The Parthenon Frieze
A digital application for the presentation of The Parthenon Frieze. Viewers are introduced to the frieze themes, navigate to specific blocks and find out information about each scene represented. Children are encouraged to use the application's online educational games.
The application was developed by the Ministry of Culture - Acropolis Restoration Service - First Ephorate of Prehistoric & Classical Antiquities and the National Documentation Centre (ΕΚΤ).
Athena, Goddess of the Acropolis
A digital application about goddess Athena, a deity directly connected with Athens, the city that bears her name, and the Acropolis. Viewers are encouraged to look for objects (dedications, offerings, statues, reliefs, pottery) related to the goddess among the various exhibits of the Museum of Acropolis. Each object echoes the importance of Athena in the realms of ancient tradition, everyday life and artistic representation.
The application was developed by the Ministry of Culture - Acropolis Restoration Service - First Ephorate of Prehistoric & Classical Antiquities and the Museum of Acropolis with a grant provided by a Bodosakis Foundation.
The Glafka Project
The GLAFKA project, is an online game about the restoration of the Acropolis monuments. The subject is presented with the help of a glafka (an owl) – robot, and combines characters, roles, missions, and a certificate of participation for the children.
The application aims to familiarize children with the damages, causes and types of interventions, the professions of people who work on the Restoration Project as well as the modern technologies used in them.
The Glafka project had been developed by the Department of Information and Education of the Acropolis Restoration Service (YSMA) within the NSFR 2007-2013.
Acropolis Educational Resources Repository
In the Acropolis Educational Resources Repository, you can find educational resources produced by the Information and Education Department of the Acropolis Restoration Service. These resources dynamically support representation and interpretation of the past. Teachers, students and families can explore the repository and enrich their classroom teaching and visits to the Archaeological Site and the Acropolis Museum. The repository was developed by the Acropolis Restoration Service and the National Documentation Centre (ΕΚΤ).
Through the online digital interactive game “Color the Peplos Kore“, visitors can use the brush and colors of their choice, color the statue of Peplos Kore and finally print and save their work as many times as they wish and in several variations.