Weapons (23 Subjects)
1. The mausoleum of Manuel I of Portugal at the Convent of the Order of Christ, Tomar, Portugal. 2. The sarcophagus of Manuel I of Portugal. 3. Water-douching tool used for the cleaning of cannons. 4. Banana tree.
View of the town of Corfu. On the left, part of the Old Fortress. On the background, on the right, the New Fortress.
House of an Ottoman Aga at Saranda, Albania.
Map of Koroni during the city's siege by the Venetians in the Sixth Ottoman-Venetian War.
The Ottoman fortress of Pylos during the city's siege by the Venetians in the Sixth Ottoman-Venetian War.
Mosque of Mahmud II, Tophane.
Commander of bashi-bazouks, irregular soldiers of the Ottoman army.
Silahdar Agashi, Ottoman official entrusted with keeping the Sultan's sword.
Silahdar Agashi, Ottoman official entrusted with keeping the Sultan's sword, in official dress.
The castle of Arta.
The bridge of Arta.
The Silahdar Agashi, Ottoman official entrusted with keeping the Sultan's sword.
Title page. British soldiers in the trenches.
Castle of Kalamata. On the right, scene from the siege of the city by the Venetians during the Sixth Ottoman-Venetian war.
Suppression of Mamluk revolt, Cairo.
Costumes of the Ottoman empire: Turkish (left) and Greek (right).
Arab costume and weapons.
Amazons, mythical women warriors, allegedly encountered by the author on the island of Socotra in the Arabian Sea.
Dog-headed people (cynocephali), allegedly seen by the author on an island in the Arabian sea.
Costumes and weapons of the Mamluks.
Modes of execution in Spain.
The author praying before Saint Michael at his arrival at Mont Saint-Michel, France.