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The Imperial Palaces of Rome on Palatine Hill.
Roman nymphaeum in Esquilino area, often called Temple of Minerva Medica.
Woman embroidering, Kardiani, Tinos island.
Waterfront of Myconos island.
Peasant plowing at Askyfou plateau, Crete.
The Iliaki residence, Agioi Deka, Heraklion.
Pergola at Agioi Deka, Heraklion.
Medieval costume of noble Venetian lady and girl.
Costume of Venetian girl from an orphanage.
Ladies of Istanbul at a public bath (hamam).
Mourning at Greek cemetery.
Merchant woman of middle class from Silesia.
Gipsy woman of Anatolia.
A. Archer in the service of the Sultan (Solak). B. Devshirme child. C. Servant of the Sultan.
Guests to circumcision ceremony.
Celebrations for the Bayram.
The Acropolis, from the fountain of the Areopagus.
The mountains of Phocis, from the Temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth.
General view of Athens from Hadrian's Aqueduct (Dexameni) in Athens.
Street in Athens. In the background the Gate of Athena Archegetis (mod. Pazaroporta).
South view of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra) in Athens. The figures represent the Vaiwode, or Turkish Governor of Athens, with some of its attendants on a hunting party.
The Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds) in Athens, with the Acropolis in the background. Seikh Mustafa, chief of the order of Whirling Dervishes, who used the monument as their tekije (dervish lodge), is standing at the entrance of the monument, leaning on a staff, with his back turned. In the foreground, a woman from an affluent family is promenading with her daughters and maidservant.
The library of Hadrian seen from the house of Nikolaos Logothetis, consul of Britain in Athens. In the foreground, the soap mills. An Ottoman aga receiving a visitor; an Albanian groom.
Coins of Athens. The sarcophagus of Boutos, priest of Athena and Poseidon, discovered in Erechtheion. Altar of Demeter and Persephone dedicated by Phavios, torch-bearer at the Eleusinian mysteries.
Northeast view of the Erechtheion.
View of the Erechtheion. Workmen excavating to reveal the base of the prostasis underneath the Caryatids. Ottoman official Dizdar Aǧa is leaning on his son-in-law's shoulder while two other Ottomans are supervising the excavations in order to keep him informed and to ensure that the British are not carrying away the archaeological findings. On the foreground a man, probably James Stuart, drawing the monument.