Artifacts

Title Sort descending Image Description Period Region Sub Period Sub Region Sub Subject Subject Status Edit
Altar Of Aphrodite Altar Of Aphrodite

Altar Of Aphrodite

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens architecture-public Architecture Active
Altar Of Aphrodite Altar Of Aphrodite

Altar Of Aphrodite

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens architecture-public-government Architecture Active
Altar of Domitius Ahenobarbus Altar of Domitius Ahenobarbus

Altar of Domitius Ahenobarbus

Roman Unknown Roman-Imperial Unknown architecture-fortification-walls Architecture Active
Altar of the Twelve Gods

Altar of the 12 Gods, Athens.

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens architecture-public-stoas Architecture Active
Altar of Tukulti-Ninurta I At altar of Tukulti-Ninurta I (1244-1208 BC) from Ashur, with a relief in which homage is paid only to the symbol of a god, in this case Nusku, set upon an image of the altar itself. Ht 53 cm

At altar of Tukulti-Ninurta I (1244-1208 BC) from Ashur, with a relief in which homage is paid only to the symbol of a god, in this case Nusku, set upon an image of the altar itself. Ht 53 cm

Near Eastern Near East Near Eastern-Neo Assyrian Asia-Near East-Kalhu/Nimrud sculpture-stone-free standing Sculpture Active
Altar Of Twelve Gods Altar Of Twelve Gods

Altar Of Twelve Gods

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens sculpture-stone-architectural Sculpture Active
Altar Of Twelve Gods Altar Of Twelve Gods

Altar Of Twelve Gods

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens architecture-public-government Architecture Active
Altar of Zeus Greek Greece Mainland Peloponnese Greek-Classical-Late Greece-Mainland-Peloponnese-Pylos architecture-religious-temple Architecture Inactive
Altar of Zeus The altar of Zeus and Athena in Pergamum, 181-159 B.C. Construction began after the victories of Eumenes II over Pontus. Accessed by a monumental staircase with relief representation. An independent place of worship, not connected to any temple.

The altar of Zeus and Athena in Pergamum, 181-159 B.C. Construction began after the victories of Eumenes II over Pontus. Accessed by a monumental staircase with relief representation. An independent place of worship, not connected to any temple.

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Knossos architecture-palace Architecture Active
Altar of Zeus

Altar of Zeus, Athens.

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens architecture-religious-temple Architecture Active
Altar of Zeus and Athena Altar of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria.

Altar of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria.

Greek Italy-Apulia Greek-Classical Italy-Apulia vases-pottery Vases Active
Altar of Zeus and Athena The altar of Zeus and Athena in Pergamum. This picture shows the north wing of the altar representing a Gigantomachy. Altar is 2.3 meters high, 120 meters long.

The altar of Zeus and Athena in Pergamum. This picture shows the north wing of the altar representing a Gigantomachy. Altar is 2.3 meters high, 120 meters long.

Prehistoric Greece Mainland Attica Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens architecture-palace Architecture Active
Altar of Zeus and Athena as Found Altar of Zeus and Athena as it was found.

Altar of Zeus and Athena as it was found.

Greek Italy-Apulia Greek-Classical Italy-Apulia vases-pottery Vases Active
Altar Plan Zeus and Athena Altar of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria.  Above: drawings in elevation, section, and plan.  Blow: diagram to show the locaton of the altar and other remains which have been found.

Altar of Zeus Phratrios and Athena Phratria. Above: drawings in elevation, section, and plan. Blow: diagram to show the locaton of the altar and other remains which have been found.

Greek Italy-Apulia Greek-Classical Italy-Apulia Miscellaneous-frescoes Miscellaneous Active
Altar Under the Lapis Niger Plan of the altar under the Lapis Niger.

Plan of the altar under the Lapis Niger.

