Asia Minor (1302 Subjects)
Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig.I: The Front of the Ionic Capital of a Pilaster, with the upper part of the Shaft. Fig. II: The Profile of the same Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. IV: Another Compartment in the Front of one of these Capitals. (shaded drawing).
Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig.I: A Frize, which filled the Spaces between the Capitals of the Pilasters, consisting of a Bass Relied representing Griffins and Lyres… Fig. II: A Corinthian Capital, which belonged to a Semi-column within the Wall which separated the Naos from the Pronaos. Fig. III: A Section through the Front of this Capital. Fig. IV: The width of the bottom of the Abacus, with the depth of its Curve. Fig. V: A Cymatium.
Frieze and Corinthian capital in the temple of Apollo in Didyma.
View of the Dardanelles, 1890.
The port of Trebizond in 1840.
The putative tombs of Aias and Patroclus.
View of Foça (anc. Phocaea).
Ancient Gate in Ephesus (Asia Minor).
View of Miletus with Maeander river (Asia Minor).
Ruins of the ancient temple in Halicarnassus (today Bodrum) thought to be a Temple to Ares.
The fountain in the Camel caravanserai.
View of Mount Uludag (Olympus in Mysia). The city of Bursa in the distance.
The mosque of Emir Sultan in Bursa.
View of Ephesus with Ayasuluk Castle.
View of Sardes.
View of Hierapolis (today Pamukkale).
View of Philadelphia (Alasehir).
The mosque of Selim III in Üskudar.
Caravanserai in Güzel Hissar district in Aydin.
Anadolu Hisari (Anatolia Castle) on the Asian coast of the Bosphorus.
The Acropolis of Pergamon.
Street in Izmir.
The acropolis of Smyrna (Izmir).
The city of Magnesia (Manisa), and Mount Sipylus.
The Metropolitan Church at Magnesia (Manisa).
The remains of Hierapolis (today Pamuk Kale) from the ancient theatre.
The settlement of Guzel Hissar in Aydin on the plain of the Maeander.
The church of Saint Theodore in Pergamon.
The remains of the church of Saint John the Theologian in Pergamon.