Report 7: The Temple of Artemis at Sardis (2020), Fikret Yegül

Introduction to the Digital Edition

We are making Prof. Fikret Yegül’s Temple of Artemis at Sardis (2020), available in a number of formats.

The book will be available soon from Harvard University Press.

A pdf version is available now for download: Volume 1 (text); Volume 2 (plates).

It is available as an e-book for on-line reading, with color photographs rather than the black-and-white in the original publication.

The large-scale plates from Volume 2 are available for download; please note some are very large files. The images linked from the e-book are greatly reduced versions of these files.

  • Plate 1. State plan, Temple of Artemis, Sardis, drawn at 1:100.
  • Plate 2. Partially restored composite plan, Temple of Artemis, Sardis, Hellenistic and Roman phases, drawn at 1:100.
  • Plate 3. Elevation/section of east wall and peristyle (exterior, looking west), state with restorations, drawn at 1:100; Elevation/section of east wall and peristyle (interior, looking east), state with restorations, drawn at 1:100; Restored elevation of east facade, Roman phase (looking west), drawn at 1:100; Restored elevation of west facade, Roman phase (looking east), drawn at 1:100.
  • Plate 4. Partially restored elevation of north wall and peristyle (exterior, looking south), drawn at 1:100; Partially restored elevation of north wall and peristyle (interior, looking north), drawn at 1:100; Partially restored elevation of south wall and peristyle (exterior, looking north), drawn at 1:100; Partially restored elevation of south wall and peristyle (interior, looking south), drawn at 1:100.
  • Plate 5. Restored north–south section through cella without peristyle, Roman phase (looking east), drawn at 1:100; Restored north–south section through east cella, Roman phase (looking east), drawn at 1:100; Restored north–south section through east porch, Roman phase (looking west), drawn at 1:100.
  • Plate 6. Restored east–west section, Hellenistic phase (looking north), drawn at 1:100; Restored east–west section, Roman phase (west end partially restored, looking north), drawn at 1:100.
  • Plate 7. Restored perspective view (southeast), Roman phase with fully constructed peristyle; Restored cutaway perspective view (southeast), Roman phase with fully constructed peristyle.
  • Plate 8-13. State plan, drawn at 1:20 (originally published in 6 sheets).
  • Plate 14-19. Elevations of north wall and east peristyle (exterior, looking south), drawn at 1:20; Elevation of north wall and west end (interior, looking north), drawn at 1:20; Elevation of south wall and west end (exterior, looking north), drawn at 1:20; Elevation of south wall and east peristyle (interior, looking south), drawn at 1:20 (originally published in 6 sheets).
  • Plate 20. Elevation of east wall (exterior, looking west), drawn at 1:20; Elevation of east wall (interior, looking east), drawn at 1:20.
  • Plate 21. West elevation of east crosswall (looking east), drawn at 1:20; East elevation of east crosswall (looking west), drawn at 1:20; West elevation of middle crosswall (original west wall, looking east), drawn at 1:20.
  • Plate 22. West elevation of west crosswall (looking east), drawn at 1:20; Section through north and south pteromas (looking east), drawn at 1:20; East elevation of west crosswall (looking west), drawn at 1:20.
  • Plate 23. East elevation of column 18 and southeast anta (looking west), drawn at 1:20; East elevation of east peristyle colonnade, columns 6–8 (looking west) drawn at 1:20.
  • Plate 24. East elevation of east peristyle colonnade, columns 1–8 (looking west), drawn at 1:20.