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Ωδείον του Περικλέους (447 - 443/2 π.Χ.)  Το Ωδείον χτίστηκε μεταξύ των ετών 447 και 443/2 π.Χ. με πρωτοβουλία του Περικλέους και αποτέλεσε μέρος του οικοδομικού προγράμματος που ο ίδιος εφαρμόσε στην Αθήνα. Καταλαμβάνει χώρο στους νοτιοανατολικούς πρόποδες της Ακροπόλεως, στο ανατολικώτερο άκρο της Νότιας Κλιτύος του βράχου, ακριβώς δίπλα από το κοίλο του Διονυσιακού Θεάτρου, το οποίο μάλιστα περιόρισε σημαντικά στην ανατολική του πλευρά. Ήταν το πρώτο ωδείο της πόλης και προοριζόταν για να…

Ωδείον του Περικλέους (447 - 443/2 π.Χ.) Το Ωδείον χτίστηκε μεταξύ των ετών 447 και 443/2 π.Χ. με πρωτοβουλία του Περικλέους και αποτέλεσε μέρος του οικοδομικού προγράμματος που ο ίδιος εφαρμόσε στην Αθήνα. Καταλαμβάνει χώρο στους νοτιοανατολικούς πρόποδες της Ακροπόλεως, στο ανατολικώτερο άκρο της Νότιας Κλιτύος του βράχου, ακριβώς δίπλα από το κοίλο του Διονυσιακού Θεάτρου, το οποίο μάλιστα περιόρισε σημαντικά στην ανατολική του πλευρά. Ήταν το πρώτο ωδείο της πόλης και προοριζόταν για να…

This famous photograph is of the "Lovers of Valdaro," two neolithic lovers locked in an eternal embrace. The human obsessions of love and death are equally aroused by this powerful image and the mysterious story behind it.

This famous photograph is of the "Lovers of Valdaro," two neolithic lovers locked in an eternal embrace. The human obsessions of love and death are equally aroused by this powerful image and the mysterious story behind it.

The Best Toilet in History  A Roman toilet in the shape of a chariot from Caracalla , Rome , 2nd/3rd-Century AD!  At the British museum!!  Shared by Edith Cruz.  http://historybuff.com/the-best-toilet-in-history-bWl3deOrDJ0O Shared by Edith Cruz

The Best Toilet in History A Roman toilet in the shape of a chariot from Caracalla , Rome , 2nd/3rd-Century AD! At the British museum!! Shared by Edith Cruz. http://historybuff.com/the-best-toilet-in-history-bWl3deOrDJ0O Shared by Edith Cruz

Troy Ruins

Troy Ruins

They uncovered the preserved remains of a young child who was sitting on his mother's lap when tragedy struck. They believe he was about four years old.

They uncovered the preserved remains of a young child who was sitting on his mother's lap when tragedy struck. They believe he was about four years old.

Phoenix fast fire kiln by Donovan Palmquist, MN

Phoenix fast fire kiln by Donovan Palmquist, MN

Athena | ... and Adonis Aphrodite Apollo and Daphne Artemis Athena Dionysos

Athena | ... and Adonis Aphrodite Apollo and Daphne Artemis Athena Dionysos

Corinth 200 AD @ Bible Illustrations, Biblical Sermon Illustrations, Christian Pictures

Corinth 200 AD @ Bible Illustrations, Biblical Sermon Illustrations, Christian Pictures

Stephen Biesty - Illustrator - Exploded Views - Acropolis

Stephen Biesty - Illustrator - Exploded Views - Acropolis

Krater showing a scene of potter at work under the gaze of Athena, red-figure pottery from Sicily, Italy. Ancient Greek civilization, Magna Graecia, 5th Century BC. Artwork-location: Caltagirone, Museo Regionale Della Ceramica (Pottery Museum)

Krater showing a scene of potter at work under the gaze of Athena, red-figure pottery from Sicily, Italy. Ancient Greek civilization, Magna Graecia, 5th Century BC. Artwork-location: Caltagirone, Museo Regionale Della Ceramica (Pottery Museum)

Ephesus, Curetes Street in the 2nd century AD.  Capital of the Roman province of Asia in today's Turkey on the Aegean coast,  Ephesus was one of the wealthiest and most important cities in the world of the New Testament.  The Apostle Paul spent two years in Ephesus preaching as described in Acts 19:1-11. Reconstruction of Ephesus based on archaeological excavations and photos taken at the site.  Further details on www.Archaeologyillustrated.com Biblical images by Balage Balogh

Ephesus, Curetes Street in the 2nd century AD. Capital of the Roman province of Asia in today's Turkey on the Aegean coast, Ephesus was one of the wealthiest and most important cities in the world of the New Testament. The Apostle Paul spent two years in Ephesus preaching as described in Acts 19:1-11. Reconstruction of Ephesus based on archaeological excavations and photos taken at the site. Further details on www.Archaeologyillustrated.com Biblical images by Balage Balogh

Potter's wheel, Bible Moralisée Codex Vindobonensis 2554, first half 13th century.

Potter's wheel, Bible Moralisée Codex Vindobonensis 2554, first half 13th century.

Daily life around a Roman insula. Roman apartment buildings contained vendors on the first floor and living quarters on the floors above. The apartments in the insulae lacked most basic amenities, such as kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, Romans lived a highly communal lifestyle. The lower classes used public baths and toilets, ate in restaurants, and spent leisure time in common spaces, like the forum.

Daily life around a Roman insula. Roman apartment buildings contained vendors on the first floor and living quarters on the floors above. The apartments in the insulae lacked most basic amenities, such as kitchens and bathrooms. As a result, Romans lived a highly communal lifestyle. The lower classes used public baths and toilets, ate in restaurants, and spent leisure time in common spaces, like the forum.

Minoan Boxing Boys   Fresco Art   Akrotiri, Santorini, Greece

Minoan Boxing Boys Fresco Art Akrotiri, Santorini, Greece

A Greek wine cup showing a large dog, scorpion, dolphin and a panther/lion, possibly symbolizing con... - John Barnes

4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

A Greek wine cup showing a large dog, scorpion, dolphin and a panther/lion, possibly symbolizing con... - John Barnes

An owl is a symbol of Athena because Athena is the goddess of wisdom and an owl represents wisdom and is an intelligent bird and there is an owl that follows Athena and the owl is called "the owl of Athena"

An owl is a symbol of Athena because Athena is the goddess of wisdom and an owl represents wisdom and is an intelligent bird and there is an owl that follows Athena and the owl is called "the owl of Athena"