Alexandria (62 Subjects)
Tame civet ssen in Alexandria.
Pompey's Pillar, or Triumphal pillar of Diocletian, in Alexandria.
The Obelisk of Cleopatra in Alexandria.
Survey of the country between Aboukir & Alexandria in Egypt.
View of Alexandria. Philosophers and scholars of antiquity: Demosthenes, Aristoteles, Epicurus, Callisthenes, Xenocrates.
View of Alexandria.
Map of the ports of Alexandria.
Map of Alexandria with sketch of the Patriarchal throne.
Pompey's Pillar (Triumphal pillar of Diocletian) in Alexandria.
Plans of catacombs in Alexandria together with floor plan of fortress in Nicopolis, and map of the isle Latonia, close to Rosetta.
Roman inscriptions: Ι. Inscription on granite pillar in the old port of Alexandria. ΙΙ. Inscription on marble. ΙΙΙ. Inscription on pylon from a temple in Qaw el-Kebir (anc. Antaiopolis).
Map of Alexandria coastline, from Marabou to Abu Qir.
Shells of crustaceans discovered by Olivier in various places: Lake Mareotis in Egypt (1), Egypt (2), Orontes river (3), outskirts of Beirut (4A, 4B), outskirts of Alexandria (5a, 5b), outskirts of Sanliurfa, modern-day Turkey (8A, 8B), Alexandria (9A,9B), outskirts of Beirut (10A, 10B).
Pompey's Pillar, also known as Triumphal pillar of Diocletian, in Alexandria, Egypt.
The port of Alexandria.
Civet in Alexandria.
Egyptian mongoose ( Herpestes Ichneumon).
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon on their way from Alexandria to Rosetta, accompanied by their Jewish interpreter, Raphael. In the background Egyptians collecting dates.
Chameleon from Egypt.
Port of the city of Tennis or Tinis on the Nile Delta.
Nautical chart of the port of Alexandria.
View of Alexandria, Egypt.
View of the catacombs of Alexandria.
18. Map of Alexandria. 19. Turban of a mufti. 20, 21. Drawing on the movement of the planets, accompanying the author's analysis of Galilee's theory.
Imaginary depiction of the royal palaces of Alexandria, supposedly built by Alexander the Great.
The old port of Alexandria.
The triumphal column of Diocletian (Column of Pompey) in Alexandria.
The anchorage of Alexandria. Top: On the left, Qaitbay fortress. In the middle, the triumphal column of Diocletian (Column of Pompey). Bottom: The Pasha's Palace.
Obelisk of Cleopatra, Alexandria.