Browse Items (54 total)
- Spatial Coverage is exactly "Bosra"
Round tower-tomb outside of West Gate, from southwest.
West Gate, west face (exterior) from west.
West Gate, east face (interior) from east.
Central Arch, north face from north.
Central Arch, south face from southeast.
Kalybe, column and anta, from southeast.
Nymphaeum, columns from southeast.
Castle (Theater), one of the redouts and part of the Theater wall.
Castle (Theater), walls from southeast.
Theater, interior, west side of stage building from southeast.
Theater, interior, east side of stage building with seats and colonnade.
Temple, Corinthian column amidst the ruins.
South Baths, interior of great hall (octagonal), from west.
Nabataean half column.
East Arch, from southwest.
Palace, east wall from northeast.
Palace, view from the roof of id-Dabbaghah at the southeast.
Doorway at end of a row of shop-fronts.
Columns of Colonnaded Street and ancient houses, from southwest.
Birket il-Hadjdj (Southeast Reservoir), from east.
Basilica, west wall from west.
Basilica, interior of east end from west.
Basilica, south wall from south.
Cathedral, exterior wall of apse and north side-chamber., from east.
Ecclesiastical Residences, west wall from southwest.
Ecclesiastical Residences, int. of Bishop's Palace with arches of triconchos, from W.
Ecclesiastical Residences, facade on street between the houses.
Ecclesiastical Residences, house facades and end of street between them.
id-Dabbaghah, from southeast.
View of houses, columns of street, and minaret of Djami il-Khidr, from southwest.
Djami il-Omari, west facade from west.
Djami il-Omari, interior from north.
Djami il-Omari, interior from northwest.
Djami il-Mebrak, interior of chamber B, taken from chamber A.
Djami il-Mebrak, view from south with Arab cemetery.
Modern wall built around standing Ionic column of street.
Temple, upper niche and wall.
Temple, detail of conch in niche and wall construction.
Doric capital near castle.
Palace, ornament on wall and pier capital.
Nabataean pier capital.
Doric frieze re-used as a door lintel.
Djami il-Omari, lintel in east wall.
Lintel near Nabataean arch.
Cathedral, detail of interlocking stone course.
General view of town.
Djami il-Mebrak, distant view.
West Gate, east face from northeast.
West Gate, niche and pediment on east face.
Temple, Nabateaen inscription on stone in modern wall.
Stele with Nabateaen inscr., found in the SW cemetery, makabarat ish-shuhada.
Stele with Nabateaen inscription, found west of the Mazar ish-Shekh Musa.