Inscriptions (309 Subjects)
Inscription from the Choregic monument of Thrasyllus (Panagia Spiliotissa).
Im. 1: (1 (Α, B, C, D, E): Shrew bones found in the Ibis burials at Saqqara catacombs, Egypt. Im. 2: Bone of rat from same burial. Im. 3 A, B: Butterfly of the Belenois Aurota species, from the coast of Syria. Im. 4 A, B: Butterfly of the Colotis fausta species from the coast of Syria. Im. 5 A, B: Leaden tablet bearing inscription in Greek, from Beirut. Im. 6, 7: Amulets in cylindrical shape made of red jasper (6) and serpentine (7) bought by Olivier in Sanliurfa.
Im. 1: Capital found near Mount Behistun in Persia, possibly representing king Khosrau. 2: Reliefs of Mithridates II of Parthia and Gotarzes II from Behistun. 3: Reliefs framing the inscription of Darius I the Great (Behistun inscription) at Mount Behistun.
Fig. 1. Inscription from Lefkada. Fig. 2. Seat-like stone from the School of Homer (Agios Athanasios), Ithaca. Fig. 3. Capital of column found near Skala, Cephalonia. Fig. 4. Part of wall from the ruins at Aetos, Ithaca.
Title page. Sultan Mahmud II returns to the Palace from the Mosque.
Interior view of the Ulu Mosque in Bursa.
Inscription from fountain at Oropos, perhaps close to Amphiareion.
The Temple of Hephaestus (Theseion), seen from the north-west.
Roman inscription from Syros.
Portrait of Sultan Suleiman I. Suleimaniye mosque in the background.
Inscriptions from the Patriarchate of Constantinople.
Pilgrims inscriptions on Mount Sinai, Egypt.
Inscription from the Acropolis of Larissa, Argos. Drawings of several parts of the walls of the Acropolis of Larissa (Argos) and of the Acropolis of Tiryns. Capital of green marble, Mycenae. Wedge of brass, brass nails from the Treasury, Mycenae. Ornamented red marble in a church near the Treasury at Mycenae, [originally part of the reliefs at the entrance to the Tholos Tomb of Mycenae].
Caravanserai at Küçükçekmece, near Istanbul.
Ancient ruins at Ephesus.
The mosque built on the site of the temple of Dionysus in Latakia (ancient Laodicea).
Reliefs from the base of the Obelisk of Theodosius I, at the Byzantine Hippodrome of Istanbul.
Column at Milas. Asia Minor.
Inscription from the monument of Philopappus in Athens.
Inscriptions from Delos island.
Inscriptions from Galliboli and Lampsacus.
Byzantine inscriptions from Istanbul.
Inscription from Bursa.
Inscription from Thyateira.