Art and antiquities (4920 Subjects)
View of Athens. In the background, the Acropolis.
View of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens.
The Erechtheion at the Acropolis of Athens.
Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens.
Temple of Apollo in ancient Corinth.
Temple of Zeus at Nemea.
The Lion Gate at the acropolis of Mycenae.
Entrance to the tholos tomb of Mycenae.
Church of Hagioi Apostoloi at Leontari, Arcadia.
Ancient remains on the archaeological site of Messene.
Temple of Apollo Epicureaus at Bassae.
View of the Roman ruins of Ephesus from Selçuk. On the hil, the city castle (Ayasulluk castle).
Title page. The Sphinx and the Pyramid of Cheops at Giza necropolis, Cairo.
The old port of Alexandria.
View of Cairo from the east. In the background, the Mosque of Mohammed Ali and the Pyramids of Giza necropolis.
Entrance to the castle of Cairo (Saladin's Citadel).
Landscape on the Nile. In the background, the Pyramids of Giza.
The Obelisk of Al Masalah or Obelisk of Heliopolis, Cairo.
Pyramid of Cheops and the Sphinx, Giza necropolis.
Landscape at Kidron Valley, Jerusalem. In the background, Absalom's tomb.
Landscape at Jericho. In the background, Roman aqueduct of Herod's era.
Colonnade of the temples of Zeus and Bacchus at Baalbek, Lebanon. In the background, Mount Lebanon.
Roman aqueduct of Kızılçullu at Buca, Izmir. In the background, the castle of Kadifekale (ancient acropolis of Pagos).
The Hittite relief at Karabel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.
View of Athens from the Panathenaic Stadium. In the foreground, Ilissus river. In the background, Hadrian's Arch, the temple of Olympian Zeus and the Acropolis.
Crypta Neapolitana, underground tunnel of the Roman era at Naples.
Second temple of Hera at Paestum.
The triumphal column of Diocletian (Column of Pompey) in Alexandria.
The anchorage of Alexandria. Top: On the left, Qaitbay fortress. In the middle, the triumphal column of Diocletian (Column of Pompey). Bottom: The Pasha's Palace.