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View of Kotor in Montenegro, with the fortress of Saint John.

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View of the fortress of Borsh, or Castle of Sopot, in Albania.

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The Venetian army at Qeparo, Albania, during the siege of Sopot.

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The Castle of Oitylon in Mani.

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View of Famagusta as the city prepares its defense against the Ottoman attack, 1570.

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View of the Great Fortress of Chandax (Heraklion) together with the Kules Fortress, also known as Rocca a Mare.

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View of Chandax, in 1667-1668, and during it siege by the Ottomans.  After being besieged for twenty-four year (1645-1669), Crete became part of the Ottoman Empire (1669).

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Map of central Crete. After being besieged for twenty-four years, Crete bacame part of the Ottoman realm in 1669. In the foreground, scene from the naval battle of March 1668 between the Ottoman and the Venetian fleet, outside Chandax. General Morosini and Ottoman officials captivated.

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Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "The Siege of Corinth": Ottoman official and Greek slave girl at the ruins of the Temple of Apollo in Ancient Corinth.

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Title page.

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The march of the Sultan from the Palace to the mosque on the day of Bayram. Frontispiece of the first volume: The march of Ottoman officials.

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The march of the Sultan from the Palace to the mosque on the day of Bayram. Frontispiece of the second volume: The departure of the Sultan from the Palace.

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Composition of scenes from the rise and fall of Sabbatai Zevi, the rabi who claimed to be the Messiah of the Jews until he was forced to convert to Islam by the Ottoman Sultan (17th century). Sabbatai Zevi claims to be the Messiah. Sabbatai Zevi enthroned by his followers. Ottoman soldiers arrest Sabbatai Zevi in the Dardanelles. From: J. Chr. Wagner, Delineatio Provinciarum Pannoniae et Imperii Turcici in Oriente, Augsburg, 1684.

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Murder of the French and German consuls by the mob in Thessaloniki, May 1876. From The Illustrated London News, May 1876.

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Murder of the French and German consuls by the mob in Thessaloniki, May 1876. Portrait of murdered consul of France Jules Moulin. From Le Journal Illustré, May 1876.

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Murder of the French and German consuls by the mob in Thessaloniki, May 1876.  

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Scenes from the funerary services for the consuls in Thessaloniki (May 1876). View of Thessaloniki. From Le Monde Illustré, May 1876. 

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Arrival of the French and German inspectors entrusted with solving the murder of the consuls in Thessaloniki. From L'Univers Illustré, 1876. 

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Hanging of the convicted for the murder of the consuls, 16 May 1876. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876. 

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Horses of the Ottoman cavalry disembark in Thessaloniki after  the murder of the consuls in May 1876. From German newspaper of the era. 

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Turkish battleships approach the port of Thessaloniki in the summer of 1876, at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From German newspaper.

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Bashi-bazouk camp outside the walls of Thessaloniki at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876. 

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Enrollment office of the Ottoman army in Thessaloniki at the time of Herzegovina uprising. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876. 

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Muslim religious students carrying old weapons anf dressed in old uniforms oarada ancient green standards of Mohammad through the streets of Thessaloniki, in order to encourage the faithful to combat against the uprising in Herzegovina. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876.

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Conscripts of the Ottoman army exit New (Litaia) Gate to the direction of the railway station. From L'Illustration, 1876. 

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Contingent of Turkish soldiers dispatched to Serbia from Thessaloniki  in order to participate in the suppression of the Herzegovina uprising (27 July 1876). From Le Monde Illustré, 19 August 1876. 

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Public deposition of three high-ranking administrative officials of Thessaloniki on 21 August 1876, following the murder of the consuls. From Le Monde Illustré, 1876. 

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Frontispiece.

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View of the Castle of Komárno (Slovakia).

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Janissary in war costume.

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