Roman architecture (450 Subjects)
Obelisk of Cleopatra (Alexandria). Pillar of Pompey (Alexandria)
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus in Athens.
Hadrian's Arch and the Temple of Olympian Zeus, from the west (after 1834).
Plan of Hadrian's Library, Athens. The remaning part is shaded in the drawing.
Hadrian's Library in Athens: 1. The elevation of the portal of Hadrian's Library and the facade to the north of the portal. 2. A section of the front wall with a profile of the portal and the southern pteroma, with one of the columns between the portal and the northern pteroma. 3. Hadrian's Library in Athens: The section of the portal and of the gate-way of entrance before which it is placed. 4. Part of the external face of the lateral wall or flank of this building.
Hadrian's Library in Athens: 1. The base of one of the four fluted columns of the portal. Fig. 2. The cornice of the lateral walls and of the exhedrae. Fig. 3. The architrave of the gate-way or entrance before which the portal in the middle of the front is placed. Fig.4. A section of the aforesaid architrave.
Hadrian's Library in Athens: 1. The capital and entablature of the columns on the front of the building. 2. Section of the capital. 3. Bottom plan of mouldings. 4. Architrave of the interior of the portal and moulding of the abacus of the capital, continued underneath the architrave.
Hadrian's Library in Athens: Fig. 1. The plan of the capital. Fig. 2. The angular view of the capital.
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus.
Athens with the Acropolis from the southeast.
Arches in the Roman theatre of Capua.
Remains at Alexandria Troas (modern Eski Stambul).
View of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens.
The ruins of Hadrian's Library, Athens.
The Arch of Hadrian, Athens. In the background the Temple of Olympia Zeus.
The remains of the Roman theater at Sparta.
Arch of Hadrian, Athens: 1. Bottom view of the south pylon. 2. Bottom view of the north columns of the lower level. 3. Elevation of the west side of the Arch. 4. - 5. Elevation of part of the entablature of the lower and upper levels.
1. - 6. Elevations of ancient temples. 7. - 10. Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds), Athens: Plan of the ceiling. Elevation, section plan and plan of the monument. 11. - 12. Elevation and section plan of the Choregic monument of Lysicrates, Athens. 13. - 16. Plan of tholos and elevations of Roman temples of this style.
View of ancient granary, built during the reign of the Roman Emperor Hadria, at Andriake (today Çayağzı), the port of the city of Myra (today Demre).
Entrance to Roman baths at Myra (today Demre).
View of the Roman theater at Myra (today Demre).
The Arch of Marcus Aurelius in Tripoli, Libya.
View of an ancient monument, possibly of Roman or Byzantine aqueduct, at Gelibolu.
View of Gytheio. During the Ottoman rule, the entire city, and not only the islet outside Gytheio, was called Marathonisi.
View of Istanbul from Okmeydani.
View of the Zubaida aqueduct in Beirut.
View of the Roman temples at Baalbeck (anc. Heliopolis).