Equids (310 Subjects)
Athens seen from the ancient Sacred Way. In the middleground, the Acropolis. In the background, Mount Hymettus.
The plain of Troy in the late 19th century.
Imaginary reconstruction of the Lion Gate of Mycenae.
View of the site of Heinrich Schliemann's excavation at Mycenae. In the foreground, Grave Circle A.
Imaginary reconstruction of the agora of Sparta. In the background, the Acropolis. In the foreground, the statue of Hermes Agoraeus with young Dionusus. On the right, the Persian stoa which housed the spoils of the Persian wars. In the background, the sanctuary of Moirai with Orpheus's grave.
The Corinthian gulf. On the left, Acrocorinth. On the right, the northern coast of the Peloponnese.
Quarry in ancient Corinth.
The plain of Marathon.
Reconstruction of the Sacred Way which led from Eleusis to Athens, with the temple of Aphrodite, fortress and inn.
1. The Gate of Xira at the castle of Merhoni. The granite column known as column of Morosini at the castle of Methoni.
Landscape at Samicum.
1. View of Carytaina. 2. The bridge of Carytaina, Byzantine monument of the 15th century.
1. Landscape at Mantineia. 2, 3. Plan and reconstruction of remains of ancient building on top of Ai-Giorgis hill, at the village of Loukas near Mantineia.
Temple of Zeus at Nemea.
The Temple of Olympian Zeus, Athens. In the background, the Acropolis.
The Royal Palace at Athens, today Greek Parliament.
The uprising of 3rd September 1843. A multitude of insurgent Greeks gather before the Royal Palace (today the Greek Parliament), to demand a Constitution.
Garrison races at Corfu. July 1853.
Otto and Amalia of Greece exiting the Royal Palace, 1854.
Kings Otto and Amalia visit Alfred Prince of Wales at the British Embassy, Athens. November 1859.
The residents of Athens welcome George I of Greeks, October 1863 (imaginary representation). On the right, the Acropolis and the temple of Hephaestus.
George I of Greece reviews the National Guard, 1863.
Greek peasants come to Athens to welcome George I, 1863.
The National Guard at Athens taking the oath of allegiance to George I, 1863.
The Ottoman army attacks the monastery of Arcadi, Crete, November 1866.
The monastery of Arcadi, after the being blown up by the Cretans besieged inside, 1866.
Church at Oropos where, according to popular legend, the brigand brothers Arvanitakis attended mass together with the British travellers they had taken captive (Dilesi murders, 1870).
Members of the brigand band of Arvanitakis, perpetrators of the Dilessi murders, are taken to Athens to be brought to trial.
Panoramic view of Athens. On the left, a part of the railway line Piraeus-Athens-Peloponnese. In the background, on the right, the Acropolis and the temple of Hephaestus. In the background centre, the Royal Palace (today Parliament of Greece).
Excavations at the plain of Marathon.