Funerary steles (72 Subjects)
View of Kerameikos cemetery, with some of the funerary monuments at the site.
The stele of Hegeso from Kerameikos (today at National Archaeological Museum, Athens).
A street in the ancient cemetery of Kerameikos, in front of Dipylon gate.
The ancient cemetery of Kerameikos, in front of Dipylon gate. The funerary stele of Dexileos.
Funerary monument in Venice. According to tradition, this monument was built by Corinthians in memory of Diogenes the Cynic.
Fynerary stele from Ephesus.
Funerary stele from Villa Albani and relief from the Capitoline Museums, Rome.
Christian tombstones at Sour Ghozlan (Auzla), Africa.
Ancient funerary and votive steles from Izmir.
Funerary stele of Alxenor, in the Man and Dog style, discovered at Orchomenus (today kept at the National Archeological Museum, Athens).
View of the funerary stele of Alxenor or Stele of Orchomenos.
Funerary stele of Theophile.
Funerary stele of Philocrates.
Funerary stele from Athens.
Fragments of funerary steles.
Funerary steles from Corfu.
Funerary stele from Palaiopolis, Corfu.
Funerary steles from Cephalonia.
Funerary steles from Thessaloniki.
Funerary stele depicting the farewell to the deceased.
Panoramic view of the Golden Horn from the cemetery of Eyüp.
1. Corinthian columns of entrance to a catacomb at Shaykh Barakat, near Aleppo, Syria. 2. The entrance to the catacomb of a certain Roman soldier, together with funerary stele at Shaykh Barakat. 3. Stele from the Roman theater of Cyrrhus, ancient city near Aleppo. 4. Fragment of relief from Hierapolis.
1. Monumental building. 2. View of part of the wall of the temple of Saint Peter in Antakya, Turkey. 3. Funerary stele showing a gladiator in Samandağ (anc. Seleucia Pieria). 4. View of entrance leading to catacomb at Shaykh Barakat, near Aleppo. 5. View of funerary stele at the entrance of Shaykh Barakat. 6. View of gate at Shaykh Barakat.
Fig. 1-4: Funerary steles from Athens. Fig. 5. Funerary lekythos.