Roger B. Ulrich, Dartmouth College
Through the sample links on this page I offer images of Roman artifacts and sites that I have photographed or drawn myself over the past 25 years. These may be used freely and without charge for educational or scholarly purposes (please acknowledge the source). High-resolution images are also available, either by download (if available) or by emailing me (email@example.com). Images used for educational publications (journals, monographs, university presses, etc.) should be credited as: "copyright R. B. Ulrich"; if I've posted the image from a open domain source then the original source should be cited. Images of artifacts taken in museums should be reproduced by permission of the museum, which generally holds the rights to images of its collection. Those who wish to use my images for commercial purposes should inquire about fees.
Roger Ulrich's Flickr Archive listed under "Ortygia:"
I have placed hundreds of downloadable and searchable photographs on Flickr for reference: Please use the link below to access my photo archive.
Many of my parallel stereographic images are also located on Flickr. Samples can be accessed here, with instruction on how to view them.
Some Sample Photos from sites in Rome (please refer to the Flickr link above for the full catalog of images)
Forum of Julius Caesar (Forum Iulium), Rome
Forum Romanum I: Basilicas (Roman Forum), Rome
Free-standing and Architectural Sculpture
Column Base of Antoninus Pius (Vatican Museums), Vatican City
Roman Woodworking: Tools and Techniques
Roman Woodworking Tools
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