Caves (48 Subjects)
The entrance of the cave of Antiparos.
The interior of the cave of Antiparos.
The cave of Pan.
Crypta Neapolitana or Cave of Posilipo.
Pointed sugar-loaf rocks and lofty rocks perforated with caves, having artificial forms near Kootaya [Kütahya] (ancient Cotyaeium).
Entrance to the Crypta Neapolitana or Cave of Posilipo in Naples.
Lake Avernus in Campania, entrance to Hades according to mythology.
Grotto of Antiparos.
The Cave of Antiparos.
Cave of Gethsemane.
The cave and oracle of Trophonius at the feet of the medieval castle of Livadeia.
Livadeia and Herkyna river from the cave of Trophonius.
The putative tomb of Cimon in Athens. Image depicts an Athenian woman, who, according to Simone Pomardi, is performing a magic ritual in order to find a suitable husband.
Balzi Rossi cave near Mentone, site of the discovery of animal bones, paleolithic tools, Venus figurines and early Homo sapiens sapiens skeletons (Grimaldi man).
Human skeleton of the Paleolithic era discovered in Balzi Rossi caves by paleontologist Émile Rivière in 1872.
Cave leading to the catacombs of Milos island.
Plan and section of the Cave of Antiparos.
Interior view of the Cape of Antiparos.
The Cave of Heracles on Mount Cynthus, Delos.
The Cave Za, Naxos.
The Grotto of Antiparos.
The Cave of Hermes and Herakles at ancient Thera, Santorini.
The cave of Vari.
The entrance to the cave of Zeus on Za mountain, Naxos.
"Archocrateion", Hellenistic rock cut tomb, at Lindos, Rhodes.
View of the entrance to a certain cave on Cythera, probably the Cave of Houstis, near Diakofti.
The cave situated under Temple Mount, Jerusalem (Well of the Souls). The pool of Bethesda with the Dome of the Rock mosque in the background.
View of Hebron. In the background the monument in Herodian architecture which houses the Cave of the Patriarchs, where Abraham, Sarah, Isaac, Rebecca, Jacob and Leah are buried. The Valley of Jericho. View of the Dead Sea.