Acropolis of Athens (618 Subjects)
View of the Acropolis from Areopagus.
Plan of the Parthenon as a Christian church.
Tower of Beulé.
The Acropolis in 1670.
Plan and section plan of the Acropolis.
Northern slope of the Acropolis.
The cave of Pan.
Plan of the Acropolis.
The fountain of Clepsydra.
Reconstruction of the direction of the “Pelasgian wall”.
Traces of the Pelasgian wall.
Plan of the Peisistratid Temple of Athena and of the Erechtheion.
Reconstruction of the southwestern angle of the Parthenon.
The pediment of the archaic temple. Heracles killing the Lernaean Hydra.
Kore from the Acropolis Museum (Acr. 675).
The deposition pit between Erechtheion and the Propylaea. Archaic votive offerings, buried after the destruction of the temples by the Persians in 480 BCE, were discovered in the pit.
The back of archaic Kore from the Acropolis Museum (Acr. 675).
Relief of the Sacrifice of a Pig. A family (parents and three children) advances towards the Goddess Athena, offering a female pig for sacrifice. From the Acropolis Museum (Acr. 581).
Kore of Euthydicus (Acr. 686).
Head of archaic bronze statue.
The crepidoma of the Parthenon.
The curves of the Parthenon.
Plan of the Parthenon.
Section of a column of the Parthenon.
Reconstruction of the front of the Peisistratid Temple of Athena.
Section of the opisthodomos of the Parthenon.
The Parthenon in the late 19th century.