Crete (425 Subjects)
Remains of ancient building near the village of Vlithia, Chania.
Landscape at Lakkoi, Chania province.
Tower of aga Ibrim Alidakis at the village of Embrosnero, Chania province.
Landscape at Askifou plateau, Chania.
Cretan female peasant.
Ancient walls near Anopolis.
Cretan mountaineer of the sixteenth century.
Cretans in traditional cloaks.
Entrance to the gorge of Samaria from the side of Agia Roumeli, Chania province.
Horns of kri-kri wildgoats.
Pass to Hagia Roumeli at Samaria gorge.
Map of Crete.
View of Kissamos or Kasteli near Chania, Crete. September 1866.
Roman statue of goddess Athena, discovered at Kissamos, Chania.
Statue of Roman Emperor discovered at the remains of the ancient theater at Kissamos, Chania.
The Ottoman army attacks the monastery of Arcadi, Crete, November 1866.
The monastery of Arcadi, after the being blown up by the Cretans besieged inside, 1866.
View of the city of Chania, 1867.
Mount Ida, or Psiloritis, Crete, 1869.
Landscape at the northern coast of Crete, 1869.
Great Eastern crisis of 1875-78: The Turkish fleet in Souda bay exercises in preparation against a supposed Russian attack by torpedoes.
Wreck of the “Assyrian” on the island of Elafonisi, Crete (1878).
Siege of the village of Kissamos or Kasteli, Crete, during the Cretan Revolution of 1866-1869.
View of Souda bay, Crete.
Cretan Revolt (1866-69): Skirmishing in the Cretan mountains.
Scenes from the everyday life of the “Illustrated London News" correspondents during their five-day stay at Crete in 1889.
The British fleet places sea mines off the coastline of Crete (Cretan Revolt of 1889).