Travel (327 Subjects)
View of Bethlehem and surrounding area, with some of the major pilgrim sites, among which the monastery of Prophet Elias (B). The Basilica of the Nativity, however, is not shown.
Mount Sinai and the Monastery of Saint Catherine (A). Mount Moses (D). In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman pilgrims to Mecca.
View of Antioch (Antakya), Asia Minor. Part of the walls of Saint Peter's church (B) as well as the castle of the Crusaders or Bagras castle.
View of the city of Mamre, or Terebinth, Palestine. According to one tradition, this is the site where David overcame Goliath. In the foreground, caravan of Ottoman merchants.
View of Aleppo, Syria. Ottoman caravan in the foreground.
Landscape at the Arabic peninsula, near the Red Sea. According to the Bible this is where the Springs of Marah were located.
View of Ramla, Israel, with some of the main sights of the city. G. Ruins of aqueduct, probably of the Roman period. A. Monastery of Saint George. B. The White Mosque, built in the Ummayad era; in the 16th and 17th centuries it was believed that this was initially a church dedicated to the Forty Martyrs of Nablus. D. The house of the province governor.
View of the Holy Mosque of Mecca, Saudi Arabia. On the left, a caravan of pilgrims arrives from Istanbul.
View of Mar Elias monastery on the route from Jerusalem to Bethlehem.
Landscape at the Red Sea.
Gondolas and ships at the lagoon of Venice.
The author's ship during a tempest at the Aegean sea.
Dutch ship in which the author sailed from India to China. On the right, the emblem of the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oostindische Compagnie).
Snowflakes, which the author studied thoroughly during his journey from Saint Petersburg to Moscow.
Petrovsky Palace at the entrance of Moscow. The palace was built in the era of Catherine the Great and was the penultimate stopover of Russian emperors in their journey from Saint Petersburg (then capitall of the Russian empire) to Moscow.
Map showing the author's route.
View of Mount Parnassus from the northwest.
Landscape at Serres.
Inn near Kavala.
Map showing the itinerary of Edward Daniel Clarke.
Frontispiece with themes related to the author's journey.
The author travelling in Egypt on a camel. In the foreground, Arab companions of the author give alimony to a man in need.
Reception of a caravan comprised of officials on a pilgrimage at a convent in Jerusalem.
The author's ship is attacked by three privateer ship outside Tunis.
Woman bandit on the route from Agra to Delhi.