Ottoman inscriptions (9 Subjects)
The fortifications of the city of Rhodes with the Muslim cemetery seen from the northwest. Turkish women pray and give offerings to a tomb.
The fortifications of the city of Rhodes and the Muslim cemetery seen from the west. The author being shown the location.
Relief of angel and coat of arms of Grand Master Émery d'Amboise, from D'Amboise Gate. Ottoman inscription from the same gate (“There is no god but God, Muhammad is the messenger of God."). Relief of Virgin with infant and coat of arms of Grand Master Pierre d'Aubusson, discovered in the Jewish quarter and kept at the Franciscan monastery in Rhodes. Coat of arms of the Knights Hospitaller from the medieval town. Latin inscription «In convertendo inimicum meum retrorsum infirmabuntur et peribunt a facie tua» (Psalms 9:3 “When mine enemies are turned back, they shall fall and perish at thy presence”), referring to the siege of Rhodes by the Ottomans.
The Fountain of Sultan Ahmed III at Hagia Sophia square.
The Mağlova aqueduct at the Belgrad Forest, on the European shores of Bosporus.
The Fountain of Sultan Ahmet III. On the left, the Topkapi Palace.
View of the New Mosque in Eminönü.
Caravanserai at Küçükçekmece, near Istanbul.
Frontispiece to the fifth volume of the edition. A scene in a public bath (hamam) of Istanbul.