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Nomad merchants of Crimea.
The mosque of Sultan Ahmed I and the Byzantine Hippodrome. In the foreground, the Obelisk of Theodosius I, and the Obelisk of Constantine VII. Between them, the Serpent column, that is, the bronze base of the golden tripod of Plataeae, originally in the sanctuary of Apollo at Delphi.
The Sultan's tent, in the course of a military campaign.
Wooden bridge at Küçükçekmece, near Istanbul.
Snapshot at Olt river in Rumania. Possibly a scene from the author's journey to Bucharest.
Ottoman soldiers exercising in Tomak, a martial art practiced with wooden balls.
Ottoman soldiers exercising in Cirit, a martial art practiced with a javelin.
Women from the Peloponnese.
A scene from Marcian's military campaign. The eagle is a symbol of the emperor's coronation (Marcian was the first Byzantine emperor to be crowned by the Patriarch) and of the Orthodox believers's victory over Monophysitism (Council of Chalcedon).
Landscape at lake Sapanca (gr. Boane), on the outskirts of Izmit. In the background, on the left, an oxcart carrying wood to Istanbul, to repair damages caused by the fires.
View of the rock-cut monuments in Doganli valley (today Yazılıkaya) near Eski Sehir. This ancient site is also called Midas City due to its plethora of Phrygian monuments, and forms part of the larger territory of the Phrygian valley.
View of the aqueduct of Laodicea in Denizli area. In the background, Maeander plain and the remains of Hierapolis. Zeibek tents in the background.
The remains of the ancient theatre of Tripolis of Phrygia, in modern-day Yenicekent, Asia Minor.
View of Madenşehri, Binbirkilisse area, Mount Karadag.
Funerary monuments in the area between Kiz Kalesi (ancient Corycus) and Ayas (ancient Elaeussa Sebaste). The necropolis was inhabited by semi-nomadic groups, most probably Turkomans.
View of one of the ports of Elaeussa Sebaste (today Ayas) and the city fortress.
View of Ramla, Israel. View of Bethlehem, Palestine.
Scene at the craggy mountains of Slavonia, historical region pertaining to modern-day Croatia. This is most probably a moment from the author's journey to Istanbul.
Votive steles at Xanthus. On the left, Charles Fellows taking archaeological findings to his tent.
View of Kauschani (today Cǎuşeni, home to Tatars descended from Crimaea, in Moldavia.
The prairie of Büyükdere, on the nortwestern coast of the Bosporus.
View of Tophane square. In the background, the mosque of Ahmed I. On the right, the fountain of Mahmud I.
View of the Hippodrome of Istanbul and the mosque of Sultan Ahmed I. On the left, Hagia Sophia.
View of Dolmabahçe Park, where the Palace of Dolmabahçe was built later in the 19th century.
Leisure scene at one of the fields where the Sultan used to hunt. In the background, a storyteller entertaining the public.
Leopold I, the Habsburg Emperor, escorted by Polish soldiers makes a triumphal entry into the tent of Grand Vizier Kara Mustafa Pasha, prime mover of the Second Siege of Vienna.
View of Nozi Zrin castle, Croatia. View of Satu Mare, Romania. On the left, rider of the Habsburg army attacks an Ottoman soldier.