Domestic tasks (23 Subjects)
Woman weaving on a loom.
Women's costumes from Chios, 1782. From: Choiseul-Gouffier “Voyage Pittoresque de la Grèce”, Paris, M.DCC.LXXXII 
Women's working costumes from Pyrgi, Chios, 1929. Pen drawing by F. Perilla.
Greek woman from Istanbul with washbowl and pitcher.
Young woman from Kimolos.
White marble tomb, Sifnos island.
Women of Sifnos.
Women of Ios.
Woman of Santorini.
Woman of Chios.
Woman embroidering, Kardiani, Tinos island.
Philemon and Baucis: The peasant couple in whose house Daniel Baud-Bovy and Frédéric Boissonas stayed while on Naxos.
The Roman Amphitheatre of Pula from the west. Slovenian women are laundering their clothes in the sea. Inhabitants of the city come to take water or to water their animals at a gountain close to the amphitheatre.
View of the temple of Rome and Augustus and the adjacent temple of Diana in Pula, Croatia. Between the two temples is situated the Communal Palace of Pula and the city prison. Next to the building, a guard and locals who are playing a game of marbles. In the middle ground, a soldier of Slavic ethnicity conversing with a young woman. On the left, a Polish woman with her donkey and small dog.
The arch of the Sergii at Pula, Croatia. Peasants of Slavic ethnicity are walking by with their ox cart. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett and their assistant are on top of the arch, making drawings. On the left a man informs the women gathered that the travellers are searching the Arch of the Sergii for treasures.
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.
Processing of cotton in Limni, Euboea.
The living-room of a noblewoman's house.
View of the plain of Larissa from settlement close to the city. Snapshot of everyday life at the village.
Watermill on Mount Homa, Asia Minor.
Women doing household tasks, from ancient vase.
Baking day in a Greek village on the plains of Troy.
Patriots (Peasants of Corfu reading “Patris” [Homeland] newspaper).