Greek Religion Prescribed Sources Notes

Including:

• Black figure Panathenaic Amphora, 333–332 BC, in the British Museum (1856,1001.1)

• Red-figure plaque depicting the cult of Eleusis, c.400–300 BC, in the National Museum in Athens (vase number 231)

• Red-figure amphora depicting sacrifice, the Nausicaa Painter, c.450 BC, in the British Museum (1846,0128.1)

• Marble relief/anatomical votive from the shrine of Asklepios, in British Museum (1867,0508.117)

• Attic red-figure kylix depicting a consultation of the Pythia, by the Kodros painter, c.440–430 BC, in the Antikensammlung Berlin (Ident.Nr. F 2538)

• The following archaeological sites, with particular reference to the listed parts:

• The Athenian Acropolis, including the Parthenon and the Erechtheion

• Delphi, including the Temple of Apollo, the Theatre, the Sacred Way, the stadium

• Olympia, including the Temple of Zeus and Pheidias’ statue, the ash altar of Olympian Zeus, the treasuries, the Echo Stoa and the stadium

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