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Antioch Collection

Background imageAntioch Collection: Adana, Turkey - The Bridge

Adana, Turkey - The Bridge
Adana, capital of Adana Province in south east Turkey. The ancient Antioch on the Sarus. One of the largest cities in Turkey - the gateway to the Cilician Plain

Background imageAntioch Collection: Bohemond I / Antioch / Blond

Bohemond I / Antioch / Blond
BOHEMOND I Crusader and Prince of Antioch

Background imageAntioch Collection: Eleanor on Crusades

Eleanor on Crusades
Eleanor of Aquitaine (or of Guyenne) rides east with her husband, Louis VII; but her carryings-on with Raymond of Antioch will lead to divorce, and marriage to Henry II

Background imageAntioch Collection: St John Chrysostom / Butle

St John Chrysostom / Butle
SAINT JOHN CHRYSOSTOM Syrian prelate of Antioch archbishop of Constantinople, banished by royals but loved by populace. His name means golen-mouthed given him

Background imageAntioch Collection: St Luke / Arts Somptuaires

St Luke / Arts Somptuaires
SAINT LUKE Greek physician of Antioch, alleged author of the 3rd gospel and chronicler of the Apostles

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch (Antakya), Turkey

Antioch (Antakya), Turkey
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. Founded in the 4th century BC, eventually rivalling Alexandria as the greatest Near Eastern City

Background imageAntioch Collection: DASSY, Jean Joseph (1796-1865). Robert Curthouse

DASSY, Jean Joseph (1796-1865). Robert Curthouse fighting a Muslim warrior at the siege of Antioch. ca. 1838. First Crusade

Background imageAntioch Collection: Marguerite of Antioch

Marguerite of Antioch
MARGARET (or MARINA) of Antioch martyr : confronted by a dragon, her evil enemy, whom she made disappear by making the sign of the cross

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antakya (Antioch)

Antakya (Antioch)
Distant view of the city, formerly known as Antioch

Background imageAntioch Collection: Jesus Christ mosaic over door, San Babila Church, Milan

Jesus Christ mosaic over door, San Babila Church, Milan
Mosaic panel over the main entrance door to the San Babila Church in Milan - once considered the third most important in the city after the Duomo and the Basilica di Sant Ambrogio

Background imageAntioch Collection: St Margarets church

St Margarets church
The Church of St Margaret, in the grounds of Westminster Abbey on Parliament Square, London, England, was, until 1972, the Anglican parish church of the House of Commons

Background imageAntioch Collection: Silk Road. Caravan of camels resting. Engraving

Silk Road. Caravan of camels resting. Engraving
Silk Road. Caravan of camels resting. Antioch. Nineteenth-century colored engraving

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antakya, Turkey

Antakya, Turkey
General view on the Orontes River and Antakya, near the south border of Turkey (formerly Syria). Date: circa 1910

Background imageAntioch Collection: Orontes River in Antakya, Turkey

Orontes River in Antakya, Turkey
Bridge over Orontes River and school at the river bank in Antakya, Turkey (formerly Syria). Date: circa 1910

Background imageAntioch Collection: Christian neighbourhood in Antakya, Turkey

Christian neighbourhood in Antakya, Turkey
View on the Christian neighbourhood of Antakya, Turkey (formerly Syria), across the Orontes River, with a child and an adult fishing on the river bank. Date: circa 1910

Background imageAntioch Collection: Friedrich I (Barbarossa), Holy Roman Emperor

Friedrich I (Barbarossa), Holy Roman Emperor from 1155. He drowned in a river near Antioch while on a Crusade, but as depicted here there is a legend that he is sleeping with his knights in a cave

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch on the Orontes / Antakya, Turkey

Antioch on the Orontes / Antakya, Turkey
Antioch on the Orontes was an ancient Greek city on the eastern side of the Orontes River. Its ruins lie near the modern city of Antakya, Turkey early 19th century

Background imageAntioch Collection: Adana, Turkey - The Bazaar

Adana, Turkey - The Bazaar
Adana, capital of Adana Province in south east Turkey. The ancient Antioch on the Sarus. One of the largest cities in Turkey - the gateway to the Cilician Plain

Background imageAntioch Collection: Turkey / Antioch 1630

Turkey / Antioch 1630
former capital of Syria, on the Orontes River : this print shows its state in the 17th century, and it is today an unimportant Turkish town

Background imageAntioch Collection: Orontes River near Antakya, Turkey

Orontes River near Antakya, Turkey
Orontes River near Antakya, a city close to the southern border of Turkey (formerly Syria). Date: circa 1910

Background imageAntioch Collection: Arches of Binari in Antioch, Turkey

Arches of Binari in Antioch, Turkey
Arches of Binari in Antioch on the Orontes (Syrian Antioch), a ruined ancient Greco-Roman city on the eastern side of the river, near Antakya close to the southern border of Turkey (formerly Syria)

Background imageAntioch Collection: Road approaching Antioch, Turkey

Road approaching Antioch, Turkey
Road approaching Antakya, a city near to the southern border of Turkey (formerly Syria). Antakya is located close to Antioch on the Orontes (Syrian Antioch)

