Imaginary beings (25 Subjects)
The coast in front of the Castle (Fortezza) of Rethymno.
The bay of Almyros at Rethymno.
Map of Chania.
The islet of Agioi Theodoroi /Thodorou with the Venetian fort of the same name, at Platanias bay, Crete.
Grambousa island, with the Venetian fort of the same name.
The castle of Selino in Palaiochora, Chania province, Crete.
The bay of Loutro at Sfakia, Crete.
The Venetian fort of Sfakia (Frangokastelo), with Chora of Sfakia in the background.
The beach of Ierapetra.
View of Sitia with the Venetian fortress (Kazarma).
Map of Spinalonga islet and Spinalonga fortress.
Map of Kakon Oros in Crete.
Map of Dia islet in Crete.
Mythological composition referring to ancient Corinth: ruins, antiquities, Chimera and Bellerophon riding Pegasus.
The myth of Perseus. In Ethiopia, Perseus is saving Andromeda from the sea monster Kitos. On the right, Andromeda's parents, and their guards. The myth has certain references to Peloponnese, for Perseus was originally from Argos and he founded the city of Mycenae.
The embalmed serpent seen by Jacob Breuning in Cairo, which at the time was shown as specimen of a "flying serpent".
Baboon, crocodile, unicorn and salamander. Long-eared goat and long-tailed ram or billy-goat.
Plan of part of the pronaos, Temple of Zeus, ancient Olympia. Reconstruction of the Hellenistic tritons mosaic of the pronaos.
Reconstruction of the Hellenistic tritons mosaic at the pronaos of the temple of Zeus.
Amazons, mythical women warriors, allegedly encountered by the author on the island of Socotra in the Arabian Sea.
The battle of Leviathan, biblical sea monster, and the whale, supposedly witnessed by the author at sea.
Inhabitants of Lack province or island, in the Arabian Sea.
Dog-headed people (cynocephali), allegedly seen by the author on an island in the Arabian sea.