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The Parthenon 2382064 On the Acropolis of Athens I discovered the Parthenon one of the greatest Ancient buildings that have survived The temple was built between 447-438 Only the ruins is standing today because of the Turks in 1687 stored tons of gunpowder in the temple but accidentally was shot by a near by cannon The rest of the remaining items were given to the British Ruler Lord Elgin as gifts from the Turks These collections are stored in the museum called the Elgin Marbles The temple was built with the Doric columns which are made directly on the floor with twenty grooves called flutes There are also friezes metopes and pediment of Athenians at work and their Gods carved on the top of the temple Architecture 1995540-543 The Parthenon was a huge project for the ancient Greek architects They built them dedicated especially to their gods because they have a lot of faith in them 2782064 The temple reveals much about the importance of the ancient Greek gods to the ancient Greeks The designs show the amount of skills they knew about architecture and texture The building was built on the top of the mountain to house their Gods and Goddess to watch over them at all times In the naps section it housed the statue of the god in this case it was Athena and the pronaos housed the impressive of the offerings made to her and the opisthodomos housed the rest of the offerings Smith 197525-32 The offerings included skins of sacrificed animals treasures profit from loans made at interest These treasures are now given to Lord Elgin as the Elgin marbles in the museum of Great Britain during the 17th century when the Turks were close friends with the English The Greeks paid much respect to their temple as they worked under the eyes of their Gods housed in the Parthenon The Chiton While I was excavating the ruins
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