Turks (214 Subjects)
Entrance to the Tholos tomb of Mycenae (Treasury of Atreus).
View of Istanbul from Pera. Valens aqueduct in the background. To the left of the aqueduct, the mosques of Suleiman I and Ahmed I, and Hagia Sophia.
The Sultan's tent, in the course of a military campaign.
The village of Eski Istambul, near Kirklareli (in Greek Saranta Ekklisies).
Dance of Bulgarian peasants.
Snapshot at Olt river in Rumania. Possibly a scene from the author's journey to Bucharest.
Ancient ruins at Ephesus.
The ruins of the temple of Artemis at Ephesus.
A Roman building at Ephesus, probably a bathhouse.
Roman baths at Ephesus, probably the Roman baths of Varius in Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.
Roman aqueduct on Mount Kastron, Samos island. The aqueduct was connected to the Eupalinian aqueduct or Tunnel of Eupalinos, near the port of Pythagoreion.
A European ambassador has dinner with the Grand Vizier.
A European ambassador appears before the Sultan.
A Greek and a Turkish sailor.
A Turkish man wearing a fur coat. A Turkish man wearing a shawl.
Headwear of priest in the Ottoman empire.
A Turkish woman of Istanbul in promenade costume. A Turkish woman from the ottoman provinces in promenade costume.
1. Turkish woman from Istanbul in promenade costume. 2, 3. Greek women of Istanbul in promenade costume.
A Turkish man from Acre (today in Israel). A Muslic woman of the desert, of Arabic ethnicity.
Turkish women of Asia Minor making bread.
Turkish man from Tunis and Turkish man from Damascus.
Dairy merchant. Greengrocer.
Ottomans enjoying a meal.
View of the Parthenon from the Propylaea. Seated on the ground is Disdar Aga,the governor of the fortress of Acropolis. He has just been surprised by another member of the guard as he was sipping a glass of wine which he took from the travellers.
The west front of the Parthenon and the Erechtheion, from the Propylaea.
The Erechtheion from the southwest. In the distance, on the left, a group of Turkish musician who customarily performed on the Acropolis every day at three o'clock in the afternoon.
The bazaar of Athens. On the forefront, on the right, an emancipated African slave. On the doorway, the owner of the coffeehouse who is brigning a tray with coffee to the Ottoman governor Disdar Aga. Disdar Aga is sitting on the stairs, dressed in red, and next to him sits another Turkish aga. Standing at the entrance of the coffeehouse, the Greek voivode (governor) of Salamis island, who is conversing a Greek Baratario (protegé of a foreign power). At the centre of the picture, three Turkish women covered with long white veils. According to Edward Dodwell's description, the rest of the women depicted are Arvanite. Standing, on the right, a devout Muslim in green costume, an indication that he has made the pigrimage to Mecca.