Epirus (233 Subjects)
Map of the site of ancient Dodoni.
1. Ancient Greek inscription from Evinochori (or Bochori) in Aetolia and Acarnania. 2. Ancient Greek inscription from Lepenos in Aetolia and Acarnania. 3. Ancient Greek inscription from Sisani. 4, 5. Ancient Greek inscription from Apollonia in Illyria (today in Albania). 6. Ancient Greek inscription from fountain near the church of Hagios Ioannis Prodromos in Kalabaka. 7,8. Ancient Greek inscriptions from the cathedral church of Trikala.
Map of the area of Souli.
Plan of the odeon and the Greek theatre of Nicopolis. Plan of part of the walls, the aqueducts and cisterns.
Map of Attica, Central Greece, Epirus and Macedonia.
Map of Macedonia and part of Epirus.
Map of Preveza, showing three of the town's castles: The Venetian castle of Agios Andreas, the Ottoman castle of Yeni Kale and the Ottoman castle of Üç Kale (today Pantokratoras kastle).
Plan of the early Christian basilica at the site of Chalasma, near the village of Chrysaugi (older Velliani) in Paramythia, Epirus.
Plan of the polygonal walls of Kastritsa, ancient city near Ioannina.
Plan of typical house of affluent Ottoman family: 1. Outer court 2. Entrance. 3. Middle court 4. Stairs and principal gallery, first floor 5. Chamber of reception. 6. Inner court. 7. Apartments of the harem. 8. Kitchen. 9. Halleries of the harem. 10. Streets.
68. Ancient Greek inscription from Anactorion, Aetolia and Acarnania. 170. Ancient Greek inscription discovered in the church of Panagia Parigoritissa, Arta. 171. Ancient Greek inscription from bridge at Trikala. 172. Ancient Greek inscription from Gardiki, Trikala.
Tree with fruits at the site of ancient Ambracia near Arta.
Storm at the Ambracian gulf.
Inhabitants of Ioannina.
The battle of Plaka, 1821.
The Ottoman clocktower and the Byzantine castle of Arta. April 1854.
View of Ioannina, 1854
View of Ioannina, 1862.
View of Ioannina. In the centre, the mosque of Aslan Pasha. Ioannina did not in fact become Greek territory until the 1913 Treaty of Bucarest, after the Balcan Wars. The proposition that it be ceded to Greece in 1878 was rejected by the Congress of Berlin due to the reaction of the Ottoman side.
Map of the new territories acquired by Greece after the Treaty of Berlin in 1878. Ioannina did not in fact become Greek territory until the 1913 Treaty of Bucarest, after the Balcan Wars. The proposition that it be ceded to Greece in 1878 was rejected by the Congress of Berlin due to the reaction of the Ottoman side. With the Treaty of Berlin the Kingdom of Greece acquired Arta and adjacent area.
The castle of Souli (or castle of Kiafa).
The castle of Arta.
Map of part of Central Greece, the Peloponnese and the Greek islands.
View of Ioannina. In the background, Mount Mitsikeli.
The palace and the tomb of Ali Pasha at Ioannina.
The audience chamber at the palace of Ali Pasha at Ioannina.
View of the castle of Ioannina.
View of Paramythia, Thesprotia. In the background, the castle of Agios Donatos.
Inn at Epirus.