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Levend (member of irregular naval corps) of Izmir.
The Hittite relief at Karabel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.
Roman aqueduct of Kızılçullu at Buca, Izmir. In the background, the castle of Kadifekale (ancient acropolis of Pagos).
View of the Roman ruins of Ephesus from Selçuk. On the hil, the city castle (Ayasulluk castle).
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Asia Minor, Ayasuluk Castle, Byzantine architecture, Byzantine monuments, Castles and fortresses, Ephesus, Goats, Ionia, Ottoman architecture, Ottoman monuments, Professions, Roman monuments, Selçuk / Agios Theologos, Shepherds, Turkey
View of Manisa (ancient Magnesia ad Sipylum), Asia Minor.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Asia Minor, Baskets, Camels, Castles and fortresses, Costume - Hats and headwear, Equids, Houses, Human types, Ionia, Manisa / gr. Magnesia / anc. Magnesia ad Sipylum, Mosques, Mount Sipylus /Mount Spil, Mountains, Social sphere and everyday life, Travel, Turkey, Views, Walls, Women
View of the village of Selçuk near ancient Ephesus. In the background, Selçuk (Ayasulluk) castle.
Tags: Agricultural tasks, Animals, Aqueducts, Architecture and built environment, Asia Minor, Ayasuluk Castle, Camels, Carriages, Castles and fortresses, Children, Costume - Hats and headwear, Equids, Houses, Human types, Ionia, Mosques, Selçuk / Agios Theologos, Social sphere and everyday life, Turkey, Views, Women
Greek and Jewish women in traditional costume. View of Stroboli volcano. Lighthouse at the bay of Messina, Sicily. View of Izmir.
Tags: Architecture and built environment, Asia Minor, Boats and ships, Costume - Hats and headwear, Ethnic groups, Greeks, Gulfs and bays, Houses, Human types, Ionia, Isole Eolie, Italy, Izmir / Smyrna, Jewellery, Jews, Lighthouses, Messina / anc. Zancle, Natural environment, Ports, Sicily, Southern Italy, Stromboli / anc. Strongyle, Turkey, Volcanoes, Women
View of the ruins of Magnesia on the Meander.
View of Caravan Bridge, Izmir.
Tags: Animals, Architecture and built environment, Asia Minor, Bridges, Caravan Bridge (Izmir), Carriages, Denizli, Equids, Houses, Human types, Ionia, Izmir / Smyrna, Meles river (Meles Çayı), Modes of transport, Natural environment, Pack animals, Rivers, Social sphere and everyday life, Turkey, Views
Comparison of plans of ancient temples as to their size: The temple of Artemis at Ephesus (1), the Heraion of Samos (2), the sanctuary of Apollo at Didyma (3), the temple of Artemis at Sardes (4), the temple of Artemis Leucophryene at Magnesia on the Maeander (5), the temple of Dionysus at Teos (6), the temple of Athena Polias at Priene (7), in Ionic order. The temples of Agrigento (1) and Selinunte (2) in Doric order, the temple of Olympian Zeus at Athens (Corinthian order) and the Parthenon (Doric order).
Tags: Aegean islands, Agrigento, Ancient temples, Architecture and built environment, Art and antiquities, Athens, Attica, Central Greece, Didim / anc. Didyma, Greece, Ionia, Islands of the Northeastern Aegean sea, Italy, Magnesia on the Maeander, Olympeion - Temple of Olympian Zeus (Athens), Parthenon, Plans and drawings, Priene, Samos, Sardes, Selinunte, Sicily, Sığacık – Seferihisar / anc. Teos, Southern Italy, Temple of Apollo (Didyma), Temple of Artemis Leucophryene (Magnesia on the Maeander), Temple of Athena Polias (Priene), Temple of Dionysus (Teos), Turkey
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.
A Roman gate at Ephesus. In the distance the castle of Selçuk, the city adjacent to ancient Ephesus.
Ancient coins from Tmolus (1), Izmir and Hierapolis (2), Milas (3, 4), coin of emperor Gallienus from Metropolis in Ionia (5), Colophon (6), coin of emperor Caracalla from Lebedus and Nicaea (7, 8).
Ancient coins from Thyateira (1), Izmir (2), Ephesus (3), Pergamon (4), Laodicea (5), Philadelphia (6), Sardes (7) and Magnesia (8).
Roman baths at Ephesus, probably the Roman baths of Varius in Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.
Ruins of an aqueduct at Ephesus, most probably the Byzantine aqueduct at Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.
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