Roman monuments (811 Subjects)
Crypta Neapolitana, underground tunnel of the Roman era at Naples.
The triumphal column of Diocletian (Column of Pompey) in Alexandria.
The anchorage of Alexandria. Top: On the left, Qaitbay fortress. In the middle, the triumphal column of Diocletian (Column of Pompey). Bottom: The Pasha's Palace.
View of Hebron. In the background, the Herodian building housing the Cave of the Patriarchs, resting place of Abraham, Sarah, Isaak, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah according to the Jewish and Muslim traditions.
Remains of Roman temple at the village of Deir al-Ashayer, Syria.
The Straight Street (Via Recta) of Damascus, built in the Roman era.
On the left, the temple of Zeus. On the right, the temple of Bacchus.
Ruins of the temple of Zeus (foreground) and of Bacchus (middleground), at Baalbek, Lebanon.
View of the northern wall of the temple of Bacchus at Baalbek, Lebanon, from the interior of the site.
Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens. In the background, the Acropolis.
The Gate of Persecution at Ephesus. At the top of the arch, spolia of ancient sarcophagus.
Remains of Caesarea Maritima on Israel's Mediterranean coast.
Entrance to the funerary complex of the Sanhedrin (tombs of the Judges) at Jerusalem.
Entrance to the tombs of the Kings at Jerusalem.
Roman ruins at Burnum, Croatia.
Ruins of ancient Nicopolis. August 1810.
Roman ruins at Nicopolis. August 1810.
Ruins at ancient Nicopolis. In the foreground, the remains of the aqueduct. August 1810.
The Nymphaeum (in the distance) and the baths of ancient Nicopolis. August 1810.
Remains at Nicopolis, possibly a part of the ancient aqueduct. August 1810.
The Odeon of Nicopolis. August 1810.
View of Athens. On the right the temple of Olympian Zeus.
Acropolis and the temple of Olympian Zeus.
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus and the Acropolis from Philopappos Hill. September-October 1810.
The Arch of Hadrian and the temple of Olympian Zeus seen from Philopappos Hill. On the left, the Acropolis of Athens. September-October 1810.
Odeon of Herodes Atticus and the Parthenon.
Odeon of Herodes Atticus. 9 November 1810.
The Acropolis of Athens from the southwest. On the left, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. On the right, Hadrian's Arch and the temple of Olympian Zeus.