|Engraving of Tyre looking seawards published in 1889||Imaginative reconstruction of the Temple of Ammon at Siwa by Johannes van den Avele, 1685||The order of march of the Persian army as described by Curtius by Johannes van den Avele, 1685||View of Persepolis in the 17th century, evidently based on contemporaneous descriptions or sketches from eyewitnesses and engraved by Johannes van den Avele, 1685||Imaginative interpretation of an Indian war elephant in action against Alexander�s troops by Johannes van den Avele, 1685||A scythed chariot drawn by four horses and a rack engraved by Johannes van den Avele to illustrate Curtius, 1685|
|Engraving of an ancient bust of Aristotle published in 1889||Engraving of an ancient Greek stele (the Chigi Relief) found in Italy and commemorating Alexander�s victory at Arbela (Gaugamela) published in 1889||Engraving of an ancient statue of Demosthenes published in 1889||Plan of Halicarnassus drawn by J D Barbi� du Bocage in 1802||Plan of Thebes drawn by J D Barbi� du Bocage in 1802||Plan of Tyre drawn by J D Barbi� du Bocage in 1802|
|Reconstruction of the seven bands of decoration on Hephaistion�s pyre (published in 1810)||Reconstruction of the catafalque of Alexander the Great based on the description in Diodorus and published in 1838||Late 19th century albumen photo of the interior of the Basilica di San Marco in Venice looking towards the altar where the putative corpse of St Mark lies entombed||Engraving of the interior of the Basilica di San Marco in Venice looking towards the altar before the putative corpse of St Mark had been moved up from the crypt (1811) � published in about 1850, but evidently showing the interior at a much earlier date||Engraved view of the ruins of the palace at Persepolis published in a History of Alexander in 1763||Map of Alexander�s empire published in Digby�s English translation of Curtius (1747)|
|Profile of Olympias, Alexander�s mother, published in Digby�s English translation of Curtius (1747)||
Excerpts from the 9th century AD Ambrosianus manuscript of the Latin Alexander Romance and the Itinerarium Alexandri � the frontispiece of the first print edition of the Itinerarium Alexandri by Angelo Maio (1817)
A royal Macedonian mounted boar hunt from a sarcophagus found in the late 4th century BC royal cemetery at Sidon – the king hunted on horseback to minimise the risk to his person.
Mourning Macedonian women and a funerary chariot procession above from a sarcophagus found in the late 4th century BC royal cemetery at Sidon.
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