Ancient theatres (177 Subjects)
Ancient ruins possibly of Seleucia of Pisidia or Seleucia Sidera, close to Bayat village, Asia Minor.
View of the odeon of ancient Hierapolis. The remains of a porticum in the foreground.
View of the Roman theatre of Hierapolis.
Fragments of reliefs from the Roman theatre of Hierapolis.
View of the Roman theatre and the ruins of Hierapolis. In the background, the travertine terraces of Pamukkale.
The plain of the Maeander seen from the ancient theatre of Laodicea. A group of Zeibeks is gathered on the theatre's scene.
The remains of the ancient theatre of Tripolis of Phrygia, in modern-day Yenicekent, Asia Minor.
Panoramic view of Maeander plain from the Roman theatre of Nysa in Caria. The plate shows the remaining parts of the aqueduct and the bridge of Nysa, only second in size to the bridge of Pergamon among ancient bridges.
View of the ruins of Alinda or Alexandria by Latmus and the modern village of Karpuzlu.
View of the remains of Magnesia on the Maeander.
View of the ancient theatre of Miletus.
View of the ruins of an ancient building and the positions of the two theatres, in the remains of ancient Sagalassus.
View of the theatre and the colonnade in Soloi of Cilicia (later Pompeiopolis).
Lycian tombs and the ancient theatre of Xanthus, Asia Minor.
The Harpy Tomb: Lycian tomb, probably of king Xanthus, which was named after its reliefs of female figureswhich resemble Harpies. Several reliefs of the monument were removed by Charles Fellows and are today kept at the British Museum, London.
View of the Harpy Tomb from a Lycian tomb at Xanthus, Asia Minor.
View of Lycian tombs and the ancient theatre of Xanthus, Asia Minor.
The Acropolis of Panopeus (Acropolis of Chaeronea) and the plain of Chaeronea.
Ancient theatre of Thorikos.