Books (32 Subjects)
Frontispiece. Allegory of author's voyage.
The library of Leiden. On the left underneath the windows, the famous map of the course of the Elbe done by Lorichs.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in traveling costumes during their return journey to Europe (from Tripoli in Lebanon to Marseille, France).
Composition of several items of equipment, necessary for travelling in the Mediterranean (books, navigational instruments, maps and barrels)..
Insignia, astrolabe, weapons, a world sphere and a coat of arms.
Frenchmen observing the invocations of an Arab fortune-teller.
The Ottoman Sultan giving audience to the English Ambassador.
The Mufti of Istanbul. In the background Hagia Sophia together with some mausoleums of the Sultans at its courtyard.
The Library of the Grand duke of Tuscany in Florence.
Title page of the first volume of the edition.
The first four Caliphs, heirs of Prophet Muhammad, in chronological order: Abu Bakr as-Siddiq, Umar ibn al-Khattab, Uthman ibn Affan, Ali ibn Abi Talib.
The public library of Grand Vizier Recip Paşa in Istanbul.
The tomb of Valide Sultan Turhan Hatice, mother of Mehmed IV at the mosque of Valide Sultan or New Mosque (Yeni Camii) in Eminönü, Istanbul.
The tomb of Osman I in Bursa. Ottoman books, probably from one of the public libraries of Istanbul.
Public scribes of the Ottoman state.
Processing of cotton in Limni, Euboea.
A Mufti reading prayers at a Sultan's sarcophagus (türbe).
King Otto of Greece.
Allegory of the evolution of human thought and science.
Architect and designer Alexandre Petitot in costume of his own design, inspired from Greek vases and architectural features of ancient temples.
Greek residents of London vote for the National Elections at the Greek consulate, 1862.
Muslim itinerant pilgrim.
Dervish of the Kalenderi order.
Ulema, scholar of Islamic Law and other disciplines.
Manuscript of the Samaritan Pentateuch photographed by the author at Nablus, probably Abisha scroll.