Cythera (59 Subjects)
Map of Laconia and Cythera.
Ancient coins of the Archipelago (Karpathos, Tinos, Symi, Megiste, Cythera, Anticythera etc.)
The castle and town of Cythera and the port of Kapsali.
Map of Cythera and Anticythera.
Map of the southern coast of the Peloponnese, charting Sapienza, Strofades, and Cythera islands.
Map of the port of Cythera.
Map of the castle and Chora of Cythera.
Map of the coast of Messenia and Laconia with Cythera and Anticythera.
Map of Cythera port.
Map of the castle of Cythera .
1. Voidi or Trenta Nove islet, Zakynthos. According to the legend, the Venetians executed thirty nine Zakynthian rebels on the islet, hence its name. 2. The Castle of Cythera. 3. View of the port of Myconos.
Map of Cythera charting the port waters and the beach of Agios Nicolaos.
Map of the port of Agios Nicolaos Krassas in Cythera.
The port of Avlemonas (Kastri or Agios Nikolaos), Cythera. Fishermen gathering their nets next to the Venetian Fortress of Agios Frangiskos.
View of the entrance to a certain cave on Cythera, probably the Cave of Houstis, near Diakofti.
Plans and section plans of rock-carved mausoleums in Palaiopolis, Cythera.
Orthodox priest guides a gentleman of west European origin into the interior section of a rock-cut mausoleum in Palaiopolis, Cythera.
The ruins of the putative Temple of Aphrodite in Palaiopolis, Cythera. According to the legend at this site stood a statue of Helen of Troy, as well as a castle of Menelaus.
Map of the southeastern part of Cythera island.
Costumes of Cythera. Orthodox priest is leading a group of women to the church.
View of Aplunari, hill close to the Temple of Aphrodite and the port of Avlemonas (or Kastri) on Cythera.
Antiquities from Cythera, which according to the author come from the Temples of Aphrodite.
1. Ancient marble panel with inscription from the Temple of Artemis. After the Temple was demolished, this panel served as the altar stone at the church of Agios Dimitrios in Melinado, Zakynthos, which is today in ruins. 2. Ancient coins of Zakynthos and Cythera.