Argolis (321 Subjects)
The bay of Nafplio.
Scene in the Arachnean Mountains near Argos.
The marsh or lake of Lerna.
Scenery on the Road from Nauplia to Corinth.
Pass on the road from Argos to Corinth.
The castle of Palamidi in Nafplio.
Floor plan of Larissa castle and of the village of Argos.
Elevation, section and plan of tower of fortress at Argolis (on the route to Tripoli). Section of tower at the Arcadian Gate of ancient Messene. Elevations and plans of two other towers.
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.
Ancient theatre of Epidaurus: Plan.
Ancient theatre of Epidaurus: Theatre in the grove of Aesculapius near Epidaurus. Fig. 1: Plan of the diazoma. Fig. 2: Elevation and section of the diazoma and some of the seats above and below it [...] Fig. 3: The coping to the diverging enclosure wall of the coilon, which followed the inclined line of the wall. Fig. 4: Application of a fragment found within the sacred precinct. The parts restored are the plinths, columns and architrave; the cornice and pedimental ornament are of one piece of marble beautifully sculptured in low relief, and now much destroyed. Fig. 5 and 6: Plan and section of a reservoir or fountain, built of fine large blocks of stone covered with a thick and strong cement.
Map of the port and anchorages of Nafplion.
Ancient coins from Arcadia. Obv. Athena.
Ancient coins of Argos.
Landscape in Mycenae. On the left the Acropolis of Mycenae and the Lions Gate.
View of Palaia Epidavros.
Landscape in Argolis. In the background the city of Nafplio.
View of Nafplio. On the left Palamidi, on the right the Bourtzi.
View of the walls of ancient Tiryns. In the foreground the Agricultural School of Tiryns, founded by Ioannis Kapodistrias. In the background Nafplio and Bourtzi.
The Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus).
View of the ancient theater of Argos.