Troad (144 Subjects)
Ruins, perhaps the Thermae of Herod Atticus in Alexandria Troas (today Eski Stambul).
View of the ruins of Alexandria Troas (today Eski Stambul). In the background Tenedos (Bozcaada) island.
View of the putative Tomb of Patroclus in Yenişehir, Asia Minor.
The putative Tomb of Aias in Intepe (anc. Rhoiteion), in Asia Minor.
Fig. 1. View of Tenedos (Bozcaada). Fig. 2. View of the Dardanelles.
Fig. 1. View of Mount Ida in the Troad. Fig. 2. View of the Dardanelles.
Map of Lesbos island.
The Troas from Rhoeteium and Alexandria to the summits of Mt. Ida.
View of Abydos and Kilitbahir castle on the European coast of the Hellespont.
Map of the Dardanelles and the Sea of Marmara: 1. Mount Uludag (Olympus of Mysia). 2. Marmara Sea or Propontis. 3. The islands of Marmara. 4. The position of Gallipoli. 5. Sultaniye castle on the Asian shore of the Dardanelles. 6. The Hellespont. 7,8. The New Fortresses of the Dardanelles. 9. The New Fortresses of the Dardanelles. 10. Ancient remains at the Troad. 11. Mount Ida at the Troad. 12. Simoes river. 13. Istanbul.
The plain of Troy in the late 19th century.
Diadem from the Treasure of Priam, discovered by Heinrich Schliemann on the site of Troy.
Jewellery discovered on the site of Troy.
Greek Easter festival in the Troad.
Easter ceremony of the Greek church in the Troad. Greek Orthodox believers attend the liturgy of the Resurrection.
Baking day in a Greek village on the plains of Troy.
Remains of Roman aqueduct, Alexandria Troas.
Remains at the Thermae of Herodes Atticus, Alexandria Troas.
View of the excavation site of Heinrich Schliemann at Troy, from the east.
View of the excavation site of Heinrich Schliemann at Troy, from the west.
View of the so-called mound of Achilles (today Besiktepe hill) in the Troad.
View of a village, possibly Bunarbaşı, erroneously identified with Troy in the 19th century.