Black Sea (153 Subjects)
Tatars of Crimea.
Inhabitants of Crimea.
Coins from Crimea, Ottoman era.
Ancient coins from Crimea.
Signet with sacrifiial scene from Kerch, Crimea.
Map of the Black Sea.
Nomad merchants of Crimea.
Map of Sebastopol and surrounding area.
Map of Marmara sea.
The convergence of Bosporus and the Black Sea seen from Tarabya on the European coast of the Bosporus. Also shown is the position of Anadolu Kavağı (1) and its quay (4), Yoros Castel or Genoese Castle (2) and the structures added to the castle by the Ottomans (3), the Castle of Sultan Murad IV (5) and finally the European coast of the Bosporus.
Volcanic minerals discovered in Istanbul, around the area of the mythic Symplegades or Clashing Rocks: 1) The western side of Yum Burnu promontory, on the norheastern shore of the Bosporus, at the junction with the Black Sea. 2. Agglomerate of volcanic minerals with porphyry veins from Kadiköy (anc. Chalcedon), discovered by the author at Buyuk Liman, on the norheastern shore of the Bosporus. 3) Porphyry from Kadiköy (anc. Chalcedon). 4) Basalt from Buyuk Liman, norheastern shore of the Bosporus. 5) The eastern side of the northeastern end of the Bosporus, at the junction with the Black Sea.
Cave of volcanic minerals near Anadolu Kavaği, where the Bosporus joins the Black Sea.
The fortress of Kilyos in the region of the same name, at the junction of the Bosporus with the Black Sea.
Map showing the retreat of the Ten Thousand according to Xenophon.
Armenian woman of Istanbul. In the background, Kavakia, the fortresses at the junction of the Bosporus with the Black Sea.
View of Kilya, today in southwestern Ukraine.
View of Kauschani (today Cǎuşeni, home to Tatars descended from Crimaea, in Moldavia.
Tatar settlement at the Moldavian coast on the Black Sea.
View of the Chan's Palace at Bahçesaray.
Funerary monuments, possibly of the Great Chans of the Tatars, seen by the author at the surroundings of Bahçesaray.
View of the town of Theodosia (called Kefe in the Tatar era) from the Genoese castle of Crimaea.
Map of Thrace.
Panoramic view of the western (European) coast of the Bosporus from the Fortress of Europe to the Black Sea.
The junction of the Bosporus and the Black Sea.
View of Sinop at the Black Sea.
The author's carriage crossing the stepe of Kuban, Russia.
Map of the environs of Rostov-on-Don at the sea of Azov.
Double canoe widely used by the Cossacks of Don river.
Map of Novocherkassk, capital of the Cossacks of Don river.
View of Novocherkassk, capital of the Cossacks of Don river.