Funerary steles (72 Subjects)
Reliefs from ancient Ialyssos. Funerary steles from the area of the Roman aqueduct at Rodini, Rhodes.
Turkish mausoleums and funerary steles in the Peloponnese.
Turkish woman waters the flowers of her husband's grave.
Panoramic view of the Golden Horn from the Muslim cemetery of Eyüp.
The Muslim cemetery at Üsküdar.
View of the area the Dolmabahçe Palace was built at, from the Muslim cemetery of Pera (Beyoğlu). This cemetery started off today's Taxim Square and through the neighborhoods of Gümüşsuyu and Fındıklı it reached the Bosporus.
The Tower of Galata. In the background the Seraglio Point and Hagia Sophia.
The muslim cemetery of Pera (Beyoğlu). This cemetery started off today's Taxim square and through the neighborhoods of Gümüşsuyu and Fındıklı it reached the Bosporus.
Inscription from the tomb of Sir Edward Barton, the British ambassador to the Ottoman Porte, in the late 16th century. The author argues that this inscription is found at the Monastery of Hagia Triada on Heybeliada (Halki).
Ancient funerary stele from Crete.
The Muslim cemetery of Pera (Beyoğlu). The cemetery started off today's Taxim square, and eventually reached the Bosporus through the neighborhoods of Gümüşsuyu and Fındıklı.
Rites of passage in the Muslim cemetery of Eyüp, Istanbul.
Memorial service on Saturday of the Souls, Athens.
Ottoman Muslim cemetery.
Muslim wedding in the Ottoman Empire: The giving away of the bride.
Lycian tombs at Antifellos, Asia Minor.
View of the castle of Amfissa, which was built on the site of the city's ancient arcropolis.
The “man and dog” Stele of Alxenoror, or Stele of Orchomenos, today housed in the Archaeological Museum of Athens.
An attic tomb relief.
Funeral stele from Cerameicus, Athens.
Funerary stele of Aristion. Statue of Aeschines the Orator.
The grave stele of Aristion, discovered in Velanideza, Attica and kept at the Archaelogical Museum of Athens.
Funerary stele of a mother and her young children.
Drawing of the stele of Mika and Dion from Kerameikos cemetery, Archaeological Museum of Athens.
1. View of the site of the ancient theatre of Megalopolis. 2, 3. Funerary stele and remains of column, discovered by the author at the court of unnamed church at Megalopolis.
Funerary steles from Delos island.
Antiquities from Delos island, which the author saw on Syros island.
Funerary steles from Delos island, which the author saw on Syros island.
1. Funerary steles from Delos island, which the author saw on Tinos island. 2. Sculpture of Heracles with inscription, Tinos island.
Funerary steles and fragment of sculpture, Tinos island.