Everyday objects / Domestic utensils and vessels (240 Subjects)
Street at Ermoupolis, Syros.
Interior of a house at Kardiani, Tinos.
Philemon and Baucis: The peasant couple in whose house Daniel Baud-Bovy and Frédéric Boissonas stayed while on Naxos.
The bedroom of Captain Mandakas, Lakkoi.
Rhytons (vessels) discovered at Agia Triada, Heraklion
Storage rooms at Knossos Palace, Crete.
Pithos (vessel), today at the Archeological Museum of Heraklion, Crete.
Female costume of Ischia island.
Costume of female servant from Gdańsk, Pomerania or Denmark.
The Sultan's supper.
Dinner at a Turkish residence.
The facade of the Temple of Augustus and Rome in Pula, Croatia. The building on the right is the city prison. On the stairway of the temple, inhabitants of Dignano d'Istria, today Vodnjan, Croatia. In the foreground, locals of Pula, including a fishmonger and his assistant.
View of the Street of the Knights in Rhodes.
The tomb of Grand Master Robert de Julliac in the Franciscan church which was converted into a mosque, adjacent to the public baths of Rhodes (Yeni Hamam). Muslim people preparing to pray at the mosque.
Helvacı, chief confectioner in the Sultan's palace.
Servant offering sweets to woman of the Harem.
Ottoman sitting at the table.
Albanian family traveling.
Sakka, itinerant water seller.
Everyday life objects from Egypt.
Egyptian clothing, footwear and jewelry. Vineyard. Seal with Egyptian inscription. Everyday life objects. Stretcher carried by camels. Echinus of the Red Sea.
Statue of Harpocrates (Hellenistic deity) that belonged to the collection of doctor Richard Mead. Hellenistic signets. Ancient Weaving weights (A, B, C).
View of the interior of the Imperial Harem at Topkapi Place in Istanbul.
View of the quarters of Hatice Sultan (sister of the Sultan Selim III) in the Imperial Harem at Topkapi Palace in Istanbul.
The interior of a café at Tophane square.
Fountain at Sarıyer, on the European shores of Bosporus.
Portrait of Haci Ahmet, guide of the author on his journey from Wallachia in Romania to Istanbul.
Foot of bronze statue from Myconos island, which John Montagu Sandwich brought to Great Britain. (Α). Foot of colossal marble statue discovered by R. Pococke in Asia Minor (Β). Bronze statue bought by R. Pococke at the bazaar of Aleppo in Syria (C). Lamp from Qift (anc. Coptus) in Egypt (D).
Bronze lamp from Thessaloniki (Α). Bronze lamp from Aleppo (Β). Mirror's frame (C). Decorative mask from Aleppo (D). Ring from Aleppo (Ε). Statue from Aleppo (F). Signet from Beirut (G). Clay head of the Hellenistic deity Harpocrates from Egypt (Η). Charm from Egypt (Ι). Several charms from Egypt.