Delos (86 Subjects)
Epistyle from the Stoa of Antigonus Gonatas, Delos.
The quarter of the Sacred Lake, Delos.
The Sanctuary of Apollo and Mount Cynthus, Delos.
Female statue, votive offering of Nikandra to Artemis, discovered on Delos island (today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens).
Marble statue of a Gaul warrior from Delos island, today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens.
The Diadoumenos statue, copy of the original work by Polykleitos, from Delos (today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens.
Fragments in the Isle of Delos. Fig. 1: Plan. Fig. 2: Front and Fig. 3: Side elevations of two bull's heads attached to the upper part of two columns.
Fig. 1: Plan of a Triglyph ornamented with Bull's heads. Fig. 2: Front elevation with the bull's head. Fig. 3: Side elevation. Fig. 4? Fig. 5: Supposed section of the complete order. Fig. 6: Cornice of a building on the left hand of the temple of Apollo. Fig. 7&8: Mouldings, probably of altars.
Other fragments of Delos. Fig. 1 & 2: appear to be capitals of Pilasters. Fig. 3& 4 are probably altars. They were found among the ruins of the Portico of Philip. Fig. 5, 6, 7 & 8 Bases of pilasters or of antae. Fig. 9, 10& 11. Other fragments of mouldings.
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.
Inscriptions and shield reliefs from trophies, found near Stoa of Philip V, Delos.
Map of Delos and the islands nearby.
Plan of Doric columns and elevation of Doric colonnade together with entablature, possibly from the Temple of Apollo, Delos.
Temple of Apollo, Delos: Shaft, capital, and entablature of the columns.
Stoa of Philip V, Delos: Plan and elevation of the portico.
Stoa of Philip V, Delos: The shaft, capital, and entablature of the columns. The inscription is given by Tournefort, who visited Delos in the year 1700.
Stoa of Philip V, Delos: Elevations and section plans of the entablature and other architectural features.
Fig. 1. The Cave of Heracles on Mount Cynthus, Delos. Fig. 2. Fragment of the leg of Apollo's statue from Delos. Fig. 3. Fragment from relief from Delos. Fig. 4-15. Fragments from Delos. Fig. 16-19. Fragment from Rineia.
From the monument of the Bulls on Delos: 1. Plan of column capital with bulls' heads. 2: Triglyph with bulls' heads (reconstruction). 3: Side view of triglyph with bulls' heads. 4: Triglyph from the same monument. 5: Side view of column capital. 6: Reconstruction of the monument's colonnade. 7, 8: Elevation and section of column from the colonnade.
View of Delos.
Map of the anchorage of Myconos. View of the Chora of Myconos.
1. - 7. Fragments from columns from Delos: Bottom view, elevation, plan and section plan of columns. Elevation of Corinthian capital. 8. Bottom view of Corinthian capital from Rome. 9. - 10. Elevations of Corinthian capitals from Rome.
Map of Delos and Rineia, (Gennadius Library).
Map of Delos and Rineia.
The remains of the portico of Philip V on Delos island. In the background, Rineia and Tinos islands.
View of the port of Delos. Rineia and Paros islands in the background.