Argolis (321 Subjects)
Tholos tomb in Mycenae, known as "Treasury of Atreus".
Map of Argolis, Epidaurus, Troezen, Hermionis, Aegina and Kynouria.
The fortress of Palamidi in Nafplio.
The Acropolis of Mycenae.
View of Nafplion. Bourtzi fortress in the foreground, Acronauplia in the middle ground and Palamidi in the background.
The Lion Gate at Mycenae.
Plans of the tholos tombs of Orchomenus and Mycenae.
The Lion Gate, Mycenae.
The Acropolis of Mycenae from the summit of Chonia.
The Tholos Tomb at Mycenae, known as the Treasury of Atreus (2nd millenium BCE).
Grave circle A in the Acropolis of Mycenae. In the distance, the posterior part of Lion's Gate, seen from the southeast.
The Acropolis of Tiryns with the remains of the cyclopean walls of the late Helladic era, from the southeast.
The eastern stoa of the Palace of Tiryns, from the south.
Nafplion with the acropolis of Acronauplia and the fortress of Palamidi, from the northern side of the bay.
The lion of Nafplio, sculpted by Siegel on behalf of Ludwig I, in memory of the Bavarians who died in Greece in 1833-34.
The ancient theatre of Epidaurus.
The ancient theatre of Epidaurus. The western entrance to the orchestra.
Remains on the site of the temple of Apollo Meleas on Mount Cynortium.
Part of a terracotta cornice and frieze found in the Sanctuary of Asclepius in Epidaurus.
Nafplio in 1841.
Tunnel in the Mycenean Acropolis of Tiryns.
The tholos tomb known as Treasury of Atreus in Mycenae.
The interior of the tholos tomb in Mycenae, known also as Treasury of Atreus.
View of Palaia Epidavros in Peloponnese.
Calauria and Troezen in Argolis.
View of Nafplio in Argolis.