Stoa of Philip V (Delos) (7 Subjects)
Stoa of Philip V, Delos: Plan and elevation of the portico.
Stoa of Philip V, Delos: The shaft, capital, and entablature of the columns. The inscription is given by Tournefort, who visited Delos in the year 1700.
Stoa of Philip V, Delos: Elevations and section plans of the entablature and other architectural features.
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.
The remains of the portico of Philip V on Delos island. In the background, Rineia and Tinos islands.
Stoa of Philip V, Delos island: Plan and reconstruction of columns and triglyphs. Part of inscription reading “ΒΑΣΙΛΕΥΣ ΜΑΚΕΔΟΝΩΝ ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΣ ΒΑΣΙΛΕΩΣ ΔΗΜΗΤΡΙΟΥ ΑΠΟΛΛΩΝΙ".
Stoa of Philip V, Delos island: View, plans and perpendicular section of architectural features belonging to the entablature and columns.