Apollo (17 Subjects)
Block from the eastern frieze of the Parthenon: Poseidon, Apollo, Artemis.
Heracles steals the tripod of Delphi and Apollo claims it back.
Iris, Apollo, Artemis and Leto.
The head of the statue of Apollo Belvedere, Vatican Museum, Rome.
Copy of the sculpture of Apollo Sauroctonos from Louvre Museum.
Statue of Apollo with bow.
Relief of Apollo Agyieus, bearing the inscription: ΑΓΑΘΗΙ ΤΥΧΗΙ. ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΟΣ ΑΓΥΙΕΩΣ ΠΡΟΣΤΑΤΕΡΙ ΠΑΤΡΩΟΝ ΠΥΘΙΟΥ ΚΛΑΡΙΟΥ ΠΑΝΙΟΝΙΟΥ.
Ancient kings and deities connected to Athens: Athena, Apollo, Prometheus, Zeus and others. View of Athens. Genealogy of the Assyrian kings. Genealogy of Christ (Aram, Esrom).
Coins from Ilion (Troy) and Alexandria Troas (today Eski Stambul).
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.
1. Ancient coin of Korissia, Kea. Obv. Apollo. 2. Ancient coin of Korissia, Kea. Obv. Aristeus.
Bronze statue of a deer from the Temple of Apollo in Priene, ancient city in Asia Minor.
Statue of Apollo in Oitylo (Mani).
Title page. Ancient relief, most possibly from the mouth of a well (puteale), depicting Heracles, Athena, Apollo and Artemis.
Relief from the mouth of a well (puteale), from Ancient Corinth, depicting Artemis and Apollo.