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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: View of the End of the Ruin of the Temple from the North-East.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig. I: The uppermost Step, Base, and lower part of the external Columns of the Dipteros. Fig. II: The Capital and Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Column.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig. I: The uppermost Step, Base, and lower part of the external Columns of the Dipteros. Fig. II: The Capital and Architrave, with the upper part of the Shaft of the Column (shaded drawing).

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: The Profile of the Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig. IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Architrave of the internal Columns of the Diptero with the Frize, which supported the Lacunaria. Fig. VI: The Contour of the Volute, with as many of its Measures as could be collected.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: The Contents of the foregoing Plate shaded, with a Section through the external Architrave of the Dipteros, also its internal Face and that of the Frize annexed. Fig. I: The Plan of the Capital…Fig. II: The Profile of the Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Profile of the Capital. Fig. IV: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. V: The Architrave of the internal Columns of the Diptero with the Frize, which supported the Lacunaria. Fig. VI: The Contour of the Volute, with as many of its Measures as could be collected.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig.I: The Front of the Ionic Capital of a Pilaster, with the upper part of the Shaft. Fig. II: The Profile of the same Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. IV: Another Compartment in the Front of one of these Capitals.

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig.I: The Front of the Ionic Capital of a Pilaster, with the upper part of the Shaft. Fig. II: The Profile of the same Capital. Fig. III: A Section through the Front of the Capital. Fig. IV: Another Compartment in the Front of one of these Capitals. (shaded drawing).

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Temple of Apollo in Didyma: Fig.I: A Frize, which filled the Spaces between the Capitals of the Pilasters, consisting of a Bass Relied representing Griffins and Lyres… Fig. II: A Corinthian Capital, which belonged to a Semi-column within the Wall which separated the Naos from the Pronaos. Fig. III: A Section through the Front of this Capital. Fig. IV: The width of the bottom of the Abacus, with the depth of its Curve. Fig. V: A Cymatium.

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Frieze and Corinthian capital in the temple of Apollo in Didyma.

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Gelibolu

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View of the Dardanelles, 1890.

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Plan of the Upper Gallery of Hagia Sophia. Illustration of the stages of Muslim prayer. Byzantine coins.

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At Meydanı square, which is buit on the site of the Byzantine Hippodrome of Constantinople. Muslim wedding procession, possibly of an Ottoman official. In the background, the obelisk of Theodosius I, and the Serpent Column (Plataean tripod) from Delphi sanctuary, which was brought to Constantinople by Constantine I. 

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Sultan Mustafa I enters Istanbul after the signing of the Karlowitz treaty.

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Valens aqueduct in Istanbul. Ancient coins.

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A Janissary courts a young woman; he has slashed his arm as a token of his affection. A Jewish matchmaker is standing on his side. La Motraye states that he witnessed the scene himself.

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Ahmed III is problaimed Sultan and prepares to gird the sword of Osman. Next to him, a religious leader, most probably Sheikh ul-Islam, reads out the Sultan's oath to God, the Dynasty, the State and the Ottoman people. 

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Scene in the Sultan's harem (imaginary representation).

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The Patriarch of Constantinople. Plan of the Patriarchal Church of St. George in Phanar (Fener).

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The interior of the Patriarchal Church of St. George in Phanar (Fener), during service given by the four patriarchs (of Constantinople, Jerusalem, Alexandria and Antioch).

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Greek wedding in Edirne (imaginary representation).

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The women of the Sultan's harem go out in the Palace Garden, escorted by eunuchs (imaginary representation).

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Map of the Black Sea. At the right bottom corner, shepherd feeding his camels.

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The putative tombs of Aias and Patroclus.

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Ancient Gate in Ephesus (Asia Minor).

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View of Miletus with Maeander river (Asia Minor).

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Ruins of the ancient temple in Halicarnassus (today Bodrum) thought to be a Temple to Ares.

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Dervishes dancing in Istanbul teke.

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Greek woman from Istanbul with washbowl and pitcher.

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