Acropolis of Athens (618 Subjects)
View of the southern side of the Acropolis.
The Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion) and the Acropolis of Athens from the northwest.
The Propylaea of the Acropolis and the Temple of Athena Nike.
The Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens.
The Temple of Athena Nike.
The Parthenon from the northwest.
View of the Parthenon from the west.
Southeastern view of the Parthenon.
Erechtheion. The prostasis of the Caryatids.
Archaic Kore (today at the Acropolis museum).
Block from the eastern frieze of the Parthenon: Poseidon, Apollo, Artemis.
Nike Sandalizousa (Sandalbinder) from the balustrade of the Athena Nike temple (today at the Acropolis Museum).
Reconstructive drawing of Doric column and entablature. Reconstructive drawing of Ionic column and entablature.
Plan of the Propylaea and surrounding area according to Lebouteux.
Plan of the Parthenon according to Paccard, 1845.
Plan of Erechtheion according to Tétaz, 1848. In his own terms, Tétaz based his plan upon the descriptions of ancient authors, 1848.
Plan of the Acropolis of Athens.
View of the Acropolis from the east.
View and plan of the Propylaea of the Acropolis (reconstruction).
View and plan of the Parthenon.
The pediments of the Parthenon as they were in 1674. Eastern pediment.
View of the Parthenon.
Map of Athens drawn by the French Capuchin monks in Athens around 1670.
The western pediment of the Parthenon according to Jacob Spon (17th century).
The western pediment of the Parthenon according to George Wheler (17 century).
The western pediment of the Parthenon according to D'Ottieres, c. 1685.
Drawing of the eastern pediment of the Parthenon by Jacques Carrey, 1674.
View of Athens published by Jacob Spon.
Map of the ancient and modern city of Athens according to the drawing of the Capuchin monks, as published by Guillet. 17th century.
Fragments of antiquities, to the south of the Parthenon.