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Miletus Gallery

Choose from 60 pictures in our Miletus collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Apollo Kanachos relief. Miletus Featured Miletus Image

Apollo Kanachos relief. Miletus

Relief depicting a cult statue of Apollo, standing between two torch-bearers. The image of god are a quotation from a famous archaic cult statue by Kanachos. 175-200 AD. Marble. From the theater of Miletus. Detail. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Apollo. Relief. Temple of Serapis. Miletus Featured Miletus Image

Apollo. Relief. Temple of Serapis. Miletus

Fragment of the coffered ceiling slab of the porch with relief depicting god Apollo with archaistic bulging curly hair-style. From the Temple of Sarapis. Marble. 200 AD. Miletus. Pergamon Museum. Berlin. Germany

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans

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Anaximander (c611-546 BC), Ancient Greek philosopher, 1493 Featured Miletus Image

Anaximander (c611-546 BC), Ancient Greek philosopher, 1493

Anaximander (c611-546 BC), Ancient Greek philosopher, 1493. With Thales and Anaximines, Anaximander was one of the three great thinkers from Miletus. He believed that everything in the physical world is derived from materials formed out of an infinite mass not subject to age and decay which he called the apeirion. As well as describing the cosmological relationship between the Earth and the other heavenly bodies, he speculated that life first emerged from slime and that humans developed from another species, essentially anticipating the theory of evolution

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