Coin of the city of Acanthus.

Acanthus

Coin of the city of Acanthus.

The obverse and reverse sides of an ancient coin of Athens.

Coin of Athens

The obverse and reverse sides of an ancient coin of Athens.

"Street of tombs outside Ancient Athens." -Breasted, 1914

Athenian Tombs

"Street of tombs outside Ancient Athens." -Breasted, 1914

"The Temple of Theseus, the Areopagus, and the Acropolis of Athens." -Breasted, 1914

Athens

"The Temple of Theseus, the Areopagus, and the Acropolis of Athens." -Breasted, 1914

The stairway of the great altar at Pergamon in Ancient Greece shows a frieze. A frieze is a sculpture of an entablature in bas-relief.

Frieze of Altar at Pergamon

The stairway of the great altar at Pergamon in Ancient Greece shows a frieze. A frieze is a sculpture…

A poster with important images and facts from the Heroic period (1400-1100 B.C.)

Greece Poster

A poster with important images and facts from the Heroic period (1400-1100 B.C.)

A poster with important images and facts from the period of glory (500-431 B.C.).

Greece Poster

A poster with important images and facts from the period of glory (500-431 B.C.).

A poster with important images and facts from the period of decline (431-146 B.C.).

Greece Poster

A poster with important images and facts from the period of decline (431-146 B.C.).

A costume of an upper class Greek youth.

Greek Costume

A costume of an upper class Greek youth.

A poster with important images and facts of the Greek civilization.

Greek Poster

A poster with important images and facts of the Greek civilization.

A Greek soldier in the time of Alexander the Great.

Greek Soldier

A Greek soldier in the time of Alexander the Great.

Ancient Greek Mythology. King of Troy that fought to win his wife Helen back.

Menelaus

Ancient Greek Mythology. King of Troy that fought to win his wife Helen back.

Ancient Greek Mythology. Paris begins the Trojan War by kidnapping Helen of Troy, the most beautiful woman in the world.

Paris

Ancient Greek Mythology. Paris begins the Trojan War by kidnapping Helen of Troy, the most beautiful…

(469-399 B.C.) Greek philosopher who espoused the teaching technique of asking questions.

Socrates

(469-399 B.C.) Greek philosopher who espoused the teaching technique of asking questions.

(469-399 B.C.) Greek philosopher who espoused the teaching technique of asking questions.

Socrates

(469-399 B.C.) Greek philosopher who espoused the teaching technique of asking questions.

(c. 496-406 BCE) Tragic playwright of Ancient Greece. He wrote many famous plays including Electra, Anitogne and Oedipus Rex.

Sophocles

(c. 496-406 BCE) Tragic playwright of Ancient Greece. He wrote many famous plays including Electra,…

(c. 496-406 B.C.) Tragic playwright of Ancient Greece. He wrote many famous plays including Electra, Antigone and Oedipus Rex.

Sophocles

(c. 496-406 B.C.) Tragic playwright of Ancient Greece. He wrote many famous plays including Electra,…

A psaltry, a stringed instrument belonging to the harp family.  Originated in Greece.

The psaltry

A psaltry, a stringed instrument belonging to the harp family. Originated in Greece.

Battle of Thermopylae

Battle of Thermopylae

Battle of Thermopylae