Arches (64 Subjects)
The port of Ancona with Trajan's Arch.
Arch in the ancient remains near Kamarina.
Arches in the Roman theatre of Capua.
Roman arch in Cuma.
Arch from Oiniades in Acarnania.
Gateways of the earliest dates in Assos.
Arch of Ecce Homo in Jerusalem.
Triumphal Arch at Reims.
Arch of Septimius Severus.
The arch of Titus, as restored in 1823.
The Arch of Titus in 1822.
The Arch of Constantine.
Interior of the Arch of Janus.
The Arch of Septimius Severus in Velabro quarter, Rome.
The Arch of Janus in Rome.
The Arch of Drusus.
Porta Esquilina or Arch of Galienus in Rome.
The arch of the Sergii at Pula, Croatia. Peasants of Slavic ethnicity are walking by with their ox cart. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett and their assistant are on top of the arch, making drawings. On the left a man informs the women gathered that the travellers are searching the Arch of the Sergii for treasures.
Plan of the Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
Elevation of the Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
The flank and section of the Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia: Fig. 1: The capital and entablature of the columns. Fig. 2: Section of the capital. Fig. 3: Soffit of the Corona.
Outlines of architectural features from the Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia: Fig. 1: Plan of the capital reversed. Fig. 2: Angular view of the capital.
Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia: Fig. 1: Plan of the columns shewing the termination of the flutes. Fig. 2: Base and pedestal of the columns.
Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia: Fig. 1: The middle compartment in the soffit of the arch. Fig. 2: The impost mouldings, with the foliage ornament on its face, and the archivolt. Fig. 3: The pedestals over the entablature.