Weapons (447 Subjects)
Scenery on the Road from Nauplia to Corinth.
Pass on the road from Argos to Corinth.
The City of Corinth.
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.
Kings of Babylon: Mordecai, Nebuchadnezzar. Xerxes. View of Constantinople. Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem.
Croatian nobleman. Croatian of lower class.
Gonfalone (member of Venetian Perast militia).
The fortress of Margariti in Epirus, during the Venetian siege of 1571.
Man and woman from Epirus.
Arab inhabitants of Jerusalem.
Jewish inhabitants of Jerusalem.
Ottoman cavalry during the Siege of Rhodes.
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.
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.
The armory bazaar in the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul.
Frontispiece. Allegory of author's voyage.
The Birecik Castle, upon the river Euphrates.
Ancient sling pellet and arrows from the bed of ilissus.
The Propylaea from the west. The Ottoman commander of the city garrison (Disdar aga), with a dervish. On the right, a Greek who is held prisoner.
Ancient bronze helmets in Corinthian style from Patras.
Cozak chief Stenka Razin throws the Russian princess he had married into the Volga, as related in the folk legend.
Tatars of Kirgisia. Kalmyk Tatar.
View of the Propylaea of the Acropolis of Athens.
View of the interior of D'Amboise Gate in the medieval city of Rhodes.
The tomb of Grand Master Robert de Julliac in the Franciscan church which was converted into a mosque, adjacent to the public baths of Rhodes (Yeni Hamam). Muslim people preparing to pray at the mosque.
The Auberge of the Langue of Spain and Portugal in the medieval town of Rhodes.
The Aga of the Janissaries.
Spahi, cavalry soldier.
Scene from Ottoman campaign.
Prince Mustafa assassinated in the campaign tent of his father, Suleiman I, who is present (on the left), encouraging moreover the assassinators.