Equids (310 Subjects)
View of Szeged, Hungary.
View of Törökszentmiklos, Hungary. In the foreground, Habsburg divisions prepare to take the city from the Ottomans.
View of Timișoara, Romania.
View of Cluj-Napoca, Romania.
View of Osijek bridge, Croatia. This wooden bridge was built in the era of Suleiman I, and measured eight metres.
View of Szigetvár, Hungary.
View of Székesfehérvár, Hungary.
View of Veszprem, Hungary.
View of Várpalota castle, Hungary. In the foreground, Ottoman division launches a counterattack against the Habsburg army.
View of Pápa, Hungary. In the foreground, Ottomans fend off the Habsburg army.
View of Nozi Zrin castle, Croatia. View of Satu Mare, Romania. On the left, rider of the Habsburg army attacks an Ottoman soldier.
View of Graz, Austria. In the foreground, cavalry forces of the Habsburg army chase Ottomans away from the area.
View of Edremit, Asia Minor (probably imaginary depiction).
View of Bethlehem and surrounding area, with some of the major pilgrim sites, among which the monastery of Prophet Elias (B). The Basilica of the Nativity, however, is not shown.
View of the Mount of Olives at Jerusalem, with some of the main pilgrim sites: The Church of Pater Noster (Eleona Basilica) and the chapel of the Ascension(A). The church of the Dormition of the Virgin (K). The Tomb of Absalom (M).
Mount Sinai and the Monastery of Saint Catherine (A). Mount Moses (D). In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman pilgrims to Mecca.
View of the city of Mamre, or Terebinth, Palestine. According to one tradition, this is the site where David overcame Goliath. In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman merchants.
Landscape at the Arabic peninsula, near the Red Sea. According to the Bible this is where the Springs of Marah were located.
View of the Holy Mosque of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. On the left, a caravan of pilgrims arrives from Istanbul.
View of Mar Elias monastery on the route from Jerusalem to Bethlehem.
Landscape at the Red Sea.
Ottomans carry slaves (war prisoners) to Istanbul.
Ottoman (Muslim) funeral. Ottoman (Muslim) wedding. In the distance, the field of Büyükdere on the European shore of the Bosporus.
Top: The king of Tonkin (Vietnam) exits the palace. Bottom: The king of Tonkin (Vietnam) leaves for war.
Procession which escorts the queen mother or the queen of Tonkin as they exit the palace.
Carriages with livestock and other provisions leave Hanoi. They are destined to feed the soldiers and other followers of the funeral procession of the king of Tonkin (Vietnam).
Carriage at the streets of Moscow.