Author portraits (102 Subjects)
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon on their way from Alexandria to Rosetta, accompanied by their Jewish interpreter, Raphael. In the background Egyptians collecting dates.
Ottoman costumes that Jacob Βreuning and his companion του Carlier de Pinon wore in Istanbul and Egypt. On Janissary costumes their guides.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in Ottoman costumes on their way to the Pyramids, and accompanied by Janissaries and their Jewish interpreter. In the background Sycamores and Cassias
Jacob Breuning, his companion Carlierde Pinon, and their escorts setting off to Mount Sinai (from Cairo).
Jacob Breuning, his companion Carlier de Pinon, and their escorts on their way to Mount Sinai.
Jacob Breuning, his companion Carlier de Pinon and their guide on their trip from Egypt to Palestine. Jacob Breuning and his companion wear Ottoman costumes, yet their hats are similar to those of Christian pilgrims. In the same context, their guide carries a pilgrim as well as a rosario.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in Ottoman costumes at Tripoli, Lebanon. Also depicted their escorts, a local interpreter and a Janissary.
Jacob Breuning his companion Carlier de Pinon, and their escort, a local interpreter and a Janissary, on their way to Tripoli, Lebanon.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in traveling costumes during their return journey to Europe (from Tripoli in Lebanon to Marseille, France).
Half-title page with illustration.
Frontispiece. Portrait of Jacob Spon.
Portrait of count Alexandre de Laborde in his travelling costume, Istanbul.
Portrait of the author, Léon de Laborde, in his travelling costume, Caramania.
Portrait of John Griffiths.
Portrait of Vincenzo Coronelli.
Portrait of Peter Coeck.
Lycian tomb at Xanthus, Asia Minor. In the foreground, Charles Fellows drawing the monument.
Votive steles at Xanthus. On the left, Charles Fellows taking archaeological findings to his tent.
Lycian tomb with relief of lion at Xanthus, Asia Minor. Parts of the monument are today housed at the British Museum, London.
Rock-cut Lycian tombs at Myra, Asia Minor.
Portrait of John Morritt.
Portrait of Pieter Woensel.
Silhouette portrait of John Tweddel, author of the edition.
Gymnosophists near temples in India. 6: The author and a Dutch officer explore the lodgings of an itinerant fakir.
Portrait of Edward Daniel Clarke.
Portrait of author Jean de Thevenot in oriental costume.
The author travelling in Egypt on a camel. In the foreground, Arab companions of the author give alimony to a man in need.
Architect and designer Alexandre Petitot in costume of his own design, inspired from Greek vases and architectural features of ancient temples.
Portrait of Arthur Tower.
The house the author stayed at during his trip to Asomatoi, Rethymno province.