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Herakles and Apollon

Marble relief of Herakles being chased by Apollon.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon, Athene and Nike

Apollon, Athene and Nike.

Marble relief from the first century BCE.

The Louvre Museum.

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Athene, Apollon and Nike

Athene, Apollon and Nike.

Marble relief from the first century BCE.

The Louvre Museum.

 

Apollon and Nike

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon and Nike

Apollon and Nike making a libation.

Carved in marble circa 100-75 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A life-size marble statue of Apollon.

Circa 130-150 CE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A life-size marble statue of Apollon.

Athens; 2nd century CE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon

A life-size marble statue of Apollon.

Italy; 1st century CE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon

A statuette of Apollon holding his lyre.

Made in Boeotia circa 520-500 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A statuette of Apollon holding his lyre.

Made in Athens circa 550-530 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A small terracotta head of Apollon.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A small terracotta head of Apollon.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon and Artemis

Small terracotta statues of Apollon and Artemis.

The Louvre Museum

 

Herakles and Apollon

Herakles carrying a tripod as Apollon chases him.

A Black-Figure oinochoe made in Athens circa 520 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Leto, Apollon and Tityos

A Red-Figure pelike with Leto, Apollon and Tityos.

Made in Athens circa 450-440 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Leto, Apollon and Tityos

Leto, Apollon and Tityos

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Hermes, Artemis and Apollon

Artemis, a seated young woman, Hermes and Apollon.

A Red-Figure krater made circa 380-370 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Hermes, Artemis and Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon and Orestes

The purification of Orestes by Apollon.

From a Red-Figure krater made in Apulia circa 380-370 BCE.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon

A bronze statuette of Apollon.

The Louvre Museum

 

Apollon and Artemis

Apollon and Artemis [at top] slaying the children of Niobe.

Roman, circa 1st century BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon

A life-size marble statue of Apollon with his lyre.

Roman, circa 2nd century BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon

A limestone head, presumably of Apollon.

Made on Cyprus; 2nd century BCE.

The British Museum

 

Herakles, Artemis and Apollon

A Black-Figured neck amphora with Herakles breaking an antler

from the Keryneian Hind as Artemis and Apollon look on.

Made in Athens circa 540-530 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Herakles

Herakles stealing a tripod from Delphi as Apollon chases him.

A Red-Figure neck amphora made in Athens circa 470-450 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Herakles

Herakles and Apollon tussling over the Delphic tripod.

A Red-Figure calyx-krater made in Athens circa 500-490 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Herakles and the snakes

Apollon [seated in the center] watches as the infant

Herakles wrestles with the snakes Hera put in his bed.

Herakles's brother Iphikles is trying to flee.

Hermes is on the left and Athene is on the right.

From a Red-Figure calyx-krater circa 400 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Zeus

Zeus [left] observes his daughter Artemis hunting a stag.

Apollon and Nike are also present.

A Red-Figure pelike made in Athens circa 370-350 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon

A marble statue of Apollon.

A 2nd century CE Roman statue; restored

in the eighteenth century by Carlo Albacini.

The British Museum

 

Marsyas, Athene and Apollon

Marsyas, Athene and Apollon

A Red-Figure column-krater made in Athens circa 410-400 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Marsyas, Athene and Apollon

Marsyas, Athene and Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon

Apollon riding a griffin.

A Red-Figure oinochoe made in Athens circa 410 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon, Leto and Artemis

Apollon, Leto and Artemis

From Vulci; circa 470-460 BCE.

The British Museum

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon

A bronze figurine of Apollon.

Found at Kosmas, Arkadia; from the early 5th century BCE.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon

Apollon [left] sits atop the Delphic tripod.

Found at Neo Phaleron, Attica

From a votive marble relief; circa 410 BCE.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon

A marble slab with Apollon, a Skythian and Marsyas.

Part of an altar or pedestal; found at Mantineia, Arkadia.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon

A marble statuette of Apollon Lykeios.

A Hellenistic copy of a 4th century BCE.

statue of Apollon at the Lyceum in Athens.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon

A marble head of Apollon; slightly larger than life.

4th century BCE

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon

Another view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon

A marble statuette of Apollon.

Found at Sparta; 2nd CE.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Apollon

Apollon with his lyre as Artemis pours a libation.

A Red-Figure pelike made circa 455-440 BCE.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Herakles and Apollon

Herakles fighting with Apollon for the Delphic tripod.

A Black-Figure skyphos made circa 490-480 BCE.

The National Archaeological Museum, Athens

 

Apollon, Leto and Artemis

A marble slab with Apollon, Leto and Artemis.

Part of an altar or pedestal; found at Mantineia, Arkadia.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Poseidon, Apollon, Artemis and Hermes

Poseidon, a goddess, Apollon, Artemis and Hermes.

A Black-Figure amphora from circa 530-480 BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

 

Dionysos, Apollon and Artemis.

Dionysos, Apollon and Artemis.

A Black-Figure amphora made in Athens, early 5th century BCE.

The National Archeological Museum, Athens

 

Dionysos, Apollon and Artemis

A close-up view of the preceding image.

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