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1. The Acropolis Hill of Athens

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In this presentation there is significant information for the construction-artifacts that Ancient Greeks created around 5th Century BC and the distructions they have suffered by conquerors. It's a pity when monuments and pieces of History are victims of human conficts.

In this presentation there is significant information for the construction-artifacts that Ancient Greeks created around 5th Century BC and the distructions they have suffered by conquerors. It's a pity when monuments and pieces of History are victims of human conficts.

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1. The Acropolis Hill of Athens

  1. 1. The Acropolis Hill of Athens 25-09-2014 4th meeting of YoUtopia 6o Geniko Lykeio of Aigaleo YoUtopia Towards Participative Citizenship September 22-26, 2014
  2. 2. YoUtopia partners walking up the Acropolis Hill
  3. 3. Representation of the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis of Athens
  4. 4. Destruction • Many conquerors passed through Athens. Unfortunately the building of the Acropolis Hill didn’t escape destructions and looting through centuries. • Here is one more representation of the Sacred Rock of the Acropolis of Athens. One can realize that it has been a real masterpiece that it deserved to have been preserved and not subject to war vandalism. It still keep its energy though.
  5. 5. A simulation of the “Parthenon”
  6. 6. The temple of Goddess Athena
  7. 7. Goddess Athena
  8. 8. Protector of the City of Athens Athena was the Goddess of Wisdom and protector of the city of Athens, beloved child of the God of Gods Dias-Zeus. The city was named after her at a contest between her and God of Sea, the Poseidon. Athena offered the best present to the Athenians (Kecropeans till then), an olive tree.
  9. 9. The Name Contest-The Winner Fighting against god Poseidon for the name of the city called at that time Kecropeia after its king. Athena won the contest and the city was named after her.
  10. 10. Athena Goddess of wisdom-the Owl • She was the Goddess of wisdom as she was born from the head of Dias. Her symbol was the owl. Owl is the symbol for Greek Educational system till today.
  11. 11. Athena, goddess of Arts and Letters
  12. 12. Athena and Dias fighting against Giants
  13. 13. The two beautiful goddesses, Athena and Aphrodite. They fought for the Trojan prince Paris’ love. Aphrodite goddess of beauty and love won. Athena and Aphrodite
  14. 14. The buildings on the Acropolis Hill are singnalling the Golden Age of Pericles.
  15. 15. The “Parthenon” Disigned by Iktinos and Kallikrates
  16. 16. Built during the Golden Age of Pericles
  17. 17. Its style is Doric
  18. 18. Restoration of parts of the temple
  19. 19. The “Propylaia” (entrance)
  20. 20. South side of the Acropolis Rock
  21. 21. East side of the Acropolis Hill. All around it Plaka, the Old City stretches out.
  22. 22. The Erechtheion
  23. 23. The Erechtheion It was built to accommodate the religious rituals that the old temple housed. At the south-west corner is supported by six massive female statues, the famous Caryatids.
  24. 24. The Caryatides
  25. 25. The two theaters on the Acropolis slope • The South slope of the Acropolis has two theaters, the Odeion of Herodes Atticus and the Theater of Dionysos. The Theater of Dionysos is not as well preserved as the other, but it has more significance. The structure dates back to the fourth century BC but had many other later remodelings. The Athenian tradition of theatrical representations first began at the Theatre of Dionysos. Theater developed into a religious celebration, in honor of the god Dionysos
  26. 26. Herodium or Odeon of Herodes the Atticus
  27. 27. The construction of the theatre • Ιt was built in 161 AD by the Athenian magnate Herodes Atticus. Herodes Atticus (ad 101–177) was a distinguished and rich Greek aristocrat and sophist who served as a Roman senator. In Latin, his full name was given as Lucius Vibullius Hipparchus Tiberius Claudius Atticus Herodes.
  28. 28. Athens View and the Herodium
  29. 29. Dionysus theatre
  30. 30. Representation of the Theater of Dionysus
  31. 31. • Dionysus was the god of wine. Many theaters were devoted to him. Athenians' greatest celebration was “Dionysia”. It was built during the 4th century BC. VIPs!!!
  32. 32. View of Athens from The Rock of the Acropolis
  33. 33. Going back 2500 years in Ancientry to the Golden Age of Pericles
  34. 34. West Athens’ view from the Acropolis
  35. 35. View of St Lycabettus Hill
  36. 36. View of the Philopapos Hill from the Acropolis Hill
  37. 37. East-north view of Athens from the Acropolis Hill
  38. 38. • We HAVE to remember our origin, respect our ancestors and their achievements, be taught by their wise script and generally preserve our national heritage. • JUST REMEMBERING OF THE PAST FOR A BETTER FUTURE.

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