Grand Masters of the Knights Hospitaller (13 Subjects)
Ottoman emissaries to the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller in Rhodes.
The Sultan conversing with the Grand Master of Rhodes.
Coats of armds and bas-reliefs from the walls of the city of Rhodes. Bas-relief of Saint Peter, Saint Catherine and Saint John the Baptist. Inscription commemorating the construction of the Sea Gate under Grand Master Pierre d'Aubusson.
View of the interior of D'Amboise Gate in the medieval city of Rhodes.
View of the interior of the Grand Master's Palace in the Medieval City of Rhodes.
View of Rhodes, from the Grand Master's Palace to Naillac tower.
Fresco of young knight Dieudonné de Gozon, later Grand Master of Knights Hospitaller. The knight kills the dragon with the aid of his two dogs. Rottiers claims to have seen the fresco in an Ottoman house in the medieval city of Rhodes.
The tomb of Grand Master Robert de Julliac in the Franciscan church which was converted into a mosque, adjacent to the public baths of Rhodes (Yeni Hamam). Muslim people preparing to pray at the mosque.
Coats of arms of Philip of Burgundy, who built the fortress of Saint Nicholas, of Grand Master Piero Raimondo Zacosta (Pere Ramon Sacosta) and his engineer, from the fortress of Saint Nicholas. Relief of saint Nicholas from the same fortress. Inscription from the garden of Auvergne: “Blessed is the one who does not walk in step with the wicked or stand in the way that sinners take or sit in the company of mockers” (Psalms 1:1). Ancient statues at the entrance to the garden of Auvergne.
Reconstruction of Saint John's lodge in the medieval town of Rhodes. Knight Louis de Graon announces to Grand Master Pierre d'Aubusson the approach of the Ottoman fleet under Mehmed II (1480).
The tomb of Grand Master Fabrice Caretti in the Church of Saint John in Rhodes.
View of the medieval city of Rhodes. On the right the Naillac Tower, constructed during the era of the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller Philibert de Naillac, hence its name, and demolished in the mid-19th century.
The Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller and other knights of the order in Rhodes.