Amphipolis .gr
Περισσότερες ιδέες από το Amphipolis
bronze Furniture fitting in the form of a maenad 200-1 BCE  Bactria or Gandhara India after invasion of Alexander the Great

bronze Furniture fitting in the form of a maenad 200-1 BCE Bactria or Gandhara India after invasion of Alexander the Great

hellenismo:  Terracotta lekythos in the form of a bust of Athena (Athens, c. 400-375 BCE; British Museum)

hellenismo: Terracotta lekythos in the form of a bust of Athena (Athens, c. 400-375 BCE; British Museum)

Arabic manuscript depicting "Sughrat" (Socrates) teaching his pupils.  13th century.  Topkapi Palace Library, Istanbul.

Arabic manuscript depicting "Sughrat" (Socrates) teaching his pupils. 13th century. Topkapi Palace Library, Istanbul.

Επιτραπέζιο παιχνίδι "Αμφίπολη"

Επιτραπέζιο παιχνίδι "Αμφίπολη"

Little Big Men Studios Greek Hoplite Shield Transfers

Little Big Men Studios Greek Hoplite Shield Transfers

Statue labelled as Alexander the Great, but representing the god Apollo instead. It comes from the Etruscan Sanctuary of Scasato di Falerii Veteres, late 4th century BC. Museum Villa Giulia, Rome

Statue labelled as Alexander the Great, but representing the god Apollo instead. It comes from the Etruscan Sanctuary of Scasato di Falerii Veteres, late 4th century BC. Museum Villa Giulia, Rome

Olympias Aeacidae Printess of Molossia,wife of Philip IV, King of Macedonia,and mother of Alexander the Macedonian

Olympias Aeacidae Printess of Molossia,wife of Philip IV, King of Macedonia,and mother of Alexander the Macedonian

Miniature of Four Muses Polyhymnia, Erato, Terpsichore and Urania and The Seven Liberal Arts by Pacino di Buonaguida, 1335-1340

Miniature of Four Muses Polyhymnia, Erato, Terpsichore and Urania and The Seven Liberal Arts by Pacino di Buonaguida, 1335-1340

Then Maia's son nodded his head and promised that he would never steal anything of all the Far-shooter possessed, and would never go near his strong house; but Apollo, son of Leto, swore to be fellow and friend to Hermes, [525] vowing that he would love no other among the immortals, neither god nor man sprung from Zeus, better than Hermes: [526a] and the Father sent forth an eagle in confirmation

Then Maia's son nodded his head and promised that he would never steal anything of all the Far-shooter possessed, and would never go near his strong house; but Apollo, son of Leto, swore to be fellow and friend to Hermes, [525] vowing that he would love no other among the immortals, neither god nor man sprung from Zeus, better than Hermes: [526a] and the Father sent forth an eagle in confirmation

Prometheus, the fallen one

Prometheus, the fallen one