Caria (115 Subjects)
Map of the Cyclades and the islands of southeastern Aegean.
Entrance to the Bay of Marmorice [Marmaris] bearing North, with the Coast of Caria, opposite Rhodes.
Ruins of the ancient temple in Halicarnassus (today Bodrum) thought to be a Temple to Ares.
View of Hierapolis (today Pamukkale).
The remains of Hierapolis (today Pamuk Kale) from the ancient theatre.
View of the castle of Saint Peter in Halicarnassus (today Bodrum), Asia Minor.
Map of Iassos.
The Temple of Augustus in Mylasa.
Column with votive inscription, encased in the walls of Mylasa.
Funerary monument in Mylasa.
View of Maeander valley.
Inscriptions from the area of Denizli.
Inscription from the area of Işıklı. .
Sanctuary in Knidos.
Walls of Aphrodisias in Caria.
Temple of Apollo in Aphrodisias.
Gümüşkesen, Roman mausoleum in Mylasa (Milas).
Marble sarcophagus in Aphrodisias, Caria.
Bodrum Castle, built by the Knights Hospitaller at the port of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus).
View of Tralles (Güzelhisar-Aydın).
View of Marmaris.
Map of Part of Asia Minor illustrating the Journal of Charles Fellows, 1838.
Ney flute and tambur.
Woman carrying a water jar upon her back, slung by cords.
Implements for spinning.
Chart of the promontories of Halicarnassus & Triopium, & of the island of Kos. Town and Fort of Kos. Enlarged Sketch of Cape Krio showing the Harbour of Cnidus.
Topographic plan of the port of Bodrum (anc. Halicarnassus).
Map showing the route of the author from Makri (today Fethiye) to Maeander river (today Büyükmenderes).