Corinthia (190 Subjects)
Pass on the road from Argos to Corinth.
Ruins of the Temple of Zeus at Nemea.
View of Corinth and the Acrocorinth.
Gulf of Corinthus, from the Acrocorinthus.
The Isthmus of Corinth, from the Gulf.
The City of Corinth.
House in Corinth.
View of Corinth.
Map of Corinth area with floor plan of Acrocorinthos castle.
Map of Corinth area with floor plans of the castle of Acrocorinth, framed by floor plans of the main fortresess and castles taken by Francesco Morosini during the Sixth Ottoman-Venetian war.
Floor plan of the walls of Corinth.
View of Corinth with Acrocorinth.
Corinth from the South.
View looking across the Isthmus of Corinth.
Corinth and Acrocorinth.
View of the Temple of Apollo at ancient Corinth.
Ruins of the Temple of Apollo at Ancient Corinth. Mount Cithaeron in the distance.
Temple of Zeus, Nemea.
River scenery, approaching Pellene, in Achaia.
On the Gulf of Corinth.
Coins of ancient Corinth showing Pegasus, Athena, Persephone, and Bellerophon killing Chimaera.
The Tail-Piece is an Isthmian crown, in the center of which is a medallion of Bellerophon watering Pegasus copied from an antique gem.
The temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth. In the foreground two men on horseback and two women promenading. A small party of card players.
Temple of Apollo, ancient Corinth: Fig. 1: Elevation of what is supposed to have been the flank of the temple. The modern wall between the columns is inserted in this elevation no measures of the column which formed a part of the pronaos have been found. Fig. 2: Plan of the temple.
Temple of Apollo, ancient Corinth: Fig. 1: Capital and architrave of the columns with the step. There were six drops under each triglyph, but all of them broke off, for which reason they could not be measured nor drawn. Fig. 2: Annulets, or listels under the ovolo, full size.
View of Corinth and Acrocorinth. In the background the Temple of Apollo (at ancient Corinth).