Crete (425 Subjects)
Mount Ida, Krete.
Theseus and Ariadne.
Chania in 1867.
Priest from Crete.
Telchines (original from Crete and later inhabitants of the island of Rhodes according to Greek mythology).
Statue of Zeus from Crete, which was in the possession of a Venetian in Alexandria.
Panoramic views of Chania.
Eleutherios Venizelos at the time of Theriso revolt.
Prince George of Greece and Danemark, appointed High Commissioner of the Cretan State by the Great Powers.
The leaders of Theriso Revolt: Constantinos Foumis, Eleutherios Venizelos, Constantinos Manos.
French cruiser on Souda bay.
Cretan insurgents (photograph by the correspondent of “Illustration italienne”: Group of insurgents during Theriso revolt. At the centre, Eleutherios Venizelos and his two young sons (on the right).
Map of Crete. Battleships in the bay of Souda.
Battleships in the bay of Souda.
The port of Chania.
The suburb of Halepa in Chania.
View of Chania from Halepa.
On the route to Souda.
Turkish tomb on the route to Souda.
The village of Souda.
The village of Theriso, headquarters of the revolt. The convent where the meeting between the consuls of the Great Powers and the chiefs of insurgents.
The shipyard and the wahrf of Souda port.
View of Mount Ida in Crete from the sea.
Map of Crete.
Sketch of mouflon or wild sheep of Crete (sp. Ovis orientalis).
View of the port of Chania, 26th May 1864.
View of Chania from the route to Halepa, 14th April 1864.
Chania from the bay of Souda (painting based on a drawing made on 15 April 1864).
Caricature by Edward Lear, depicting himself while painting.
Chania at 9 a.m., 19th April 1864.