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Delphi

Charioteer of Delphi

Charioteer of Delphi

Charioteer of Delphi

Temple of Apollo at Delphi. (SIte of the Oracle)

Sanctuary of Apollo - Delphi, Greece

Temple of Apollo at Delphi. (SIte of the Oracle)

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Delphi, Greece

Pictures of Greece and the Greek Islands

Pictures and images of Greece and the Greek Islands including Athens, Naxos, Corfu, Epirus, Lefkada, Lefkas, Santorini, Skiathos, Skopelos, Thassos, Peloponnese, Kefalonia, Crete and the Pelion, Photographs of Greece

Delphi tripod - Sacrificial tripod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Delphi tripod - Sacrificial tripod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

museo archeologico di delfi - Auriga altro profilo

museo archeologico di delfi - Auriga altro profilo

museo archeologico di delfi - SFINGE DI NASSI

museo archeologico di delfi - SFINGE DI NASSI

museo archeologico di delfi - Statua dell'Auriga particolare

museo archeologico di delfi - Statua dell'Auriga particolare

museo archeologico di delfi - Kleobis e Biton

museo archeologico di delfi - Kleobis e Biton

ca. 330 BCE. The Delphic Omphalos, (literal meaning 'navel') referring to the renown Oracle as the center of the earth.  Pythia the oracular priestess at Delphi was known as the Delphic Bee.  A carved stone in the form of a wicker bee-skep. Delphi Archaeological Museum, Gre...

Omphalos of Delphi

A carved stone representing the omphalos (navel) or centre of the earth and symbol of Apollo (c. 330 BCE), Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece.

Apollo

Greek Sculpture  (May represent Apollo)  6th Century BCE  --  Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

Greek Sculpture (May represent Apollo) 6th Century BCE -- Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

museo archeologico di delfi - APOLLO

museo archeologico di delfi - APOLLO

Apollo/Apulu. Sixth century BCE. Terracotta. Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome.

Roman Art: Apollo

Apollo/Apulu. Sixth century BCE. Terracotta. Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome.

Greek god  is the son of Zeus & Leto, & has a twin sister, the huntress Artemis. Often depicted as the beardless young man, Apollo is known as the god of prophecy, music, intellectual pursuits, healing, plague, & sometimes, the sun. (the Roman god equivalent bears the same name)

☀ Apollo :: Greek God of the Sun and Light

Apollo is the son of Zeus and Leto, twin brother of Artemis. He was the god of music, and he is often depicted playing a golden lyre. He was also kno...

prassitele apollo sauroctonos - Cerca con Google

prassitele apollo sauroctonos - Cerca con Google

Statue of Apollo Kitharoedus (detail), from the Casa del Citarista, Late 1st century BC. Chr., After 50. Chr. , Naples National Archaeological Museum

Pompeji. Götter, Mythen, Menschen: Statue des Apollon Kitharoedus (Detail), aus der Casa del Citarista, Spätes 1. Jahrhundert v. Chr., nach 50 v. Chr.

Statue of Apollo Kitharoedus (detail), from the Casa del Citarista, Late 1st century BC. Chr., After 50. Chr. , Naples National Archaeological Museum

Muse

Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy  in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu),Greece.

The 9 Muses

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A Roman sculpture of unknown date depicting Clio the Muse of history. (Vatican Museums, Rome).

Muse

In Greek mythology, the nine Muses are goddesses of the various arts such as music, dance, and poetry and are blessed not only with wonderful artistic talents...

Thalia Muse of the Theatre. Roman 2nd.century AD. marble. QUEST FOR BEAUTY

QUEST FOR BEAUTY

Thalia Muse of the Theatre. Roman 2nd.century AD. marble. http://hadrian6.tumblr.com

Polyhymnia , the Muse of Hymns  in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu).

The 9 Muses

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Ares

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Acropolis

Acropolis, Greece

Acropolis, Greece

Ruins of Temple of Athena on the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

GR_7428

Ruins of Temple of Athena on the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

Plaka district, Athens, Greece

Plaka district, Athens, Greece by maryanne on Indulgy.com

Artemis

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Kore/ Persephone / Demeter

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Athena

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Aphrodite

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Rhyton

Rhyton in form of Dionysos, Athens, 500-490 BC

Rhyton in form of Dionysos, Athens, 500-490 BC

Krater

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Gorgo

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Charioteer of Delphi

Charioteer of Delphi

Charioteer of Delphi

Temple of Apollo at Delphi. (SIte of the Oracle)

Sanctuary of Apollo - Delphi, Greece

Temple of Apollo at Delphi. (SIte of the Oracle)

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Delphi, Greece

Pictures of Greece and the Greek Islands

Pictures and images of Greece and the Greek Islands including Athens, Naxos, Corfu, Epirus, Lefkada, Lefkas, Santorini, Skiathos, Skopelos, Thassos, Peloponnese, Kefalonia, Crete and the Pelion, Photographs of Greece

Acropolis, Greece

Acropolis, Greece

Ruins of Temple of Athena on the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

GR_7428

Ruins of Temple of Athena on the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

Plaka district, Athens, Greece

Plaka district, Athens, Greece by maryanne on Indulgy.com

Greek Sculpture  (May represent Apollo)  6th Century BCE  --  Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

Greek Sculpture (May represent Apollo) 6th Century BCE -- Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece

Delphi tripod - Sacrificial tripod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Delphi tripod - Sacrificial tripod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

museo archeologico di delfi - Auriga altro profilo

museo archeologico di delfi - Auriga altro profilo

museo archeologico di delfi - SFINGE DI NASSI

museo archeologico di delfi - SFINGE DI NASSI

museo archeologico di delfi - Statua dell'Auriga particolare

museo archeologico di delfi - Statua dell'Auriga particolare

museo archeologico di delfi - Kleobis e Biton

museo archeologico di delfi - Kleobis e Biton

ca. 330 BCE. The Delphic Omphalos, (literal meaning 'navel') referring to the renown Oracle as the center of the earth.  Pythia the oracular priestess at Delphi was known as the Delphic Bee.  A carved stone in the form of a wicker bee-skep. Delphi Archaeological Museum, Gre...

Omphalos of Delphi

A carved stone representing the omphalos (navel) or centre of the earth and symbol of Apollo (c. 330 BCE), Delphi Archaeological Museum, Greece.

Melpomene, the Muse of Tragedy  in Achílleion, Kerkira (Corfu),Greece.

The 9 Muses

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A Roman sculpture of unknown date depicting Clio the Muse of history. (Vatican Museums, Rome).

Muse

In Greek mythology, the nine Muses are goddesses of the various arts such as music, dance, and poetry and are blessed not only with wonderful artistic talents...