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Temple of Aphaia. View from southeast, ca 500-485 BC Aigina (Aegina), Greece.
Temple of Aphaia: plan. c.500-490 B.C. Aegina, Greece.
Temple of Aphaia Reconstruction West Pediment c.500-490 B.C Aegina, Greece.
Paris? Archer figure from L. side of W. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina. Greece ca. 500-490 B.C.E.
Athena flanked by warriors: central group from west pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Greece ca. 500-490 B.C.E.
Fallen Warrior: figure from R. angle of W. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece ca. 500-490 B.C.E.
Reconstruction East pediment of Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece, c. 490-480 B.C.
Herakles as Archer: figure from R. side of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Greece ca. 490-480 B.C.E.
Dying Warrior: figure from L. side of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Greece ca. 490-480 B.C.E.
Top: Fallen Warrior: figure from R. angle of W. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina, Greece ca. 500-490 B.C.E. Bottom: Dying Warrior: figure from L. side of E. pediment, Temple of Aphaia, Aegina Greece ca. 490-480 B.C.E.
Reconstruction of Acropolis and Parthenon from west. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Athens, Greece.
View of Parthenon from west. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Athens, Greece.
Plan of Parthenon. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, west pediment, fragments of Athena’s competition with Poseidon for the city. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, west, view from the ground. Pediment, fragments of Athena’s competition with Poseidon for the city. Metopes: Amazonomachy--Greeks vs Amazons. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, west metope, drawing. Greek fights Amazon. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, west frieze, mounted Ephebes marshal into procession. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, drawing of west frieze, mounted Ephebes marshal into procession. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, north metope. Scenes of the sack of Troy. Helen seeks refuge at sanctuary of Athena. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens, Greece.
Parthenon, section of north frieze, mounted Ephebes process. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens. Greece
Parthenon, section of north frieze, men, women and girls bring horses. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens. Greece
Parthenon, south metope. of Centaurs fight Lapiths at wedding feast of Peirithoos . Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens. Greece
Parthenon, south metope. of Centaurs fight Lapiths at wedding feast of Peirithoos . Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens. Greece
Parthenon, south metope. of Centaurs fight Lapiths at wedding feast of Peirithoos . Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens. Greece
Parthenon, drawing of east frieze, girls of Athens prepare peplos for Athena, while watched by dining gods and heroes of Athens. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens.
Parthenon, east frieze, girls of Athens prepare peplos for Athena, while watched by dining gods and heroes of Athens. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens.
Parthenon, east frieze, the dining gods and heroes of Athens. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens.
Parthenon, east pediment, fragments of birth of Athena. Phidias, Iktinos, Kallikrates, 447–432 BCE. Acropolis, Athens.
Statue of a kouros (youth), ca. 590–580 BCE. Attica. Greece.
Anavysos “Kroisos” Kouros, c. 530 BCE. Anavysos, Attica, Greece.
Phrasikleia Kore, by Aristion of Paros c. 550 and 540 B.C. Found in a tomb in the ancient city of Myrrhinus (modern Merenda) in Attica
Polykleitos, Doryphorus, first century CE Roman copy of a Greek original from c. 440 to c. 435 BCE. Rome.
Foundry painter, A bronze foundry, kylix, 490-480 BCE. Greece
Foundry painter, A bronze foundry, kylix, 490-480 BCE. Greece
Foundry Painter, A Bronze Foundry, internal tondo of kylix Thetis and Hephaistos, 490–480 BCE. Greece