Sicyon (12 Subjects)
Map of Corinth, Sicyon, Phleious and Achaia.
The site of ancient Sicyon.
The remains of ancient Sicyon, from the ancient theatre.
Map of Sicyon, ancient city in Corinthia.
Ancient coins from Zakynthos (1), Abydos (2), Izmir (3), Thyateira (4), Roman coins of emperors Commodus and Caracalla from Patras (5,6), coins from Delphi (7) and Sicyon (8).
Ancient Sicyon as seen from the ruins of the Ancient Theatre.
Plan of the theatre and stadium at Sikyon.
Topographical map of ancient Sicyon, with the sites of the ancient theatre and the stadium.
1. Plan of the ancient theatre of Sicyon, 1829. 2. Section of part of the theatre. 3-6. Reconstruction and architectural features of the entrance and the main part of the Roman subterranean gallery which provided access to the theatre. 7. Section of seating row. 8-10. View, plan and section of the retaining wall of the stadium of Sicyon.
1. Relief incorporated into wall, seen by the author at a house in Xylokastro. 2, 3. Bases of sculptures seen by the author at church at the village of Basiliko (ancient Sicyon).
Ruins of pyramid-shaped structure at ancient Sicyon.
View of Feneos or Phocis [?]. View of Sicyon.