Explore
Navigate
Home
Crete Image Library
New Search What's New

Page: 2 / 8

click to view full size
The temple of Egyptian Gods
click to view full size
The Law Code of Gortyna
click to view full size
The Law Code of Gortyna
The Great Inscription also known as the 'Queen of Inscriptions', or the 'Twelve Columns or Deltoi', includes the Law Code of the large ancient city Gortyn and is unanimously regarded as the greatest contribution of Classical Crete to Ancient Greek civilization.
Tags
Gortys Archaeology Gortyna Ancient Odeum Gortyna Gortyn Law Code

Credits: interkriti
click to view full size
Dysikos Beach
click to view full size
Dysikos Beach (Dyskos)
click to view full size
Messara plain and Dikti mountains
click to view full size
Marble Statue from Nymphaeum
A marble statue of Aphrodite holding a basin, found at Nymphaeum in Gortyna archaeological site.
Roman Period 2nd century B.C.
Heraklion Museum
Tags
Gortys Archaeology Gortyna Ancient Nymphaeum Gortys Findings Heraklion Museum Statue

Credits: interkriti
click to view full size
Nympaeum of Gortyn
click to view full size
Statues of Isis and Zeus
Two statues from the temple of the Egyptian Gods at Gortyn that combine iconographic elements and symbols of Hellenic and Egyptian deities. alike. The Isis - Persephone figure is holding a sistrum and wearing a moon disk, the symbol of Isis, on her head. Zeus - Sarapis, with a modio on his head, represents Pluto with Cerberus beside him, the three - headed dog that guards the Underworld. Roman Period rnd century A.D. - Heraklion Museum
Tags
Gortys Archaeology Gortyna Ancient Isieion Gortys Findings Heraklion Museum Statue

Credits: interkriti
click to view full size
The temple of Egyptian Gods
click to view full size
The temple of Egyptian Gods
click to view full size
The temple of the Pythian Apollo

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
View Slide Show Search Image Library




Navigate | Explore
Contact Us
Your gateway to Crete
©interkriti.org 1996-2017
Top