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antakya, Turkey - Orontes River

Antakya, Turkey - Orontes River
Large waterwheel (far left) on the Orontes River at Antioch (Antakya), Turkey. The waterwheels are used for irrigation. Date: 1920

Background imageAntioch Collection: Mosaic. 2nd century. Imperial Period. Woman with a flower s

Mosaic. 2nd century. Imperial Period. Woman with a flower s
Roman Art. Asia Minor. Mosaic. 2nd century. Imperial Period. It belongs to a house of Daphe, (Antioch, Turkey). In the middle is depicted a woman with a flowers crown in her head

Background imageAntioch Collection: Saint Babylas / Burgh Eng

Saint Babylas / Burgh Eng
SAINT BABYLAS Martyred bishop of Antioch Date: ? - 251

Background imageAntioch Collection: Theodoretus - Thevet 1584

Theodoretus - Thevet 1584
Theodoretus (386 - 457) Bishop of Cyrrhus, Greek theologian of the Antioch school Date: 1584

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch Palace / Sargent

Antioch Palace / Sargent
Remains of the palace of Antioch (in ancient Syria, modern-day Turkey)

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch Bridge

Antioch Bridge
An old bridge near Antioch (Antakya), Turkey, showing the decomposed stones of this remarkable structure. Date: 1930s photo

Background imageAntioch Collection: Arab Barbers

Arab Barbers
Arab barbers shaving their Turkish customers in the open air in a suburb of Antioch, Turkey. Date: 1930s

Background imageAntioch Collection: Theophilus of Antioch

Theophilus of Antioch
THEOPHILUS OF ANTIOCH Syrian prelate. Bishop of Antioch (by 170); one of the fathers of the church; first known writer to use the term " Trinity". Date: ? - 180

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch - Turkey - Hotel du Tourisme

Antioch - Turkey - Hotel du Tourisme
Hotel du Tourisme - Antioch, Turkey (modern Hatay). On the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. Founded in the 4th century BC

Background imageAntioch Collection: Grain Market - Antioch, Turkey

Grain Market - Antioch, Turkey
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. Founded in the 4th century BC, eventually rivalling Alexandria as the greatest Near Eastern City

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch - Turkey

Antioch - Turkey
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. Founded in the 4th century BC, eventually rivalling Alexandria as the greatest Near Eastern City

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch - Turkey - Large waterwheel

Antioch - Turkey - Large waterwheel
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. One of the large waterwheels for which Antioch is famed

Background imageAntioch Collection: Adana, Turkey - Caravan of Camels

Adana, Turkey - Caravan of Camels
Adana, capital of Adana Province in south east Turkey. The ancient Antioch on the Sarus. One of the largest cities in Turkey - the gateway to the Cilician Plane

Background imageAntioch Collection: Adana, Turkey - Armenian Quarter

Adana, Turkey - Armenian Quarter
Adana, capital of Adana Province in south east Turkey. The ancient Antioch on the Sarus. One of the largest cities in Turkey - the gateway to the Cilician Plain

Background imageAntioch Collection: Waterwheel at Antioch

Waterwheel at Antioch
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. One of the large waterwheels for which Antioch is famed

Background imageAntioch Collection: Large waterwheel at Antakya

Large waterwheel at Antakya
Antioch - Antakya (Turkish) - on the Orontes River in the far south of modern Turkey. One of the large waterwheels for which Antioch is famed

Background imageAntioch Collection: Daphne, Turkey

Daphne, Turkey
Described as a suburb of Antakya (Antioch), Daphne was formerly in Syria but is now in southeast Turkey

Background imageAntioch Collection: Watermill in Turkey

Watermill in Turkey
Huge water wheel near Antakya (Antioch)

Background imageAntioch Collection: ALEPPO / SYRIA / 1851

ALEPPO / SYRIA / 1851
The Euphrates Valley route to India. Seen from the Antioch entrance

Background imageAntioch Collection: St Paul at Antioch

St Paul at Antioch
St Paul preaching at Antioch (Acts XIII 14-41)

Background imageAntioch Collection: Ignatius of Antioch

Ignatius of Antioch
IGNATIUS THEOPHORUS known as IGNATIUS OF ANTIOCH Christian prelate and church father; martyred in Rome under the emperor Trajan

Background imageAntioch Collection: Turks Defeated, Antioch

Turks Defeated, Antioch
The Crusaders defeat the Turks before the city of Antioch Date: 1095

Background imageAntioch Collection: Holy Lance Discovered

Holy Lance Discovered
Crusaders on their way to the Holy Land, stopping off at Antioch (in todays Turkey) are thrilled to discover the lance that was used to pierce the side of crucified Jesus

Background imageAntioch Collection: Pelagia the Penitent

Pelagia the Penitent
PELAGIA THE PENITENT actress of Antioch who after hearing a Christian sermon repented of her wicked ways and became a hermit on the Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

Background imageAntioch Collection: Antioch from Suadeah

Antioch from Suadeah
Antioch on the approach from Suadeah

Background imageAntioch Collection: Turkey / Antioch from West

Turkey / Antioch from West
Antioch from the west



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