I wonder where all of the heads went?
Mosaic floor from a Roman villa. Looks like an optical illusion.
Miniature statues of deities.
An ancient mirror.
Ancient accessories that can pass as modern ones.
Experiments with colours.
Corinthian soldiers’ helmet and spear.
Head of Dionysos. Greek God of wine and revelry.
A Roman statue
Great garden idea! Love the cacti.
Beautiful Corinthian pots. I wish I had the big one in my home 😉
Another head of Dionysus
Ancient Greek Gravestones
A few photographs from the museum in Ancient Corinth. I got too excited, so I took so many photos that it was hard to sort them out afterwards. I just don’t want to forget everything that I have seen, as being in a museum can sometimes be overwhelming.
Μερικές φωτογραφίες από το μουσείο της Αρχαίας Κορίνθου. Ενθούσιαστηκα πολύ, και εβγαλα πολλέs φωτογραφίες και ηταν δυσκολο να τις τακτοποιησω μετα. Απλά δεν θέλω να ξεχασω ολα οσα εχω δει , γιατι μερικες φορες οταν πηγαινεις σε μουσείο η επμειρία μπορει να είναι συντριπτικός.
The temple of Apollo is built with Doric style columns.
There were 38 columns, now there are only 7 left.
Korinthian columns from another building on the site.
Ancient settlement with ‘Acrokorinthos’ (a fort on the mountain top) at the distance
Temple of Apollo from a distance.
The temple of Apollo, Greek and Roman God of music and light, is located at the base of ‘Akrokorinthos’ the fortress overlooking Corinthos. The temple was built in 540 B.C. there was an earlier temple built on this site in the 7th Century B.C. It was a wealthy trading city in its prime, but it not have a good reputation. Loose morals were a problem something that St. Paul addressed in his letters to the Corinthinas as it was still a problem in his time.