Funerary monuments (576 Subjects)
1. Bay of Zante from a draught by a French map. 2. Antenors Cenotaph. 3. Κεφαλ is Κατα Ματθαιον [Christ in Majesty holding Saint Matthew's Gospel]. 4. A Daniele in Monte [The monastery of Prophet Daniel on Monte Ortone, Italy.]
1.View of the great altar at the Church of Saint Simeon Stylites, Syria. 2. Funerary stele from Hierapolis, near Aleppo, Syria. 3. Fragment of relief from Hierapolis.
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.
1. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Apollo and Demeter, at the necropolis of Furkia. 2. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Hermes and Pheme, at the necropolis of Furkia. 3. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing Ceres and Athena, at the necropolis of Furkia.4. Relief from entrance to a Roman Tomb, showing a priest, at the necropolis of Furkia. 5. Reconstructive drawing of building at Al Bara, near Aleppo. 6. Relief found at the entrance of the library of the Levant Company (or East Company) at Aleppo, Syria.
Inscription in Greek at the necropolis of Furkia, near Aleppo.
Inscriptions in Greek from catacombs near Aleppo, Syria.
1. Funerary stele at the Church of Panagia Acheiropoietos, Lapithos, Cyprus . 2. Part of the front of the Kolossi Castle, Limassol. 3. Front view of the Church of Agios Mamas at Morfou, Cyprus.
Fig. 1. The Cave of Heracles on Mount Cynthus, Delos. Fig. 2. Fragment of the leg of Apollo's statue from Delos. Fig. 3. Fragment from relief from Delos. Fig. 4-15. Fragments from Delos. Fig. 16-19. Fragment from Rineia.
Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus): Entrance.
Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus): Subterranean chamber at Mycenae. Plan of the subterraneous chamber. Fig. 2 represents the plan of the supercilium or architrave over the door. Fig. 3, shews the plan of the same architrave on the step. Conduit and emissary at Tusculum near Rome.
Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus): Section of tholos.
Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus). Details of the front: Subterranean chamber at Mycenae. Details. Fig. 1 is of green marble, and still remains on the spot, immediately outside the avenue leading to the door. Fig. 2. Elevation of ditto, with part of the shaft of the column. Fig. 3. Detail of part of the ornament of the base developed at large. Fig. 4: Small fragment supposed to belong to the capital. Fig. 5: Part of the ornament of the shaft of column developed at large. Fig. 6: Plan of the upper part of the shaft. Fig. 7: Small fragment of white marble. Fig. 8: Small fragment of white marble, in the restoration applied as the parapet of the wall. Fig. 9: Fragment of green marble. Fig. 10: Fragment of red marble. The angle produced by two of the sides, corresponds precisely with the angles formed by the lines of the opening above the entrance, and which coincidence has therefore afforded authority for the introduction in the restored elevation of a basso-relievo.
Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus): Reconstruction.
Elevations, section plans and plans of funerary monuments from Alinda (today Karpuzlu), Asia Minor.
The Monument of Philopappus, Athens
The fortifications of the city of Rhodes and the Muslim cemetery seen from the west. The author being shown the location.
The tomb of Grand Master Robert de Julliac in the Franciscan church which was converted into a mosque, adjacent to the public baths of Rhodes (Yeni Hamam). Muslim people preparing to pray at the mosque.
The tomb of Grand Master Fabrice Caretti in the Church of Saint John in Rhodes.
Kastellorizo: Lycian sarcophagi near Castel Rosso.
Lycian sarcophagi at Myra (today Demre).
Lycian sarcophagus at Fethiye (gr. Makri).
Woman of Caramania carrying her baby. Behind follows her daughter, carrying a bowl of water.
"Archocrateion", Hellenistic rock cut tomb, at Lindos, Rhodes.
View of Lapseki and the Hellespont.
The mausoleum of Sultan Suleiman I, Istanbul.
Armenian cemetery in Istanbul.