Ottoman–Venetian Wars (133 Subjects)
View of the Acropolis at the moment of the 1687 bombardment, by engineer captain Verneda.
View of Athens from the northeast at the moment of the bombardment of the Parthenon by the Venetian army in 1687. Drawing by engineer captain Verneda.
The victory of the Venetian Republic over the Ottomans.
View of Monemvasia, charting points of strategic importance during the siege of the city by the Venetians in 1685.
Map of the plain of Coroni, showing the disposition of troops and cannonry during the siege of the city by the Venetians in 1685.
Ottoman insignia taken as trophy after the fall of Coroni to the Venetians in 1685 and later exposed in the church of San Gaetano as token of the Venice's victory over the Ottomans.
Map showing the disposition of the troops in the battle of Kalamata in 1685, during the Sixth Ottoman–Venetian War (1684 -1699).
View of Nafplion, charting points of strategic importance during the siege of the city by the Venetians in 1685.
Map of the part of Acarnania taken by the Venetians during the Sixth Ottoman–Venetian War (1684 -1699).
Map of Vienna and its walls, 1566.
Map of Italy and the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea.
Map of Hvar in Croatia.
Map of Lefkada.
The Ottoman and the Venetian fleet during the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.
Map of Istanbul.
Map of Tunis and Bizerta.
Map of Methoni.
Map of Klis (Cloatia), on which the ruins of Salona (today Solin) are noted.
Map of the Ambracian gulf.
Map of Albania.
Map of the fortress Makarska in Croatia. The Ottoman fleet trying to re-capture the city from the Venetians after the Battle of Lepanto in 1571.
Map of Trogir in Croatia.
Map of Santorini.
View of Piyale Pasha Mosque and Chora church in Istanbul, possibly during Istanbul during the great storm of July 1490, which caused extended fires and human losses and was seen by several Christians as sign of God's wrath against Muslims.
Map of Chalcis.
Map of Nicosia.
The fortress of Lefkada.
The Castle of Kilitbahir on the Dardanelles.
The castle of Ulcinj in Montenegro.
The fortress of Durrës.