Professions (522 Subjects)
Mount Cyllene and lake Stymphalia.
Plains of Chaeronea, from the walls of Panopeus.
South view of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra) in Athens. The figures represent the Vaiwode, or Turkish Governor of Athens, with some of its attendants on a hunting party.
The library of Hadrian seen from the house of Nikolaos Logothetis, consul of Britain in Athens. In the foreground, the soap mills. An Ottoman aga receiving a visitor; an Albanian groom.
Northeast view of the Erechtheion.
View of the Odeon of Herodes Atticus, Athens. The horses of the military commander of Athens grazing at the site of the scene.
Interior view of the Roman amphitheatre of Pula. Due to an epidemics among the livestock of the region, the consumption of lamb and mutton has been forbidden. Shepherds of Slavic ethnicity have sought refuge within the amphitheatre, with their herds. A monk of the order of Saint Anthony, patron of animals according to several traditions, is giving his blessing and sprinkling the sheep with holy water; this terrifies the flock and causes the dogs to bark at the monk. On the right, some weapons, which Slav inhabitants of the area always carry with them, according to the author.
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 temple of Rome and Augustus and the adjacent temple of Diana in Pula, Croatia. Between the two temples is situated the Communal Palace of Pula and the city prison. Next to the building, a guard and locals who are playing a game of marbles. In the middle ground, a soldier of Slavic ethnicity conversing with a young woman. On the left, a Polish woman with her donkey and small dog.
The arch of the Sergii at Pula, Croatia. Peasants of Slavic ethnicity are walking by with their ox cart. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett and their assistant are on top of the arch, making drawings. On the left a man informs the women gathered that the travellers are searching the Arch of the Sergii for treasures.
The Fountain of Sultan Ahmed III at the Hagia Sophia square, Istanbul.
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.
View of the sculptures of the now lost Incantadas monument at the southern entrance of the Roman Agora of Thessaloniki. The sculptures were incorporated in the house of a family of Sephardi Jewish merchants. British consul Paradise, who has come to show John Stuart and Nicholas Revett the monument, meets the owner of the house. A young servant offers the consul a cup of coffee while from above the owner's wife reprimands her husband for not having invited the consul to sit before offering him coffee. On the left, a woman who is spinning approaches the travellers. On the right, Stuart and Revett with the young son of the British consul, who is escorted by the consul's dragoman (interpreter).
Imaginary representation of Faliro.
Ottoman butcher feeds street cats.
A ciğerci, Ottoman liver seller, feeds street cats.
View of the grand mosque and the bazaar of Gelibolu.
View of an ancient monument, possibly of Roman or Byzantine aqueduct, at Gelibolu.
View of the entrance to a certain cave on Cythera, probably the Cave of Houstis, near Diakofti.
Ruins of polygonal wall in Epidavros Limira, ancient city in Laconia, north of Monemvasia.
Sakka, itinerant water seller.
The Sultan's boat entering the Golden Horn.
View of the Princes' islands from Kartal, in the Asian part of Istanbul and next to Kadıköy. In the foreground Ottoman men enjoying their supper.
View of Istanbul from Bulgurlu hill at Üsküdar. In the foreground two west European men, one of whom is most probably the author himself, are chatting with Ottoman men.
View of Istanbul from Maiden's Tower. In the foreground imperial boats are departing from Topkapi Palace. In the first view, the Ottoman Sultan; in the second, some Ottoman princes.
View of the first Courtyard, known also as Court of the Janissaries or Parade Court. On the right Hagia Irene and the Imperial Mint. In the background the Gate of Salutation, leading to the Second Courtyard of the palace.
The Hippodrome of Constantinople. In the background the Obelisks of the Byzantine Emperors Theodosius II and Constantine VII. On the left the Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I.
View of the Ottoman shipyards of Kasımpaşa on the Golden Horn.