Inscription from the Acropolis of Larissa, Argos. Drawings of several parts of the walls of the Acropolis of Larissa (Argos) and of the Acropolis of Tiryns. Capital of green marble, Mycenae. Wedge of brass, brass nails from the Treasury, Mycenae. Ornamented red marble in a church near the Treasury at Mycenae, [originally part of the reliefs at the entrance to the Tholos Tomb of Mycenae].

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GELL, William

Title

Inscription from the Acropolis of Larissa, Argos. Drawings of several parts of the walls of the Acropolis of Larissa (Argos) and of the Acropolis of Tiryns. Capital of green marble, Mycenae. Wedge of brass, brass nails from the Treasury, Mycenae. Ornamented red marble in a church near the Treasury at Mycenae, [originally part of the reliefs at the entrance to the Tholos Tomb of Mycenae].

Alternative Title

Argos, Curious inscription in Larissa. Eastern wall of Larissa, Argos. Section of the walls Tiryns. Wall of the base of Larissa. North of the theater, Argos. Walls of inner gallery Tiryns. Capital of green marble, Mycenae. Mycenae: Wedge of brass. Brass nails from the Treasury. Ornamented red marble in a church near the Treasury at Mycenae.

Date

1810

Bibliographic Citation

GELL, William. The Itinerary of Greece with a Commerntary on Pausanias and Strabo and an Account of the Monuments of Antiquity at Present existing in that Country compiled in the Years M DCCC I : II: V: VI, London, T. Payne, 1810.

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gell5_7

Spatial Coverage

Mycenae

Peloponnese

Greece

Subject

Art and antiquities

Architecture and built environment

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GELL, William, “Inscription from the Acropolis of Larissa, Argos. Drawings of several parts of the walls of the Acropolis of Larissa (Argos) and of the Acropolis of Tiryns. Capital of green marble, Mycenae. Wedge of brass, brass nails from the Treasury, Mycenae. Ornamented red marble in a church near the Treasury at Mycenae, [originally part of the reliefs at the entrance to the Tholos Tomb of Mycenae]. ,” travelogues, accessed March 5, 2024, http://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/53508.