Frontispieces (40 Subjects)
Frontispiece with allegorical reprsentation of Motraye's voyages. Snapshots from his travel experiences in the background, subjects related to geography, antiquity and history in the foreground.
Frontispiece: The voyage of Cornelis de Bruyn.
Athens from Plato's Academy.
The ancient city of Selinus, Traianopolis in the Roman era, (today Gazipaşa) on the coast of Cilicia.
Frontispiece. Allegoric representation of the Accademia Cosmografica degli Argonauti that Coronelli founded in Venice.
Frontispiece: The Coat of Arms of the Knights Hospitaller of Malta.
Frontispiece: Imaginary landscape. The author composes his work and his companion is drawing.
Portrait of Emperor Constantine I the Great, founder of Constantinople.
Allegoric representation of the triumph of Venice over the Ottoman Empire during the sixth Ottoman-Venetian War.
Προμετωπίδα. Αλληγορική παράσταση των ταξιδιών του Ωμπρί ντε λα Μοτράιγ (Aubry de la Motraye).
Frontispiece: Allegoric representation of Human Virtues.
Title page of the second volume of the book. Medallions of three Athenian demes: Marathon, Rhamnous and Prasiai.
Frontispiece: The Lion of Venice.
Frontispiece: Portrait of Nicholas Revett.
Frontispiece. Portrait of Sultan Abdülmecid I.
Frontispiece. Allegory of author's voyage.
Frontispiece: Portrait of James Stuart.
Frontispiece to “Relation du naufrage d'un vaiseau Hollandois nomme ter Schellingh” by Frans Janszoon van der Heiden.
Frontispiece of the first volume of the book. Ottoman official presents his compliments to the Sultan.
Frontispiece: Author's dedication to Louis de Machault d'Arnouville, archbishop of Amiens.
Frontispiece of the second volume of the book: The Sultan's enthronement.
Allegoric scene: War and Peace as female figures. At the center the emblem of the Lord of Pembroke, to whom Pococke dedicated his work.
Title page of vol. I.
Dedication of the author to the Duke John Friedrich of Württemberg.
Frontispiece. Portrait of the author, Hans Jacob Breuning, at the age of fifty-eight, surrounded by allegoric figures: Truth prevails over Slander and Envy.
Frontispiece of the second travel of Jacob Breuning (from Istanbul to Egypt).
Frontispiece of the third travel of Jacob Breuning, from Egypt to Palestine.
Frontispiece of the fourth travel of Jacob Breuning, in Palestine, Tripoli and Syria.