NYPL's Public Domain Archive. Not developed or endorsed by NYPL. Part of the World's largest public domain source PICRYL.com.
Topic

greeks

117 media by topicpage 1 of 2
Habit of the Greek sultaness in 1749. Sultane Greque.
King of the Greeks
Jean Baptiste Vanmour - Dame greque dans son apartement
Albanian Costume
Certame del pancrazio - Wonders of the Ancient World
Country People, Corfu
Costumes et portraits. 1. L'Emir Hâggy [Amir al-Hajj]; 2. Habitans de l'oasis et du Mont Sinaï; 3. Le Cheykh Sâdât; 4. Le joueur de violon; 5. Habitant de Damas [Damascus].
Apollo and Diana come to the rescue of their mother Latona, who is being abducted by Tityus.
Jason, in search of the Golden Fleece, at the court of Aeetes, King of Colchis
Pilgrims of the Greek Church buying candles to be lighted by the "Holy Fire" in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, at the celebration of the Easter Festival
Herodote historien - Wonders of the Ancient World
The Jordan at Bâniâs (Cæsarea Philippi).  Bâniâs is merely the Arabic pronunciation of the ancient Panias of the Greeks and Romans. In the foreground is a peasant carrying a plough.
Yabneh, the ancient Jabneh. Called also Jabneel, and by the Greeks Jamnia.  It is a large village, four miles from the seashore, surrounded by orchards. Its mosque was once a Christian church. Its port, once the rival of Joppa, has now almost entirely disappeared.
Eshdûd, the ancient Ashdod.  Called by the Greeks Azotus.  The modern village stands on the slope of a hill, one hundred feet above the sea, and three miles from the shore.  The green knoll in the foreground is crowned by the wely of Sheikh Ibrahim el Matbûk.
King of the Greeks
King of the Greeks
Affiche pour l'opéra "Hellé", représenté au Théâtre national de l'Opéra
Habit of a Greek lady of Pera in Natolia, in 1568. Fille d'Grecque dans la Natolie.
Teste di Arabi; Teste di Greci.
Grec des isles de l'archipel, jouant du taboura
Jean Baptiste Vanmour - Fille de Chio, isle de l'archipel
[1. Têtes d'Arabes. 2. Un moine grec; Un Juif de Jérusalem; Un primat d'Alexandrie.. ]
Ulysses at the table of Circe
Ulysses makes himself known to Penelope
Nozze di Penelope e di Ulisse
Odysseus killing the suitors.
Aeneas and the shade of Creusa
The mother of Euryalus receiving the news of his death
Ballo Delio - Wonders of the Ancient World
The ball-dance in ancient Greece
Danza Bacchica - Wonders of the Ancient World
The Ionian dance - Wonders of the Ancient World
Cratère (Chiusi). - Wonders of the Ancient World
Lits de repas grecs, d'après un vase peint du Musée du Louvre
Un banquet en Grèce
The bon-vivant - Wonders of the Ancient World
Greece - Wonders of the Ancient World
Cotyle by Brygos, in Boston, side B
Sports of Greek girls
Toletta delle Greche - Wonders of the Ancient World
Königliche Hofhaltung - Wonders of the Ancient World
Cuadro de costumbres, trajes y tocados de los griegos
Kottabos - Wonders of the Ancient World
Offering at the tomb
The ostracism of Aristides
The vanquishers of Salamis
Greek headdress and helmets
Éducation equestre - Wonders of the Ancient World
Triclinion de la maison athénienne
Bärenjagd - Wonders of the Ancient World
Greek hunter, by John Gibson.  Lord Yarborough
Home of a rich Athenian woman
Alcibiades and Aspasia - Wonders of the Ancient World
Grece - Wonders of the Ancient World
Varie maschere - Wonders of the Ancient World
The comedians - Wonders of the Ancient World
Comedian - Wonders of the Ancient World
Kylix painting with four satyrs repelled by Hermes, Hera and Heracles
The return of Hephaestus to Olympus, with Dionysus and satyr
Amphore (Vulci). - Wonders of the Ancient World
Dionysus brings Hephaestus, god of fire....
The birth of Erichthonius.
Birth of Minerva assisted by Apollo, Juno, Neptune, Vulcan, Eileithyia (goddess of birth), Hercules and Mars.
The introduction of Hercules and the Dioscuri, Castor and Pollux, in Eleusinian mysteries.
Mercury kills Argus, who is represented with his body covered with eyes.
Apollo and Artemis performing a libation at an altar
Apollo on a square base sings a paean and plays the cithara.
Apollo Amazonius seated on a throne in a rich Asiatic costume....
Bellerophon at the fountain
Attic crater, 4th century B.C., Dionysus and nymphs.
Maenads with thyrsi dance in a ring around the ancient wooden statue of Dionysus.
The birth of Erichthonius.
The Three Graces bathing assisted by the Hours.
Hercules attacks the three-bodied monster Geryon....
Minerva and Mercury. - Wonders of the Ancient World
The nine muses. - Wonders of the Ancient World
Triptolemus seated in his chariot, flanked by two men
Triptolemus seated in his winged chariot drawn by two dragons....
Apollo and Aphrodite on cushioned couch, flanked by female attendants with basket, mirror, box and magic wheel; Eros hovers above with wreath
[The four presents.]
Antisthenes - Wonders of the Ancient World
The banishment of Aristides
Aristophanes - Wonders of the Ancient World
Heraclite - Wonders of the Ancient World
Heraclitus - Wonders of the Ancient World
Heraclitus - Wonders of the Ancient World
Herodotus - Wonders of the Ancient World
Herodotus reading his history to the assembled Greeks
Hesiod - Wonders of the Ancient World
Hesiod - Wonders of the Ancient World
Hesiode poete Grec. - Wonders of the Ancient World
Pyrgoteles. - Wonders of the Ancient World
Pyrrho - Wonders of the Ancient World
Pyrrhus Rex - Wonders of the Ancient World
Pyrrhus - Wonders of the Ancient World
Pythagoras - Wonders of the Ancient World
Socrates and his son
Death of Socrates - Wonders of the Ancient World
Solon - Wonders of the Ancient World
Thucydide, (historien grec.) - Wonders of the Ancient World
Previous

of 2

Next