State and military institutions – Diplomatic relations (763 Subjects)
46. Ottoman aqueduct in Belgrade forest, Istanbul. 50, 51 and 52. Architectural features of the aqueduct. 48. Monastery on Chios island. 54. The Sultan.
24. Buildings at Bruges, Belgium. 25. Plan of Bruges Town Hall. 26. View of the port of Bruges. 27. The building in which Charles V was born in Ghent, Belgium.
Map of Malta with reference to the island's siege by the Ottomans in 1565.
Greek members of the military.
Outline of the wall erected by Lacedaemonians and Boeotians around Plataeae during the siege of the city in the Peloponnesian war. The drawing shows how hte construction of the wall permitted the allies to fight both the Athenians and the Plataeans.
Relief and inscription on a building of the Venetian era at the town of Chania. At the time of the author's visit, it had been converted into a milirary hospital by Ottoman commander Mehmet Ali.
Athenian ships sail out to Salamis (imaginary representation).
Pericles surrounded by Athenian women lamenting the death of Themistocles (imaginary representation).
Busts of Miltiades and Themistocles.
Drawing of Roman copy of Kresilas's bust of Pericles, Vatican Museum.
Bust of Alcibiades, Vatican Museums.
Statue of Demosthenes, Vatican Museums.
Statue of Aeschines, Museo Nazionale, Naples.
Drawing of relief showing the triumphal entry of Alexander the Great into Babylon, by Bertel Thorvaldsen.
Portrait of Alexander the Great drawn according to the bust discovered on Delos island and kept at Louvre Museum.
The Alexander Mosaic, showing a battle between the armies of Alexander the Great and Darius II, from the House of the Faun in Pompey (today kept at Naples Aschaeological Museum).
Portrait of Otto of Greece.
Portrait of Amalia, Queen of Greece.
Page of King Otto.
Theodoros Kolokotronis lying in stay at Athens, 17th February 1843.
The uprising of 3rd September 1843. A multitude of insurgent Greeks gather before the Royal Palace (today Greek Parliament), to demand a Constitution.
Potrait of Dimitrios Kallergis.
Celebration in the honour of Dimitrios Kallergis at a tavern in London.
State sword presented to Dimitrios Kallergis, prime mover of the revolution of 3rd September 1843.
The house of Don Pacifico, Portuguese consul in Athens, which was sacked by antisemitic groups in 1847. The Greek government's refusal to compensate Don Pacifico eventually led to a British intervention (as Don Pacifico was a British national) and the temporary blockade of the port of Piraeus.
William Parler, Admiral of the British Navy, and head of the Piraeus blockade operation following the Don Pacifico affair, leaves Corfu for Cephalonia.
Otto and Amalia of Greece exiting the Royal Palace.
The English and French camps in the Piraeus, during the British-French occupation of Athens and Piraeus in 1854-57.