The Erechtheion

Section of the pediment depicting individual figures or pairs of gods, heroes and mortals composed in scenes connected with the myths and cults at the Erechtheion.
Five of the six statues of Korai (Caryatids) which supported the roof of the south porch of the Erechtheion

The sixth Caryatid can be found in the British Museum.
421-415 BC.

Rear view of the Caryatids

421-415 BC.

One of the six marble statues of Korai (Caryatids) that substituted for columns and supported the ceiling of the south porch of the Erechtheion

421–415 BC.

Lamp in the shape of a warship

Found in the Erechtheion. According to the carved inscription “sacred object of Athena”, it was dedicated to Athena Polias, who was worshipped in the eastern part of the Erechtheion.
End of the 5th cent. BC. Bronze (NAM X 7038)