Roman Italy-Latium Roman-Imperial Italy-Latium-Rome architecture-public-fora Architecture Active
Altars Altars

Altars

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-funerary-tomb/graves Architecture Inactive
Altars Altars

Altars

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-funerary-cemetery Architecture Inactive
Altars Altars

Altars

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-funerary-cemetery Architecture Inactive
Altars Altars

Altars

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-funerary Architecture Inactive
Altars Altars

Altars

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-funerary-cemetery Architecture Active
Altars Altars

Altars

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-funerary Architecture Inactive
Amazon by Pheidias Amazon by Pheidias

Amazon by Pheidias

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Classical-High Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens sculpture-stone-relief Sculpture Active
Amazon from Scenic Canal Statue of an Amazon from the scenic canal from Hadrian's Villa

Statue of an Amazon from the scenic canal from Hadrian's Villa

Roman Italy-Latium Roman-Imperial Italy-Latium-Rome Miscellaneous-frescoes Miscellaneous Active
Amazons attacking a Greek Amazons attacking a Greek. Sarcophagus from Tarquinii. Archaeological Museum, Florence. 4th century BC.

Amazons attacking a Greek. Sarcophagus from Tarquinii. Archaeological Museum, Florence. 4th century BC.

Etruscan Italy-Etruria Etruscan Italy-Etruria-Tarquinii Painting Miscellaneous Active
Amazons driving a quadriga Amazons driving a quadriga. Sarcophagus from Tarquinii. Archaeological Museum, Florence. 4th century BC.

Amazons driving a quadriga. Sarcophagus from Tarquinii. Archaeological Museum, Florence. 4th century BC.

Etruscan Italy-Etruria Etruscan Italy-Etruria-Tarquinii Painting Miscellaneous Active
Amber figurine of Bacchus accompanied by a panther and a satyr Amber figurine of Bacchus accompanied by a panther and a satyr. From Esch, Netherlands. Height 10 cm. First quarter of 3rd century AD. 's-Hertogenbosch, Central Noord Brabants Museum.

Amber figurine of Bacchus accompanied by a panther and a satyr. From Esch, Netherlands. Height 10 cm. First quarter of 3rd century AD. 's-Hertogenbosch, Central Noord Brabants Museum.

Roman Europe Roman-Imperial Europe-Netherlands sculpture-sculpture Sculpture Active
Ameno Greek Greece Islands Aegean Crete Greek-Classical-Late Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Phaistos architecture-religious-temple Architecture Active
Amnisos House of the Lilies from NWN Prehistoric Greece Islands Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Helladic-Early Greece-Islands-Ionian maps-archaeological Maps Active
Amnisos House of the Lilies from SW View of the House of the Lilies at Amnisos from the SW

View of the House of the Lilies at Amnisos from the SW

Prehistoric Greece Mainland Boeotia Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan-Postpalatial Greece-Mainland-Boeotia architecture-religious-sanctuary Architecture Active
Amnisos House of the Lilies from WNW View of the House of the Lilies from Amnisos from the WNW

View of the House of the Lilies from Amnisos from the WNW

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan-Postpalatial Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Amnisos architecture-palace Architecture Active
Amnisos Lustral Basin Amnisos lustral basin

Amnisos lustral basin

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan-Palatial Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Amnisos architecture-religious-temple Architecture Active
Amnisos NE corner Amnisos northeast corner

Amnisos northeast corner

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan-Palatial Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Anemospelia architecture-religious Architecture Active
Amnisos Paved Central Room Amnisos paved Central Room

Amnisos paved Central Room

Prehistoric Greece Mainland Attica Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan-Palatial Greece-Mainland-Attica architecture-religious Architecture Active
Amnisos Small Rooms SE Amnisos Small Rooms in the southeast

Amnisos Small Rooms in the southeast

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Anemospelia architecture-architecture Architecture Active
Amnisos Villa NW Amnisos Villa from the northwest

Amnisos Villa from the northwest

Prehistoric Asia Minor Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan-Palatial Asia Minor architecture-funerary-tomb/graves Architecture Active
Amnisos Villa. Amnisos Villa.

Amnisos Villa.

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Crete Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Minoan Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Amnisos architecture-domestic Architecture Active
Amorgos - ECII figure Amorgos - ECII figure

Amorgos - ECII figure

Prehistoric Greece Islands Aegean Cyclades Prehistoric-Bronze Age-Cycladic-Early Greece-Islands-Aegean-Cyclades-Amorgos sculpture-sculpture Sculpture Active
Ampharete Grave Relief The Ampharete grave relief from Athens.
From the time of about 410 BC. The grandmother Ampharete holding her dead grandchild in her arms.

