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King Ludwig I, an enthusiastic admirer of antiquity, assembled while still Crown Prince a collection of Greek and Roman sculpture of international importance. In order to make this collection ...

King Ludwig I, an enthusiastic admirer of antiquity, assembled while still Crown Prince a collection of Greek and Roman sculpture of international importance. In order to make this collection available to a wide public, he had the Munich Glyptothek built by Leo von Klenze opened it in 1830.

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    • Greek Art in Munich at Glyptothek
    • King Ludwig I, an enthusiastic admirer of antiquity, assembled while still Crown Prince a collection of Greek and Roman sculpture of international importance. In order to make this collection available to a wide public, he had the Munich Glyptothek built by Leo von Klenze opened it in 1830.
    • Prometheus –Daedalus -Phidias-Adrianos imperator
    • Hephaestus- Pericles
    • Admission € 3.50; reduced 2,50 €, Sunday 1, - € Monday closed, Address Royal Square, 80333 Munich Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 28 61 00 info@antike-am-koenigsplatz.mwn
    • Room I: Palmette of an antefix tile from the Marble roof of Parthenon. Cornice block from Erechtheion. Acropolis of Athens - Portrait of Homer 450 BC
    • Room I: 2,10m grave statue of a young from Attica 540 BC —Corinthian statue of a young 560 BC, Teneas Kouros.
    • II: Room of the Faun Barberini
    • II: Votive relief depicting a rustic sanctuary. God Asclepius seated on a throne and a godness Health, sacred plane tree, pillar with small figures altar and a whole sacrificing family. About 200 BC.
    • II: Medusa Rondarini 440 BCIV: Grave relief of Mnesarete Attica 380 BC
    • IV: Statues of a mourning girl and a girl with a dove 360-310 BC V: Fatherly Silenus with the child Dionysos the son of Zeus. Copy of a statue by Lysippos 310 BC
    • Room VI: Lekuthos. Grave stone of Eukoline(seated).The deceased among her family father Chaireas, husband Onesimos, son, nurse with baby. Attica 400 BC
    • Room V: Eirene, the goddess of Peace as mother of the growing prosperity (Ploutos) copy of a cult statue by Kephisodotos erected on market place of Athens 370 BC—Aphrodite Free copy of the cult statue by Praxiteles in Knidos 350 BC
    • From Room V looking IV and III roomsRoom VI: Grave relief of Artemon Attica 350 BC
    • Room VI: of the Grave Relief with the HuntsmanVII: Crowning of the west apex of the roof anthemion flanked by two small korai statues.
    • The sanctuary of Aphaia on the Island of Aegina half an hour from Piraeus.
    • Temple doric architecture. Width 15,5m, length 30,5m, height 12,4m.
    • VII: West pediment group. Second Trojan War (as described in Homer)
    • VII: In the middle Athena who determines the fate of men. The first warrior on the left is Ajax.510-500 BC
    • VII: In the two corners warriors lie wounded by the arrows of the archers.
    • VII: 10 statues from 13IX: The elderly dying warrior on the left is the Trojan King Laomedon.
    • IX: East Pediment Group, First Trojan War 7 statues from 11.
    • IX: In the middle of east pediment Athena. The champion on the left is Telamon. The archer on the right with the lion’s head helmet is Heracles. Perhaps an early work of sculptor Onatas of Aegina 485/480BC
    • VII: On each side of Athena a fighting pair. The first warrior on the left is Ajax, grandson of Aiakos the legendary first ruler of Aegina.
    • IX: Heracles—Laomedon.
    • IX: Head of warrior in the east pediment group.X: Votive relief to Dionysos the god of the theatre and a goddess. Donor family, masks of a theatrical comedy 360 BC.
    • A movement about to return the “Aeginetes marbles” to Aegina island is going topically now.
    • The monument of Aphaia temple as is looking today.
    • Design Representation from “Η ΚΑΘΗΜΕΡΙΝΗ newspaper”
    • 1860 Cockerell – A. Deroy 1877
    • Afea temple, Aegina island 2005
    • X:Alexander the Great. Copy of a work by Euphranor 338 BCRoom I: Bronze statuette of Zeus with thunderbolt. Corinthian work About 530/520 BC
    • Décor at the walls of the museum
    • Room X: Alexander the Great. Copy of a work by Euphranor 338 BCX: Roman relief with sacrificial scene.1st century AD
    • III: Athena Velletri roman copy 2nd century ACXIII: Drunken old woman with a big flask of wine 200/180 BC
    • Room XI: Statue of Livia wife of Augustus after 14 AD XI: Statue in honour of a Roman military commander in armour. 1st century BC.
    • XI: Relief friezes from a statue base The road of married Poseidon and Amphitrite on the sea with different monsters 150 BC
    • XI: Septimius Severus(193-212 AD)XI: Bust of a man in tunic and paludamentum (cloak) 170 AD
    • XI: Fragments of a large sarcophagus with a relief of a hunt.270 AD Others fragments are in Milan, Chapel Hill(USA) and in Princeton NY.XI: Frieze from Trajan’s Forum in Rome. Completed 112 AD. The frieze slabs belong to a long frieze band which decorated a magnificent state market hall.
    • XI:Sarcophagus of a married couple 240 AD XII: Colossal statue of Apollo from a Roman villa in Tuscany. 1st/2nd centuries AD.
    • XII: Roman statue of Artemis 1st AD XII: Dresden Artemis
    • XII: Hermes. Roman statue borrowing from Greek models.1st ADXII: Roman mosaic called stumble pattern.
    • XII: Statue of Muse 130 BCHeroised statue of Domitian as prince
    • XIII: The boy with the goose 250 BC XIII: Statue of Dionysos
    • XIII: Sarcophagus marriage of Dionysos(Bacchus) and Ariadne on Naxos.150/160 AD
    • Inside court entrance from room VIII for coffee time.
    • Cool drinks and special view when you visit and Afea temple at Aegina.
    • Propylaea aside in Doric rhythm.
      Made by Dionysos 26-04-2011 …..to 200 years about Aeginetes marble at Glyptothek on Munich.