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The National Archaeological
Museum. Built from 1866-1869.
The Dipylon amphora.
The Artemision Bronze of Poseidon
or possibly Zeus. Discovered in the
sea near Artemision in 1926.
Funerary vase from Marathon
depicting Helen's first abduction by
Theseus, 430-420 BC.
The jockey of artemision, bronze
Bronze Antikythera Ephebe a statue of a
young man found in the sea near
Antikythera in 1900, from about 340 BC.
The stoic philosopher's head from the
Marble statue of Aphrodite, Pan and
Bronze of Augustus Caesar.
Bronze statue of a woman.
Collection of ceramic frying pans.
Statue badly damaged from a long
immersion in the sea.
Sanctuary of Olympus - 4 panels,
eagles, griffons, Herakles shooting arrows
at centaurs, mistress of animals.
Bronze Military helmet.
Gold Olympic Laurels.
Bronze statue of the princess-priestess
Takushit, dating to around 670 BC.
Standing 70cm high and wearing a gown
covered in hieroglyphs, the statue was
found south of Alexandria in 1880.
Frescoes from the ruins of Santorini.
The boxers and antelope.
Lockheed F-104G Starfighter (1954)
Northrop F-5A (1962) Freedom
Fighter light fighter.
Republic F-84F Thunderstreak
(1954) light fighter (made famous
in the Korean war).
The first greek warplanes were the
Henry Farman III which served in both
Balkan wars and WWI.
Nike-Hercules ground to air or ground to
ground missile, Until the late 1980s the
Air Force deployed Nike-Hercules
Missiles armed with U.S. nuclear