The Ampharete grave relief from Athens.
From the time of about 410 BC. The grandmother Ampharete holding her dead grandchild in her arms.

Greek Greece Islands Aegean Crete Greek-Classical Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete architecture-religious-shrines Architecture Active
Ampharete Grave Relief Greek Greece Islands Aegean Crete Greek-Geometric Greece-Islands-Aegean-Crete-Knossos architecture-palace Architecture Active
Amphitheater at Capua Remains of amphitheater at Capua showing the understructure of staging area including elevator shafts that would have brought up gladiators and animals.

Remains of amphitheater at Capua showing the understructure of staging area including elevator shafts that would have brought up gladiators and animals.

Roman Italy Roman-Imperial Italy architecture-public-arches Architecture Active
Amphitheatre at Lepcis Magna The amphitheatre at Lepcis Magna in the course of excavation. It was doubtless supplied with animals by hunters such as those depicted on the walls of the 'Hunting Baths'.

The amphitheatre at Lepcis Magna in the course of excavation. It was doubtless supplied with animals by hunters such as those depicted on the walls of the 'Hunting Baths'.

Roman Africa Roman-Imperial Africa-North Africa-Tripolitania-Lepcis Magna architecture-public-amphitheaters Architecture Active
Amphitheatre at Nimes The well-preserved amphitheatre at Nimes, which was built probably soon after 30BC. Amphitheatres scattered all over Italy and the western provinces of the Roman Empire testify to their great popularity there, but are rare in the more Helenized East.

The well-preserved amphitheatre at Nimes, which was built probably soon after 30BC. Amphitheatres scattered all over Italy and the western provinces of the Roman Empire testify to their great popularity there, but are rare in the more Helenized East.

Roman Europe Roman-Republic Europe-France architecture-public-amphitheaters Architecture Active
Amphitheatre, El Djem (Thysdrus) Amphitheatre, El Djem (Thysdrus). Date uncertain (late 2nd to mid-3rd century AD?)

Amphitheatre, El Djem (Thysdrus). Date uncertain (late 2nd to mid-3rd century AD?)

Roman Africa Roman-Imperial Africa-North Africa architecture-public-amphitheaters Architecture Active
Amphora Greek Greece Mainland Macedonia Greek-Geometric Greece-Mainland-Macedonia-Vergina architecture-palace Architecture Active
Amphora and Other Pottery from Geometric Burial Amphora, 0.715m high, containing the ashes of the buried person, other pottery from the geometric cremation burial found on the NW slope of the Aeropagus around 850 B.C.

Amphora, 0.715m high, containing the ashes of the buried person, other pottery from the geometric cremation burial found on the NW slope of the Aeropagus around 850 B.C.

Greek Unknown Greek-Geometric Unknown script-alphabetic-Greek Script Active
Amphora by Amasis Painter Amphora by Amasis Painter.  An example of Attic Black Figure Pottery (570-530 BCE)

Amphora by Amasis Painter. An example of Attic Black Figure Pottery (570-530 BCE)

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens vases-pottery Vases Active
Amphora by Copenhagen Painter Copenhagen Painter, red figure pointed neck amphora ca. 470 BC.

Copenhagen Painter, red figure pointed neck amphora ca. 470 BC.

Greek Unknown Greek-Classical Unknown vases-pottery Vases Active
Amphora by Kleophrades Painter of Dionysiac Festival 1 Dionysus with his retinue.  Vase created by Kleophrades between 500-490 B.C.

Dionysus with his retinue. Vase created by Kleophrades between 500-490 B.C.

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens vases-pottery Vases Active
Amphora by Kleophrades Painter of Dionysiac Festival 2 Dionysus with his retinue.  Red Figure Vase created by Kleophrades between 500-490 B.C. (close up)

Dionysus with his retinue. Red Figure Vase created by Kleophrades between 500-490 B.C. (close up)

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens vases-pottery Vases Active
amphora depicting birth of Athena Athenian black figure amphora depicting birth of Athena. 550-540 BC.  By Phrynos Painter.

Athenian black figure amphora depicting birth of Athena. 550-540 BC. By Phrynos Painter.

Greek Greece Mainland Attica Greek-Archaic Greece-Mainland-Attica-Athens sculpture-bronze Sculpture Active