Parthenon (414 Subjects)
North frieze of the Parthenon: Two youths preparing to mount their horses and follow the procession; others are just mounted and are beginning their march.
North frieze of the Parthenon: Three scaphephori or men carrying trays.
East frieze of the Parthenon: Sacrificial procession.
East frieze of the Parthenon: The giving of the Peplos. Athena with Hephaestus.
East frieze of the Parthenon: The giving of the peplos. Zeus with Hera.
East frieze of the Parthenon: Sacrificers and Oxen.
South frieze of the Parthenon: Horsemen, introduced here from the cavalcade on that side, because their dress is different from any that I saw on the northern.
The Parthenon: All the remaining pieces of this Freeze on a smaller scale, brought together in one view, and ranged in the order in which they originally stood. A. A. the west end, B. B. the north side, C. C. the east end, D. D. the south side.
The Acropolis from the east.
The Acropolis from the north.
Restoration of the West front of the Parthenon of Athens.
Parthenon of Athens, in its present state.
Part of the Temple of Minerva, in the Acropolis of Athens.
The Erechtheion and the Parthenon.
Reconstruction of ancient Athens.
Parthenon of Athens, Restored.
Interior of the Acropolis of Athens, from the Propylaea.