Ancient theatres (177 Subjects)
Ancient Theater of Syracuse. Details: Fig. 1 represents the plan of the steps leading from the diazoma to the cuneus. Fig. 2: Section and elevation of ditto, thus brought together in order to explain more clearly the relative situation of the parts Fig. 3: Section through the podium of the diazoma, with the cornice restored.
View of Carthaea, ancient city on Kea island. In the background the Acropolis of the city. On the left the ancient theater.
View, section plans and plan of the Roman theater of ancient Gavala (Jableh) in Syria.
Plans and drawings of the ancient theater of Teos.
Α. Plan of a building in Nicaea (Iznik). Β, C and F: View and plans of the Ancient Theater of Ephesus. D. Plan of the Ancient Theater in Alabanda (Arabihissar). Ε. Plan of the Ancient Theater in Pythagoreio in Samos. G. Plan of the Ancient Theater in Magnesia on the Maeander.
Section plans, view and plan of the ancient theater in Ephesus.
Votive inscription from the Theater of Dionysus in Athens.
Representation of the ancient theater of Syracuse.
The Roman Theater of Nicopolis, in Epirus.
View of the remains of the ancient theater of Erythrae, ancient city in Asia Minor. In the background the island of Chios.
View of the ancient amphitheater of Taormina, in Sicily.
The theater of Chaeronea.
The ancient theater at Thorikos in Lavrio. In the background Makronisos.
The ancient theater of Epidaurus.
Map of Sicyon, ancient city in Corinthia.
Topographical map of the Asclepeion in Epidaurus.
View of the wall of the Ancient Theatre of Ephesus.
Ancient Sicyon as seen from the ruins of the Ancient Theatre.
Reconstruction and plan of the ancient theatre of Segesta in Sicily.
View of the Ancient Theatre of Segesta in Sicily.
Plan of stadium and ancient theatre as they are found in Magnesia, Tralles, Sardes and Pergamon, indicating how in those cities the theatre is adjacent to the stadium.
Plan of the ancient theatre of Patara. Plan of the ancient theatre of Myra. Drawings by C.R. Cockerell.
An example of the plan of an ancient theatre of Europe (Greece, southern Italy). According to William Leake, the orchestra forms a semicircle parallel to the scene, in contrast to the theatres of Asia Minor, which possess a wider orchestra forming an arc of approximately 220º.
Plan of the orchestra of an ancient theatre according to Vitruvius' description.
Plan of the gymnasium and palaestra of Hierapolis, based on the drawings by Charles Robert Cockerell.
Composition of landscapes and monuments from Laborde's journey in Asia Minor.
The Ancient Theatre of Aizanoi.