The epilogue of antiquity

Portrait of a philosopher

The portrait most likely represents the philosopher Plutarch (350-433 AD), founder of the Neo-Platonic School of Athens, who sponsored the procession of the Great Panathenaia on three occasions. Early 5th cent. AD (Acr. 1313)

Marble throne from an earlier public building that was later used as an Episcopal throne in the Parthenon after its conversion into a Christian church in the 6th cent. AD

3rd-2nd cent. BC (Acr. 1366)