Greek mythology (63 Subjects)
Statue of Poseidon from Milos island (today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens).
Northwest view of Erechtheion.
Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: 1. Elevation of the east side of the temple. On the metopes the Twelve Labours of Heracles. 2. Section plan of the metopes and the friezes of the temple. 3. The east (the battle of Theseus and the Pallantides) and west frieze (Centauromachy) of the temple.
1. Ancient coin of Korissia, Kea. Obv. Apollo. 2. Ancient coin of Korissia, Kea. Obv. Aristeus.
Head of Medusa from Sicily, Italy.
Metopes from the south side of the Parthenon: Centauromachy.
Antefix from ancient Pella.
Sculptures from the south metopes of the Parthenos, with scenes from Centauromachy. 1. Head of Centaurus. 2α and 2β. Head of Lapithis.
Ancient coins of Athens. 2. Silver tetradrachm. Obv. Athena. Rev. Athene noctua. 3. Bronze coin of Roman era. Obv. Athena and Satyr Marsyas.
Ancient coin of Salamis. Obv. Ajax son of Telamon, king of Salamis.
The twenty first metope of the south side of Parthenon. Drawing by J. Carrey (1674).
Metopes from the south side of Parthenon: Centauromachy.
The twenty second metope of the south side of Parthenon. Drawing by J. Carrey (1674).
Fragments from Athens.
Ancient red-figure vase with mythological scenes. On the top the birth of Erichthonius (Erechtheus), and on the bottom Voutis, mythological hero of 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).
Drawings of several architectural and decorative elements from the Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion) in Athens.
Plan of the Parthenon together with drawings of some its architectural elements.
Drawings of several architectural and decorative elements of the Parthenon.
The fountain Cyane, close to the Temple of Zeus in Syracuse, Sicily.
The fountain of Arethousa in Syracuse, Sicily.
Landscape in the Troad, between Kumkale and Beşika Burnu (anc. Achilleion), where according to the legend the Tomb of Achilles is found. In the background Mount Ida.
Εικ. 1. The southern point of the Dardanelles Fig. 2. Hill near Seddülbahir. The author identifies this hill with the Tomb of Protesilaos.
Εικ. 1. Landscape around Üvecik, in the larger area of the city of Troy. Fig. 2. Landscape if the Troad. On the left the Castel of Kumkale. On the right the site of the Tomb of Aias, in the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
View of the plain of Troy from the Tomb of Antilochus, on the eastern shore of the Dardanelles, and close to the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
The Tombs of Hector and Aesyetes in the vale of Karamenders (anc. Scamander) river.
View of the Tomb of Antilochus, on the eastern shore of the Dardanelles, and close to the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
View of the Tomb of Achilles (Beşiktepe) in Beşika Burnu (anc. Achilleion).