A marble statue of Marsyas, he who, in Greek mythology, challenged Apollo to a music contest and was flayed alive for...
Monolithic Columns, Corinth
The seven remaining columns of the Doric peripteral temple of Apollo at Corinth (550-530 BCE). The columns are monolithic...
Naxos, with an area of 430 km², is the largest island in the Cyclades archipelago. The island enjoyed its most prosperous...
Niobid Painter, "Niobid Krater," Attic red-figure calyx-krater, c. 460-50 B.C.E.
Niobid Painter, "Niobid Krater," Attic red-figure calyx-krater, c. 460-50 B.C.E. (Musée du Louvre) Speakers: Dr. Beth...
Omphalos of Delphi
A carved stone representing the omphalos (navel) or centre of the earth and symbol of Apollo (c. 330 BCE), Delphi Archaeological...
Plan of the temple of Apollo, Miletus
A plan of the decastyle temple of Apollo Didymaeus at Miletus (late 4th century BCE).
The Portara of Naxos. The doorway leading from the prodromos to the cella of the 6th century BCE temple of Apollo. The doorway...
The Pythia (or Oracle of Delphi) was the priestess who held court at Pytho, the sanctuary of the Delphinians, a sanctuary...
Sanctuary of Apollo in Delphi
Delphi was the site of the Delphic oracle, the most important oracle in the classical Greek world, when it was a major...
Sanctuary of Apollon in Cyrene
Ruins of the Sanctuary of Apollon in Cyrene, modern Libya.