|Fragment from a Frieze
|Fragment from the frieze of the Parthenon Cella.
|From the Frieze of the temple of Phigalia
|From the Frieze of the temple of Phigalia.
|Fragments of the Frieze from the Mausoleum Halicarnassos
|Fragments of the frieze from the Mausoleum Halicarnassos.
|Akrotiri Thera Fresco Fragmen
|Akrotiri Thera fresco a fragment from the National Archaeological Museum Athens.
|Frieze at the Corner of Parthenon
|Ancient friezes at NW corner of Parthenon.
|Image of the East Frieze of the Parthenon
|Image of the East Frieze of the Parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|East Frieze of the Parthenon
|East frieze of the Parthenon with Athena holding a spear.
|Fragment from Ergastinai Weavers Frieze
|Athenian woman wearing a chiton from a detail of a fragment Ergastinai weavers frieze.
|Remaining Reliefs at the East Parthenon
|Remaining reliefs at the east side of Parthenon.
|South Frieze of Temple of Athena
|South Frieze of Temple of Athena showing the battle between the Greeks and Orientals.
|Detail from the East Frieze of the Parthenon
|Detail from the east frieze of the Parthenon of a bearded man receiving a folded cloth from a child.
|Bronze Wheel Stand
|Bronze wheel stand, 13th or 12th century B.C.
|Cattle Led to Sacrifice
|Frieze from the south Parthenon of a cattle led to a sacrifice, 447-433 BC.
|Cavalcade from the Parthenon
|Procession seen at the Parthenon, 5ht century BC.
|Frieze from the Parthenon
|Frieze from the Parthenon, detail of Eponymous heroes or archons.
|Ergastinai weavers, a block frieze from the East of the Parthenon.
|Detail from the East of Parthenon
|Detail from the east frieze of the Parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|Marshall East Frieze of Parthenon
|Marshals found at the east frieze of parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|Proecesion of the Sacrificial Bulls
|South frieze of the parthenon showing the procession of the sacrificial bulls, 447-433 BC.
|Thymiaterion and Phiale Bearers
|Thymiaterion and Phiale bearers seen at the East frieze of Parthenon, 447-433 BC.
|West Frieze of Parthenon
|Image showing the west frieze of Parthenon.