Roman monuments (811 Subjects)
View and plan of entrance to a temple at Baalbeck (anc. Heliopolis).
View and plan of buildings at Baalbeck (anc. Heliopolis).
View and plan of a building at Baalbeck (anc. Heliopolis).
View and plan of the Roman monument called Pillars of Jonas on the Belen Pass on Nur Mountains (Turkey). Pococke claims that this is the site of the Battle of Issus and that these pillars are actually a Triumphal Arch dedicated to Alexander. Map of Samandağ (anc. Seleucia Pieria)
A, B, F: Views of aqueducts in Antioch (Antakya-Hatay). C, D: Views of the Iron Gate at the walls of Antioch (Antakya-Hatay)
View and plan of the Arch of Septimus Severus in Latakia (anc. Laodicea) in Syria.
View, section plans and plan of the Roman theater of ancient Gavala (Jableh) in Syria.
The Roman aqueduct in Moria (Lesbos).
View, plan and architectural elements of the Temple of Augustus in Milas.
Roman monumental tomb in Milas, known today as Gümüşkesen. Capitals of the monument (Α, Β). Plan of the monument (C).
The Obelisk of Gaius Cassius Philieus on the road from Iznik (Nicaea) to Izmit (Nicomedia).
View of the sculptures of the south entrance of the Roman Agora in Thessaloniki (Incantadas monument). View and plan of the triumphal Arch of Galerius (Kamara). Plan of the Rotonda in Thessaloniki.
View and plan of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. View of Pnyx.
View of Hadrian's Arch in Athens. Plan of the monument. Capitals of Corinthian order from Hadrian's Arch (Α), from Portici near Naples (Β) and Salamis in Cyprus (C). Plan of the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens.
View of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra). Drawing of the epistyle. Plan of the monument. The porch of Aqueduct of Hadrian (Dexameni) in Athens (Β). Plan of the monument. Drawing of the entablature.
View of the Gate of Athena Archegetis (mod. Pazaroporta) in Athens. Drawing of the pilaster, and plan of the monument.
View and plan of Hadrian's Library in Athens.
The ruins of the Roman villa of Venulei, near the Lake Massaciuccoli, in Italy.
Monumental Roman tomb in Igel, Germany (Igel Column).
Roman triumphal arch from the era of Constantine II (4th century CE), named also as Heidentor, in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.
View and plan of the Temple of Rome and Augustus in Pula, in Croatia.
View of the remaining part of the Temple of Diana in Pula, Croatia, which is today part of the City Hall.
View and plan of the Arch of the Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
Frontispiece: Imaginary representation of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens, together with a topographical map of the Acropolis of Athens and plans of its monuments.
Composition: The Odeon of Herodes Atticus together with the Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion) in Athens.
Composition: The porch of Hadrian's aqueduct (Dexameni) together with the Parthenon. In the background the columns of the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens.
Hadrian's Library in Athens.
Composition: The Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens. On the left a Muslim cemetery and a mosque. In the background the Acropolis of Athens, the Parthenon and Hadrian's Arch.