Mysia (162 Subjects)
The Gazi Yakup Bey Mosque at the main square of Çardak, village near Lapseki.
Map of Çardak and Lapseki.
Ancient coins of Aeolis and Elaia, ancient cities in Asia Minor.
The tumulus of Hector in the Troad.
Map of the region around Troy.
Antiquities from Pergamon together with a colossal carved statue from Mount Sipylus, close to Manisa in Asia Minor.
Map of the ruins of the ancient city of Cyzicus. View of Bursa. Maps of the lake Apolloniatis (today Lake Uluabat).
Title page. Imaginary representation of the city of Troy accompanied by extract from the Iliad.
Various landscapes in the Troad: Α. View of Mount Ida. B. View of ancient Atandros (today Altınoluk). C. Cape Baba (anc. Lekton cape) in the Troad. D. View of part of Lesbos island. E. View of Cape Baba (anc. Lekton cape) in the Troad.
View of the village Babakale in the Troad.
4.View of the village Babakale at Cape Baba, in the Troad. 5. Landscape near the Cape Eski Stambul in the Troad. The author notes the sites of Alexandria Troad (C) και Tenedos island (E).
Landscapes in the Troad, somewhere in between Cape Eski Stambul and the Dardanelles. G denotes the site where the Baths of Alexandria Troad are found.
View from the Eastern side of Alexandria Troas.
Landscape near Geykli in the Troad. In the background Tenedos island.
Landscape near Geykli in the Troad.
Fig. 1. Landscape around the village of Yenişehir, near ancient Sigeion. Fig. 2. Landscape around Troy. Α denotes the place of the city, while B the place of Yeniköy, where, according to the legent, the Tomb of Peneleos, Achaean soldier in the Trojan War, was found.
Landscape in the Troad, between Kumkale and Beşika Burnu (anc. Achilleion), where according to the legend the Tomb of Achilles is found. In the background Mount Ida.
Εικ. 1. The southern point of the Dardanelles Fig. 2. Hill near Seddülbahir. The author identifies this hill with the Tomb of Protesilaos.
The confluence of Karamenderes (anc. Scamander) with Simoes river. In the background the hills of the village Çıplak, area where part of Troy VII is found.
Εικ. 1. Landscape around Üvecik, in the larger area of the city of Troy. Fig. 2. Landscape if the Troad. On the left the Castel of Kumkale. On the right the site of the Tomb of Aias, in the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
Muslim cemetery in the confluence of Karamenders (anc. Scamander) and Simoes rivers.
The sources of Karamenderes (anc. Scamander) river around Mount Ida, in the Troad.
The confluence of Karamenderes (and. Scamander) river with Simoes, river north of the city of Troy.
The river Karamenderes (anc. Scamander) and the its outfall to the Dardanelles.
View of the plain of Troy from the Tomb of Antilochus, on the eastern shore of the Dardanelles, and close to the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
The Tombs of Hector and Aesyetes in the vale of Karamenders (anc. Scamander) river.
View of the Tomb of Antilochus, on the eastern shore of the Dardanelles, and close to the ancient city of Rhoiteion (today Intepe).
View of the Tomb of Achilles (Beşiktepe) in Beşika Burnu (anc. Achilleion).
View of part of the Dardanells from the Tomb of Achilles (Beşiktepe). In the background the Castle of Kumkale.
Landscape around the shores of Simoes river in the plain of Troy.