ACROPOLIS: USEFUL LINKS
The Acropolis: An artist's representation of the Acropolis in its Classical heyday.
Map Of The Acropolis Of Athens In Socrates And Plato's Time: Another image of the Acropolis with brief dictionary-like descriptions of each of the main monuments.
Jeffrey M. Hurwit, "The Rock and the Goddess": This is a 20-page excerpt from Hurwit's full-length Cambridge University Press study, Acropolis in the Age of Pericles.
Acropolis At Athens -- Pathways To Ancient Myth: A good overview of the famous site.
The Acropolis Of Athens: A well-produced introduction from Martijn Moerbeek.
Athenian Acropolis: A description of the different monuments from Livio C. Stecchini.
Dr. J's Illustrated Athenian Acropolis: Photographs and description from Illinois State University classicist Janice Siegel.
Acropolis Of Athens: An overview from experienced Greek traveller Matt Barrett.
The Acropolis: A brief description and photographs from tourist Grisel Gonzalez.
Ancient Athens Index: From Harry's Greece Travel Guide.
Parthenon: An overview of the Acropolis's signature monument from the Hellenic Ministry of Culture.
Parthenon: David Silverman's description for a Reed College Humanities site.
Secrets Of The Parthenon: The companion web-site for a PBS Nova special.
Parthenon -- Wikipedia: An entry from the on-line encyclopedia.
Parthenon: From Antiquity To The Present: A Cambridge anthology of historical essays edited by Jenifer Neils.
Restitution Of The Parthenon Marbles: The official Greek government position as outlined by the Hellenic Ministry of Culture.
Acropolis Of Athens: A Greek-based site dedicated to the return of the Elgin Marbles.
Erechtheum: A concise description from the City University of New York Classics Department.
TEMPLE OF ATHENA NIKE
Eleusinion -- Wikipedia: A very brief entry from the on-line encyclopedia.
THEATER OF DIONYSUS AND OUR LADY OF THE CAVE
Theatre Of Dionysus -- Wikipedia: An entry from the on-line encyclopedia.
Oscar Broneer and M.Z. Pease, "Cave On The East Slope Of The Acropolis," Hesperia, 5 (1936): 247-72.
Worshipping Athena -- Pananthenaia And Parthenon: A comprehensive series of essays edited by Jenifer Neils for University of Wisconsin Press.
Propylaea -- Wikipedia: An introduction from the on-line encyclopedia.
ACROPOLIS IN THE NEWS
"Cranes Move Acropolis Sculptures," BBC News, October 15, 2007.