The access to the DVD contents is divided into 4 sections: Exploration, History, Divinities and Iconography, that are related each other.

EXPLORATION is the most intuitive access, through a bird eye view of the ancient city, reconstructed in 3D and superimposed on an image from the aerophotogrammetry of the territory, where all traces of modern urbanization have been eliminated.

A second access is through a navigation bar on the bottom of the interface, and a third one is through a monument list, on the right.

Moving the mouse on the reconstruction we can access the areas of the ancient city, which has the original wall circuit reconstructed.

From the city-province scale there is also the opportunity of going back to a regional scale of the site, both from a geographic and a historical point of view: through a navigation button that indicates the visualization scale you can reach the regional scale [Sicily] , with the main cities, those in closer relation with Agrigento: [Syracuse, Himera, Selinus, Gela] - mother country of Agrigento - and Herakleia Minoa.

HISTORY contains cards on life and events of the city. They are related to monuments and sites of the Exploration section. For example if we are visualizing the Temple of Concord in the Exploration section, entering the History section a card of the period in which the temple was built is visualized.

DIVINITIES contains cards with brief profiles of the divinities to which the temples and the sanctuaries of Akragas were dedicated. The cults of Akragas. As the historical ones, also these cards are related to the Exploration section, so if we are visualizing the Temple of Zeus in that section, the Divinities section will show the profile of Zeus, his classical iconography, his position in the Olympus and his relationship with other divinities.

ICONOGRAPHY This last section contains a vast collection of plates from the main works of 18th -and 19th - century travelers and scholars, who studied Sicily and Agrigento, as for instance Pancrazi, Sain-Non and Duca di Serradifalco.

The plates are divided by subject, that is by monument, and they are related to the monument which is active at that moment in the Exploration section.