Black Sea (153 Subjects)
Vesicaria Orientalis foliis dentatis.
Timber-framed buildings with red tiled roofs in Sivas.
View of Amasya.
Greek house on the mountains of eastern Pontus.
View of Gümüşhane (Argyroupolis) in eastern Pontus, well-known for its silver mines until the late 18th century.
Çoruh River (Akampsis) in eastern Pontus.
St. Sophia's, Trebizond. Mosaic Pavements.
S.E. view of St. Sophia's, Trebizond.
St. Sophia's, Trebizond. Ground plan.
St. Sophia's, Trebizond. Longitudinal section. South elevation.
St. Sophia's, Trebizond. West elevation.
Plan of Trebizond.
St. Sophia's, Trebizond. Details of sculpture.
St. Sophia's, Trebizond. Fresco in apse.
Relief from Byzantine parapet.
Portraits of Irene Palaiologina, Alexios III Komnenos and Theodora Kantakouzene in the Monastery of Theoskepastos, near Trabzon.
Mosque of Orta Hissar. Trebizond. Ground plan.
Mosque of Orta Hissar. Trebizond. Longitudinal section.
The pillar of Pompey at the conjunction of the Bosporus and the Black Sea.
Map of the Black Sea.
Panoramic view of the Bosporus. On the left Yoros Castle.
Entrance to the Black Sea (from the Giants Grave).
Ancient coins. Top: Coin from Kerch (anc. Panticapaion), in Taurica. Middle: Coin of Kos. Bottom: Coin from Miletus.
The Bosporus and the entrance to the Black Sea.
The entrance to the Black Sea from Istanbul. On the right Yoros Castle, close to Anadolu Kavağı.
Map of Istanbul and the Bosporus. View of the Seraglio Point.
Map of Italy and eastern Mediterranean, upon which the route of the author is noted.