Thission, Athens - c.1854 (photo by James Robertson)

Thission, Athens - (photo by James Robertson) also known as the Temple of Hephaestus

I.9.3 Pompeii. 1952. Room 6. Garden area, north portico. Statue of small boy with dove found during the excavation in 1952. Photograph courtesy of Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei.

Statue of small boy with dove found during the excavation in Photograph courtesy of Soprintendenza Speciale per i Beni Archeologici di Napoli e Pompei.

Ο κούρος της Μερέντας και η κόρη Φρασίκλεια, όπως βρέθηκαν τη 18η Μαΐου 1972, στα δυτικά του δρόμου από το Μαρκόπουλο προς τα Καλύβια Αττικής.

The kouros of Merenda and kore Phrasikleia as found on May 1972 in the cemetery of ancient Myrrinounta to the west of the road from Markopoulo to Kalyvia of Attica.Creator:Aristion of Paros.

Luxor, Egypt 1900s

Title: Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Hathor Photographer: G. Lékégian & Co. Date photo taken: 1913 Location of Photo: Frank H.

Creator: Francis Bedford (1815-94) (photographer) Creation Date:  30 May 1862

Francis Bedford (photographer), The Caryatid porch of the Erechtheum, Acropolis, Athens, Greece 30 May 1862

Phrasikleia by Ariston of Paros and Kouros, lifesize,550 B.C.Found at Merenda Attica,1972.The base’s front bears an inscription with the name of the deceased Phrasikleia:ΣΗΜΑ ΦΡΑΣΙΚΛΕΙΑΣ·ΚΟΡΗ ΚΕΚΛΗΣΟΜΑΙ ΑΙΕΙ ΑΝΤΙ ΓΑΜΟΥ ΠΑΡΑ ΘΕΩΝ ΤΟΥΤΟ ΛΑΧΟΥΣ’ ΟΝΟΜΑ.Grave marker of Phrasikleia.I shall ever be called maiden,the gods allotting me this name in place of marriage.The left side of the base preserves an inscription with the name of the sculptor,ΑΡΙΣΤΙΩΝ ΠΑΡΙ[ΟΣ Μ’ ΕΠ]Ο[Ε]ΣΕ (Aristion of Paros made…

MERENTA EXCAVATION-FRASIKLEIA-KOUROS (Greek Radha Krishna)

Phrasikleia by Ariston of Paros and Kouros, lifesize,550 B.C.Found at Merenda Attica,1972.The base’s front bears an inscription with the name of the deceased Phrasikleia:ΣΗΜΑ ΦΡΑΣΙΚΛΕΙΑΣ·ΚΟΡΗ ΚΕΚΛΗΣΟΜΑΙ ΑΙΕΙ ΑΝΤΙ ΓΑΜΟΥ ΠΑΡΑ ΘΕΩΝ ΤΟΥΤΟ ΛΑΧΟΥΣ’ ΟΝΟΜΑ.Grave marker of Phrasikleia.I shall ever be called maiden,the gods allotting me this name in place of marriage.The left side of the base preserves an inscription with the name of the sculptor,ΑΡΙΣΤΙΩΝ ΠΑΡΙ[ΟΣ Μ’ ΕΠ]Ο[Ε]ΣΕ (Aristion of Paros made…

AKropolH_1870_sm

From the book of Alexandros Papageorgiou-Venetas, Athens: a vision of Classicism. The Frankopyrgos aka Tower of the Franks is standing still and mounds from the first excavations form an unfamiliar panorama.

Louis De Clercq - Discovery of Votive Statues in the Cypro-classical Center of Cyprus, September 1859

Louis De Clercq - Discovery of Votive Statues in the Cypro-classical Center of Cyprus, September 1859

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