Pericles and the Agora: Ancient Symbol of Commerce and Democracy
The great statesman Pericles was credited with bringing Athens into its "golden age", at a pinnacle of culture...
The Persian Wars refers to the conflict between Greece and Persia in the 5th century BCE which involved two invasions...
Phidias(?), Parthenon Frieze, c. 438-32 B.C.E.
More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=KzZF1lP4Rbk Phidias(?), Parthenon Frieze, c. 438-32 B.C.E., pentelic...
Piraeus (or Peiraieus) was the ancient port of Athens throughout the Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic periods and...
Piraeus & The Long Walls
An illustration of the Long Walls fortifications which connected the city of Athens to its port of Piraeus from the...
Poseidon and the Founding of Athens | Mythology w/ Dael
Dael tells the story of how Poseidon tried to invest in some real estate and was very bad at it, featuring useless gifts...
Propylaea is the name given to monumental gates or entranceways to a specific space, usually to a temple or religious complex...
The Propylaea, the monumental gate entrance to the Athens acropolis. Architect: Mnesicles, c. 437–431 BCE.
The plan of the Propylaea, the monumental gate of the Athens acropolis, c. 437-431 BCE.
Propylaea, Athenian Acropolis
The Propylaea, the monumental gate to the acropolis of Athens. Interior (west) view. Architect: Mnesicles, c. 437–431...