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Tetrapylon by konde on Flickr.Tramite Flickr:
The monumental gate (Tetrapylon)
Tetrapylon, meaning “four gates” as it is made up of four groups of four columns each, it served as a ceremonial gateway. It leads from the main north-south street of the town into a large forecourt in front of the Temple or Sanctuary of Aphrodite. The gateway was built ca. 200 AD.
Aphrodisias, Turkey

Tetrapylon by konde on Flickr.

Tramite Flickr:
The monumental gate (Tetrapylon)
Tetrapylon, meaning “four gates” as it is made up of four groups of four columns each, it served as a ceremonial gateway. It leads from the main north-south street of the town into a large forecourt in front of the Temple or Sanctuary of Aphrodite. The gateway was built ca. 200 AD.

Aphrodisias, Turkey

The small Theatre of Epidaurus, dated to 4th century BC, Ancient Epidaurus Village by Following Hadrian on Flickr.
Tintern Abbey by Mal.Durbin Photography on Flickr.
Temple of Seti I Abydos by kairoinfo4u on Flickr.Tramite Flickr:
The quality of the reliefs throughout the parts of the building probably surpasses anything found at any other New Kingdom site.

Temple of Seti I Abydos by kairoinfo4u on Flickr.

Tramite Flickr:
The quality of the reliefs throughout the parts of the building probably surpasses anything found at any other New Kingdom site.

The Acropolis of Athens viewed from Hill of the Muses by Following Hadrian on Flickr.
Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens by Following Hadrian on Flickr.
The temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion (built circa 440 BC) by Following Hadrian on Flickr.
The Capitoline Wolf, Musei Capitolini, Rome by Following Hadrian on Flickr.
Herculaneum Gate (1st century BC) and boundary walls (4th-3rd century BC) at Pompeii, with traces of catapult projectiles of siege by Lucius Sulla, year 89 BC by * Karl * on Flickr.
Bronze Boxer detail by !STORAX on Flickr.