Erechtheion (98 Subjects)
Erechtheion: Fig. 1: Capital of the antae, with the continued mouldings and ornaments of the front wall, and a section of the Lacunariae. Fig. 2: Elevation of the external side of the antae, shewing some difference in the ornaments. Fig. 3, 4, 5, 6: Different ornaments under the flowers. Fig. 7: Section of the ornament at a, fig. 3. Fig. 8: Ditto at b. Fig. 9: Plan of the ceiling of the portico.
Relief with palmettes and lotus at the annulets of the Ionian capitals of Erechtheion, at the Acropolis of Athens.
The entasis of various columns. Fig. 1. Entasis of the columns of the North Portico of the Erechtheion. Fig. 2: Entasis of the columns of the East Portico of that Temple. Fig. 3: Entasis of the columns of the Temple of Hephaestus (Thiseion). Fig. 4: Entasis of the columns of the Parthenon. Fig. 5: Section of the capital of the centre anta of the Choragic Monument of Thrasyllus.
Northwest view of Erechtheion.
Plan of Erechtheion. View of the east side of the Temple.
West view of Erechtheion.
Erechtheion: 1. View and details of the window. 2. View of the entablature of the west side. 3. Column of the antae. 4. Geison.
Erechtheion: 1. View of Ionic capital. 2 and 3. Section plans of the helix of Ionic capital. 4. Section plan of the capital. 5. Side view of Ionian capital. 6. Bottom view of Ionian capital. 7. Bottom view of Ionian capital at the corner.
1 and 2. View of capital and base of capital from Erechtheion, Athens. 3 and 4. Views of bases of columns from Erechtheion. 5. Ionian capital from Eleusis. 6 and 7. Capital and base of capital from the Theater of Marcellus, Rome. 7 and 9. Capital and base of the capital from the Temple of Portunus, Rome.
The Caryatides, Erechtheion: 1. South view. 2. Entablature at the corner. 3. Crepidoma and base of the column. 4. Bottom view of the ceiling.
View of the southern side of the Erechtheion. Plan of the monument.
Frontispiece: Imaginary representation of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens, together with a topographical map of the Acropolis of Athens and plans of its monuments.
Composition: The Erechtheion together with the Gate of Athena Archegetis (mod. Pazaroporta).
View of Erechtheion. Drawings of some architectural and decorative elements of the monument.
Plan of Erechtheion. Drawings of some architectural and decorative elements of the monument.
Drawings of some architectural and decorative elements of Erechtheion.
Title page of the first volume. Composition: The Acropolis of Athens with the Pyramids of Giza.
The Parthenon from the west. On the right the Erechtheion.
View of the Erechtheion from the south. On the right Mount Lycabettus.
Erechtheion: View of the north propylon from the east.
The west front of the Parthenon and the Erechtheion, from the Propylaea.
The Erechtheion from the southwest. In the distance, on the left, a group of Turkish musician who customarily performed on the Acropolis every day at three o'clock in the afternoon.
Topographic map of the Acropolis.
A Caryatid from the Erechtheum.
The prostasis of the Caryatids at the Erechteum.
Views of Erechtheion, Propylaea, Hadrian's Arch and the Gate of Athena Archegetis, Athens.
Imaginary reconstruction of the Erechtheion at the Acropolis of Athens.
Caryatid, from the southern side of the Erechtheion.