Ottomans (521 Subjects)
View of the city of Mamre, or Terebinth, Palestine. According to one tradition, this is the site where David overcame Goliath. In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman merchants.
View of Aleppo, Syria. Ottoman caravan in the foreground.
Landscape at the Arabic peninsula, near the Red Sea. According to the Bible this is where the Springs of Marah were located.
Landscape at the Red Sea.
Ottoman (Muslim) funeral. Ottoman (Muslim) wedding. In the distance, the field of Büyükdere on the European shore of the Bosporus.
Interior of the Oracle of Trophonius in Livadeia.
Ancient funerary monuments at Thermopylae.
Landscape at Lake Volvi.
The author's travelling companions study a mummy at a pyramid of Memphis in Egypt.
Soldiers and guilds parade during the festivities which customarily took place when an Ottoman prince was born. The author had occasion to watch such a parade during his stay in Aleppo.
Plan of typical house of affluent Ottoman family: 1. Outer court 2. Entrance. 3. Middle court 4. Stairs and principal gallery, first floor 5. Chamber of reception. 6. Inner court. 7. Apartments of the harem. 8. Kitchen. 9. Halleries of the harem. 10. Streets.