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Strife of Poseidon and Athena, from the western pediment of the Parthenon. Dionysus from the eastern pediment of the Parthenon. Dionysus from the Choregic monument of Lysicrates. The strife of Poseidon and Athena, with other gods present: Ancient vase, which was discovered during the excavations of the walls of the Acropolis and ended up in Cambridge as part of Edward Clarke's collection.
Tags: Acropolis of Athens, Ancient gods / deities, Ancient pottery / Vase painting, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Choregic monument of Lysicrates, Choregic monuments, Dionysus, Eastern pediment of the Parthenon, Edward Daniel Clarke, Greece, Greek mythology, Parthenon, Reliefs, Western pediment of the Parthenon
View of the Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa). On the right Hadrian's Arch and the Temple of Olympian Zeus.
Tags: Acropolis of Athens, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Central Greece, Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa), Choregic monuments, Columns / Pillars, Corinthian order, Costume - Hats and headwear, Greece, Hadrian, Hadrian's Arch (Athens), Human types, Olympeion - Temple of Olympian Zeus (Athens), Roman architecture, Roman monuments, Roman Εmperors, Views, Walls
Composition: Choregic monument of Lysicrates in Athens together with the port of Faliro, close to Piraeus.
Tags: Argo-Saronic gulf, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Boats and ships, Central Greece, Choregic monument of Lysicrates, Choregic monuments, Christian priests, Costume - Hats and headwear, Cultural activities, Dance, Dancers, Ethnic groups, Europeans, Faliro, Greece, Greeks, Houses, Human types, Music, Musical instruments, Musicians, Natural environment, Ottomans, Ports, Ruins, Social sphere and everyday life
Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa): Fig. I. The profile of the part above the cornice. Fig. II. The section of that part through the middle of the steps on which the statue is seated. Fig. III. The base of the taller of the two columns with triangular capitals. Fig. IV. The base of the lesser.
View of the Choregic Monument of Thrasyllus (Church of Panagia Spiliotissa). Mount Hymettus in the background; at its feet the church of Agios Georgios Alexandrinos. The domed building on the right is the church of Agia Paraskevi, and between the church and the rock stands the metochion of Agioi Asomatoi monastery. The people gathered are waiting for the priest who is going to perform the service at Panagia Spiliotissa.
Tags: Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Children, Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa), Choregic monuments, Costume - Hats and headwear, Ethnic groups, Greece, Greeks, Hagia Paraskevi (South Slope of Acropolis), Hagios Georgios of Alexandria, Metochion of Hagioi Asomatoi Monastery, Women
Choregic monument of Lysicrates in Athens: Fig. 1. A quarter of the upper surface of the Tholus or Cupola. Fig. 2. A section of the cupola made on the line CD of the foregoing figure. Fig. 3. A section of part of the cupola on the line EF. Fig. 4. A section of the helix or scroll marked A in Fig. 1, and 2. Fig. 5. represents the remains of the vitruvian scrols.
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