Allegories (20 Subjects)
Frontispiece with allegorical reprsentation of Motraye's voyages. Snapshots from his travel experiences in the background, subjects related to geography, antiquity and history in the foreground.
Frontispiece. Composition of themes from Struys' voyages.
Allegoric scene: War and Peace as female figures. At the center the emblem of the Lord of Pembroke, to whom Pococke dedicated his work.
Title page. Allegoric representation of the four continents: Europe, Asia, Africa and America.
Frontispiece. Portrait of the author, Hans Jacob Breuning, at the age of fifty-eight, surrounded by allegoric figures: Truth prevails over Slander and Envy.
Title page of the first voyage of the author.
Rendering of the lost painting of the Calumny of Apelles.
Title page. Allegory of Greece under Ottoman rule.
“Remember Marathon”; Ancient general Miltiades appears to a Turkish soldier and foretells the victory of the Greeks.
Title page. Allegory of Venice's victory in the Sixth Venetian-Ottoman war (1684–99).
Allegory of the evolution of human thought and science.
Frontispiece. Allegory of Venice's victory in the Sixth Ottoman-Venetian War.
Allegory of History.
The author praying before Saint Peter at his arrival in Rome.
The author praying before Saint Catherine at his arrival at the monastery of Saint Catherine on Mount Sinai.
The author praying before Saint Thomas at his alleged visit to the saint's shrine in Chennai, India.
Arrival of the author at Jerusalem. The author praying before the Crucified Christ.
The author praying before Saint James at his arrival at Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
The author praying before Saint Michael at his arrival at Mont Saint-Michel, France.