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Reliefs (269 Subjects)

Relief from Mantineia, showing the musical contest between Apollo and Marsyas (today at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens)

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Relief from Eleusis showing Demeter, Persephone and Triptolemus (today at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens).

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Relief showing a dancer from the Theater of Dionysus, Athens.

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Hieroglyphic tablet, as it was found at Saccara, closing the mouth of one of the Mummy Pits.

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The monument of Philopappus.

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Reliefs from the Parthenon frieze.

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Reliefs from the Parthenon frieze.

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Reliefs from the Parthenon frieze.

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Reliefs from the Parthenon frieze.

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Reliefs representing the Winds from the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds) in Athens.

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Reliefs representing the Winds from the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds) in Athens.

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Reliefs from the Choregic Monument of Lysicrates.

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Block from the western frieze of the Parthenon.

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Metope from the northern side of the Parthenon.

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Relies from the Temple of Apollo Epicurius in Bassae (Phigaleia).

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Relief from Aegina.

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1. Base and capital of the columns, entablature of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera at Ilissus river. At the time of Stuart and Revett's investigation, the frieze of the temple had already been destroyed and the relief depicted is a fragment of a relief discovered elsewhere in Athens, whose dimensions fit those of the missing part. 2. Elevation of quarter of a column. 3. Drawing of the flutings of the column.

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Reliefs of the eight winds from the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds): 1. ΒΟΡΕΑΣ, Boreas, north wind. 2. ΚΑΙΚΙAΣ, Kaikias, north-east wind 3. ΑΠΗΛΙΩΤΗΣ, Apeliotes, east wind. 4. ΕΥΡΩΣ, Euros, south-east wind 5. ΝΟΤΟΣ, Notos, sοuth wind. 6. ΛΙΨ, Lips, south-west wind. 7. ΖΕΦΥΡΟΣ, Zephyros, west wind. 8. ΣΚΙΡΩΝ, Skiron, north-west wind.

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Choregic monument of Lysicrates in Athens: The external face of the capital, with the entablature, and half one of the tripods.

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Relifs from the Choregic Monument of Lycirates in Athens: The story of Dionysus and the Tyrrhenian pirates.

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Relief of Nekrodeipnon (funeral symposium in honour of the deceased).

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The relief of Archedemos in Vari Cave.

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Relief of Thespiae, lithograph by Louis Dupré.

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Relief showing Isis and Serapis.

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The base of the statue of Demeter in Eleusis.

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Lion Gate in Mycenae.

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Architectural features from the sanctuary of Demeter in Eleusis.

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Ancient relief from well in ancient Corinth.

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Ancient relief from well in ancient Corinth.

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Ancient relief from well in ancient Corinth.

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