Modern illustration of a 4th century BCE Greek hoplite.
An artist's rendition of how Greek hoplites may have appeared.
Greek Hoplites Fighting
Frieze of Greek hoplites fighting, from Nereid Monument at Xanthos in Lycia, ca. 390–380 BCE. On display at the British...
A scene depicting the Greek phalanx composed of heavily armed hoplite warriors.
Model of a Greek Trireme. Displayed at Deutsches Museum, Munich, Germany.
An artist's impression of what a Greek trireme warship may have looked like.
Greek Trireme Shipsheds
3D reconstruction of the shipsheds for the Athenian navy at Zea Harbour. Republished with permission from the Zea Harbour...
An artist's rendition of a surrender to a Greek army.
When Alexander the Great died in 323 BCE, he left behind an empire devoid of leadership. Without a named successor...
A hoplite (from ta hopla meaning tool or equipment) was the most common type of heavily armed foot-soldier in ancient Greece...