Theatre of Delphi
The theatre of Delphi and the temple of Apollo below (4th century BCE). The capacity of the theatre was around 5,000 spectators...
Tholos of Delphi
The Tholos temple of Delphi, c. 580 BCE and originally with 20 columns.
Treasury of The Athenians, Delphi
Built in 490 BCE following the Athenian victory over Persia at Marathon the treasury takes the form of a Doric temple...
Greece's Top Ten Stops
The fortified ghost town of Vathia, on Greece's Mani Peninsula, was once as wild as our Wild West. (photo: Rick Steves...
The Changing Faces of Apollo
Apollo was considered an epitome of youth and beauty, source of life and healing, patron of the civilized arts, and...
Charioteer of Delphi, c. 478-474 B.C.E.
More free lessons at: http://www.khanacademy.org/video?v=A-Q79HlORtM Charioteer of Delphi, c. 478-474 B.C.E., bronze (lost...
Delphi, Greece: Spectacular Ancient Site
Ancient Delphi, perched high on the slopes of Mt. Parnassos, was not a city. It was the site of the oracle of Apollo...
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Sibyls: Prophecy and Power in the Ancient World
Jorge Guillermo's Sibyls examines the fascinating phenomenon of oracles and prophetesses in the ancient world. Beginning...