The royal grave circle within the walls of Mycenae (1600 BCE). It was in the shaft graves here that Heinrich Schliemann discovered in 1876 CE the famous gold death mask attributed (incorrectly) to King Agamemnon.
Mycenaean bridge-spouted jug displaying a Minoan influence (1500-1450 BCE). Found in the Kalkani tomb, Mycenae. Archaeological Museum Mycenae.
Built in 1250 BCE and contemporary with the Lion Gate.
The south gate of the citadel (1200 BCE) with foundations of two houses (A & B) visible on the left.
The inner entrance to the stepped tunnel (1200 BCE) which descends 18 metres to a subterranean well. The well is supplied via a stone aqueduct from a spring east of the citadel.
A detail of the assembly of the gods from the east frieze of the Treasury of the Siphians (525 BCE), Delphi. Delphi Archaeological Museum.
The stadium of Delphi, orginally built in the 5th century BCE, the stone seats visible today were added in the second century CE.
Attic black-figure column crater depicting a foot race (510-500 BCE). Olympia Archaeological Museum.
A bronze statue of a boxer (2nd century BCE). The leather thongs wrapped around the fist can be clearly seen. Olympia Archaeological Museum.