ANCIENT ART
ARCHITECTURE | ROMAN PROVINCES | Asia
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1. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Plan of portico.
Aegae.
2. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Reconstruction of portico.
Aegae.
3. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Plan of the temple.
1st century.
Aizanoi.
4. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Celsius Library and the Gate of August.
117—135 CE.
Ephesus.
5. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Colonnaded street along the Odeon lined with Ionic and Corinthian columns.
2nd century.
Ephesus.
6. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Entrance to the Odeon (Bouleuterion).
2nd century.
Ephesus.
7. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Facade of the Celsius Library. Statue of Goodness (Arete).
Marble. Modern copy from the original of 117—135 CE. (now the original is stored in Vienna, in Ephesus Museum).
Ephesus.
8. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Facade of the Celsius Library. Statue of Goodness (Arete). Detail.
Marble. Modern copy from the original of 117—135 CE. (now the original is stored in Vienna, in Ephesus Museum).
Ephesus.
9. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Facade of the Celsius Library. Statue of Knowledge (Episteme).
Marble. Modern copy from the original of 117—135 CE. (now the original is stored in Vienna, in Ephesus Museum).
Ephesus.
10. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Facade of the Celsius Library. Statue of Wisdom (Sophia).
Marble. Modern copy from the original of 117—135 CE. (now the original is stored in Vienna, in Ephesus Museum).
Ephesus.
11. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Footpath of the Street of Curetes wholly paved with mosaics.
Ephesus.
12. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Ruins of Ephesus.
1st—2nd centuries.
Ephesus.
13. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
The Fountain of Trajan.
102—114 CE.
Ephesus.
14. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
The Gate of August (The Gate of Mazaeus and Mithridates).
4—3 BCE.
Ephesus.
15. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
The Odeon (Bouleuterion). Scene and spectator seats.
2nd century.
Ephesus.
16. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
The street of Ephesus.
Ephesus.
17. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
The Temple of Hadrian.
117—138 CE.
Ephesus.
18. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
The Temple of Hadrian.
117—138 CE.
Ephesus.
19. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Theatre.
1st—2nd century.
Ephesus.
20. ARCHITECTURE. Asia.
Theatre. Scene and spectator seats.
1st—2nd century.
Ephesus.
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