Reliefs (269 Subjects)
Fragments of the metopes of the Temple of Hephaestus in Athens.
Fragments of the Parthenon frieze.
Fragment of an ancient relief.
Detail from the Arch of Galerius in Thessaloniki.
Ancient ruins at Ephesus.
A sarcophagus from the Tombs of the Kings complex outside Jerusalem.
The interior of the temple of Ammon, or Siwa Oracle or Temple of Zeus, in Siwa Oasis, Egypt.
Engraved amethyst bought by French traveller Le Thou in Asia Minor. It shows Archangel Michael, combining elements from several religious traditions.
1. Relief showing a scene from Greek mythology: Meleager with the Calydonian boar. 2. Funerary monument in Sicily.
Relief showing a scene from the myth of Proserpina, Roman deity equivalent to Greek Persephone. Archaelogical findings from Sicily.
Reliefs showing Amazonomachy scenes.
Ancient sarcophagi from Sicily.
Ancient column capital and sarcophagus from Monreale Cathedral, Sicily.
The triumphal arch of Galerius, also known as Kamara, Thessaloniki.
Antiquities from ancient Pella.
Ancient relief from Amphipolis, probably of the Roman era. The author claims to have seen the relief in one of the city's churches.
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.
1, 3: Votive offerings, possibly from Kerameikos cemetery: Urn with relief, funerary stele. 2. Statue of Nike.
Ancient reliefs which had been incorporated into the walls of Iznik.
Fragments of reliefs from the Roman Theatre of Hierapolis.
Fragments of reliefs, column bases, plan of a column and other architectural features from Hierapolis, possibly from Frontinus Gate.
Roman sarcophagus bearing a relief of human figures from Aphrodisias in Caria.
Partial view of the Portico of Tiberius in the Agora of Aphrodisias of Caria.
Reliefs at Kizilcabölük, on Mount Babadag.
View of the walls of Konya. An ancient statue and decorative features from diverse historical periods had been incorporated into the walls, in accordance with a practice distinctive of Seljuk architecture.
Details from the walls of Konya: reliefs, statues and decorative features from diverse historical periods, which had been incorporated into the walls in accordance with a practice distinctive of Seljuk architecture.
Title page. Relief, probably from Lycian tomb at Xanthus, Asia Minor.
Remains of an ancient structure, most probably a Lycian tomb near Xanthus, Asia Minor.