Ancient agorae (31 Subjects)
The Temple of Hephaestus in Athens.
The western side of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens, with part of the frieze.
The Temple of Hephaestus, Athens. The eastern peristyle of the temple from the north.
The Forum, Pompeii, Italy.
The Theatre, Pompeii, Italy.
A private house, Pompeii, Italy.
The Roman Forum of Rome.
The Temple of Peace or Forum of Vespasian in Rome.
Ruins, probably of the Stoa of Attalos.
Acropolis of Athens, taken near the Pnyx, or Ancient Forum.
Antiquities from Athens: 1. Ionic column capital from the inner peristyle of the Propylaea of the Acropolis. 2. Drawings of the entablature, side view and section of a column capital from the inner peristyle of the Acropolis Propylaea. Plan of Ionic column, drawings of the pedestal. 3. Inscriptions on a metope found in the ancient Agora of Athens.
Ancient remains, probably of the Stoa of Attalos, Athens.
Imaginary reconstruction of the agora of Sparta. In the background, the Acropolis. In the foreground, the statue of Hermes Agoraeus with young Dionusus. On the right, the Persian stoa which housed the spoils of the Persian wars. In the background, the sanctuary of Moirai with Orpheus's grave.
Part of the exedra of Trajan's forum, Rome.
Remains of temple in Rome. The engraver identifies the site as the temple of Jupiter Tonans.
Remains of the temple of Castor and Pollux in the Roman Forum, Rome.
Topographic map of the Roman Forum and adjacent area, in antiquity.
View of the Roman Agora, Rome. On the foreground, on the left, the arch of Septimus Severus.
The column of Marcus Aurelius at Piazza Colonna, Rome.
View of the Roman Forum, Rome.
Arch of Septimus Severus, Rome.
The Forum of Nerva in Rome, 18th century.
The twin churches of Santa Maria di Loretto and Santissimo Nome di Maria at the Forum of Trajan, Rome.
Remains of portico at the Forum of Nerva, Rome.
View of the Roman Forum of Rome. In the foregrounf, the temple of Castor and Pollux. In the background, the Colosseum.
View of the tempe of Saturn, at the Roman Forum of Rome.