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Reconstruction of ancient Athens.

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Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens.

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Promontory of Sunium. From the Sea.

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Athens. From the East.

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Temple of Apollo Epicurius. Arcadia.

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The Temple of Temple of Aphaia, Aegina.

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The Temple of Poseidon, Sounio.

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Imaginary landscape in Greece.

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Relief from the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Pula, Croatia.

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The facade of the Temple of Augustus and Rome in Pula, Croatia. The building on the right is the city prison. On the stairway of the temple, inhabitants of Dignano d'Istria, today Vodnjan, Croatia. In the foreground, locals of Pula, including a fishmonger and his assistant.

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View of the temple of Rome and Augustus and the adjacent temple of Diana in Pula, Croatia. Between the two temples is situated the Communal Palace of Pula and the city prison. Next to the building, a guard and locals who are playing a game of marbles. In the middle ground, a soldier of Slavic ethnicity conversing with a young woman. On the left, a Polish woman with her donkey and small dog.

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Plan of the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Pula, Croatia.

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Elevation of the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Pula, Croatia.

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Elevation of the side of the Temple of Rome and Augustus at Pula, Croatia.

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Temple of Rome and Augustus at Pula, Croatia: Fig.1: The capital and entablature of the columns. Fig. 2: Section of the capital. Fig. 3: Soffit of the corona.

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Outlines of architectural features of the Temple of Rome and Augustus in Pula, Croatia.

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Temple of Rome and Augustus, Pula: Fig. 1: Plan and Fig. 2: Angular elevation of the capital.

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Temple of Rome and Augustus, Pula: The base and pedestal of the columns.

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Temple of Rome and Augustus, Pula: Fig. 1: The capital of the pilasters or antae. Fig. 2: The section of the capital. Fig. 3: The plan of the capital reversed, ans soffit of the architrave. Fig. 4: The base of the pilaster.

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The Parthenon: Fig. 1: Plan of the angle of the Temple, with the Lion's head. Fig. 2: Section of ditto. Fig.3: Capital of the antae. Fig. 4: Capital of the internal columns.

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Erechtheion: Fig. 1: Capital of the antae, with the continued mouldings and ornaments of the front wall, and a section of the Lacunariae. Fig. 2: Elevation of the external side of the antae, shewing some difference in the ornaments. Fig. 3, 4, 5, 6: Different ornaments under the flowers. Fig. 7: Section of the ornament at a, fig. 3. Fig. 8: Ditto at b. Fig. 9: Plan of the ceiling of the portico.

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Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens: Fig. 1: Mouldings of the architrave internally. Fig. 2: Capital of the antae. Pinacotheca: Fig. 3: Capital of the pilaster.

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1. View of the Palestra of Delos. 2. Portico at Delos. 3. Fragment from Delos. 4. The ancient theater of Delos. 5. View of Delos.

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1. Temple of Janus at Smyrna. 2. Great Circus at Smyrna. 3. Gate of the Castle of Smyrna. 4. Bay of Smyrna. 5. Chimaera.

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View of the temple of Hephaestus in Athens. In the foreground, Arvanite peasants threshing corn under the supervision of a Muslim servant who is escorting his master's son. On the left, Arvanites in provisional hut (kalyvi).

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Plan of the Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens.

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Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: The elevation of the eastern Front.

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The Elevation of the Eastern Front: Transverse section of the eastern portico. Here the front columns are removed to shew the antae and columns of the pronaos with its frize, the distribution of the beams of the ceilings of the Lacunaria.

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Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: Longitudinal section of the eastern portico and pronaos.

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Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), Athens: Fig. 1. The capital and entablature of the columns of the portico, with the metope of the north east angle. Fig.2 The sossit of the corona, and of the mutules, with the distribution of their guttae.

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