Ralph Haeussler

Ralph Haeussler

I am archaeologist and historian specializing in the Roman and 'Celtic' worlds, the Middle Ages as well as urban photos, transport, and animals.
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The so-called Pont-du-Gard, a Roman aqueduct of the first century CE in modern-day southern France, viewed from the north. April 2019
Roman aqueduct, castellum divisorum - aquarum, Nîmes, France - the end of the aqueduct from where the water is distributed across the Roman city
Bronze statue of Roman emperor standing in front of the reconstructed south gate of the Roman fortress called Saalburg, north of Frankfurt, Germany.
Gargoyles at the Gothic cathedral of Metz (France)
Gargoyles at the Gothic cathedral of Metz (France)
Close up of the reliefs on Trajan's Column (2nd century CE) , depicting his battles in Dacia. The column stands publicly visible near the "Piazza di Venezia" in Rome, Italy
Exterior view of St Pancras Railway Station in London (UK): Neo-Gothic architecture, 19th century, originally built by the Midland Railway. Today also Eurostar terminal from London to Paris.
The famous Roman 4th-century CE statue (made of porphyry) said to depict the "tetrarchy", four emperors ruling the Roman empire jointly. Placed on the exterior wall of St Mark's Basilica, Venice
Art Nouveau Building in sandstone, constructed around 1900 as savings bank, today council offices of the City of Worms (Germany).
View of the Roman city walls, standing up to 5 meters high, at the Roman city Isca (today Caerwent, Wales, U.K.) -  1st century CE.
View of the Roman city walls, standing up to 5 meters high, at the Roman city Isca (today Caerwent, Wales, U.K.) -  1st century CE.
View of the Castle of Herrnsheim (in Worms, Germany): an old medieval castle, re-built in Baroque style and then again in French Empire style in the early 1800s.
The Tower of Babel: a detail from Nîmes's Romanesque cathedral (cathédrale Notre-Dame-et-Saint-Castor ), 11th-12th century CE.
Nîmes, a 19th-century gate depicting the city's symbol: the chained crocodile and palm tree, based on a Roman coin minted in Nîmes 2,000 years ago to celebrate Augustus' conquest of Egypt.
Monument of the Germanic chieftain Arminius (Germanized as Hermann), built between 1838 and 1875 to celebrate the victory over the Roman legions in the Teutoburg Forest in the year 9 CE.
The west entrance of the Romanesque church of St Paul with unusual medieval towers. It was first constructed in the early 11th century CE to replace a castle on the same site. City of Worms, Germany.
The west entrance of the Romanesque church of St Paul with unusual medieval towers. It was first constructed in the early 11th century CE to replace a castle on the same site. City of Worms, Germany.
Exterior view (close up) of St Paul's Church, a Romanesque church of the early 11th century CE on the site of an earlier medieval castle in the city of Worms, Germany. Today part of a monastery.
Exterior view of the main semi-circular section of Trajan;s Markets, built in the early 2nd century CE in Rome, Italy as a kind of "shopping mall".
Exterior view of the main semi-circular section of Trajan;s Markets, built in the early 2nd century CE in Rome, Italy as a kind of "shopping mall".
View of the traffic on the  Grand Canal in Venice (Italy) with a variety of boats of different functions. Also view of the architecture along the Grand Canal
View of the river Thames and the Tower Bridge - London, England, UK.
Detail of the artwork on the famous "Arch of Constantine" in Rome. A 4th century triumphal arch nest to the Colosseum in Rome.
Detail of the St Mark's Clock Tower in Venice, an early Renaissance building on St Mark's Square in Venice, Italy. Around 1490-1500 CE
The famous Roman 4th-century CE statue (made of porphyry) said to depict the "tetrarchy", four emperors ruling the Roman empire jointly. Placed on the exterior wall of St Mark's Basilica, Venice
The famous Roman 4th-century CE statue (made of porphyry) said to depict the "tetrarchy", four emperors ruling the Roman empire jointly. Placed on the exterior wall of St Mark's Basilica, Venice
Remains of a medieval building in Romanesque style (c.12th century CE) in Canterbury, Kent
Close up of arches showing Romanesque artwork: view of the exterior of Canterbury cathedral, Kent, U.K.
Gilded equestrian statue entitled Jeanne d'Arc (Joan of Arc), 4 meters high, standing in the Rue de Rivoli in Paris, France. Inaugurated in 1874.
View of the Castle of Herrnsheim (in Worms, Germany): an old medieval castle, re-built in Baroque style and then again in French Empire style in the early 1800s.
View of the Castle of Herrnsheim (in Worms, Germany): an old medieval castle, re-built in Baroque style and then again in French Empire style in the early 1800s.
Gargoyle from the 11th-century CE cathedral of Worms (Germany), at the north-eastern tower.
Gargoyle from the north-eastern tower of the 11th-century Romanesque cathedral of Worms (Germany).
Medieval sculptures (two gargoyles and a column in form of a monkey and human) from the east facade of the 11th-century CE cathedral of Worms (Germany).
Medieval religious art - lamb and predators (lions) - from the east facade of the 11th-century CE cathedral of Worms (Germany).
Medieval gargoyle in form of a unicorn, at the cathedral of Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain.
Ancient tower, so-called Tour Magne, of the Roman fortification of the city of Nimes, based on a late Iron Age tower. Height 36 meters, constructed 1st century BCE.
Close up of the Roman amphitheater of the 1st century CE in the city of Nimes, southern France. Photo taken April 2019.
Roman temple of the late 1st century BCE in Nimes (France). Close up of the Corinthian capitals on the west side of the temple. April 2019.
View of the Roman aqueduct near Remoulins and Nimes in France: the so-called Pont-du-Gard of the 1st century AD viewed from the north.
Close up of the Roman aqueduct, the so-called Pont-du-Gard, crossing the river Gardon on its way to Nimes (France). Constructed in the 1st century AD.
Close up of the monumental Roman aqueduct, the so-called Pont du Gard of the first century CE in southern France, that brought water to the Roman city of Nimes.
Close-up of the so-called Pont du Gard, the first-century CE aqueduct north-east of Nimes in southern France.
Roman aqueduct of the first century CE in modern-day southern France that brought water to the Roman city of Nimes. The photo shows the so-called Pont-du-Gard crossing the river Gardon.
Noah's ark - detail of the medieval frieze of Nîmes's Romanesque cathedral.
Roman aqueduct, castellum divisorum - aquarum, Nîmes, France - the end of the aqueduct from where the water is distributed across the Roman city
Tour Magne, Nîmes, Romano-Celtic Tower
Roman temple, Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France
Roman temple, Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France
Roman temple, Maison Carrée, Nîmes, France
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