Ottoman officials (401 Subjects)
Execution by gaunching.
General view of Athens from Hadrian's Aqueduct (Dexameni) in Athens.
South view of the Temple of Artemis Agrotera in Agrae (Panagia stin Petra) in Athens. The figures represent the Vaiwode, or Turkish Governor of Athens, with some of its attendants on a hunting party.
The library of Hadrian seen from the house of Nikolaos Logothetis, consul of Britain in Athens. In the foreground, the soap mills. An Ottoman aga receiving a visitor; an Albanian groom.
Coins of Athens. The sarcophagus of Boutos, priest of Athena and Poseidon, discovered in Erechtheion. Altar of Demeter and Persephone dedicated by Phavios, torch-bearer at the Eleusinian mysteries.
Northeast view of the Erechtheion.
View of the Erechtheion. Workmen excavating to reveal the base of the prostasis underneath the Caryatids. Ottoman official Dizdar Aǧa is leaning on his son-in-law's shoulder while two other Ottomans are supervising the excavations in order to keep him informed and to ensure that the British are not carrying away the archaeological findings. On the foreground a man, probably James Stuart, drawing the monument.
The Propylaea from the west. The Ottoman commander of the city garrison (Disdar aga), with a dervish. On the right, a Greek who is held prisoner.
Frontispiece of the first volume of the book. Ottoman official presents his compliments to the Sultan.
Imaginary representation: An official is asking a favor from the Sultan.
Tamerlane imprisons Sultan Beyazid I.
Sultan Mehmet II decides upon the execution of his wife Irene.
Ottoman official, perhaps the Sultan himself, marches to the mosque.
Frontispiece of the second volume of the book: The Sultan's enthronement.
The Ottoman Sultan.
Kizlar Agası, head of the eunuchs of the Sultan's palace.
The Grand Vizier.
Bostancıbaşı, head gardener and executioner, in ceremonial dress.
The Mufti of Istanbul.
Başçavuş, head of the ushers in the Sultan's palace.
Kapıcıbaşı, head of ceremonies in the Sultan's palace.
The niche from which the Sultan secretly watched the caucus of the Divan, the higher governmental body. Here, the Sultan is coming out to intervene.
The Aga of the Janissaries.
Spahi, cavalry soldier.
Kapudan Paşa, admiral of the Ottoman fleet.
Helvacı, chief confectioner in the Sultan's palace.
Scene from Ottoman campaign.
Soldiers about to strangle a captive (probably Prince Osman II).