Goddess: Detail Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Figs. E and F] Running Goddess (Artemis, or Hebe?), detail showing drapery carving. ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas214.html


Ships Of The Ancient Greeks A collection of images from various sources. Model of Greek Bireme of the Trojan War 1250 B.C. from Hobby World Of Montreal. Greek Bireme circa 500 BC. A Greek Ship Trireme full scale reconstruction circa 400-BCE in Dry Dock, Trireme Model A Greek Warship of Trireme Class, Vases, Coins. [Ships] [Ancient Greece]
http://www.artsales.com/Ancient%20Ships/kGreekWarShips.htm


Sketches of Greek Gods [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://victorian.fortunecity.com/palette/187/greece.html


Socrates, Academy of Science, Athens, Greece Portrait Herm of Socrates. Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-10854739.swf


Temple of Aphaia Aegina Greek, Late Archaic: Temple of Aphaia Aegina: view from E. ca. 500-490 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas143.html


Temple of Apollo Epikourios Greek, Classical (Athens): Temple of Apollo Epikourios, Bassae (Phigaleia): Amazonomachy, detail of E. frieze (attributed to Skopas?). ca. 355-330 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas261.html


Temple of Apollo, Delphi Greek: Delphi: Temple of Apollo, Delphi: view from NW., (Alkmeionid E. front, 513-505 B.C.; rebuilt 366-326 B.C.). ca. orig. mid-6th century B.C. (rebuilt 366-326 B.C.) AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas165.html


Temple of Apollo, Delphi 2 Greek: Delphi: Temple of Apollo, Delphi: view from NW., (Alkmeionid E. front, 513-505 B.C.; rebuilt 366-326 B.C.). ca. orig. mid-6th century B.C. (rebuilt 366-326 B.C.) AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas166.html


Temple of Athena Nike Greek, Classical (Athens): Temple of Athena Nike: view from E.. ca. 427-424 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.sacred-destinations.com/greece/athens-temple-of-athena-nike.htm


Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens Temple of Olympian Zeus, "Peisistratid" column drums, Panathenaic Stadium. The graceful ruins of the Temple of the Olympian Zeus can be clearly seen from the Acropolis, and are floodlit at night. The temple is made of fine marble brought from Mount Pentelus and originally measured 96 meters long and 40 meters wide. Hadrian had erected a giant gold and ivory status of Zeus in the cella, and placed an equally large one of himself next to it. Unfortunately, however, nothing remains of these or anything else from the interior of the temple. There were originally 104 Corinthian columns, each 17 meters high; 48 of these stood in triple rows under the pediments and 56 in double rows at the sides. Only 15 columns remain standing today, with lovely Corinthian capitals still in place. A 16th column was blown down during a gale in 1852 and is still lying where it fell.
http://www.sacred-destinations.com/greece/athens-temple-of-olympian-zeus.htm


Temple of Poseidon Magna Graecia, Paestum: Temple of Poseidon (Temple of Hera II): view from SE.. ca. 460 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas130.html


Temple of Poseidon, Sounion, Greece Corbis Images [Ancient Greece] [Images]
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/corbis/corbis-11444998.swf


Temple of Poseidon: Detail of Capital Magna Graecia, Paestum: Temple of Poseidon (Temple of Hera II): detail of Archaic-style Doric capital with wide echinus. ca. 550-530 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas129.html


Temple of Poseidon: E. facade Magna Graecia, Paestum: Temple of Poseidon (Temple of Hera II): E. facade. ca. 460 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas131.html


Temple of Poseidon: Interior Magna Graecia, Paestum: Temple of Poseidon (Temple of Hera II): interior, detail of double colonnade of cella, view from SE. ca. 460 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas133.html


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The Acropolis The Ancient City of Athens: Sites & Monuments. Lots of Images of The Acropolis, includes: Fortified citadel and primary urban religious sanctuary. Propylaia, Temple of Athena Nike, Parthenon, Erechtheion.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/acropolis.html


