Crimea (53 Subjects)
The Lighhouse on the Tauric Chersonese (Crimean Peninsula).
Sebastopol in 1860.
Map of the Crimaean peninsula.
Tatar from Crimea.
Origin of Buyuk Karasu river in Crimea.
The Great Han of Crimean Tatars.
Tatars of Crimea.
Inhabitants of Crimea.
Coins from Crimea, Ottoman era.
Ancient coins from Crimea.
Signet with sacrifiial scene from Kerch, Crimea.
Map of the Black Sea.
Nomad merchants of Crimea.
Map of Sebastopol and surrounding area.
Tatar man from Crimea.
A Bosnian and a Tatar.
View of the Chan's Palace at Bahçesaray.
Funerary monuments, possibly of the Great Chans of the Tatars, seen by the author at the surroundings of Bahçesaray.
View of the town of Theodosia (called Kefe in the Tatar era) from the Genoese castle of Crimaea.
Crimean Tatar in traditional costume.
The author's carriage crossing the stepe of Kuban, Russia.
Castle at the Black Sea. The author states that he saw this depiction on the reverse of an ancient Greek coin, discovered in the area.
Greek inscription from Crimea peninsula.
Incription of the Byzantine period from Crimea.
Sarcophagus from Asiatic Sarmatia (historical region west of the Caspian sea), used as a cistern, at the surroundings of Yeni Kale fortress in Crimea.
View of the Cimmerian Bosporus or Strait of Kerch (where the Black Sea joins the Sea of Azov). On the bottom right, Taman volcano, surnamed Prekla (hell) by the locals.