Burial mounds (25 Subjects)
The putative tombs of Aias and Patroclus.
The putative Tumulus of Aias in the Troad.
The putative Tumulus of Achilles in the Troad.
The putative Tumulus of Phaestus in the Troad.
The putative Tumulus of Patroclus in the Troad.
Antiquities from the putative Tumulus of Phaestus in the Troad.
View of part of the Troad from Cape Sigeion (today Yehi Şehir) up to the putative Tumulus of Illus.
The putative Tumulus of Illus in the Troad.
The putative Tumulus of Protesilaus, on the European shore of the Dardanelles.
Tumulus of Aesyetes, and Naval Station of the Greeks.
The putative Tomb of Aias, in the Troad.
The putative mound of Aias in Salamis.
1. Plan and section plan of the putative Tumulus of Aias in the Troad. 2. Section plan of the putative Tumulus of Achilles in the Troad. 3. View of the putative Tumulus of Patroclus in the Troad.
Tombs around Bunarbaşı, village, erroneously identified in the nineteenth-century with Troy.
Kidron Valley in Jerusalem. The monuments called Absalom's tomb (A) and Zechariah's tomb (C) together with other funerary monuments.
Burial mounds in the Russian steppe.
Ancient tombs on Don river near the Black Sea, Russia.
Tomb and votive offerings from Taman, Russia.
The putative tomb of Mithridates at Kerch, Crimea.
View of the plain of Marathon with the Tumulus of the Athenians.
Burial mound at Develi, eastern Thrace.
Mound of Marathon.
Outline of protrusion (possibly an ancient mound) near the walls of ancient Thebes.
Topographical map of Amphipolis and adjacent area.
Tholos tomb at Mycenae.