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Temple of Castor and Pollux
General view from House of the Vestals of the Temple of Castor and Pollux. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Temple of Castor and Pollux
Overall view of three columns of the Temple of Castor and Pollux. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Bust of Augustus
Total from front right (left profile) of the Bust of Augustus (r. 27 BC-14 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Bust of Augustus
Total from front left of the Bust of Augustus (r. 27 BC-14 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Bust of Augustus
Head front center of the bust of Augustus (r. 27 BC-14 AD). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Peristyle Garden, House of the Vettii, Pompeii
Peristyle Garden, House of the Vettii, Pompeii. From the Roman Republican Period.
Standing Bodhisattva Maitraya, the Benevolent from the Shahbaz-Garhi Monastery, Mardān, Northwest Frontier, Pakistan
The bust of the sculpture shows a man with a mustache and an elaborate headdress. His chest is adorned with necklaces and he wears a draped robe.
Standing Bodhisattva Maitraya, the Benevolent from the Shahbaz-Garhi Monastery, Mardān, Northwest Frontier, Pakistan
The male standing figure is adorned with a draped robe, headdress, bracelets and one hand reaches outward. The statue is carved from stone and is highly detailed. He stands on a small pedestal adorned with figures. The sculpture is not polychromatic.
A Draped Young Woman with Lavish Curls
The marble sculpture depicts a woman in heavily draped clothing and with lavishly curled hairstyle. She has her right arm raised above her chest.
A Draped Young Woman with Lavish Curls
This close view of the marble sculpture shows the woman's head and torso.
The Colosseum
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The Colosseum
From the Roman Imperial Period. Wide-angle view of interior.
Roman Amphitheater
Exterior from SE of the Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
View of outer passageway and structural piers of Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Interior detail of Roman Amphitheater, from W. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Close detail of the Roman Amphitheater: arch order. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
General view, S side of the Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Raking view of arches of the Roman Amphitheater, from SE. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Two bays of arches of the Roman Amphitheater, from S. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Exterior view of the Roman Amphitheater from SSW. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
General view, E side of Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Interior, general view from W of the Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Detail of arches from SE of the Roman Amphitheater. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Amphitheater
Exterior view of the Roman Amphitheater from SW. Designed by T. Crispius Reburrus, and from the Roman Imperial Period.
Lady of the Flavian Court
Total from front center of sculpture of Lady of the Flavian Court (with curls). From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan
Detail view from the S with Cathedral seen through arch of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan
Raking view from the S of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan
Raking view of lower portion of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan; approaching the city from the E. Tallest arches are 29 meters high. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan
Raking view from the S of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan
General view from E of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan
Detail view from E of the Roman Aqueduct, Reign of Trajan. Tallest arches are 29 meters. From the Roman Imperial Period.
Arena of Nîmes
Exterior detail of the upper story is visible along with some view into the arcade.
Arena of Nîmes
An engaged column is visible in this detail view of the exterior of the amphitheater. Some deterioration is obvious.
Arena of Nîmes
The detail of the upper story of the arena is visible and shows the sockets which held posts for the awnings.
Arena of Nîmes
The arched tiers and deep entries are visible.
Arena of Nîmes
The upper portion of pilaster and base of an engaged Doric column is visible in this view of the amphitheater.
Arena of Nîmes
The upper portion of a pilaster and the base of an engaged column shows part of the exterior of the amphitheater.
Arena of Nîmes
The exterior of the arena consists of two arched tiers. The stone is a light color and the theater is open-air.
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.
Christ Blessing
It is a round disc with painting of christ. Upper half of the body is visible with one hand holding a book and the other hand in gestural position. There is a circular disc behing the figure with painted motifs in green, blue and white colors. There is visible clothing worn by christ and textures are visible on the dark blue cloth worn over inside layer of clothing. Book has geen, yellow, red and white color motifs. Other than this there are two small circular discs on the plate with written text in latin. They are blue, white and red in color. Other than that metal is visible with plain golden surface.
Dish with the bust of a man inside
This is a round silver metalwork dish. There is face of a man displayed in the center of the dish. Torso of the man is also visible. This sculpture like figure is surrounded by a ring that gives the bust of the man a confined vicinity. Other than the textures on the male figure the entire dish as been given a clean , smooth and glazed finish.
Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah
This group of petroglyphs includes snakes, hoof prints, sheep, deer, and possibly a rainbow.
Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah
This portion of the living rock contains anthropomorphic shapes and animals.
Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah
This living rock includes petroglyphs in the shapes of animals and people and a vandalized anthropomorphic shape with feathers.
Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah
This living rock contains a petroglyph of a snake.
Petroglyphs, Kane Creek Road, near Moab, Utah
Shallow incised petroglyphs are visible in this living rock. This view is referred to as the Birth Rock.