Arches (64 Subjects)
Arch of Sergii in Pula, Croatia: Trophies in the frieze on the Flanks of the Arch.
1. View of the Church of Saint Simeon Stylites, near Aleppo, Syria. 2. Bottom view of the base of the columns together with views of the columns and the arches of the Church of Saint Simeon Stylites.
1. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Apollo and Demeter, at the necropolis of Furkia. 2. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Hermes and Pheme, at the necropolis of Furkia. 3. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Ceres and Athena, at the necropolis of Furkia.4. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing a priest, at the necropolis of Furkia. 5. Reconstructive drawing of building at Al Bara, near Aleppo. 6. Relief found at the entrance of the library of the Levant Company (or East Company) at Aleppo, Syria.
The Arch of Marcus Aurelius in Tripoli, Libya.
View and plan of the Arch of Septimus Severus in Latakia (anc. Laodicea) in Syria.
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.
View of the triumphal Arch of Orange.
The Arch of the Sergii at Pula, Croatia.
The triumphal arch of Aunia Meliana in the walls of Zadar, Croatia. The arch became part of the Sea Gate or Gate of Saint Chrysogonus in 1573.
Roman ruins in Athens
View of the bridge of Justinian or Sangarius Bridge. The bridge is situated on Sangarius (Sakarya) river, near Sabanca lake, outside Adapazari, on the route from Iznik to Izmit. Today the bed of Sangarius lies to the east of the bridge, which only covers the smaller tributary Sark Deresi river (anc. Melas). On the foreground, the now-lost triumphal arch at the western end of the bridge.
The Gate of Frontinus and the ruins of an early Christian church in Hierapolis.
Heidentor, Roman triumphal arch o thef era of Constantine II (4th century CE), in the city of Carnuntum, today Petronell, in Austria.
The residents of Athens welcome George I of Greeks, October 1863 (imaginary representation). On the right, the Acropolis and the temple of Hephaestus.
The Arch of Drusus, Rome. In fact, the arch belongs to the Antonine aqueduct, which crossed the Appian Way.
One of the arches of Janus Quadrifons in the Forum Boarium.
Remains of the arches of Nero (extension of Aqua Claudia) on the Caelian hill, Rome.
Arch of Gallienus, Rome.
Arch of Septimius Severus, Rome.
View of the Roman Agora, Rome. On the foreground, on the left, the arch of Septimus Severus.
Arch of Constantine and the Colosseum, Rome.
Arch of Septimus Severus, Rome.
Arch of Janus, Rome.