Roman theatres (13 Subjects)
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 and 2. View of capital and base of capital from Erechtheion, Athens. 3 and 4. Views of bases of columns from Erechtheion. 5. Ionian capital from Eleusis. 6 and 7. Capital and base of capital from the Theater of Marcellus, Rome. 7 and 9. Capital and base of the capital from the Temple of Portunus, Rome.
View of the Roman theater at Myra (today Demre).
View of Gytheio. During the Ottoman rule, the entire city, and not only the islet outside Gytheio, was called Marathonisi.
Map of Athens. The author notes some of the most important monuments of the city.
Plan of the Roman theatre of Milos with details of the retaining wall.
Interior of the Colosseum, 18th century.
The Odeon of Nicopolis. August 1810.
The Odeon of Herodes Atticus and the Acropolis from Philopappos Hill. September-October 1810.
The Acropolis of Athens from the southwest. On the left, the Odeon of Herodes Atticus. On the right, Hadrian's Arch and the temple of Olympian Zeus.