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Sculpted base for a monument celebrating a victory in the apobates at the Panathenaic Games, 4th century B.C. As the race made its way along the Panathenaic Way, the armed passenger was expected to jump ... Cf. 2000.02.1148 Horizontal (normal)

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Altar of the Twelve Gods, originally dated 522/1 B.C., with later rebuildings. One corner of the sill only is visible, just south of the modern Athens–Piraeus railway ... Horizontal (normal)

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Plan of the buildings along the west side of the Agora as they would have appeared in ca. 100 B.C ... Horizontal (normal)

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Reconstruction of the Doric Stoa of Zeus Eleutherios, ca. 430–420 B.C ... Horizontal (normal)

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Reconstructed plan of the Temple of Apollo Patroos, dating from the second half of the 4th century B.C ... English version. Horizontal (normal)

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Reconstructed plan of the Temple of Apollo Patroos, dating from the second half of the 4th century B.C ... Greek version. Horizontal (normal)

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Monumental cult statue of Apollo Patroos by Euphranor ... Craig Mauzy ... Cf. 2008.01.0085 Horizontal (normal)

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Plan of the Hephaisteion, showing also the conversion of the temple into the Church of St. George, 7th century A.C ... Cf. 1997.05.0468. Detail of plan. Horizontal (normal)

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Plan of the administrative buildings at the south end of the west side of the Agora ... English version. Horizontal (normal)

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Plan of the administrative buildings at the south end of the west side of the Agora ... Greek version. Horizontal (normal)