The Acropolis at night Greece, Athens, The Acropolis (meaning `high city`) is the most important ancient monument in the western hemisphere. The first temples were built in Mycenean times (1450-1200 BC), the ruins still standing date from the early 5th century BC. (Tony Stone Images)
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/stone/tony-314808-001.swf


The Agora The Ancient City of Athens at Indiana University, Bloomington. Lots of images of The Agora: Commercial & Civic Center of Ancient Athens. Royal Stoa, Stoa of Zeus Eleutherios, Temple of Apollo Patroos, Metroon, Bouleuterion, Tholos, Monument of the Eponymous Heroes, Hephaisteion, Altar of the 12 Gods, Stoa of Attalos, Church of the Holy Apostles.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/agora.html


The Ancient City of Athens THE ANCIENT CITY OF ATHENS is a photographic archive of the archaeological and architectural remains of ancient Athens (Greece). It is intended primarily as a resource for students of classical art & archaeology, civilization, languages, and history at Indiana University as a supplement to their class lectures and reading assignments and as a source of images for use in term papers, projects, and presentations. We also hope that this site will be useful to all who have an interest in archaeological exploration and the recovery, interpretation, and preservation of the past.
©Copyright 1995-98. All rights reserved. All of the images presented here are from the personal slide collection of Kevin T. Glowacki and Nancy L. Klein of the Department of Classical Studies at Indiana University, Bloomington. You are free to download and use unmodified copies of these images for non-commercial purposes providing that you include a reference to this site and copyright notice.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/


The Arch of Hadrian Hadrian (AD 117-138) was known for his peaceful reign and for being an extensive builder. He was very fond of Greek learning and had traveled in Achaea. He also rebuilt the fortification wall around Athens which had been torn down by Sulla and changed the Acropolis into a fort, which it had been before. Athens became somewhat of a second capital during Hadrian's reign.
http://www.usd.edu/~clehmann/pir/ach_arch.htm


The Battle of Issus or Battle of Alexander and the Persians A detail of a mosaic from Naples, Italy. It depicts a battle between Alexander the Great and Darius III, king of Persia. Yale [Ancient Egypt] [Images]
http://www.livius.org/a/1/iran/alexander_mosaic.jpg


The East Slope of the Acropolis Lots of images from the The Ancient City of Athens: Sites & Monuments photos from Indiana.edu including: East Cave, Rock-cut Beddings for Altars & Monuments, The "True Aglaureion"?
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/eastslope.html


The Kerameikos The Ancient City of Athens at Indiana University, Bloomington. Lots of images of: Kerameikos Cemetery, Public & Private Grave Monuments, "Themistoklean" Wall, Sacred Gate, Dipylon Gate, Pompeion.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/kerameikos.html


The Library of Hadrian Athens The Library of Hadrian is located to the north side of the Acropolis and the Roman Agora. It provided the people of Athens with a new, multi-purpose, public square and cultural center that contained a garden, works of art, a library, and lecture halls.
http://www.athens-greece.us/athens-greece-photos/ancient-library-of-hadrian-athens.htm


The Lysikrates Monument The Ancient City of Athens at Indiana University, Bloomington. Lots of images of The Lysikrates Monument & the Street of the Tripods.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/lysikrates.html


The North Slope of the Acropolis Lots of images from the The Ancient City of Athens: Sites & Monuments photos from indiana.edu including: "Longs Rocks" & Northwest Caves (Caves of Apollo & Pan), Sanctuary of Eros & Aphrodite, Rock-cut Niches, Peripatos Inscription.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/northslope.html


The Philopappos Monument The Ancient City of Athens: The Philopappos Monument
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/philopappos.html


The Pnyx The Ancient City of Athens: The Pnyx: Meeting Place of the Ancient Athenian Democratic Assembly. Pnyx, Bema (Speaker's Platform), Sanctuary of Zeus Hypsistos.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/pnyx.html


