Religious life (850 Subjects)
Imam of imperial mosque.
Wandering dervishes of the Ottoman empire. Dervish costume.Prior of a dervish lodge.
Religious man of the Edhemi order. Holy man of the Ottoman Empire.
Plan of the Aedicule in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem. The first room of the Aedicule (chapel of the Angel's Stone), seen from the entrance to the Aedicule.
External view of the chapel of the Aedicule (Holy Sepulchre and chapel of the Angel's Stone). Section of the two champers of the Aedicule (Holy Sepulchre and chapel of the Angel's Stone).
Entrance to an Armenian church in Izmir.
View of Mount Athos.
The church of Saint Polycarpus at Izmir.
The Hippodrome of Istanbul with the mosque of Sultan Ahmed I. Hagia Sophia on the left.
Muslim Arab praying.
Muslim religious teacher (marabout) from Damietta, Egypt.
A young practitioner of iman (absolute faith in the metaphysical aspects of Islam) on his way to meet his spiritual teacters.
Muslim religious teacher from Northern Africa in contemplation.
Ottoman Muslim cemetery.
The Cathedral church of St. Stephen in Vienna.
The monastery of Panagia Olympiotissa at Elassona, Thessaly.
A cross with half moons set over the churches of Hungary who pay tribute to the Sultan, according to the author. The Ottoman symbols of the star and the half moon upon the steeple of S. Stephen's Church in Vienna.
Early Christian inscriptions from Syria.
Map of the Eastern Mediterrranean showing the places mentioned in the Old and New Testament.
Map of the places mentioned in Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History.
Rite of passage in the Ottoman Empire.
Muslim wedding in the Ottoman Empire: The giving away of the bride.
Plan of the Patriarchal Church of Saint George at Istanbul.
Vestments (liturgical garments) worn by metropolitan bishops, Patriarchs, priests and deacons.
The Patriarch of Istanbul and a deacon during the service of the Divine Liturgy.
Consecrated bread and eucharistic elements prepared for the Divine Liturgy.