Syria (166 Subjects)
Physiognomic types of the East.
Map showing the operations of the Egyptian army in Syria and Asia Minor in 1831.
Frontispiece of the first volume. Pilgrims to Mecca camping near Antioch (Antakya).
View of Damascus from Al-Salihiyah.
A sitting room in the residence of an affluent Muslim family in Damascus.
Antioch (Antakya) from the west.
Antioch from Suadeh (from the North).
Beit El Ma near Antioch (Antakya), supposed site of ancient Daphne.
The Great Khan at Damascus.
House of Girgius Adeeb, at Antioch.
Part of the Walls of Antioch, over a Ravine.
Cafes in Damascus.
Mount Aqraa (Mount Casius) from the sea.
The Great Mosque at Antioch.
Map of Syria and Jerusalem.
Wall on the West Side of Antioch (Antakya).
Tartus from Arwad island.
Court of a Muslim house near Salahiyeh near Damascus.
Remains of the Port of Seleucia, near Suadeah. Mount Casius in the distance.
Seleucia (today Samandağ).
Damascus-Distant view from the Mountain Side.
Remains of gothic church in Tartus.
Ferry over the Orontes. Boat carrying animals.
The junction of Orontes river with one of its tributaries.
Barada river (ancient Chrysorrhoas).
The sheikh's house in Zabadani.
Woman in Syrian dress.
Female costume of Aleppo, by Louis Dupré.
View of bridge in Syria.
The city of Jisr ash-Shugur. View of Orontes river and the Roman bridge.