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Coast of Triphylia from the South.
View of river Inachus.
Pass on the road from Argos to Corinth.
General view of Athens from Hadrian's Aqueduct (Dexameni) in Athens.
Street in Athens. In the background the Gate of Athena Archegetis (mod. Pazaroporta).
South view of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra) in Athens. The figures represent the Vaiwode, or Turkish Governor of Athens, with some of its attendants on a hunting party.
The Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds) in Athens, with the Acropolis in the background. Seikh Mustafa, chief of the order of Whirling Dervishes, who used the monument as their tekije (dervish lodge), is standing at the entrance of the monument, leaning on a staff, with his back turned. In the foreground, a woman from an affluent family is promenading with her daughters and maidservant.
Northeast view of the Erechtheion.
View of the Erechtheion. Workmen excavating to reveal the base of the prostasis underneath the Caryatids. Ottoman official Dizdar Aǧa is leaning on his son-in-law's shoulder while two other Ottomans are supervising the excavations in order to keep him informed and to ensure that the British are not carrying away the archaeological findings. On the foreground a man, probably James Stuart, drawing the monument.
Greek Orthodox inhabitants of Jerusalem. An Orthodox priest.
The Caryatids at Erechtheion.
Temple of Jupiter Olympus, Athens.
Athens. From the East.
General view of the Corinthian shore. As seen from a height approaching Vostizza.
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.
Interior view of the Roman amphitheatre of Pula. Due to an epidemics among the livestock of the region, the consumption of lamb and mutton has been forbidden. Shepherds of Slavic ethnicity have sought refuge within the amphitheatre, with their herds. A monk of the order of Saint Anthony, patron of animals according to several traditions, is giving his blessing and sprinkling the sheep with holy water; this terrifies the flock and causes the dogs to bark at the monk. On the right, some weapons, which Slav inhabitants of the area always carry with them, according to the author.
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.
View of the temple of Hephaestus in Athens. In the foreground, Arvanite peasants threshing corn under the supervision of a Muslim servant who is escorting his master's son. On the left, Arvanites in provisional hut (kalyvi).
The Arch of Hadrian in Athens with the temple of Olympian Zeus. The temple of Artemis Agrotera in the background. Arvanite shepherds are taking their sheep to graze.
Remains of the portico of the reservoir of the Aqueduct of Hadrian (Dexameni) at the foot of Lycabettus hill. Dairy farm belonging to Arvanites. A woman is milking her goat to make kaymak. A man has come on horseback to buy dairy products. A monk of Hagioi Asomatoi monastery is going to town with his donkey which is carrrying olives and wine. Mount Hymettus and Kaisariani monastery in the background.
The monument of Philopappus in Athens. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett, James Dawkins and Robert Wood are studying the monument. The Janissary who escorts them is preparing coffee. A shepherd with his goats. The Saronic gulf in the background.
View of Ilissus river and the partialy destroyed bridge which led to the Panathenaic Stadium. A group of shepherds with their flock prepare to spend the night at the site.
Atlas from the Temple of Zeus at Agrigento, Sicily.
Persian officials take the most beautiful women of the city away to the harem of the shah of Persia.
Husband flays his adulterous wife alive and puts her skin on display as an example to others.
View of Rhodes, from the Grand Master's Palace to Naillac tower.
View of the Street of the Knights in Rhodes.
Fresco of young knight Dieudonné de Gozon, later Grand Master of Knights Hospitaller. The knight kills the dragon with the aid of his two dogs. Rottiers claims to have seen the fresco in an Ottoman house in the medieval city of Rhodes.