Lydia (46 Subjects)
View of Ephesus with Ayasuluk Castle.
View of Sardes.
View of Philadelphia (Alasehir).
Caravanserai in Güzel Hissar district in Aydin.
Street in Izmir.
The acropolis of Smyrna (Izmir).
The city of Magnesia (Manisa), and Mount Sipylus.
The Metropolitan Church at Magnesia (Manisa).
The settlement of Guzel Hissar in Aydin on the plain of the Maeander.
Ancient ruins at Thyateira (Akhisar).
The Governor's House in Philadelphia (Alasehir).
Lake Marmara (Gygaean lake) near Sardes in Asia Minor.
Inscriptions from Thyateira.
The Hittite relief at Karambel, on the route from Kemalpaşa to Torbali. The relief is mentioned for the first time by Herodotus, who believed it respresented Pharaoh Sesostris III. According to modern research, it is most probably a depiction of Hittite king Tarkasnava.
Elevation and plan of the monument called “Tomb of Tantalus”.
Remains of the palace built by Ioannis Doukas Vatatzis in Nymphaeum (Nif – Kemalpaşa), winter residence of the emperors of Nicaea.
Isa Bey mosque in Seljuk, near ancient Ephesus.
Map of Part of Asia Minor illustrating the Journal of Charles Fellows, 1838.
Caravan Bridge in Izmir.
Inscription from ancient building in Soma, Lydia.
Covered saddle used by women riders.
Map of the bay of Izmir.
Fortress at the port of Izmir. Head of ancient statue discovered in Izmir.
Relief from gate at Ephesus.
Ancient funerary and votive steles from Izmir.
Ruins at Ephesus.
Yörüks and Zeibeks from Ödemiş, Asia Minor, near ancient Hypaepa.