The Roman Agora Lots of images of The Roman Agora, Tower of the Winds, & the Library of Hadrian: Gate of Athena Archegetis, Colonnade, Fountain, Propylon, "Agoranomion", Public Latrines; Water Clock of Andronikos, The Eight Winds. Lying east of the Ancient Agora, the Roman Agora actually has nothing to do with Romans, but took this name because it was constructed during Roman times -1st century CE- in order to serve a growing Athens. It is a single architectural complex consisting of a vast rectangular court, measuring 367 ft by 315 ft, surrounded by colonnades. The courtyard was surrounded by stoas, shops and storerooms. It has an east, Ionic propylon and a west, Doric propylon, known as the Gate of Athena Archegetis, which linked it to the Greek Agora. It was built between 19 and 11 BCE with a donation of Julius Caesar and Augustus. During the reign of Hadrian the court was paved with slabs. After the invasion of the Herulae in 267 CE, the city of Athens was restricted to the area within the Late Roman fortification wall, and the administrative and commercial center of the city was transferred from the Ancient Agora to the Roman Agora and the Library of Hadrian.
http://www.grisel.net/roman_agora.htm


The South Slope of the Acropolis Lots of images from the The Ancient City of Athens: Sites & Monuments photos from Indiana.edu including: Sanctuary and Theater of Dionysos, Choregic Monuments, Asklepieion, Sacred Spring, Stoa of Eumenes, Odeion of Herodes Atticus.
http://www.stoa.org/athens/sites/southslope.html


Theatre of Apollo Greek: Delphi: site view from NW.: Theatre of Apollo [foreground], ca. mid-4th century B.C. Temple of Apollo [C.], orig. mid-6th century B.C. (rebuilt 366-326 B.C.). AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas164.html


Tholos ( Greek, Helladic (Mycenean): Tholos ("beehive") tomb (called the "Treasury of Atreus"): dromos and entrance, view from E., ca. 1300 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG018.html


Tholos ( Greek, Helladic (Mycenean): Tholos ("beehive") tomb (called the "Treasury of Atreus"): detail, entrance showing post & lintel construction with relieving triangle above, ca. 1300 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG020.html


Tholos ( Greek, Helladic (Mycenean): Tholos ("beehive") tomb (called the "Treasury of Atreus"): interior, detail of corbelled vault, ca. 1300 B.C.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/AEG/AEG021.html


Three Goddesses Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: E. pediment: [Figs. K, L, M] Three Goddesses (Hestia, Dione and Aphrodite?). ca. 438-432 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas215.html


Treasury of the Siphnians, Delphi: Gigantomachy Greek: Archaic: Treasury of the Siphnians, Delphi: Gigantomachy [L. portion] from N. frieze ca. 525 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas183.html


Treasury of the Siphnians: Gigantomachy: Kybele's Chariot Greek: Archaic: Treasury of the Siphnians, Delphi: Gigantomachy: Kybele's chariot, detail [L. portion] from N. frieze ca. 525 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas184.html


Treasury of the Siphnians: Lion attacks a Giant Greek: Archaic: Treasury of the Siphnians, Delphi: Gigantomachy: Kybele's lion attacks a Giant, detail [L. portion] from N. frieze ca. 525 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS/gas185.html


Varlaam Monastery, elevated view Greece, Thessalay, Meteora, (Tony Stone Images)
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/stone/tony-ar3340-001.swf


Western Wall (men praying on evening of new moon) Turkey, Izmir, Ephesus, ruins of Library of Celsus, low angle view. Ephesus was one of the 12 cities of Ionia. (Tony Stone Images)
http://www.bible-history.com/acp/images/stone/tony-876889-001.swf


Young Lapith Greek, Classical (Athens): Parthenon: Young Lapith [L. detail, metope XXVII from S. side]. ca. 447-438 B.C. AICT: Art Images for College Teaching.
http://www.arthist.umn.edu/aict/html/ancient/GAS2/gas223.html


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