Seven Churches of Asia Minor (35 Subjects)
Inscription from Thyateira.
Inscription from Smyrna.
Inscription from Ephesus.
Inscription from Pergamon.
Inscription from Laodicea, Asia Minor.
Inscription from Philadelphia, Asia Minor.
Inscription from Miletus, Asia Minor.
Ancient coins from Thyateira (1), Izmir (2), Ephesus (3), Pergamon (4), Laodicea (5), Philadelphia (6), Sardes (7) and Magnesia (8).
Map of Asia Minor showing the location of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor or Seven Churches of the Apocalypse.
View of the city and port of Izmir. In the background, the castle of Pagos.
View of Pergamon in Asia Minor. In the background, the Acropolis of Pergamon.
The remains of the basilica of Saint John in Pergamon.
Ruins of an ancient temple, probably the temple of Aphrodite, in Sardes, Asia Minor.
Thyateira, Asia Minor.
Philadelphia, in Asia Minor.
A Roman gate at Ephesus. In the distance the castle of Selçuk, the city adjacent to ancient Ephesus.
Travertine terraces in Pamukkale, Asia Minor.
Map of ancient Hierapolis.
View of the palaestra of ancient Hierapolis.
Funerary monuments in the necropolis of Hierapolis.
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.
Fragments of reliefs, column bases, plan of a column and other architectural features from Hierapolis, possibly from Frontinus Gate.
The Gate of Frontinus and the ruins of an early Christian church in Hierapolis.
View of the Roman theatre and the ruins of Hierapolis. In the background, the travertine terraces of Pamukkale.
View of funerary monuments in the valley of Hierapolis.