Dardanelles / Çanakkale boğazı / anc. Hellespont (95 Subjects)
Everyday life scene on the shores of the Hellespont.
Relief showing the death of Protesilaus. Drawing showing the fall of Ellis into the sea, henceforth Hellespont. Coins of the ancient cities around Hellespont.
View of the Dardanelles and the Sea of Marmara. In the foreground the New Castles of Europe and Asia, none of which is preserved today, as well as Sultaniye Castle and Kilitbahir Castle on the European and Asian shores accordingly. In the background Istanbul, and Mount Uludag.
View of the Dardanelles and the Sea of Marmara.
The castles Sultaniye (on the left) and Kilitbahir (on the right) on the European and Asiatic shores of the Dardanelles accordingly.
Tumulus of Aesyetes, and Naval Station of the Greeks.
Map of the Troad, on which several tumuli and ancient remains are noted.
The putative Tomb of Aias, in the Troad.
Representation of Homerian chariot.
Map of the Dardanelles.
Map of the Çanakkale boğazı (Dardanelles Strait).
Map of the port of Sigeion in the Troad.
Hellespont and the Sea of Marmara.
View of Sultaniye Castle at the Dardanelles.
Plans of watermill at Lapseki.
Interior view of flour mill at Lapseki.
The remains of the Temple of Priapus at Lampsacus (today Lapseki).
View of Lapseki and the Hellespont.
The Gazi Yakup Bey Mosque at the main square of Çardak, village near Lapseki.
Map of Çardak and Lapseki.
View of Dardanelles.
View of the Dardanelles. On the right, the Kilitbahir Castle. On the left the Sultaniye Castle.
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.
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).