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Beyond just the ruins of Delphi, there is a museum where they have many of the statues and carvings that have be found on the site.
A carving that might have been under the roof of a temple (Metope) or lower down. Note the lion laying waste to some poor soul.
The Sphinx of Naxos. Dating from around 500 B.C., this stood on a 12.5 m column near the Temple of Apollo.
A meeting of...someone? Nothing I can remember, but do note the chariot race.
From the Myth of the Dioscuri (Castor and Pollux):
The Calydonian Boar:
I believe this was Theseus and the Minotaur:
The Omphalos, literally the Navel of The Earth. In Greek mythology, Zeus set two eagles to fly around the world and they met at Delphi.
Inscription from the the Roman Era. I am tickled that the word "Macedon" is clearly legible.
The Charioteer of Delphi. This bronze statue was part of a larger piece consisting the Charioteer, his chariot and four horses, and possibly four grooms. It was cast in the 470's B.C., likely to commemorate a victory in a chariot race by the tyrant Polyzalus of Sicily. It was buried in a rockslide in 373 B.C., thus preserving the piece instead of it being melted down at a later date.
Imagine if more of these works had survived.
The craftsmanship and detail belie the fact these were they were produced long ago, in a "primitive" society.