Roman lamps and buildings in Athens, Greece

Several Medieval pottery vessels and sherds are on display in the museum at the Athenian Agora.



Moldmade oil lamp showing Herakles, with his club and lionskin, holding the Golden Apples of the Hesperides. Made in Athens and signed on the base by PEIMOY. Dating approximately AD 200 to 250. British Museum Burgon Collection, GR 1842.7028.902).



Moldmade oil lamp showing an erotic scene of a woman mating with a horse. Made in Athens and signed by the maker, PREIMOS. Dating approximately AD 200 to 250. British Museum GR 1971.4-26.39).



Odeon of Herodes Atticus built in AD 161; photographed from the Acropolis of Athens.



Odeon of Herodes Atticus built in AD 161; photographed from the Acropolis of Athens.



Theatre of Dionysus viewed from the Acropolis of Athens. The theater was built during the Hellenistic Period. It was expanded by the Romans.



Roman lamp displayed in the Agora Museum in Athens.



Marble head identified as a priest of Isis in the Agora Museum in Athens.



Marble statue of Hadrian in the Agora Museum in Athens.



Late Roman blown glass bottle in the Agora Museum in Athens.



Late Roman blown glass bottle in the Agora Museum in Athens.



Professor Michael Fuller in a rare beardless moment in Athens in 2009


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