Asia Minor (1298 Subjects)
View of Izmir from the port.
View of Seydiköy.
Ruins near Seydiköy.
View of Maeander valley.
Fynerary stele from Ephesus.
The pool in which according to tradition Saint John Theologian baptized Christians.
The prison of Saint Paul in Ephesus, according to tradition.
View of Ephesus.
View of Ephesus with Ayasuluk castle (A) and the Basilica of Saint John (B).
Women from Izmir (Smyrna) with typical head wear. Fig. 17: Greek woman from the Aegean islands. Fig. 18: Affluent woman from Izmir Fig. 19: Jewish woman from Izmir. Fig. 20: Headscarf worn by all Izmir women independently of ethnic origin, according to Cornelis de Bruyn.
View of Manisa (Magnesia) in Asia Minor.
Interior of a church in Kadiköy.
Church in Kadiköy.
Social gathering of men (A) and women (B) in the Ottoman Empire.
Ancient ruins in the Troad.
Ancient remains in the Troad.
The encounter between Cornelis de Bruyn and local fishermen in Bababurnu opposite Lesbos. Lesbos with Molyvos castle in the background.
View of Foça (anc. Phocaea).
Chameleons and weasel from Izmir area.
View of Yeni Foça.
Aqueduct near Yeni Foça.
Panoramic view of Antalya.
View of mansion belonging to European merchants in the settlement of Hacılar near Izmir.
The Asian shore of the Bosphorus near Üsküdar.
Map of Asia Minor showing the route of the Seven Churches of the Apocalypse.
Roman inscription from the area of Seydiκöy in Asia Minor.
Inscriptions from the area of ancient Sagalassos (today Ağlasun).
Inscriptions from the area of Denizli.