@Dumbarton Oaks

Browse Subjects Altars (religious fixtures)

Pagan altar

  • PH.BZ.010-044-006
  • Image
  • 1944

Pagan altar reused for an unknown function after the addition of a cross relief - it was later transformed probably into a fountain spout

Artamonoff, N. V. (Nicholas Victor)

Altar and capital

  • PH.BZ.010-044-008
  • Image
  • 1944

Column capital and pagan altar - the altar was reused for an unknown function after the addition of a cross relief. It was later transformed probably into a fountain spout

Artamonoff, N. V. (Nicholas Victor)

Pagan altar

  • PH.BZ.010-044-009
  • Image
  • 1944

Pagan altar reused for an unknown function after the addition of a cross relief - it was later transformed probably into a fountain spout

Artamonoff, N. V. (Nicholas Victor)

Apse, interior space, painted altar

  • MS.BZ.004-03-01-16-006-012
  • Image
  • 1968

It is possible that the altar belongs to the original church, for its base extends below the present flooring.

Pagan altar

  • PH.BZ.010-044-007
  • Image
  • 1944

Pagan altar was reused for an unknown function after the addition of a cross relief - it was later transformed probably into a fountain spout

Artamonoff, N. V. (Nicholas Victor)

St. John, plinth

  • PH.BZ.010-005-045
  • Image
  • 1940

Plinth of a column reused as a base in the altar of St. John Basilica

Artamonoff, N. V. (Nicholas Victor)