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Ancient Roman Theatre, Palmyra, Syria Featured Homs Print

Ancient Roman Theatre, Palmyra, Syria

Looking at the scenae frons (stage backdrop) to the ancient Roman Theatre in Palmyra. The scenae frons (stage backdrop) is in excellent condition and is extremely elaborate and belongs to a style of Roman architecture called the eastern-baroque.In the background is the Tetrapylon and the Great Colonnade. In the foreground is the sweeping elegant curve of the theatre's semi circular stone seating. Although now there are only 13 rows of seats in the auditorium, originally there would have been around 30.Palmyra an oasis in the Syrian Desert, north-east of Damascus. Palmyra contains the monumental ruins of a great city that was one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world. From the 1st to the 2nd century, the art and architecture of Palmyra, standing at the crossroads of several civilisations, married Greco-Roman techniques with local traditions and Persian influences. The ruined city was discovered by European travellers in the 17th and 18th centuries, contributing greatly to the subsequent revival of classical architectural styles and urban design in the West

Castle & Ruins of Palmyra, Syria Featured Homs Print

Castle & Ruins of Palmyra, Syria

A dust filled sky as sand storms sweep across the ruins of Palmyra. The weathered monuments of the ancient city of Palmyra in the foreground. Behind these, perched on the highest hill overlooking Palmyra and the oasis, is the castle of Fakhr ud-Din ibn Ma'ani. Qalaat Ibn Maan. Palmyra is an oasis in the Syrian Desert, north-east of Damascus. Palmyra contains the monumental ruins of a great city that was one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world. From the 1st to the 2nd century, the art and architecture of Palmyra, standing at the crossroads of several civilisations, married Greco-Roman techniques with local traditions and Persian influences. The castle was probably built in the 13th century by the Mamelukes. Although by then the city of Palmyra had long since declined, this was a key strategic position on the trading routes and guarded a reliable water supply, making it well worth defending. The castle takes its name from a Druze emir who 'liberated' much of Lebanon and Syria from Ottoman rule in the first half of the 17th century. The ruined city of Palmyra was discovered by European travellers in the 17th and 18th centuries, contributing greatly to the subsequent revival of classical architectural styles and urban design in the West

Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841.Artist: Henry Adlard Featured Homs Print

Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841.Artist: Henry Adlard

Beit-El-Ma, the site of the ancient city of Riblah, Israel, 1841. Riblah was an ancient town on the northern frontier of Israel, 35 miles north-east of Baalbec, and 10 or 12 south of Lake Homs, on the eastern bank of the Orontes, in a wide and fertile plain. From Syria, the Holy land and Asia Minor, volume I, by John Carne, published by Fisher, Son & Co. (London, 1841)

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