Cyclades islands (407 Subjects)
The quarter of the Sacred Lake, Delos.
The Sanctuary of Apollo and Mount Cynthus, Delos.
Female statue, votive offering of Nikandra to Artemis, discovered on Delos island (today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens).
Marble statue of a Gaul warrior from Delos island, today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens.
The Diadoumenos statue, copy of the original work by Polykleitos, from Delos (today at the National Archeological Museum, Athens.
The ancient theater of Milos.
The Sellada mountain pass, Santorini.
Royal portico at ancient Thera, Santorini.
The Gymnasium and the entrance to the Cave of Hermes and Heracles at ancient Thera, Santorini.
Fortress at ancient Thera, Santorini.
Map of Santorini.
Map of Milos.
Map of Naxos.
Vase from Milos island.
Island of Santorini.
The cave of Antiparos.
The entrance to the cave of Zeus on Za mountain, Naxos.
Inscriptions from church at Paros.
Fragments in the Isle of Delos. Fig. 1: Plan. Fig. 2: Front and Fig. 3: Side elevations of two bull's heads attached to the upper part of two columns.
Fig. 1: Plan of a Triglyph ornamented with Bull's heads. Fig. 2: Front elevation with the bull's head. Fig. 3: Side elevation. Fig. 4? Fig. 5: Supposed section of the complete order. Fig. 6: Cornice of a building on the left hand of the temple of Apollo. Fig. 7&8: Mouldings, probably of altars.
Other fragments of Delos. Fig. 1 & 2: appear to be capitals of Pilasters. Fig. 3& 4 are probably altars. They were found among the ruins of the Portico of Philip. Fig. 5, 6, 7 & 8 Bases of pilasters or of antae. Fig. 9, 10& 11. Other fragments of mouldings.
Fragments of the Isle of Paros. Fig, 1: Altar with a horned head. Fig.. 2: Altar, with roses. Fig. 3: Doric Capital. Fig. 4: Mouldings. Fig. 5: Architrave of a door. Fig. 6: Section of ditto. Fig. 7: Moulding.
Sculpture in the quarries at Paros.
Fragments from various Places. Fig. 1: Ionic entablature at Palaeopolis in Andros. Fig. 2: Base found at Scopelos. Fig. 3: Side elevation of a Sarcophagus at Scopelo, which serves at present as a cistern, or rather as a watering trough. Fig. 4: Part of the end of this Sarcophagus. Fig. 5: Ormanent at the angle. Fig. 6: Section of the mouldings of the side. Fig. 7: Section of the upper tablet at the angle. Fig. 8: Section of the lower ditto above the claw. Fig. 9&10: Section of the flutings.
Dorotheus. This, and another figure, representing a priestess of Isis, are mentioned in the journal as having been found in Andros. No drawing of the other figure has been preserved.
1. Voidi or Trenta Nove islet, Zakynthos. According to the legend, the Venetians executed thirty nine Zakynthian rebels on the islet, hence its name. 2. The Castle of Cythera. 3. View of the port of Myconos.