Trojan Horse, Troy.
Troy - Outer wall and East Wall gate, entrance into ancient Troy.
Troy - View from Troy across the Plain of Ilium to the entrance of the Dardanelles to the southern end of the Gallipoli Peninsula (Cape Helles area). Visible on the peninsula are the Cape Helles Turkish and British memorials.
Troy - Remains (ceiling block) of the Graeco-Roman Temple of Athena which was on the top level of Troy.
Troy - The long row of houses of Troy I (the original level) in an archaeological trench. The view in the background is across the Plain of Ilium to the Aegean Sea.
Troy - Trenches indicating the scale and depth of the ancient cities of Troy. In the foreground is the great ramp which is believed to lead to Troy II. There are believed to be nine levels (or ancient cities) on the site of Troy.
Troy - The great stone ramp leading to the level of Troy II.
Troy - Odeon (Roman?), Troy IX.
Pergamum - Marble columns from theTemple of Trajan.
Pergamum - Remains of theTemple of Trajan.
Pergamum - View over the Roman theatre (3rd century BC) to the modern city of Bergama.
Pergamum - Remains of the Temple of Trajan.
Pergamum - Arches under the Temple of Trajan.
Aphrodisias - Collection of statues and carved stonework from the Roman city.
Aphrodisias - The Sebasteion, excavated in 1979-81, was a grandiose temple complex dedicated to Aphrodite and the Julio-Claudian emperors.
Aphrodisias - Carved stone reliefs.
Aphrodisias - Remains of marble columns.
Aphrodisias - Columns.
Aphrodisias - Marble corinthian column head.
Aphrodisias - The theatre, completed in 27BC.
Aphrodisias - Columns and walls.
Aphrodisias - Statue.
Aphrodisias - Columns of the Temple of Aphrodite.
Aphrodisias - Odeum, small theatre.