Southern Italy (382 Subjects)
View of the ruins of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily.
Views, plans, and section plans of various architectural features of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily.
Front view and plan of the Temple of Heracles at Agrigento, Sicily. View of column and entablature. Section plan of moulding.
Comparison of peristyles from several Doric temples, showing the corner triglyph of each structure, in reference to the architectural question known as Doric corner conflict. A: From the remains of temple close to Delphi, possibly the Tempe of Athena Pronaia. B: From temple at Heraclea, Asia Minor. C, D: From the temples at Priene. E: From Halicarnassus. F: From the Doric Stoa of the ancient Agora of Athens, as drawn by Stuart G: From Selinunte, Sicily. H: From Paestum I: From Knidus.
Plan of the ancient theater at Syracuse, Sicily.
Ancient Theater of Syracuse. Details: Fig. 1 represents the plan of the steps leading from the diazoma to the cuneus. Fig. 2: Section and elevation of ditto, thus brought together in order to explain more clearly the relative situation of the parts Fig. 3: Section through the podium of the diazoma, with the cornice restored.
Map of the bay of Naples.
Map of the bay and port of Messina (anc. Zagle) in Sicily. View of the city.
Map of the bays of Palermo and Mondello in Sicily.
Map of the bay and port of Trapani in Sicily.
Map of the bay and port of Syracuse. View of the city.
Map of the bay of Agusta in Sicily. View of the city.
Map of the bay and port of Agrigento in Sicily. View of the city.
Map of the bay and port of Taranto in Italy. View of the city.
Map of the bay and port of Brindisi in Italy. View of the city.
Map of the port and city of Brindisi in Italy.
Map of Italy and eastern Mediterranean.
Head of Medusa from Sicily, Italy.
Map of part of south-eastern Europe and part of south Italy, accompanying the work of Α. Grasset de Saint-Sauveur, to better illustrate his voyage.
View of Hadrian's Arch in Athens. Plan of the monument. Capitals of Corinthian order from Hadrian's Arch (Α), from Portici near Naples (Β) and Salamis in Cyprus (C). Plan of the Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens.
Imaginary representation of the pronaos, cella and adyton of the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem. For this representation, the author claims to have been inspired by the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum in Italy. With dotted lines, however, the differences between these two temples are shown.
Plan of the Second Temple of Hera in Paestum, Italy.
Map of Sicily.
Map of ancient Syracuse.
Representation of the ancient theater of Syracuse.
Vie of the Cathedral in Syracuse, Italy. This Cathedral was built upon the ancient Temple of Athena.
Plan of the Temple of Athena in Syracuse, Italy. This Temple was demolished, and upon its ruins the Cathedral of the city was built.
View of the front of the Temple of Athena in Syracuse. The peristyle of Doric order shown in the plan is today part of the Cathedral of the city.
Section plan of the pronaos and the outer peristyle of the Temple of Athena in Syracuse. This is today part of the Cathedral of the city.
Drawings of the architectural elements of the outer peristyle of the ancient Temple of Athena in Syracuse. Parts of this peristyle is have been incorporated into the Cathedral of the city.