Interiors (181 Subjects)
The library of Leiden. On the left underneath the windows, the famous map of the course of the Elbe done by Lorichs.
Ottomans slaughtering a lamb in preparation for the Bayram.
The French ambassador Chateau-nef's audience with the administrator (Caimacam) of Istanbul.
Dervishes of the Order of Mevlevi at the teke of Pera (Beyoğlu) in Istanbul.
Portrait of Reis Effendi, principal secretary of the Ottoman state.
Portrait of Kizlar Aga, chief of the black eunuchs of the Harem of the Sultan.
Portrait of Silahdar Aga, safe keeper of the Sultan's sword.
Portrait of Astsi Bashi, cook of the Seraglio.
A Turkish lady at home.
A Jewish girl dressed for her marriage ceremony.
An Armenian girl dressed for her marriage ceremony.
A Turkish dancer, dancing before her master.
Greek woman of Tinos island.
Greek Princess of Wallachia, Romania.
Polish in the dress of the Court.
Frontispiece to the edition. The house of the Mudir, Ottoman governor of Ohrid. A morning call in which Adelaide Mary Walker was present. An affluent Albanian lady pays a visit to the Turkish commander's wife, escorted by her young daughter. A maidservant offers the visitors flowers from the house's garden.
Portrait of Alexander Mavrocordatos.
Portrait of Ioannis Logothetis.
Portrait of Karacoch, the author's interpreter during his journey, in his house, smoking.
A monumental building on the coasts of Syria, possibly a Roman funerary monument between Tartus and Amrit, to the south of Tartus.
Muslim man performing ritual ablution before prayer.
Scene at a public bath, possibly in Istanbul.
View of the central nave of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
Official prayer to celebrate the Birth of Prophet Muhammad (Mawlid) in the presence of the Sultan and other supreme officials, at the mosque of Sultan Ahmed, Istanbul.
The public library of Sultan Abdul Hamid I in Istanbul.
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.
The Grand Vizier offers dinner (Ifter) to other Ottoman officials during the Ramadan.