Bodrum / Halicarnassus (19 Subjects)
Ruins of the ancient temple in Halicarnassus (today Bodrum) thought to be a Temple to Ares.
View of the castle of Saint Peter in Halicarnassus (today Bodrum), Asia Minor.
Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller at the port of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus).
Chart of the promontories of Halicarnassus & Triopium, & of the island of Kos. Town and Fort of Kos. Enlarged Sketch of Cape Krio showing the Harbour of Cnidus.
Topographic plan of the port of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus).
Topographical map of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus), with plan of the ancient city.
The port and castle of Saint Peter, Bodrum.
The ruins of the Temple of Ares at Halicarnassus (today Bodrum).
Comparison of peristyles from several Doric temples, showing the corner triglyph of each structure, in reference to the architectural question known as Doric corner conflict. A: From the remains of temple close to Delphi, possibly the Tempe of Athena Pronaia. B: From temple at Heraclea, Asia Minor. C, D: From the temples at Priene. E: From Halicarnassus. F: From the Doric Stoa of the ancient Agora of Athens, as drawn by Stuart G: From Selinunte, Sicily. H: From Paestum I: From Knidus.
Pilaster capitals from Stratonice and Halicarnassus.
Capitals from Halicarnassus, Teos, and temple of Apollo at Didyma, near Miletus.
Map of the coast around Bodrum in the bay of Kos.
Map of the port of Bodrum.
Map of the coast from Gündoğan to Torba, at the northern part of Bodrum peninsula.
View of the Castle of Bodrum, or Castle of Halicarnassus.
Fig. 1. View of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus). In the background the Castle of Halicarnassus, also called Castle of St. Paul. Fig. 2. View of the ruins of the Temple of Ares in Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus).
Fig. 1. Part of stele from Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus). This stele was most probably at the site of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. Fig. 2. Metopes from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. These Metopes, on which scenes from the Amazonomachia are depicted, are some of the very few elements of the Mausoleum preserved today, because the locals used them to cover several parts of the sewer system. Inscription from the Castle of Halicarnassus, also know as Castle of Saint Paul.
Map of Symi island and the peninsula of Halicarnassus.
Panoramic view of Knidos.