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Aqueduct
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Aqueduct of Emperor Valens
Closer view of one arch, showing brickword of the Aqueduct of Emperor Valens (r.364-378). 26.5m high at highest point. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Aqueduct of Emperor Valens
General view from South of the Aqueduct of Emperor Valens (r.364-378). 26.5m high at highest point. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower
The water flow regulator consists of a stone with a hole in the center. It is part of the pressure tower.
Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower
Close detail of the surface of the brick is shown at a raking angle.
Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower
The tower constructed of stone is visible and bears the weight of the arched aqueduct structure.
Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower
The upper portion of the aqueduct and the abutting arches are visible.
Aspendos Aqueduct with Pressure Tower
The full height of the aqueduct is visible with its abutting arches.
Basilica
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Baths of Faustina
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Baths of Faustina
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Baths of Varius
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Baths of Vergilius Capito
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Baths of Vergilius Capito
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[Boats at Moda]
Photograph of boats at Moda beach in in Istanbul, Turkey. Boats on the beach and in the water line the foreground. The sea extends to the opposite shore visible in the background.
[Bosphorus]
Photograph of the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey. A handrail is visible in the bottom foreground. The water of the Bosphorus is visible beyond the pipe. The strait is lined with houses on the left side of the frame. A group of people is visible on the deck of one of the houses. Some people are visible in the water.
[Bosphorus]
Photograph of the Bosphorus in Istanbul, Turkey. A tarp roof is visible in the foreground above a dock. The strait is visible beyond the tarp. Two tall houses are visible on the opposite shore with trees in the background.
Caldarium of the Roman Baths
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Corinthian Column Capitals and Doric Column Drums
Architectural Elements: Corinthian Column Capitals and Doric Column Drums (Greek Classical?). From the Roman Imperial Period.
East Baths
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East Baths
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East Baths
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East Baths
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East Baths
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East Baths
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East Baths
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Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
A close detail shows the construction technique of muqarnas on the mosque inside the caravanserai.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The squinches and muqarnas are visible portions of a damaged dome.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The masjid (mosque) inside the caravanserai is on a raised arched base with a double staircase.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The courtyard is visible with three portals. In the distance along the back a modern Coca-Cola logo is visible on the side of a cooler in this thirteenth-century building.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
View of a portal into the courtyard with its arched decoration of geometric and rosette designs is shown.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
A high open arcade is shown. Shorter arched opening is visible behind a taller arched opening. Grass grows between the bricks in the floor of the courtyard.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
An interior view shows the horseshoe arches delineating spaces. There is no surface patterned decoration.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The interior of the mosque and the mihrab niche flanked by muqarna squinches is visible.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The muqarnas inside the vaulted portal are shown.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The surface of the portal decoration consists of geometric interlacing stars.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
One of the mihrab's, prayer niche, inside a recessed space is decorated with surface geometric patterns.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The north curtain wall with its projecting bay and muqarnas is shown at a raking angle.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The interior of a hall is shown with its arched room divisions. The interior is unadorned and bereft of surface decoration.
Fortified Caravanserai on the East / West Trade Route in Cappadocia, Turkey
The north and east elevations of the mosque are visible with some indication that the mosque is inside the caravanserai. Grass grows through the brick floor.
Frigidarium of the Roman Baths
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Frigidarium of the Roman Baths
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General view of the Roman Baths
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General view of the Roman Baths
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General view over the Tetrastoon (four stoas) toward the Theater Baths, the Theater and the Acropolis
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Gymnasium complex (?) near the Nympheum
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Hagia Sophia
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Hagia Sophia
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Hagia Sophia
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Hagia Sophia
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