The Propylaea, the monumental gate entrance to the Athens acropolis. Architect: Mnesicles, c. 437–431 BCE.
The plan of the Propylaea, the monumental gate of the Athens acropolis, c. 437-431 BCE.
Reconstructed section of the Cardo Maximus of Aelia Capitolina (Jerusalem)
Reconstructed southern section of the Cardo Maximus of Jerusalem. Paved and lined with columns, the Cardo Maximus was...
Roman architecture continued the legacy left by the earlier architects of the Greek world, and the Roman respect for...
Roman Column, Anjar
The Roman Columns in Anjar (8th century CE) were most probably reused from earlier 4th century CE Christian buildings...
Sanctuary of Apollon in Cyrene
Ruins of the Sanctuary of Apollon in Cyrene, modern Libya.
Square Column, Greek-Style House, Glanum
An unuusual square column from the peristyle of a Greek-style house at Glanum, southern France. 2nd-1st century BCE...
Temple of Amun, Karnak
The first courtyard of the Temple of Amun, Karnak. It measures 84 x 99 metres and was built during the 22nd Dynasty rule...
Temple of Artemis, Ephesus
The lonely reconstructed column standing on the site of the Temple of Artemis at Ephesus. The Temple of Artemis, also...
Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens
The Temple of Olympian Zeus in Athens, also known as the Olympieion, was built over several centuries starting in 174...