Camels (223 Subjects)
Relief showing a camel rider.
Aqueduct on the foot of Mount Lebanon. According to the legend it was built by Godfrey of Bouillon, leader of the First Crusade.
The city of Ayutthaya in modern-day Thailand.
View of Delos.
View of Astrakhan.
Fishing of caviar and beluga at the oufall of the Volga into the Caspian Sea.
Samakhi in modern-day Azerbaijan.
Persian officials take the most beautiful women of the city away to the harem of the shah of Persia.
The Palace of the Shah of Persia in Isfahan.
Ruins of Persepolis.
View of Shiraz in Persia.
The Arch of Marcus Aurelius in Tripoli, Libya.
Egyptian clothing, footwear and jewelry. Vineyard. Seal with Egyptian inscription. Everyday life objects. Stretcher carried by camels. Echinus of the Red Sea.
The Hippodrome of Constantinople. In the background the Obelisks of the Byzantine Emperors Theodosius II and Constantine VII. On the left the Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I.
View of the Golden Horn from Eyüp.
View of Istanbul from Bulgurlu hill at Üsküdar, on the Asiatic shores of Bosporus. In the background the Seraglio Point and Pera (Beyoğlu).
The Topkapi Gate, on the Byzantine walls of Constantinople, in Fatih.
View of Istanbul from Belgrad Forest, on the European shore of the Bosporus.
Arch in Milas, known today as Baltalı Kapıyı. Capitals from Milas (Α, Β). Base of column (C).
View from the Eastern side of Alexandria Troas.
Muslim cemetery in the confluence of Karamenders (anc. Scamander) and Simoes rivers.
View of Bunarbaşı, village, erroneously identified in the nineteenth-century with Troy. In the foreground the court of the House of the Ottoman Aga, where the author stayed during his visit.
Title page. Scenes from the author's trip to the Mediterranean.
View of the Sultan Suleiman I Mosque.
View of the settlement of Nabi Samuel, near Jerusalem, site of the tomb of prophet Samuel according to tradition. The settlement has been identified alternatively as biblical town Ramatha and as Arimathea. View of Abu Gosh village, also known as Qaryat al'Inab during the 19th century and identified by many as the biblical town of Cariatharim.
The Gate of Damascus in Jerusalem.
The port of Suakin in the Red Sea, modern-day Sudan. Ford on the Nile near Atbarah, modern-day Sudan.
Byzantine aqueduct in Selçuk, close to Ephesus. In the background the Castle of Selçuk, on the Ayasuluk hill.
Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "Hebrew Melodies": View of Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives.