Bovids (70 Subjects)
Noria well in Chios.
Piraeus around 1860.
View of Uzunköprü bridge over Ergines river, by Louis Mayer.
Bovid, possibly of the species Bos indicus or Zebu.
Scene near Kifisia, from a sketch by Herve.
Mounts Olympus and Ossa, from the plains of Thessaly.
Mounts of Naupactia.
Town of Zakynthus.
Valley of the Alpheus, from Erymanthus.
The Roman Amphitheatre of Pula from the west. Slovenian women are laundering their clothes in the sea. Inhabitants of the city come to take water or to water their animals at a gountain close to the amphitheatre.
View of Ilissus river and the partialy destroyed bridge which led to the Panathenaic Stadium. A group of shepherds with their flock prepare to spend the night at the site.
Bovid from Egypt, most probably of the genus Bos indicus or Zebu.
Bovid of the Gazelle or Oryx genus, that Jacob Breuning saw at the castle of Cairo.
Interior of a peasants' dwelling.
View of the plain of Eurotas. View of Mystras.
Town and harbour of Corfu. From the island of Vido.
Temple E, dedicated to Hera, in Selinunte, Sicily.
Temple G, dedicated to Zeus, in Selinunte, Sicily.
View and plan of the quarries of Selinunte, Sicily.
Carriage used for the harvesting of crops, Sicily.
View of the plain of Larissa from settlement close to the city. Snapshot of everyday life at the village.
Reaping tools. Plowing with device drawn by oxen, Eastern Thrace, possibly Lüleburgaz area.
View of the area Pinarbasi, near the sources of Scamander river. In the 19th century Pinarbasi was thought to be the site of ancient Troy.
Landscape at lake Sapanca (gr. Boane), on the outskirts of Izmit. In the background, on the left, an oxcart carrying wood to Istanbul, to repair damages caused by the fires.
View of the Sanctuary of Zeus in ancient Aizanoi near Çavdarhisar, Asia Minor, from the west.
View of Doganli valley (today Yazılıkaya) near Eski Sehir. This ancient site is also called Midas City due to its plethora of Phrygian monuments, and forms part of the Phrygian valley.
View of Larissa.