Athena (23 Subjects)
Athena (west pediment of the Parthenon).
Bust of Athena Pallas from Villa Albani, Rome.
Signets showing Artemis, an apoxyomenos athlete (Tydeus), Eros and Athena.
Roman coin of Athens.
Relief showing Athena and Satyr Marsyas, possibly from Myro's sculpture which was kept at the Acropolis and depicted on the obverse of Athenian coins.
Coins from Ilion (Troy) and Alexandria Troas (today Eski Stambul).
Part of the west pediment of the Parthenon, based upon Jacques Carrey's drawing: The battle of Athena with Poseidon.
The west and east pediment of the Parthenon, as it was in 1683, according to Jacques Carrey's drawings.
The Parthenon: 1. Plan of the temple. 2. West side of the temple. On the pediment the battle of Athena with Poseidon. On the metopes the Centauromachy. In fact, the Centauromachy is on the south side of the temple and not in the west, as the author suggests.
Fragment of panel with Athena, from Athens.
Ancient coins of Athens. 2. Silver tetradrachm. Obv. Athena. Rev. Athene noctua. 3. Bronze coin of Roman era. Obv. Athena and Satyr Marsyas.
Reconstruction of panel from Athens, with scene from the myth of the meeting of Athena and Hephaestus, right before the birth of Erichthonius (Erechtheus).
Bronze statue of Athena from Aleppo (Syria).
Plan of the Parthenon together with drawings of some its architectural elements.
Coin of ancient Athens.
Reconstruction of the interior of the Parthenon with the statue of Athena.
Parthenon and the gold and ivory statue of goddess Athena (imaginary reconstruction).
Imaginary reconstruction of the interior of the Parthenon.
Temple of Aphaia, Aegina island: Pediment fragments. 1. The head of goddess Athena from the western pediment.
Eastern pediment of the temple of Aphaia, Aegina island. 1. Goddess Athena. 2. Patroclus.
Roman statue of goddess Athena, discovered at Kissamos, Chania.
Frontispiece: Composition of Roman antiquities.