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Ionia (220 Subjects)

View of bay and city of Izmir.

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Plans and drawings of the ancient theater of Teos.

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Plan of the Temple of Artemis in Ephesus, Turkey.

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Ottoman ships in the harbor of Izmir.

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View of Foca in Asia Minor.

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View of the remains of the ancient theater of Erythrae, ancient city in Asia Minor. In the background the island of Chios.

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The remains of the Temple of Apollo in Didyma, ancient city of Asia Minor.

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View of Izmir.

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View of the roman baths of Varius in Ephesus, Asia Minor.

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View of the ruins of Ephesus, seen from the ancient theater.

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Byzantine aqueduct in Selçuk, close to Ephesus. In the background the Castle of Selçuk, on the Ayasuluk hill.

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View of Ephesus from the putative Prison of Saint Paul, in fact tower of the Hellenistic walls of the city, close to the ancient port.

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View of the Isabey Mosque in Selçuk, Asia Minor.

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Ruins of the Hellenistic/Roman theater of Izmir, at Kadifekale (anc. Pagos).

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View of the Temple of Ianus, erroneously called Temple of Homer, at Kadifekale (anc. Pagos), in Izmir.

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Muezzin. Women from Izmir and Thessaloniki. From: Giuseppe Antonelli (ed.), Galleria Universale di Tutti i Popoli del Mondo, c. 1838-1842.

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Yörüks and Zeibeks from Ödemiş, Asia Minor, near ancient Hypaepa.

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View of the bazaar of Izmir.

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Mosque on the outskirts of Ephesus.

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View of the ruins in ancient Ephesus.

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Map of Asia Minor, showing the author's itinerary.

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Ancient ruins at Ephesus.

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Ruins of an aqueduct at Ephesus, most probably the Byzantine aqueduct at Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.

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The Roman Stadium of Ephesus.

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View of the wall of the Ancient Theatre of Ephesus.

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Ruins at the temple of Artemis at Ephesus.

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A Roman building at Ephesus, probably a bathhouse.

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Roman baths at Ephesus, probably the Roman baths of Varius in Selçuk, near ancient Ephesus.

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Inscription from Smyrna.

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Ancient coins from Thyateira (1), Izmir (2), Ephesus (3), Pergamon (4), Laodicea (5), Philadelphia (6), Sardes (7) and Magnesia (8).

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