Antioch of Pisidia: Measured Details of the City Gate, Temple of Augustus and Stoa, and the Propylaea (Arch of Tiberius)
F. J. Woodbridge was the architect for the UM expedition to Antioch of Pisidia in Turkey in 1924. The expedition, spearheaded by Professor Francis W. Kelsey, was the University of Michigan's first excavation of a city of the ancient Greek and Roman world. The Kelsey Museum published a book entitled "Building a New Rome: The Imperial Colony of Pisidian Antioch" (Elaine K. Gazda and Diana Y. Ng, Editors, 2011; ISBN 978-0974187341) which brings the publication of this excavation up to date. Two of the chapters highlight reconstructions of some of the main buildings, based on Woodbridge's drawings.
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