A diagram illustrating the pronaos of a temple - the space between the outer columns and entrance of a Classical temple...
The Propylaea, the monumental gate entrance to the Athens acropolis. Architect: Mnesicles, c. 437–431 BCE.
Propylaea is the name given to monumental gates or entranceways to a specific space, usually to a temple or religious complex...
The plan of the Propylaea, the monumental gate of the Athens acropolis, c. 437-431 BCE.
An illustration of the Propylaea or monumental gateway of the Athenian acropolis, 5th century BCE.
The Propylaea, monumental gateway to the acropolis of Athens. Constructed between c. 437 and 431 BCE in the age of Pericles...
Sanctuary of Apollon in Cyrene
Ruins of the Sanctuary of Apollon in Cyrene, modern Libya.
Sicilian Temples (Greek Metrology)
Characteristics of Sicilian Archaic Temples The large dimensions of the components, the presence of a propteron...
Siracusa 3D Reborn. An Ancient Greek City brought Back To Life
2013 CHNT Video Award - Vote if you like it! Davide TANASI / Francesco GABELLONE / Ivan FERRARI (Arcadia University...
In the ancient Greek world, the word stadium or stadion referred to a measurement of distance, a foot-race, and the place...