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British Museum, The Parthenon Marbles, is a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures  that originally were part of the Parthenon and other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens. Thomas Bruce, the 7th Earl of Elgin obtained a controversial permit from the Ottoman authorities to remove pieces from the Parthenon.  From 1801 to 1812, Elgin's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon.

British Museum, The Parthenon Marbles, is a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures that originally were part of the Parthenon and other buildings on the Acropolis of Athens. Thomas Bruce, the 7th Earl of Elgin obtained a controversial permit from the Ottoman authorities to remove pieces from the Parthenon. From 1801 to 1812, Elgin's agents removed about half of the surviving sculptures of the Parthenon.

Harpies have their origins in Greek mythology. As E. M. Berens explains in A Hand-book of Mythology (1894):  The Harpies, who, like the Furies, were employed by the gods as instruments for the punishment of the guilty, were three female divinities, daughters of Thaumas and Electra, called Aello, Ocypete, and Celæno.

Harpies have their origins in Greek mythology. As E. M. Berens explains in A Hand-book of Mythology (1894): The Harpies, who, like the Furies, were employed by the gods as instruments for the punishment of the guilty, were three female divinities, daughters of Thaumas and Electra, called Aello, Ocypete, and Celæno.

Diskobolos (discus thrower) 2nd century CE Roman copy of 450-440 BCE Greek bronze by Myron recovered from Emperor Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli ...

Diskobolos (discus thrower) 2nd century CE Roman copy of 450-440 BCE Greek bronze by Myron recovered from Emperor Hadrian's Villa in Tivoli ...

Marble stele of a youth and a little girl with capital and finial in the form of a sphinx  530 B.C.  Greek  Marble

Marble stele of a youth and a little girl with capital and finial in the form of a sphinx 530 B.C. Greek Marble

Two dancers, terracotta group, early 3rd BCE, from Tanagra, Boeotia, Greece Louvre Museum

Two dancers, terracotta group, early 3rd BCE, from Tanagra, Boeotia, Greece Louvre Museum

kouros  The Kritias boy, shortly before 480 BC.   Taken by the Acropolis Museum. Athens, Greece. Scanned by Minolta Scan Dual IV.

kouros The Kritias boy, shortly before 480 BC. Taken by the Acropolis Museum. Athens, Greece. Scanned by Minolta Scan Dual IV.

Horse, Acropolis Museum, Athens Data 	c. 515 a.C Localização actual 	 [Expandir]Museu da AcrópoleLink back to Institution infobox template

Horse, Acropolis Museum, Athens Data c. 515 a.C Localização actual [Expandir]Museu da AcrópoleLink back to Institution infobox template

The Sphinx of Naxians atop its Ionic Capital, ca. 560 B.C., Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

The Sphinx of Naxians atop its Ionic Capital, ca. 560 B.C., Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

Ancient Greek Art. Kouros, periodo arcaico.  Art Experience NYC  www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Ancient Greek Art. Kouros, periodo arcaico. Art Experience NYC www.artexperiencenyc.com/social_login/?utm_source=pinterest_medium=pins_content=pinterest_pins_campaign=pinterest_initial

Hera, Greek goddess of marriage and queen of Olympus.   Tormentor of Hercules, punisher of maidens ravished by her husband, generally capricious, jealous and cruelty personified......  Wow what a wife!

Hera, Greek goddess of marriage and queen of Olympus. Tormentor of Hercules, punisher of maidens ravished by her husband, generally capricious, jealous and cruelty personified...... Wow what a wife!