The Erechtheion

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The Erechtheion, 421-405 B.C.E. (Classical Greek), Acropolis, Athens
Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. Created by Steven Zucker and Beth Harris.

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One of the best descriptions I have seen of the Erechtheion. Thanks.

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This is a very informative video with very pleasant voiceovers thanks for the upload!

Author — Alyssia MacDonald

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I am highly interested in Art and Architecture, absolutely love your channel! Thank you for all your work!

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so blessed that I have seen it in my lifetime - September 1, 2017. thank you Athenians I had a wonderful time in your amazing city!

Author — Maruja Concon

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i love how thorough the details you both give are.

Author — young raheem

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thanks <3 now I can do my homework!

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Come to the Reynolda House Museum of American Art to see: Frederick Church: a Painter’s Pilgrimage- featuring “The Parthenon.” The exhibit is glorious! Available till May 10.

Author — Lynda Taylor

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man these vids are so informative but i gotta say theyre so dense, its hard to follow them for me. maybe ill be able to come back to it and understand it better another time

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I want to know who is building this place. tell me

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New theory; these are the daughters of King Erectheus. An oracle declared that Athen's survival depended on the death of one of the daughters, Chthonia. The other sisters take their own lives.

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We went in April 2015 and worth a visit🐟🐟

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why is persepolis so much more damaged than greek temples?

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our school used this for social studies.

Author — Hassan Yousaf

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अरे या पेक्षा भारतातील मंदिरे बघा, नुसते कॉलम आहेत तरी किती ती हवा, आमची मंदिरे पाहून वेडे व्हाल

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Too fast narrative...we barely can pay attention.

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