Sicily (214 Subjects)
Map of ancient Syracuse.
Modern Arms of the City of Girgenti, from a Bas-Relief in a Church near that city.
The Quarries of Syracuse (Ear of Dionysius).
Plan of Hexapylon fortress which protected the west end of Syracuse.
View of the Faro of Messina with the rocks of Scylla and the Calabrian coast.
The fleet of Lega Santa (Holy League) while departing from Messina (Sicily) in September 1571.
Map of Sicily.
Noble lady of Sicily in festive costume.
Noble lady of Sicily dressed to go to church.
Young noble lady of Sicily dressed to go to church.
Title page of the first part of the book. Tetradrachm from Agrigento, Sicily. Obv. Skylla.
Plans of the temples of Zeus and Heracles at Agrigento, Sicily. Map of the site.
Atlas from the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily.
Plan of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento.
Restoration of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily. On the left the Temple of Concordia and on the right the Temple of Athena.
Transverse section of the temple of Zeus at Agrigento.
Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily: Longitudinal section.
Outer peristyle of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento Sicily: Fig. 1: View of crepidoma, base of the column, column, capitals and entablature. Fig. 2. Section plan of crepidoma, base of the column, capitals and entablature. Fig. 5. Plan of column.
Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily: Interior order of the cella.
View of the ruins of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily.
Views, plans, and section plans of various architectural features of the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily.
Front view and plan of the Temple of Heracles at Agrigento, Sicily. View of column and entablature. Section plan of moulding.
Comparison of peristyles from several Doric temples, showing the corner triglyph of each structure, in reference to the architectural question known as Doric corner conflict. A: From the remains of temple close to Delphi, possibly the Tempe of Athena Pronaia. B: From temple at Heraclea, Asia Minor. C, D: From the temples at Priene. E: From Halicarnassus. F: From the Doric Stoa of the ancient Agora of Athens, as drawn by Stuart G: From Selinunte, Sicily. H: From Paestum I: From Knidus.
Plan of the ancient theater at Syracuse, Sicily.
Ancient Theater of Syracuse. Details: Fig. 1 represents the plan of the steps leading from the diazoma to the cuneus. Fig. 2: Section and elevation of ditto, thus brought together in order to explain more clearly the relative situation of the parts Fig. 3: Section through the podium of the diazoma, with the cornice restored.
Map of the bay and port of Messina (anc. Zagle) in Sicily. View of the city.
Map of the bays of Palermo and Mondello in Sicily.
Map of the bay and port of Trapani in Sicily.
Map of the bay and port of Syracuse. View of the city.
Map of the bay of Agusta in Sicily. View of the city.