Cairo (172 Subjects)
View and plan of the Nilometer (device measuring the water levels of the Nile river) on the island Rawda in Cairo.
1.View of door in Cairo (B). 2. and 3. View and plan of Bab al-Nasr Gate in Cairo (Α).
Plan and view of the building called Hall of Joseph at the Saladin Citadel of Cairo.
View, sections, and plans of Joseph's Well (Bir Yusuf) at the Saladin Citadel of Cairo.
View of the Pyramids at Giza. Plan and section of the hallway of the Great Pyramid of Giza, also known as Pyramid of Cheops.
View of the Sphinx. Section plans of the Great Pyramid of Giza, also known as Pyramid of Cheops.
Dresses particular to Egypt: Copt. Bey of Egypt. Mentally ill Egyptian. Lieutenant of the Janissary corp. Egyptian woman. Dancers from Egypt. Woman of Arab ethnicity. Sergeant of the Janissary corp. Woman of Cairo riding a donkey in the "proper" Egyptian manner.
Title page. Scenes from the author's trip to the Mediterranean.
The Meidum or Maidum Pyramid, south of Cairo. Due to its unusual shape it is also called as False Pyramid.
View of the Pyramids at Giza from the quarries of Gebel el-Ahmar, on the Mokattam hills.
View of the Pyramids of Cheops and Chephren in Giza, Egypt.
The Sphinx in front of the Pyramid of Chephren in Giza, Egypt.
Title page of the first volume. Composition: The Acropolis of Athens with the Pyramids of Giza.
View of the Mosque and the Madrasa of Sultan Hasan in Cairo.
Panoramic view of the Pyramid of Cheops (Giza).
View of the Shpinx and the Pyramid of Khafre or Chephren, Giza.
The Obelisk of Senusret or Sesostris I in Cairo (Al-Masalla Obelisk).
Crocodiles from Cairo region.
Lizard from Cairo region. Fish of the Nile.
Giraffe that Jacob Breuning saw at the fortress of Cairo.
Bovid from Egypt, most probably of the genus Bos indicus or Zebu.
Bovid of the Gazelle or Oryx genus, that Jacob Breuning saw at the castle of Cairo.
Genet that Jacob Breuning Saw at the castle of Cairo.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in Ottoman costumes on their way to the Pyramids, and accompanied by Janissaries and their Jewish interpreter. In the background Sycamores and Cassias
Mummies from Giza, Egypt.
View of the Giza Pyramids. View of the Spinx.
The embalmed serpent seen by Jacob Breuning in Cairo, which at the time was shown as specimen of a "flying serpent".
Embalmed tapir from South America, seen by Jacob Breuning in Cairo.
Chameleons from Cairo.
Jacob Breuning, his companion Carlierde Pinon, and their escorts setting off to Mount Sinai (from Cairo).