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Pompey's Pillar, shewing the mode by which some English Sailors first gained an ascent to the capital of the Column.
The entrance of the cave of Antiparos.
The interior of the cave of Antiparos.
Interior of the Pyramid of Cheops.
Noble British man.
Noble British lady.
Young British girl.
Young British boy.
Aristocrat British lady.
Illustration for the poem of Lord Byron "The Walts": Scene in a salon in London.
1,2. Coins minted by English merchants and colonists of Fort Saint George at Madras (today Chennai), India. 3-8. Coins minted by Dutch merchants and colonists of Pulicat (today Pazhaverkadu), India.
Interior of the Oracle of Trophonius in Livadeia.
The house the author stayed at during his trip to Asomatoi, Rethymno province.
Cricket match at Spinada, Corfu, July 1853. In the background, the Old Fortress of Corfu.
Fête to officers of the English and French forces, and the Greek army and Navy, in the Acropolis during the British-French occupation of Athens and Piraeus in 1854-57. July 1854
Alexandra Princess of Wales promenading in the Royal Gardens (today National Garden), during her visit to Athens in 1877. In the background, from left to right, the temple of Olympian Zeus, Hadrian's Arch and the Acropolis.
George I and Olga of Greece visit admiral James Drummond, K.C.B, on flagship “Hercules”, 1877.
The draughtsman of “The Illustrated London News” sketching the Lion Gate of Mycenae.
British colonel Synge returns to Thessaloniki after his abduction by Greek insurgents durint the events of 1878 in Thessaly and Macedonia.
Ancient furnaces at Lavrio.
Easter Monday: The crew of H. M. S. “Research” celebrates the day in the presence of George I of Greece.
View of Peta from the Ambracian gulf.
The Pyramids of Giza necropolis. In the foregroun,d the Prince of Wales visiting the site.
Title page. Inset plate: The author and his companions prepare their dinner at Vourlias, a famous inn on the route from Tripolis to Sparta, close to Mystras.