Elgin Marbles (from the Parthenon), British Museum, London

'The house hardly looked like it was lived in—more like a museum. Perhaps there were mummy cases or the Elgin marbles upstairs Jane thought and involuntarily shivered.' Elgin Marbles (from the Parthenon), British Museum, London

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Elgin Marbles - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lapith fighting a centaur from South Metope 31 of the Parthenon, about BC. Currently in the British Museum.

Marine research and excavation in the wreck area of the Mentor in 2011 and 2012.

The British Museum in London is one of the largest and extensive museums on earth, containing approximately eight million works—objects taken from all over the world during the time of the Briti

Elgin Marbles | Greek sculpture | Britannica.com

Elgin marble horse / Sculptured head of a horse of Selene, Greek moon goddess; in the British Museum. It was once part of the frieze on the east pediment of the Parthenon.

Live Science: Elgin Marbles and the Parthenon

Elgin Marbles & the Parthenon

A marble frieze from the Parthenon, now displayed in the British Museum, depicts a procession of gods and mortals.

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