Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: Four of the metopes on the South side; Fig. 7 being that in the Eastern angle, the rest follow in their proper order. Fig. 7 Theseus destroying the Minotaur Fig. 8 Theseus with the bull of Marathon Fig. 9 and Fig.10 These, as well as those which follon, of which no descriptions are given, is too much ruined to discover what the subjects are. [Theseus kills Periphetes and Sinis Pityocamptes].

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STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas

Title

Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: Four of the metopes on the South side; Fig. 7 being that in the Eastern angle, the rest follow in their proper order. Fig. 7 Theseus destroying the Minotaur Fig. 8 Theseus with the bull of Marathon Fig. 9 and Fig.10 These, as well as those which follon, of which no descriptions are given, is too much ruined to discover what the subjects are. [Theseus kills Periphetes and Sinis Pityocamptes].

Alternative Title

Four of the metopes on the South side; Fig. 7 being that in the Eastern angle, the rest follow in their proper order. Fig. 7 Theseus destroying the Minotaur Fig. 8 Theseus with the bull of Marathon Fig. 9 and Fig.10 These, as well as those which follon, of which no descriptions are given, is too much ruined to discover what the subjects are.

Date

1794

Bibliographic Citation

STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas. The Antiquities of Athens measured and delineated by James Stuart F.R.S. and F.S.A. and Nicholas Revett painters and architects, vol. III (ed. Willey Reveley), London, John Nichols, 1794.

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stuart_192

Table Of Contents

III, 1, XII

Spatial Coverage

Athens

Attica

Greece

Subject

Art and antiquities

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STUART, James / REVETT, Nicholas, “Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: Four of the metopes on the South side; Fig. 7 being that in the Eastern angle, the rest follow in their proper order. Fig. 7 Theseus destroying the Minotaur Fig. 8 Theseus with the bull of Marathon Fig. 9 and Fig.10 These, as well as those which follon, of which no descriptions are given, is too much ruined to discover what the subjects are. [Theseus kills Periphetes and Sinis Pityocamptes]. ,” travelogues, accessed February 20, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/49234.