Byzantine architecture (274 Subjects)
View of the central nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, right after its reconstruction by the Fossati brothers in 1847.
View of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, right after its reconstruction by the Fossati brothers in 1847.
View of the Temple of Apollo in ancient Corinth. In the background the Acrocorinth.
View of Eminönü. In the foreground the New Mosque. On the left Hagia Sophia, and on the right the mosque of Sultan Suleiman I.
View of the Seraglio Point.
The north-eastern entrance of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. On the right the Soğukçeşme street and part of the walls of Topkapi Palace.
North-eastern view of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul. In the background the Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I.
View of Daphni Monasteri in Chaidari.
The northern wall of the Acropolis of Athens and the church of Metamorfosis Sotiros.
View of the Seraglio Point. On the left Kadiköy. On the right Hagia Sophia and the Mosque of Sultan Ahmet I.
View of the Seraglio Point from the Sea of Marmara.
Byzantine aqueduct in Selçuk, close to Ephesus. In the background the Castle of Selçuk, on the Ayasuluk hill.
Map of Patmos.
Map of Istanbul.
Fig. 1. View of Gelibolu. Fig. 2. View of Istanbul.
View of the complex of Eleona Basilica or Pater Noster Church on Mount of Olives, Jerusalem. View of the Chapel of the Ascension in the same complex.
Plan of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
View of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
Plan of the Basilica of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
The Cave of the Nativity in Bethlehem.
Plan of the Basilica of the Nativity and its chapels in Bethlehem.
View of the Church of Saint John the Baptist (A) and the putativehouse of his mother Elizabeth in Ein Karem near Jerusalem.
Map of ancient Corinth with Acrocorinth.
The Mufti of Istanbul. In the background Hagia Sophia together with some mausoleums of the Sultans at its courtyard.
View of Istanbul from Pera. Valens aqueduct in the background. To the left of the aqueduct, the mosques of Suleiman I and Ahmed I, and Hagia Sophia.
The mosque of Sultan Ahmed I and the Byzantine Hippodrome. In the foreground, the Obelisk of Theodosius I, and the Obelisk of Constantine VII. Between them, the Serpent column, that is, the bronze base of the golden tripod of Plataeae, originally in the sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi.
Ruins of an aqueduct at Ephesus, most probably the Byzantine aqueduct at Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.
View of the central nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.