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Tholos of the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia. ca
Tholos of the Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia. ca
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Bundorragha River, Delphi, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland
Bundorragha River, Delphi, County Mayo, Republic of Ireland
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Delphi Oracle
Delphi Oracle
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The Pyhthoness
The Pyhthoness
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Claude Lorrain (1600-1682). View of Delphi with
Claude Lorrain (1600-1682). View of Delphi with
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The Ruins of Delphi, Greece, excavated 1896-1900
The Ruins of Delphi, Greece, excavated 1896-1900
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Delphi, Valley of Plaistos and Gulf of Corinth, Greece
Delphi, Valley of Plaistos and Gulf of Corinth, Greece
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Remains of the Gymnasium at Delphi, Greece
Remains of the Gymnasium at Delphi, Greece
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Delphi Gorge, Mayo
Delphi Gorge, Mayo
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Gold plate depicting a winged griffin. 6th century B.C. Delp
Gold plate depicting a winged griffin. 6th century B.C. Delp
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Greece. Delphi. The Athenian Treasury. 510 to 480 B.C
Greece. Delphi. The Athenian Treasury. 510 to 480 B.C
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Greek Art. Greece. Delphi. The Stoa of the Athenians. c. 478
Greek Art. Greece. Delphi. The Stoa of the Athenians. c. 478
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The Pyhthoness Featured Image

The Pyhthoness

The Phythoness, was the event of when the Pythia, more commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi, would sit on a tripod interpreting her divination. The Oracle or Pythia was the name given to any priestess whom was working in the Temple of Apollo. In regards to this illustration the priestess appears to be in agony, whilst she is surrounded by other prophets. The location in which they are in is the Temple of Apollo, which was located in Delphi. Date: 8 B.C

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Marble statue of a greek philosopher. Probably Socrates
Marble statue of a greek philosopher. Probably Socrates
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Greek art. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style
Greek art. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style
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Treasury of the Athenians. 5th century BC. Inscription. Delp
Treasury of the Athenians. 5th century BC. Inscription. Delp
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Siphnian Treasury. 530 BC. Greece
Siphnian Treasury. 530 BC. Greece
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Treasury of Siphnos (525 B.C.). Gigantomachy. North frieze
Treasury of Siphnos (525 B.C.). Gigantomachy. North frieze
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The Treasure of the Athenians. Detail
The Treasure of the Athenians. Detail
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Siphnian Treasury
Siphnian Treasury
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Greece/Delphi/Village
Greece/Delphi/Village
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Greece. Delphi. Temple of Apollo
Greece. Delphi. Temple of Apollo
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Greece Delphi
Greece Delphi
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Oracle of Delphi
Oracle of Delphi
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The Theatre and Temple of Apollo, Delphi, Greece
The Theatre and Temple of Apollo, Delphi, Greece
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Greek art. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style Featured Image

Greek art. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style

Greek art. Archaic. Siphnish Treasury. Frieze sculpture. Ionic style. 530-525 BC. Ares, Aphrodite, Artemis and Apollo. They are supporting the Trojans. Delphi Archaeological Museum

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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The Charioteer - Classical Greek art - Delphi
The Charioteer - Classical Greek art - Delphi
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The Charioteer. ca. 475 BC. Classical Greek
The Charioteer. ca. 475 BC. Classical Greek
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Pediment and frieze from the treasury of the
Pediment and frieze from the treasury of the
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Sphinx of Naxos. ca. 570 BC. Archaic Greek art
Sphinx of Naxos. ca. 570 BC. Archaic Greek art
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GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Temple
GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Temple
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GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Sacred
GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Sacred
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GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Stadium
GREECE. CENTRAL GREECE. PHOCIS. Delphi. Stadium
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Ruins at Delphi, Greece
Ruins at Delphi, Greece
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Parnassos Oros
Parnassos Oros
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Greek Tripod
Greek Tripod
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Serpentine Column and Theodosius Obelisk
Serpentine Column and Theodosius Obelisk
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Greece Parnassos
Greece Parnassos
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Serpentine Column and Theodosius Obelisk Featured Image

Serpentine Column and Theodosius Obelisk

The three intertwined bronze serpents were the base of a trophy which once stood in the Temple of Apollo in Delphi. Dedicated to the God Apollo by the 31 Greek cities who defeated the Persians at Plataea in 479BC. The missing serpent heads are likely to have been broken off by a drunken member of the Polish Embassy one night in 1700. The upper part of one of the heads was found in 1847 and is now in the Archaeological Museum in Istanbul

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection

Apollo Pythias
Apollo Pythias
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TROPHONIUS
TROPHONIUS
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Delphic Sibyl
Delphic Sibyl
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Delphi-Palast Hotel
Delphi-Palast Hotel
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Greece/Delphi/Portico
Greece/Delphi/Portico
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Ireland/Pass of Delphi
Ireland/Pass of Delphi
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Apollo and the Python
Apollo and the Python
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Cadmus Consults Oracle
Cadmus Consults Oracle
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