Roman Εmperors (28 Subjects)
Portrait of Vespasian. Portrait of Arsinoe.
Entrance to Khalig canal, possibly Trajan river in antiquity.
The ruins of Hadrian's Library, Athens.
The Arch of Hadrian, Athens. In the background the Temple of Olympia Zeus.
The Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens.
The Aqueduct of Hadrian (Dexameni), Athens.
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.
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).
The Arch of Marcus Aurelius in Tripoli, Libya.
View of Kemerburgaz Aqueduct.
View of Valens Aqueduct in Fatih, Istanbul.
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 and plan of Hadrian's Library in Athens.
Marble stele on which a law of Emperor Hadrian is preserved. The author argues that he found this inscription next to the Temple of Rome and Augustus on the Acropolis. He also claims, however, that this inscription was initially found at the Prytaneum.
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.
1, 4, 5: Drawings of architectural elements of Hadrian's Library in Athens. 2, 3: Plan of the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens, and plan of its court.
1, 2, 3: View of Hadrian's Arch and drawings of some of its architectural and decorative elements. 4, D, E: View of the Gate of Athena Archegetis (mod. Pazaroporta) in Athens. Architectural and decorative elements of the monument.
Map of Athens. The author notes some of the most important monuments of the city.
View of the Temple of Isis and the Kiosk of Trajan on the island Philae, in Lake Nasser, in Aswan.
View of the Kiosk of Trajan, on the island Philae, near Aswan.
View of the Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa). On the right Hadrian's Arch and the Temple of Olympian Zeus.
The Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens. In the background Hadrian's Arch. On the right, the Acropolis.
View of the port of Ancona in Italy. On the right the lazaretto. On the left the Arch of Trajan.