Ancient gods / deities (38 Subjects)
Scarabean Gem, in the Author's Possession. Hermes and Charon leading a woman to Hades.
Signets showing Artemis, an apoxyomenos athlete (Tydeus), Eros and Athena.
Bust of Zeus from the Vatican museum.
Bust of Dionysus from the Capitoline Museums, Rome.
The head of the statue of Apollo Belvedere, Vatican Museum, Rome.
Copy of the sculpture of Apollo Sauroctonos from Louvre Museum.
Relief of Apollo Agyieus, bearing the inscription: ΑΓΑΘΗΙ ΤΥΧΗΙ. ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΟΣ ΑΓΥΙΕΩΣ ΠΡΟΣΤΑΤΕΡΙ ΠΑΤΡΩΟΝ ΠΥΘΙΟΥ ΚΛΑΡΙΟΥ ΠΑΝΙΟΝΙΟΥ.
1. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Apollo and Demeter, at the necropolis of Furkia. 2. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Hermes and Pheme, at the necropolis of Furkia. 3. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Ceres and Athena, at the necropolis of Furkia.4. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing a priest, at the necropolis of Furkia. 5. Reconstructive drawing of building at Al Bara, near Aleppo. 6. Relief found at the entrance of the library of the Levant Company (or East Company) at Aleppo, Syria.
Silver stater (ca. 346 - 338 B.C.E.) from Delphi. Obv. Head of Demeter left, wearing grain-ear wreath and veil. Rev. Apollo seated left on omphalos, tripod to left, AMΦIKTIONΩN around.
Ancient coin of Delphi.
1. Coin of Ioulis, Kea island. Obv. Apollo. 2. Coin of Carthaea, ancient city on Kea island.
Statue, probably of Artemis or Leto, from Carthaea, ancient city on Kea island.
1. Ancient coin of Korissia, Kea. Obv. Apollo. 2. Ancient coin of Korissia, Kea. Obv. Aristeus.
1. Ancient Greek coin. Obv. Hermes. 2. Ancient coin of Kea.
Bronze statue of a deer from the Temple of Apollo in Priene, ancient city in Asia Minor.
Ancient coin of Athens. Obv. Athena. Rev. The Acropolis of Athens from the north.
Fragment of panel with Athena, from Athens.
Signet from the Peloponnes. The author suggests that it depicts Hermes Psychopompos.
Ancient coins from Arcadia. Obv. Athena.
Fragments from Athens.
Reconstruction of panel from Athens, with scene from the myth of the meeting of Athena and Hephaestus, right before the birth of Erichthonius (Erechtheus).
View of Aplunari, hill close to the Temple of Aphrodite and the port of Avlemonas (or Kastri) on Cythera.
View of Gytheio. During the Ottoman rule, the entire city, and not only the islet outside Gytheio, was called Marathonisi.
Relief from Gytheio, most probably from the Temple of Nike.
Ancient reliefs from the island of Kos. On the first (left top), Zeus, Hera and Hercules. On the second (right top), Apollo with the Muses. On the third (bottom left), Hercules with the Lion of Nemea. On the fourth (bottom right), the contest of Apollo with the Satyr Marsyas.
View of the Temple of Aphaia in Aegina.
View of the Temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth. In the background the Acrocorinth.
View of the Temple of Hera in Agrigento, Sicily.