Iznik (gr. Nicaea) (26 Subjects)
Pack animals at the shores of Iznik Lake.
The road leading to Iznik. Yeni Sehir Gate in the background.
The walls of Iznik seen from Yeni Sehir Gate.
Byzantine building in Iznik, possibly a bathhouse, called “Gypsy Palace” because it was inhabited by gypsies.
The Gate of Claudius in Iznik.
View of the walls of Iznik near Council Gate, south of the Sea Gate.
The church of Hagia Sophia, later Orhan Mosque, in Iznik.
The northern gate of the walls of Nicaea (Iznik).
Yenisehir Gate in the walls of Nicaea.
Gate of Leuke in the walls of Nicaea.
Inscription upon stones which have formed the top of a Gateway at Nicaea.Part of inscription formed of projecting red tiles on the frieze of brick Tower at Nicaea.
Fragment of good sculpture build into a house in Nicaea.
Cornice on the lid of a sarcophagus built into the wall of Nicaea.
Fortifications of Nicaea [today Iznik].
Α. Plan of a building in Nicaea (Iznik). Β, C and F: View and plans of the ancient theater of Ephesus. D. Plan of the ancient theater in Alabanda (Arabihissar). Ε. Plan of the ancient theater in Pythagoreio in Samos. G. Plan of the ancient theater in Magnesia on the Maeander.
Map of the walls of Nicaea (Iznik), and map of the lake of Nicaea (Lake Iznik / anc. Ascania). Plan of a Christian Orthodox church in Iznik (G), propably of Hagia Sophia. View and plan of a funerary monument (I).
The Obelisk of Gaius Cassius Philieus on the road from Iznik (Nicaea) to Izmit (Nicomedia).
Seals from the lake of Iznik, Asia Minor.
The sarcophagus of Nicaea, on the outskirts of the city.
General view of Iznik (Nicaea).
The gate of Constantinople, or Northern Gate of Iznik, from outside the walls.
Ancient reliefs which had been incorporated into the walls of Iznik.
Lefke Gate or Eastern Gate of Iznik.
On of the gates of Iznik, possibly Lake Gate, from the interior of the walls.