History (560 Subjects)
Portrait of Constantine Kanaris.
Portrait of Ioannis Kolettis.
Portrait of Theodoros Kolokotronis.
Portrait of Hurşit Pasha.
Portrait of archbishop Germanos of Old Patras.
Portrait of Ioannis Mavromichalis.
Portrait of Andreas Miaoulis.
Portrait of Nikitaras (Nikitas Stamatelopoulos).
Portrait of Panoutsos Notaras.
Portrait of Odysseas Androutsos.
Portrait of Papaflessas.
Portrait of a klepht from Central Greece.
Reliefs from the base of the Obelisk of Theodosius I, at the Byzantine Hippodrome of Istanbul.
Portrait of Ali Pasha of Ioannina.
The Gaul army under Brennus is defeated by the Aetolians, Thessalians and Malians (280 BCE).
A scene from Marcian's military campaign. The eagle is a symbol of the emperor's coronation (Marcian was the first Byzantine emperor to be crowned by the Patriarch) and of the Orthodox believers's victory over Monophysitism (Council of Chalcedon).
Fire at Istanbul.
A shipwreck off Istanbul.
Earthquake at Istanbul.
Basil I dies falling off his horse during a hunting expedition.
Inscription from Acre. Crusader coats of arms.
Early Christian inscriptions from Syria.
Map showing the known world from antiquity to the 15th century.
Greece and Asia Minor in the era of the Trojan War, according to the anonymous works traditionally attibuted to Dictys Cretensis (“Dictys Cretensis Ephemeridos belli Trojani”) and Dares Phrygius (“De excidio Trojae historia”).
The navigation of Ulysses from Troy to Ithaca, according to Homer.
The voyage of Aeneas from Troy to Rome as described by Virgil.