Photo Index

1. The Island of Patmos. p. 44
2. Julius Claudius Caesar (AD 41–54). p. 47
3. Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome. p. 56
4. Emperor Marcus Aurelius (AD 161–180). p. 57
5. A round altar (Lat. ara) used in the imperial cult. p. 58
6. Portrait of a priest who served in the temple of the imperial cult.    p. 59
7. The Sebasteion or Augusteum, in Aphrodisias. p. 59
8. Bronze sestertius coin (AD 65) of Nero (AD 54–68).  p. 60
9. Papyrus certificate of sacrifice (libellus) from the Decian persecution (AD 250).   p. 61
10. Apotheosis of Antoninus Pius and Faustina.    p. 62
11. Marble Statue of Trajan (Imperator Marcus Ulpius Trajanus, AD 98–117) in armor.   p. 63
12. The Treaty of Kadesh (1274 BC), discovered at Boğazköy, Turkey.   p. 67
13. Stone carving of the winged angel Nike, the goddess of victory, Ephesus.    69
14. Fragment of a Hittite tablet.       p. 80
15. The Nash Papyrus.     p. 90
16. Replica of the Ark of the Covenant.       p. 93
17. Fresco of woman holding wax tablets.       p. 94
18. Urban plan of the city of Ephesus.    p.   101
19. Main road (Lat. Viae), leading from Ephesus to Magnesia.       p. 104
20. Market Square of the commercial agora, Ephesus.           p.        p. 105
21. Ephesian Boulētarion/Odeon (concert hall).    106
22. The theater in Ephesus.           p. 109
23. The library of Celsus and Gate of Macaeus and Mithridates in Ephesus.    p. 110
24. Recreation of the Artemision, Temple of Artemis, Miniatürk Park, Istanbul, Turkey.       p. 111
25. Remains of the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus.        p. 112
26. Artemis, the goddess of hunting.           p. 113
27. Ephesian Greek goddess Artemis from the Prytanaeum (city hall) of Ephesus.        p. 113
28. Ephesian Cistophoric Tetradrachm coin.      p. 114
29. Ephesian coin struck under Nero (AD 54–68; RPC 2626; Waddington 1620).           p. 114
30. Tetradrachm coin mined in Ephesus (ca. 25–20 BC).       p. 115
31. Bust of Roman emperor Domitian. Musée du Louvre (Ma 1264), Paris. PD      p. 116
32. Parts of the colossal statue of Emperor Titus.           p. 117
33. Temple of Hadrian on Curetes Street, Ephesus.          p. 118
34. Coin from Thyatira (third cent. AD)    p. 119
35. Marble statue of Dionysus, second cent. AD. Louvre MR 73.           p. 121
36. A sign etched in the marble pavement in Ephesus, pointing the way to the brothel.     p. 122
37. Menorah inscribed into a step of the second cent. Library of Celsus.    p. 123
38. Restored Library of Celsus, Ephesus.    p. 124
39. Silver denarius coin of Domitian with seven stars. (RIC 153; 213; RSC 11; BMC 63)  p. 127
40. Relief on the arch of Titus, Rome.      p. 136
41. Woman lighting an oil lamp on a lampstand.     p. 137
42. The Ephesian tetradrachm coin struck under Archidamos.     p. 145
43. Emperor Tiberius Caesar Augustus (42 BC–AD 37).   p.    153
44. Harbor of Izmir (Smyrna) from Mount Pagus. p. 159
84. Romand fresco from Fullonica with workers putting up clothes for drying. p. 293
85. Purple dye shellfish from the western Mediterranean. p. 293
100. Ruins of the Byzantine era shops at Sardis along the marble avenue. p. 334
101. The Bath-gymnasium complex at Sardis. p. 335
102. Floor plan of the Bath-Gymnasium Complex at Sardis. p. 336
139. The north state agora in Laodicea. p. 439
140. Water distribution tower (castellum aquae), terminal 1 at Laodicea.   p. 440
141. Map of the modern area around Laodicea.   p. 441
142. Closeup of the water distribution tower, terminal 1 at Laodicea.  p. 442
143. Ground level aqueduct at Laodicea.  p. 443
144. The nymphaeum (AD 130–150) of  Perga.  p. 445
145. The overgrown Ladoicean stadium.   p. 446
146. The restored Temple A dedicated to Apollo.  p. 447
147. West theater looking toward the Lycus Valley.  p. 449
148. The north theater in 1838.  p. 450
149. The south Bath-Gymnasium complex arches at Laodicea.  p. 451
150. The central bath complex at Laodicea.  p. 452
151. Coin from Laodikeia ad Lycum with the head of Augustus and Zeus.   p. 453
152. Reconstruction of a vertical loom with genuine loom weights and string heddles. p. 456
153. The tomb of Flavius Zeuxis at Hierapolis.  p. 460
154. Votive Stele of Zeus Ktesios Patrios from Laodicea holding a shepherd’s staff.     p. 461
155. The middle wreath on column A with the relief of Laodicea (Fortuna/Tyche).     p. 463
156. Coin from Laodikeia ad Lycum with bust of Demos with Zeus Laodiceus holding an eagle.     p. 463
157. Marble altar to Zeus Ktesios Patrios.     p. 464
158. Coin from Laodicea ad Lycum with bust of Domitian with Hera facing Zeus Laodiceus, and Athena.   p.  464
159. The third cent. AD votive stele of Zeus Laodikeus portrayed as a shepherd.     p. 465
160. Column B from Temple A. Displays relief of Apollo, two griffins, and Fortuna or Tyche.   p.  466
161. Neōkorōs coin of Laodicea ad Lycum with Ailios Pisoneinos, Asiarch. Tyche is facing an octostyle temple with a statue of Minerva.     p. 467
162. Coin from Laodicea ad Lycum with bust of Caracalla, with three tetrastyle temples, each containing one of the statues of Caracalla, Zeus and Asclepius.     p. 467
163. Neōkorōs coin of Laodicea ad Lycum with bust of Caracalla him in a chariot driving four of lions.     p. 468
164. Column from Laodicea with an inscribed menorah, lulav, shophar and a cross.     p. 470
165. Hieropolis’ (modern Pamukkale, Turkey) travertine terrace pools.     p. 480
166. A bronze cylindical device (authepsa) for heating water to mix with wine.     p. 481
167. Thermopolium in Herculaneum.     p. 482
168. Roman bronze wine-strainer.   p.  482
169. Oil painting of The Light of the World by William Holman Hunt (1851–1856).   p.  493
170. Reproduction of a triclinium (dining room, Lat. lectus triclinaris) with two couches.     p. 497
171. The marble Lansdowne throne of Apollo.     p. 499
172. Special armchair of honor (poedria) at ground level in the theater of Priene.     p. 500
173. Roman cameo of Gemma Augustea with Augustus and Dea Roma seated on a bisellium.     p. 501

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Figure 153

Photograph courtesy of © Ferrell Jenkins 153. The tomb of Flavius Zeuxis at Hierapolis.