left zoforos 120
left flag GR
The thief shouts: I've been robbed!
The slayer complains:They want to kill me!
The liar does not believe anything.
Bertolt Brecht (1898 - 1956)

Those who accuse us of being thieves are those who plundered our civilization.
They are the same that filled their museums with stolen treasures.
They are the same who never forgave the Greek resistance against the German atrocity.
Unkown Soldier
South Frieze
zoforos 6066a 320
zoforos 6068a 320
zoforos 6069a 320
zoforos 6070a 320
zoforos 6071a 320
zoforos 6072a 320
zoforos 6073a 320
North Frieze
zoforos 6089a 320
zoforos 6088a 320
zoforos 6090a 320
zoforos 6091a 320
zoforos 6092a 320
zoforos 6094a 320
zoforos 6095a 320
zoforos 6096a 320
zoforos 6097a 320
zoforos 6098a 320
zoforos 6099a 320
zoforos 6100a 320
The Parthenon Frieze
The frieze consisted of 115 blocks. It had a total length of 160 meters and was 1.02 meters high.
Some 378 human figures and deities and more than 200 animals, mainly horses, are presented in the process. Groups of horses and chariots occupy most of the space on the frieze.
The sacrificial procession follows next, with animals and groups of men and women carrying ceremonial vessels and offerings. The procession concludes with the giving of the peplos, the gift of the Athenian people to the cult statue of the Goddess, a xoanon (ancient wooden statue). Left and right of the peplos scene sit the twelve gods of Mount Olympos.
From the entire frieze that survives today, 50 meters are in the Acropolis Museum, 80 meters in the British Museum, one block in the Louvre, whilst other fragments are scattered in the museums of Palermo, the Vatican, Würzburg, Vienna, Munich and Copenhagen.
West Frieze
zoforos 6040a 320
zoforos 6041a 320
zoforos 6042a 320
zoforos 6043b 320
zoforos 6044a 320
zoforos 6045a 320
zoforos 6046a 320
zoforos 6047a 320
zoforos 6048a 320
zoforos 6049a 320
zoforos 6050a 320
zoforos 6051a 320
zoforos 6052 320