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Greek Architecture; Temple of Apollo Epicurius : Bassae; Plan

Title/Description
Temple of Apollo Epikurios
Original Caption
Greek Architecture
Temple of Apollo Epicurius : Bassae
Plan
View Description
: plan
Date
ca. 420 B.C.E.
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture; Temple on the Ilissus : Athens; View from S.W. (restored)

Title/Description
Temple on the Ilissos (Temple of Artemis Agrotera)
Original Caption
Greek Architecture
Temple on the Ilissus : Athens
View from S.W. (restored)
View Description
: view from southwest (reconstruction drawing)
Creator
Kallikrates(?)
Date
ca. 449-430 B.C.E.
Notes
destroyed by the Turks in 1778 C.E.
Attributed to Kallikrates?
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture; Temple on the Ilissus : Athens; Front elevation

Title/Description
Temple on the Ilissos (Temple of Artemis Agrotera)
Original Caption
Greek Architecture
Temple on the Ilissus : Athens
Front elevation
View Description
: front elevation
Creator
Kallikrates(?)
Date
ca. 449-430 B.C.E.
Notes
destroyed by the Turks in 1778 C.E.
Attributed to Kallikrates?
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture. Doric Style.; Temple in antis. Temple of Themis, Rhamnus.

Title/Description
(Smaller) Temple of Themis
Original Caption
Greek Architecture. Doric Style.
Temple in antis. Temple of Themis, Rhamnus.
View Description
: elevation (reconstruction drawing)
Date
ca. early 5th century B.C.E.
Notes
distyle in antis
Category
Ancient Greece

Atlantes in temple at Agrigentum.

Title/Description
Temple of Zeus Olympios (Olympeium)
Original Caption
Atlantes in temple at Agrigentum.
View Description
: detail of telamon (Atlantid) figure
Date
ca. 470-460 B.C.E.
Notes
h. 25’
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture. Earliest Period.; Doric Style.; Elevation of Doric column and entablature.

Title/Description
Doric order
Original Caption
Greek Architecture. Earliest Period.
Doric Style.
Elevation of Doric column and entablature.
View Description
: column and entablature (diagram)
Notes
includes key
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture. Earliest Period.; Doric Style.; Parallel of Doric columns.

Title/Description
Doric order
Original Caption
Greek Architecture. Earliest Period.
Doric Style.
Parallel of Doric columns.
View Description
: comparison of Doric columns: a) Temple at Delos (Hellenistic) ; b) Parthenon (Classical); c) Temple of Apollo at Corinth (Archaic)
Notes
includes key
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture. Doric Style.; Doric frieze and cornice.; Doric entablature and construction of roof.

Title/Description
Doric order
Original Caption
Greek Architecture. Doric Style.
Doric frieze and cornice.
Doric entablature and construction of roof.
View Description
: entablature (diagram)
Notes
includes key
Category
Ancient Greece

Temple of Aphaia : Aegina; West pediment (Now in Munich Museum)

Title/Description
Temple of Aphaia
Original Caption
Temple of Aphaia : Aegina
West pediment (Now in Munich Museum)
View Description
: west pediment (diagram)
Date
ca. 500-490 B.C.E.
Notes
Individual sculptures in collection of the Glyptothek, Munich
Category
Ancient Greece

Remains of Temple (of Castor and Pollux?) at Agrigentum.

Title/Description
Temple of Castor and Pollux (Temple of the Dioskouroi)
Original Caption
Remains of Temple (of Castor and Pollux?) at Agrigentum.
Date
5th century B.C.E.*
Notes
The “Temple of Castor and Pollux,” sometimes linked to the older Temple to the Cthonic Deities, may have been originally dedicated to Demeter and Persephone, and was probably begun ca. 480-470 B.C.E. Much of the surviving structure may date from the last third of the 5th century B.C.E. This Temple may have been completed or rebuilt with a Hellenistic entablature during the 3rd century B.C.E., though surviving fragments may also belong to a separate structure. This illustration shows the results of a controversial partial “restoration,” carried out between 1836-1871, now believed to have combined portions of several different buildings to create an artificial, albeit picturesque, “ruin.”
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture; The Mausoleum : Halicarnassos; West front [Restd. by Newton 1862]

Title/Description
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Original Caption
Greek Architecture
The Mausoleum : Halicarnassos
West front [Restd. by Newton 1862]
View Description
: west elevation
Date
ca. 353 B.C.E.
Notes
“restored by Newton, 1862”
Category
Ancient Greece

Greek Architecture; The Mausoleum : Halicarnassos; South front [Restd. by Newton 1862]

Title/Description
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Original Caption
Greek Architecture
The Mausoleum : Halicarnassos
South front [Restd. by Newton 1862]
View Description
: south elevation
Date
ca. 353 B.C.E.
Notes
“restored by Newton, 1862”
Category
Ancient Greece