Quarries (21 Subjects)
The stone quarries of Syracuse.
The quarries of Mount Pentelikon in Attica.
The Quarries of Syracuse (Ear of Dionysius).
Plan of Hexapylon fortress which protected the west end of Syracuse.
View of the Faro of Messina with the rocks of Scylla and the Calabrian coast.
Quarries on Mount Pentelikon.
Rough designs of temples, in the style of those painted on the walls of Herculaneum and Pompeii.
View of the quarries of Syracuse, also known as Ear of Dionysius.
Quarries in Qertassi, near Aswan. The author claims to have discovered over sixty inscriptions in Greek at the location.
View of the quarries of Gebel el-Silsila, near Aswan.
View and plan of the quarries of Selinunte, Sicily.
Wall of ancient quarry in Marathi, Paros. The left side has been excavated while the right is still in its original condition.
118-121. Ancient Greek inscriptions from Paroikia, Paros. 122. Ancient Greek inscription, part of relief from the quarries of Marathi, Paros, near Agios Minas. 123. Ancient Greek inscription from Vatopedi monastery. 124. Ancient inscription in Greek and Latin from Vatopedi monastery.
1. The quarries of Syracuse. 2. Interior of the quarries.
View of the quarry known as “Ear of Dioynusius” in Syracuse. 2. View of the interior of the quarry.
View of quarries in Syracuse. At the time of the author's visit, the quarry was within the garden of the Capuchin monastery.