Reconstructions / anastyloses
Aphrodisias : "Tetrapylon" porte du sanctuaire d'Aphrodite
Colonne de Menippos
Colonne de Sextus Appuleius
Colonne de Polemaios (restaurée en 2017)
Ephesus (fontaine de Polio)
It was built in the 1st century (probably 97 AD) by a rich family of ancient Ephesus, that of Offilius Proculus, who wanted to pay honors to Sextillius. Erecting buildings devoted to the Romans was common for the Ephesians in order to be in good relations with the Roman Empire.
Missing parts have been replaced by concrete structures which are not intended to look similar to the original stones. Result of an uncompromising interpretation of the "Venice Chart"
Ephesus (Nymphée de Trajan)
The Fountain of Trajan was built to the north side of Curetes Street, in the 2nd century AD and it was dedicated to the emperor Trajan. The pool of the fountain had been adorned with statues of Aphrodite, Dionysus, Satyr and the family of the Emperor. There were also columns surrounding it.
A colossal statue of Trajan had been placed over the pool. The water was flowing from the pedestal of Trajan’s statue to the fountain. Nowadays, only the feet of that statue have survived as well as a part of its facade which had been adorned with Corinthian order columns.