History (560 Subjects)
Didymoteicho capitulates to the Ottoman army.
Naval Battle of Ereğli.
Te Deum (thanksgiving service) for the signing of Edirne treaty at the plain of Edirne Palace.
Didymoteicho from the south.
Rooms prepared for the Sultan in Edirne Palace.
Busts of Lycurgus, Solo, Periander and Thales.
Busts of Themistocles, Miltiades, Aspasia and Pericles.
Busts of Sophocles, Euripides, Menander and Poseidippus.
Busts of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle and Diogenes the Cynic.
Busts of Zeno, Chrysippus, Epicurus and Metrodorus.
Attic red-figure kalathos with depiction of lyrical poets Apollo and Sappho, housed in the State Collection of Antiques (Staatliche Antikensammlungen) of Munich.
Busts of Herodotus, Thucydides, Asclepiades and Hippocrates.
Busts of Isocrates, Lysias, Demosthenes and Aeschines.
Bust of Alexander the Great from the Capitoline Museums, Rome.
Map of Attica, the Peloponnese and the Aegean islands.
Map of ancient Greece.
Bellona (Gaul deity of war) over a heap of arms, followed by Russian soldiers. She shows the enslaved Greeks the symbol of liberty, which they shun out of cowardice.
View of the city and castle of Koroni, which was besieged by the Russians in 1770.
Map of Çeşme port, showing the manoeuvrings of the Russian navy during the battle of July 1770.
Map of Troy.
The departure of the Ottoman Admiral (Kapudan Pasha) from Cebeciler Kiosk at Eminönü, Istanbul.
Portrait of Grand Vizier Hasan Pasha.
Portrait of the Prince (Governor) of Moldavia, Grigorios Gikas.
The march of the Ottoman army across the desert.
Sultan Selim III.
Grand admiral of the Ottoman navy Küçük Hüseyin Pasha in official dress.
Title page. The triumph of the Ottoman army.
The first prophecy of the Fall of the Ottoman Empire.
The second prophecy of the Fall of the Ottoman Empire.
The third prophecy of the Fall of the Ottoman Empire.