Steles (10 Subjects)
The Column of Arcadius in Avrat Pazarı in Istanbul (Ancient Forum of Arcadius).
1. Corinthian columns of entrance to a catacomb at Shaykh Barakat, near Aleppo, Syria. 2. The entrance to the catacomb of a certain Roman soldier, together with funerary stele at Shaykh Barakat. 3. Stele from the Roman theater of Cyrrhus, ancient city near Aleppo. 4. Fragment of relief from Hierapolis.
1. Monumental building. 2. View of part of the wall of the temple of Saint Peter in Antakya, Turkey. 3. Funerary stele showing a gladiator in Samandağ (anc. Seleucia Pieria). 4. View of entrance leading to catacomb at Shaykh Barakat, near Aleppo. 5. View of funerary stele at the entrance of Shaykh Barakat. 6. View of gate at Shaykh Barakat.
1. Relief from Gytheio. Warrior overcomes his enemy, probably an Amazon. 2. Base of ancient stele from Sparta 3. Ancient inscription from Sparta.
Stele from Pali, ancient city in Paliki peninsula, near Lixouri, Cephalonia.
Fig. 1. Part of stele from Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus). This stele was most probably at the site of the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. Fig. 2. Metopes from the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus. These Metopes, on which scenes from the Amazonomachia are depicted, are some of the very few elements of the Mausoleum preserved today, because the locals used them to cover several parts of the sewer system. Inscription from the Castle of Halicarnassus, also know as Castle of Saint Paul.
Capitals of Corinthian order and stele from Thebes.
Votive steles at Xanthus. On the left, Charles Fellows taking archaeological findings to his tent.
Votive stele from Susa, Iran.
Votive stele from Lydia, Asia Minor. God Pan on the upper left.