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View of Durrës, Albania, besieged by the Venetian army during the Sixth Venetian-Ottoman war.
View of Pylos (Niokastro) during the Sixth Venetian-Ottoman War.
Map of Cythera with reference to the Sixth Venetian-Ottoman War.
Hungarian inhabitants of Transylvania surrender to the Ottomans after their failed revolt of 1661.
The Ottoman army camps outside Vienna, during the Second Siege of Vienna , 1683.
The battle of Leopoldstadt (today Leopoldov, Slovakia) during the Second Siege of Vienna, 1683. The Polish and Austrian regiments of the Holy League fend off the Ottoman army.
Battle of Vienna, 1683: Polish and Austrian regiments of the Holy League attack the Ottoman army.
Battle of Vienna, 1683: Polish and Austrian regiments of the Holy League under John III Sobieski drive the Ottoman army away from the city walls.
Leopold I, the Habsburg Emperor, escorted by Polish soldiers makes a triumphal entry into the tent of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha, prime mover of the Second Siege of Vienna.
Portrait of Leopold I, the Holy Roman Emperor, head of the Christian states of Central Europe in the Second Siege of Vienna.
Portrait of Sultan Mehmed IV.
Portrait of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha, prime mover of the Second Siege of Vienna.
Portrait of Charles II of Spain.
Portrait of Emmanuel Maximilian II, Elector of Bavaria.
Portrait of Charles V, Duke of Lorraine.
Portrait of Julius Francis, Duke of Saxe-Lauenburg.
Portrait of Frederick William III of Prussia.
Portrait of Emerich Tekkesi, head of the Protestants of the Austrian territories of Hungary.
View of Vienna and Leopoldstadt island (today part of the city of Vienna).
View of the city of Visegrád. On the hilltop, the city castle. Habsburg divisions sink Ottoman ships.
View of the castle of Buda. Battle between the Ottoman and Habsburg armies.
View of Ersekújvár castle, Slovakia. In the foreground, the Ottomans surrender the city to Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor.
View of the city and castle of Eger, Hungary. In the foreground, battle between the Ottoman and Habsburg armies.
Ottomans carry slaves (war prisoners) to Istanbul.
Portrait of Swedish military officer Jacob Johan Anckarström, executed for the murder of Gustav III of Sweden.
Ottoman document. On the bottom right, the seal of the Ottoman minister of the Exterior, and an interpretation of the seal's symbols by the author.
Ornament made of leather and silver, normally worn by Indian tribe chieves.
Chart of the Timurid dynasty (dynasty of Timur or Tamerlane). With the exception of Mirzah Mirah Schah, the rest of the persons on the chart rose to the throne albeit for a short time.
Weapon used by the Muslim fakirs of India.
Dutch ship in which the author sailed from India to China. On the right, the emblem of the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie).