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Armed Ottomans: Bulgarian (left). Syrian (middle). Albanian (right).

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Title page. Hagia Sophia, Istanbul.

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Hagia Sophia, Istanbul.

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Commercial street at Scutari.

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Galata bridge, Istanbul. In the background, the mosque of Valide Sultan or New Mosque.

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Woman at the harem.

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Quay of Buyukdere at the northwestern shore of the Bosporus.

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Woman of Istanbul.

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Entrance to the Governor's Seat at Istanbul, formerly the seat of Ottoman government and administration (Sublime Porte).

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Panoramic view of Istanbul from the north. On the right, the Castle of Europe. In the background, Hagia Sophia and Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I.

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Church of Hagia Sophia, Trebizond.

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View of Sinope, Asia Minor. On the right, part of the city castle.

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Tombs of the Kings of Pontus at Amasya: the eastern mausoleum, also known as Aynali Magara.

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Topographical map of Erzerum. Numbers 1 and 2 show the town castle and the modern settlement respectively. Number 8 shows the position of Taurus mountains.

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1 (bottom): Geologic cross-section of the region between Redout Kale (today Kuveli) in Georgia, and Trebizond, Turkey. 2 (top): Geologic cross-section of the region between Trebizond and Erzerum. 3 (middle): Geologic cross-section of the region between Bayburt and Şebinkarahisar.

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1 (bottom): Geologic cross-section of the region between Şebinkarahisar and Sivas. 2 (middle): Geologic cross-section of the region between Sivas and Tocat. 3 (top): Geologic cross-section of the region between Tocat and Tosya.

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Gökmedrese (Celestial Madrasah) in Sivas.

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Map of Amasya. Numbers 9 and 20 show the Tombs of the Kings of Pontus.

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Inscriptions from Bolu, Asia Minor.

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4 (bottom): Geologic cross-section of the region between Tosya and Bolu. 5 (top): Geologic cross-section of the region between Bolu and Üsküdar (Istanbul).

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Map showing the author's itinerary.

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The Byzantine Hippodrome of Istanbul. At the centre, the obelisk of Theodosius I.

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Ottoman woman having coffee in her garden.

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The Gate of Persecution at Ephesus. At the top of the arch, spolia of ancient sarcophagus.

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Costumes of the Ottoman empire: Turkish (left) and Greek (right).

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Greek Orthodox monk.

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Sheep of the Eastern Mediterranean.

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From left to right: Christian, pagan, Muslim and Jewish costumes of the Middle East.

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Map of the Troad.

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The medieval castle of Makri in Asia Minor.

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