Erechtheum

The Temple of Erechtheus, an early mythical king of Athens, on the Acropolis.

Erechtheum

Temple in Athens, Greece, situated to the north of the Parthenon on the Acropolis. Completed about 405 BC, it ...
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Erechtheum

Ionic temple of Athena, built during 421–405 on the Acropolis at Athens, famous largely for its complexity and for the exquisite perfection of its ... [9 related articles]
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Erechtheum

Erechtheum (irek'thēum) [for Erechtheus], Gr. Erechtheion, temple in Pentelic marble, on the Acropolis at Athens. One of the masterpieces of Greek architecture, it was constructed between c.421 B.C. and 405 B.C. to replace an earlier temple to Athena destroyed by the Persians. Its design i...
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