Italians (227 Subjects)
Male costume from Calabria.
Female costume of Gaeta.
Female costume of Ischia island.
Noble lady of Sicily in festive costume.
Noble lady of Sicily dressed to go to church.
Young noble lady of Sicily dressed to go to church.
A. Adam von Schliben. B. Wolffgang Bachelbel. C. Salomon Schweigger. D. Bernhard von Herberstein and four Franciscan monks.
Portrait of Countess Guiccioli, lover of Lord Byron during his stay in Ravenna, Italy.
Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Parisima": Secret meeting of Parisima, wife of Lord Este, with her adoptive son.
Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Parisima": Parisima with her adoptive son and lover in front of her husbant, Lord Este.
Ancient temples at Agrigento, Sicily.
The base of a gigantic column near Syracuse.
Ruins occasioned by the earthquake at Messina.
View at Villa Scabrosa, Catania, Sicily.
1. Diamond belonging to the Mongol king of India. 2. Diamond belonging to the Duke of Tuscany. 3. Rough diamond of 242 carats. The author states that this was the bigger diamond he ever saw at the hands of the merchants of India. 4. Rough diamond bought by the author at Ahmedabad, India. 5. Finished diamond. 6. Rough diamond bought by the author in India. 7,8. Rough and finished diamond, of a total weight of 104 carats. The diamonds were bought by an affluent Danish merchant in the presence of the author.
The Italian diplomat and antiquarian Bernardino Davetti, with his suite, in search of antiquities.
Nobleman of Venice.