Inscriptions (309 Subjects)
The right leg of one of the two colossal statues of Amenophis / Amenhotep III in Luxor (anc. Thebes).
Inscriptions from Mount Sinai.
Inscriptions from Mount Sinai. Inscriptions from the base of one of the colossal statues of Amenophis / Amenhotep III in Luxor (anc. Thebes).
Roman inscriptions: Ι. Inscription on granite pillar in the old port of Alexandria. ΙΙ. Inscription on marble. ΙΙΙ. Inscription on pylon from a temple in Qaw el-Kebir (anc. Antaiopolis).
Inscriptions of Roman era: ΙV. Inscription from temple in Akhmin (anc. Panopolis). V. Inscription from Qus (anc. Apollonopolis Parva).
Roman inscriptions from Elephantine island.
A scene in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul, somewhere in Sandal Bedesten.
Milk store in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul.
The mihrab of the mosque of Sultan Suleiman I. In the foreground pious Ottomans are praying.
Coins and inscription from Corfu.
Roman sarcophagus at Vathy, Preveza.
Stele from Pali, ancient city in Paliki peninsula, near Lixouri, Cephalonia.
1. Ancient marble panel with inscription from the Temple of Artemis. After the Temple was demolished, this panel served as the altar stone at the church of Agios Dimitrios in Melinado, Zakynthos, which is today in ruins. 2. Ancient coins of Zakynthos and Cythera.
View of the front of the roman tomb of Zakynthos, erroneously thought to be the Tomb of Cicero. Vases from the monument.
Inscription from the tomb of Sir Edward Barton, the British ambassador to the Ottoman Porte, in the late 16th century. The author argues that this inscription is found at the Monastery of Hagia Triada on Heybeliada (Halki).
Inscriptions in Greek from the Troad.
Roman inscriptions from Faqra (Lebanon).
1. Roman inscription from Baalbeck (anc. Heliopolis). 2. Roman inscription from Souk El Gharb.
Ancient inscriptions from Kition (Cyprus).
View of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra). Drawing of the epistyle. Plan of the monument. The porch of Aqueduct of Hadrian (Dexameni) in Athens (Β). Plan of the monument. Drawing of the entablature.
An amphora, probably of the Hellenistic era, found in the city Antium (today Anzio), in Italy. Inscription found in the interior of the vase.
Building in the form of ancient temple, in which the statue of Cybele stood, in the villa Grimani in Venice.
View and plan of the Temple of Rome and Augustus in Pula, in Croatia.
View and plan of the Arch of the Sergii in Pula, Croatia.
Roman inscription at the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens, in between the Beule Gate and the Temple of Athena Nike. The inscription refers to Flavius Septimius Marcellinus, with the sponsorship of whom the Propylaea of the Acropolis were restored (280 C.E.)
Votive inscription from the Theater of Dionysus in Athens.
Ancient inscription from the Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion) in Athens.
Votive inscriptions from the Stoa of Attalos in Athens. These inscriptions, as well as many other parts of the Stoa, were used in the reconstruction of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens and the walls surrounding the rock.
Ancient Greek inscriptions. These inscriptions were discussed for the first time in the travel account of G. Wheler (1682) and then in the work of I. Mersius "Opera Omnia" in 1741.
Marble stele on which a law of Emperor Hadrian is preserved. The author argues that he found this inscription next to the Temple of Rome and Augustus on the Acropolis. He also claims, however, that this inscription was initially found at the Prytaneum.