The Tetrastoon at Theatre baths in Aphrodisias Royalty Free Stock Photo
Only from iStock

The Tetrastoon at Theatre baths in Aphrodisias - Stock Image

Stock Photo: 2473515
Small
908 x 529 px | 12.6 × 7.3" @ 72 dpi | 833.19 KB
$6.00 USD
2 credits
Medium
1815 x 1058 px | 6.0 × 3.5" @ 300 dpi | 2.81 MB
$14.00 USD
3 credits
Large
3661 x 2135 px | 12.2 × 7.1" @ 300 dpi | 9.50 MB
$19.00 USD
4 credits
Multi-Seat (unlimited)
$125.00 USD
75 credits
Unlimited Reproduction / Print Runs
$200.00 USD
125 credits
Items for Resale (limited run)
$200.00 USD
125 credits
Electronic Items for Resale (unlimited run)
$200.00 USD
125 credits
Extended Legal Guarantee covers up to $250,000
$175.00 USD
100 credits
Standard license only

Get this image with a subscription and save

Introducing image subscriptions - download with a subscription to save on this image and millions more like it.

View subscriptions

Download With Credits


You need iStock Credits to download this file You need 1 iStock Credit to download this file
iStock Credits are sold in a variety of convenient packs to fit projects big or small. The bigger credit pack you buy the more you save!
Buy Credits Buy a subscription now Already have credits? Sign In

You've got XX/XX downloads / remaining.

Having troubles with the download? Start downloading

You can return to re-download this image at any time before your subscription term ends.

You have 0 subscription downloads left

It looks like you're out of subscription downloads for the but you've still got XX iStock credits in your account.

You have 0 subscription downloads left

It looks like you're out of subscription downloads for the . You can still download this image with iStock credits.

Unable to download file

We're unable to process your download at this time. Please try again later. If the problem persists, contact us.

Description

The Tetrastoon at Theatre baths in Aphrodisias one of the finest and probably least visited sites in Turkey
First settlers arrived 8000 years ago lived throughout the Chalk-Bronze and Iron times. The theatre completed in 27Bc and has a spectacular 30,000 spectator ellipse shaped athletics stadium, and The Temple of Aphrodite, the Goddess of Love. There is an Odeon and a Bishops Palace built at late Roman times.

Not a member?Join
Cart (0)