Sardes (9 Subjects)
View of Sardes.
Lake Marmara (Gygaean lake) near Sardes in Asia Minor.
Ancient coins from Thyateira (1), Izmir (2), Ephesus (3), Pergamon (4), Laodicea (5), Philadelphia (6), Sardes (7) and Magnesia (8).
Ancient coins from Phocaea (1, 2), Sardes (3, 4), and possibly Izmir (5, 6).
Ruins of an ancient temple, probably the temple of Aphrodite, in Sardes, Asia Minor.
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 and elevation of the temple of Artemis at Sardes, where there was probably a cult of Zeus, Cybele and other deities as well.
Comparison of plans of ancient temples as to their size: The temple of Artemis at Ephesus (1), the Heraion of Samos (2), the sanctuary of Apollo at Didyma (3), the temple of Artemis at Sardes (4), the temple of Artemis Leucophryene at Magnesia on the Maeander (5), the temple of Dionysus at Teos (6), the temple of Athena Polias at Priene (7), in Ionic order. The temples of Agrigento (1) and Selinunte (2) in Doric order, the temple of Olympian Zeus at Athens (Corinthian order) and the Parthenon (Doric order).
A young Yörük girl offers water to a Turkish traveller outside Sardes.