Argos (54 Subjects)
Plan of the castle of Larissa at Argos. Map of the settlement of Argos.
Map of Argolis.
The Acropolis of Larissa (Argos).
1. Plan of the Pyramid of Hellinikon, Argos. 2. Reconstruction of part of the pyramid's base. 3. View of the Pyramid.
Topographical map of Argos.
1. The ancient theatre of Argos. (C) shows the Serapeum, later Thermae. 2. Remains of the Roman baths. 3. Plan of Roman square building (monument M).
1. Section of the ancient theatre of Argos. 2, 3, 4. Section of parts of the Serapeum (later Roman Thermae), Argos. 5, 6, 7. Parts of the ancient walls of Larissa acropolis, Argos.
The Criterion, stone terrace carved onto the rock of the hill of Larissa, situated to the north of the ancient theatre of Argos. In the Roman era, emperor Hadrian founded a Nymphaeum at this location. 4. Reliefs at the entrance to the Criterion, showing the Epitelidae.
1. Relief from Argos. 2. Ancient relief incorporated into the walls of the church of the Dormition of the Virgin (Koimisis Theotokou) at the village of Hagia Triada (or Merbaka), Argolis.
Relief from Merbaka (Hagia Triada), Argolis.
Pyramid of Hellinikon, Argos.
Part of the ancient walls of Larissa Acropolis in Argos. Plan of the Pyramid of Hellinikon, Argos.
View of Argos.
View of the plain of Argolis from the ancient theatre of Argos. In the background, the town of Nafplion.
The Pyramid of Hellinikon, Argos.
Landscape at Argos. On the hill, the ancient acropolis of Larissa. 7 October 1810.
View of the Argolic gulf.