Magnesia (23 Subjects)
Woman from Trikeri.
Woman from Makrynitsa.
View of the Pagasetic gulf.
The Pagasetic Gulf and Mount Othrys.
Mounts Ossa and Pelion from the Pagasetic Gulf.
Views of Pagasetic Gulf.
Ancient coins from Thyateira (1), Izmir (2), Ephesus (3), Pergamon (4), Laodicea (5), Philadelphia (6), Sardes (7) and Magnesia (8).
Landscape at Mount Pelion, Thessaly.
Village of Portaria on Mount Pelion.
View of Mount Pelion.
Velestino in Thessaly.
Mosque at the spring of Kefalovryso, the Hyperian fountain of antiquity, at Velestino (ancient Pherae). In the foreground, part of a column, most possibly from the temple of Zeus Thaulios.
Remains of walls at the site of the ancient city Alos, Thessaly.
Ruins of Iolchos in Thessaly.
Plan of the walls of Volos.
Greek uprising in Thessaly, 1878: View of Mount Pelion from the gulf of Volos.
Portrait of A. Mitsas, leading figure of the second battle of Makrynitsa in 1878.
View of Volos in 1878, showing the positions of battle during the Uprising in Thessaly (1878), and the spot where British correspondent Ogle was murdered.
Greek troops at drill.
Entrance to the Pagasetic gulf. Part of the western coast belonged to the Greek state. The central and eastern parts were acquired with the treaty of Istanbul in 1881.