Art and antiquities (4911 Subjects)
Remains of Caesarea Maritima on Israel's Mediterranean coast.
Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. The funerary monuments known as the tombs of Absalom (left) and Zechariah (right) and others.
Entrance to the funerary complex of the Sanhedrin (tombs of the Judges) at Jerusalem.
Entrance to the tombs of the Kings at Jerusalem.
Giza pyramids, Cairo.
View of colonnade at Luxor complex, Egypt.
Entrance to the temple of Amun Ra at Karnak.
The colonnade of the temple of Luxor with the colossal statues of Ramesses II and the obelisks of Ramesses, of which only one remains on the site today.
Temple of Montu at Medamud, close to Luxor.
The colossal statues of Amenophis III (Colossi of Memno) at Thebes, Egypt.
Temple of Ramesses II, Luxor.
The obelisk of Cleopatra at Alexandria. In the background, the triumphal column of Diocletian or Pompey's Pillar.
Top: Catacombs of Milos island: Plan, architectural features and votive offerings. Bottom: Vertical section of pyramid.
Plan of the Roman castle of Asseria, to the north of Benkovac, Croatia.
Roman ruins at Burnum, Croatia.
Ruins of ancient Nicopolis. August 1810.
Roman ruins at Nicopolis. August 1810.
Ruins at ancient Nicopolis. In the foreground, the remains of the aqueduct. August 1810.
The Nymphaeum (in the distance) and the baths of ancient Nicopolis. August 1810.
Remains at Nicopolis, possibly a part of the ancient aqueduct. August 1810.
The Odeon of Nicopolis. August 1810.
Ancient ruins at Ioannina.
Landscape at Delphi. On the right, the Castalian fountain. 22 September 1810.
The Oracle of Trophonius at Livadeia. The openings on the rock served to hold votive offerings. 23 December 1810.
Temple of Apollo at Kolona, Aegina.