Columns / Pillars (129 Subjects)
A Doric column in ancient Apollonia, in modern day Albania.
Obelisk of Cleopatra (Alexandria). Pillar of Pompey (Alexandria)
The Erechtheion: Front elevation of the angular capitals of the columns to the side portico.
Tambours of Doric columns on the site of the Temple of Zeus in Olympia.
Tables showing the characteristic features of the Doric, Ionian and Corinthian order.
Column from the Heraion of Samos.
Columns of ancient building in Ankara.
Column of Julian, Ankara.
Column capitals discovered in Balamont.
Church at Riez.
Capitals from the Roman Temple of Zeus at Vernegue (France), to which it was added the Romanic chapel of Saint Caesareus.
The Establishment of the Poseidoniasts, Delos.
Section of capital from Thorikos near Lavrio.
The port of Aegina and the columns of the Temple of Apollo.
Remains of an building in the ancient city Skepsis (today Kurşunlutepe) in Asia Minor.
Doric Pillar at Apollonia.
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. 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.
View of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens.
The Parthenon: 1. Part of the east side of the temple. 2. Longitudinal section of part of the pronaos.
Part of the south side of the Parthenon. On the metopes scenes from Centauromachy. Interestingly, the author adds to this side a pediment as well.
Longitudinal section of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens (from east to west). Imaginary reconstruction of the Monument of Agrippa.
Reconstruction of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens.
Plan of Erechtheion. View of the east side of the Temple.
West view of Erechtheion.
The Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa), Athens.
The Gate of Athena Archegetis (mod. Pazaroporta), Athens.
The ruins of Hadrian's Library, Athens.
The Arch of Hadrian, Athens. In the background the Temple of Olympia Zeus.