Elis (172 Subjects)
The Plains of Olympia.
The coast of Elis.
Temple of Apollo Epicurius. Arcadia.
View of Mount Oleni, the Peloponnese.
The shores of Alfeios river close to Phrixus Mountain.
Landscape in Olympia. In the background Alfeios river.
Topographical map of Lepreon, ancient city in southern Triphylia in Elis.
Topographical map of Samicon, the area of the ancient city called Makistos, Arene and Samia, Samicon or Samos.
Topographical map of Alipheira, ancient city in Elis.
The Chlemoutsi fortress in Peloponnese.
View of the temple of Apollo Epicurius in Bassae, Figaleia.
Landscape at Phigaleia, Peloponnese.
View of Andritsaina, Peloponnese.
Chapter page. Bridge on Alfeios river.
Plain of Ancient Olympia.
Boustrophedon inscription, recorded by William Gell, from the throne of a statue at the Sacred Way of Didyma, the road leading from the Temple of Apollo to the sea. Inscription from a helmet at Olympia, votive offering of the city of Syracuse. William Leake cites the latter inscription to show how in Doric inscripions vowel crasis is employed so that inscriptions can end in dactylic hexameter.
View of the castle of Chlemoutsi near Mount Cyllene.
View of Patras.
Map of Elis.