Baskets (154 Subjects)
Itinerant seller of essential oils, Istanbul.
Itinerant fishmonger, Istanbul.
Muslim cemetery at Eyüp, Istanbul.
The quarter of Büyükdere on the northwestern coast of the Bosporus.
No. 1. Turkish landowner. 2. Body guard of Ottoman official. 3. & 4. Greek Bishops in full costume. 5. 6. 7. Cretan peasants. Map of ancient Crete showing the ancient settlements.
View of Manisa (ancient Magnesia ad Sipylum), Asia Minor.
View of city in ancient Mesopotamia, possibly at Sahrizor plain.
View of the city and castle of Derbent, also known as Caspian Gates, Russia.
View of Breznica, Slovenia. View of Levice, Slovakia.
View of the castles of Szikszó and Nagykálló, Hungary.
View of Szolnok, Hungary. In the foreground local inhabitants prepare for to fight against the Ottomans (Second Siege of Vienna).
View of the city and castle of Mukacheve in Ukraine, under Habsburg siege during the wars of expansion of the Holy Roman Empire in the 17th century.
The temple of Hephaestus, Athens.
Frontispiece with themes related to the author's journey.
Pearl fishing outside Bahrein at the Persian gulf.
The mausoleum of Muslim saint Shah Alam in Ahmedabad, India.
Death of an Indian fakir on the shores of Ganges river.
Albanian man and wife.
Woman from Santorini. Woman from Cythera.
Greek peasants returning home.
Female everyday costumes of ancient Greece.
1. View of the port of Syracuse from the sea, with Mount Aetna in the background. 2. View of the port of Syracuse from the city.
1. View of the outer peristyle of the temple of Athena, today part of the cathedral church of Syracuse. 2. Fountain of Arethousa, Syracuse.
View of quarry in Syracuse. At the time of the author's visit, the quarry was within the garden of the Capuchin monastery.
1. Landscape near Piazza Armerina, Sicily. 2. Landscape near Pietrapercia, Sicily.
Athens seen from the ancient Sacred Way. In the middleground, the Acropolis. In the background, Mount Hymettus.
Imaginary reconstruction of ancient Sparta.
Greek women doing household tasks.
Church at Oropos where, according to popular legend, the brigand brothers Arvanitakis attended mass together with the British travellers they had taken captive (Dilesi murders, 1870).
Streetlet at Plaka, Athens.