Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus). Details of the front: Subterranean chamber at Mycenae. Details. Fig. 1 is of green marble, and still remains on the spot, immediately outside the avenue leading to the door. Fig. 2. Elevation of ditto, with part of the shaft of the column. Fig. 3. Detail of part of the ornament of the base developed at large. Fig. 4: Small fragment supposed to belong to the capital. Fig. 5: Part of the ornament of the shaft of column developed at large. Fig. 6: Plan of the upper part of the shaft. Fig. 7: Small fragment of white marble. Fig. 8: Small fragment of white marble, in the restoration applied as the parapet of the wall. Fig. 9: Fragment of green marble. Fig. 10: Fragment of red marble. The angle produced by two of the sides, corresponds precisely with the angles formed by the lines of the opening above the entrance, and which coincidence has therefore afforded authority for the introduction in the restored elevation of a basso-relievo.

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COCKERELL, Charles Robert

Title

Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus). Details of the front: Subterranean chamber at Mycenae. Details. Fig. 1 is of green marble, and still remains on the spot, immediately outside the avenue leading to the door. Fig. 2. Elevation of ditto, with part of the shaft of the column. Fig. 3. Detail of part of the ornament of the base developed at large. Fig. 4: Small fragment supposed to belong to the capital. Fig. 5: Part of the ornament of the shaft of column developed at large. Fig. 6: Plan of the upper part of the shaft. Fig. 7: Small fragment of white marble. Fig. 8: Small fragment of white marble, in the restoration applied as the parapet of the wall. Fig. 9: Fragment of green marble. Fig. 10: Fragment of red marble. The angle produced by two of the sides, corresponds precisely with the angles formed by the lines of the opening above the entrance, and which coincidence has therefore afforded authority for the introduction in the restored elevation of a basso-relievo.

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Subterranean chamber at Mycenae. Details. Fig. 1 is of green marble, and still remains on the spot, immediately outside the avenue leading to the door. Fig. 2. Elevation of ditto, with part of the shaft of the column. Fig. 3. Detail of part of the ornament of the base developed at large. Fig. 4: Small fragment supposed to belong to the capital. Fig. 5: Part of the ornament of the shaft of column developed at large. Fig. 6: Plan of the upper part of the shaft. Fig. 7: Small fragment of white marble. Fig. 8: Small fragment of white marble, in the restoration applied as the parapet of the wall. Fig. 9: Fragment of green marble. Fig. 10: Fragment of red marble. The angle produced by two of the sides, corresponds precisely with the angles formed by the lines of the opening above the entrance, and which coincidence has therefore afforded authority for the introduction in the restored elevation of a basso-relievo.

Date

1830

Bibliographic Citation

COCKERELL, Charles Robert, KINNARD, William, DONALDSON,Thomas Leverton, JENKINS, William, RAILTON, William. The Antiquities of Athens and other places in Greece, Sicily etc., supplementary to the Antiquities of Athens by James Stuart F.R.S. and F.S.A. and Nicholas Revett, delineated and illustrated by C.R. Cockerell, A.R.A. F.S.A., W.Kinnard, T.L.Donaldson, W.Jenkins, W.Railton, London, Priestley and Weale, 1830.

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stuart_427

Table Of Contents

6, IV

Spatial Coverage

Mycenae

Peloponnese

Greece

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Art and antiquities

Architecture and built environment

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COCKERELL, Charles Robert, “Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus). Details of the front: Subterranean chamber at Mycenae. Details. Fig. 1 is of green marble, and still remains on the spot, immediately outside the avenue leading to the door. Fig. 2. Elevation of ditto, with part of the shaft of the column. Fig. 3. Detail of part of the ornament of the base developed at large. Fig. 4: Small fragment supposed to belong to the capital. Fig. 5: Part of the ornament of the shaft of column developed at large. Fig. 6: Plan of the upper part of the shaft. Fig. 7: Small fragment of white marble. Fig. 8: Small fragment of white marble, in the restoration applied as the parapet of the wall. Fig. 9: Fragment of green marble. Fig. 10: Fragment of red marble. The angle produced by two of the sides, corresponds precisely with the angles formed by the lines of the opening above the entrance, and which coincidence has therefore afforded authority for the introduction in the restored elevation of a basso-relievo.,” travelogues, accessed March 5, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/49368.