National Geographic : 1915 May
THE RUINS OF TROY Some of the old Trojan towers are intensely interesting. The one situated at the north eastern corner of the outer Mycenic wall is a gigantic pile having a thickness of no less than 60 feet. Even some of the prehistoric walls are from 30 to 40 feet in height at certain places, with a width of 12 feet. Photos by Ernest L. Harris THE RUINS OF THE ROMAN THEATER AT TROY One of the Roman theaters is sufficiently preserved to give some idea of the use it was formerly put to. It was apparently similar in construction to like theaters, on a smaller scale, found at Priene and Miletus, and were perhaps used more as counsel chambers than as actual theaters. To the left is standing a Greek shepherd in his capote.