Portraits (523 Subjects)
Portrait of Francesco Acciaioli, Florentine Duke of Athens.
Portrait of Francesco Acciaioli, son of Antonino, Florentine Duke of Athens.
Portrait of Francesco Morosini.
Coin of Domitian.
Portraits of Augustus, Gaius and Lucius.
Portrait of Byzantine Emperor Manuel II Paleologos.
Portrait of Jean-François, baron de Menou general of the French Army in Egypt under the commandment of Napoleon Bonaparte. De Menou converted into Islam.
The king of Aragon in armour.
The king of Sicily in armour.
Portrait of Charles XII of Sweden and of his plenipotentiary, baron Georg Heinrich von Görtz.
Portrait of Sultan Murad III.
The bust of Pericles, from the Townley collection.
View of Genoa. Wise Men of Greece: Theles, Solo, Chilon.
The Seven Wise Men of Greece: Thales, Solon, Chilon, Periander, Cleobulus, Bias, Pittacus. View of Marseille. Kings of the House of David, from which Jesus might be descended: Amon, Josiah, Jehoahz, Jehoiakim, Jeconiah, Zadekiah.
Kings of Babylon: Mordecai, Nebuchadnezzar. Xerxes. View of Constantinople. Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem.
Nebuchadnezzar conquers Jerusalem.
View of Alexandria. Philosophers and scholars of antiquity: Demosthenes, Aristoteles, Epicurus, Callisthenes, Xenocrates.
Philosophers and scholars of antiquity: Demosthenes, Aristoteles, Epicurus, Callisthenes, Xenocrates.
Popes: Saint Sylvester, Saint Mark, Saint Julius, Saint Liberius. Byzantine emperors: Constantine the Great, Constantius, Constantine II and Constans.
Genseric. Attila ruler of the Huns. Council of Chalcedon. Saint Ursula, Saint John of Damascus and Merlin the wizard.
Alboin King of the Lombards. Cardinal Julian and Francesco Sforza. Conquest of Constantinople by the Ottoman Turks.
Portrait of Francesco Morosini in the style of Aeneas, based on his statue at the Palazzo dei Dogi, Venice.
The arch of the Sergii at Pula, Croatia. Peasants of Slavic ethnicity are walking by with their ox cart. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett and their assistant are on top of the arch, making drawings. On the left a man informs the women gathered that the travellers are searching the Arch of the Sergii for treasures.
Frontispiece. Portrait of Sultan Abdülmecid I.
1. Bay of Zante from a draught by a French map. 2. Antenors Cenotaph. 3. Κεφαλ is Κατα Ματθαιον [Christ in Majesty holding Saint Matthew's Gospel]. 4. A Daniele in Monte [The monastery of Prophet Daniel on Monte Ortone, Italy.]
Coins of Antiochus IV Epiphanes of Commagene and his wife Julia Iotapa.
The monument of Philopappus in Athens. James Stuart, Nicholas Revett, James Dawkins and Robert Wood are studying the monument. The Janissary who escorts them is preparing coffee. A shepherd with his goats. The Saronic gulf in the background.
Frontispiece: Portrait of James Stuart.
Portrait of Nicholas Revett.
Cozak chief Stenka Razin throws the Russian princess he had married into the Volga, as related in the folk legend.