Albanians (38 Subjects)
An Albanian of Greece.
Albanian butcher in Athens, by Louis Dupré.
Albanian man from Ioannina, coloured aquatint by J. Cartwright.
Albanian man, coloured aquatint by J. Cartwright.
Arnaut, coloured copper engraving by J. Cartwright.
Albanian tripe butcher bringing lamb intestines to the cats of the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul.
Çiğerci, itinerant liver seller.
The library of Hadrian seen from the house of Nikolaos Logothetis, consul of Britain in Athens. In the foreground, the soap mills. An Ottoman aga receiving a visitor; an Albanian groom.
View of the temple of Hephaestus in Athens. In the foreground, Arvanite peasants threshing corn under the supervision of a Muslim servant who is escorting his master's son. On the left, Arvanites in provisional hut (kalyvi).
The Arch of Hadrian in Athens with the temple of Olympian Zeus. The temple of Artemis Agrotera in the background. Arvanite shepherds are taking their sheep to graze.
Remains of the portico of the reservoir of the Aqueduct of Hadrian (Dexameni) at the foot of Lycabettus hill. Dairy farm belonging to Arvanites. A woman is milking her goat to make kaymak. A man has come on horseback to buy dairy products. A monk of Hagioi Asomatoi monastery is going to town with his donkey which is carrrying olives and wine. Mount Hymettus and Kaisariani monastery in the background.
Albanian family traveling.
Albanian soldier at Giurgiu, city in Wallachia (Romania).
Albanians in the Morea.
Albanian soldier from the Peloponnese.
Albanian woman from Athens.
Young Albanina woman from Lichada, Euboea.
Frontispiece to the edition. The house of the Mudir, Ottoman governor of Ohrid. A morning call in which Adelaide Mary Walker was present. An affluent Albanian lady pays a visit to the Turkish commander's wife, escorted by her young daughter. A maidservant offers the visitors flowers from the house's garden.
Albanian woman. Excerpt from ”Childe Harold's Pilgrimage” by Lord Byron.
Albanian man. Excerpt from ”Childe Harold's Pilgrimage” by Lord Byron.