History (560 Subjects)
The Doge of Venice.
Ships of the Knights Hospitaller of Rhodes.
Ottoman emissaries to the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller in Rhodes.
The Ottoman army disembarking on Rhodes.
The Sultan conversing with the Grand Master of Rhodes.
The Knights Hospitaller fight off the Ottoman's attack.
The ships sent by Ferdinand of Aragon and Sicily attack the Ottoman forces.
Muslims revering Muhammad's tomb.
The Ottoman army conquers Otranto.
View of Methoni.
Conference between representatives of the Ottoman forces and of the Knights Hospitaller.
The travellers depart to Riekka. They meet the military commander. The troops leave for Riekka. The travellers spend the night at the inn.
Precipice in the village of Parori, identified to the precipice of Kaiadas according to a certain tradition.
View of the city and castle of Coroni, showing the disposition of troops and cannonry 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.
The battle between the Venetian and the Ottoman army on the plain of Kalamata in 1685. The city of Kalamata in the background. The mounted officer is most possibly general Degenfeld, commander of the Venetian troops.
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.
Dergoumidas, Armenian catholic priest, in front of Grand Vizier Ali Pasha, on whose orders he was executed on November 5th 1707.
Map of Attica with ancient and modern place names.
Inscription commemorating the construction of a fountain over Klepsydra spring by Odysseas Androutsos.
Inscriptions from the Panathenaic Stadium of Athens.
Map of the Ottoman empire in 1916.
The battlefield of Plataea (Plataies).
Ancient ruins in Plataea (Plataies).
Defeat of the Ottoman army under Hüseyin Pasha, near Sozopol.
Quarters of Hans Karl von Diebitsch, Field Marschal of Russia at Eski Saray (Old Palace) of Edirne.
The Russian army takes Sliven on 31 July 1829.
Signing of the treaty of Adrianople at the old Palace of Edirne.