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Acropolis of Athens (618 Subjects)

View of the southern side of the Acropolis.

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The Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion) and the Acropolis of Athens from the northwest.

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The Propylaea of the Acropolis and the Temple of Athena Nike.

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The Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens.

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The Temple of Athena Nike.

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The Parthenon from the northwest.

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View of the Parthenon from the west.

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Southeastern view of the Parthenon.

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Erechtheion. The prostasis of the Caryatids.

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Archaic Kore (today at the Acropolis museum).

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Block from the eastern frieze of the Parthenon: Poseidon, Apollo, Artemis.

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Nike Sandalizousa (Sandalbinder) from the balustrade of the Athena Nike temple (today at the Acropolis Museum).

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Reconstructive drawing of Doric column and entablature. Reconstructive drawing of Ionic column and entablature.

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Plan of the Propylaea and surrounding area according to Lebouteux.

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Plan of the Parthenon according to Paccard, 1845.

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Plan of Erechtheion according to Tétaz, 1848. In his own terms, Tétaz based his plan upon the descriptions of ancient authors, 1848.

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Plan of the Acropolis of Athens.

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View of the Acropolis from the east.

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View and plan of the Propylaea of the Acropolis (reconstruction).

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View and plan of the Parthenon.

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The pediments of the Parthenon as they were in 1674. Eastern pediment.

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View of the Parthenon.

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Map of Athens drawn by the French Capuchin monks in Athens around 1670.

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The western pediment of the Parthenon according to Jacob Spon (17th century).

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The western pediment of the Parthenon according to George Wheler (17 century).

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The western pediment of the Parthenon according to D'Ottieres, c. 1685.

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Drawing of the eastern pediment of the Parthenon by Jacques Carrey, 1674.

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View of Athens published by Jacob Spon.

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Map of the ancient and modern city of Athens according to the drawing of the Capuchin monks, as published by Guillet. 17th century.

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Fragments of antiquities, to the south of the Parthenon.

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