Arabs (128 Subjects)
Arab inhabitants of Jerusalem.
1. Mameluke costume . 2. Lady of Mount Lebanon. 3. Arab Princess from Lebanon.
Arab of Palestine.
Title page. Scenes from the author's trip to the Mediterranean.
Pompey's Pillar, also known as Triumphal pillar of Diocletian, in Alexandria, Egypt.
View of the great hypostele of the Temple of Amun-Re at the Precinct of Amun-Re in Karnak.
Jacob Breuning, his companion Carlierde Pinon, and their escorts setting off to Mount Sinai (from Cairo).
Jacob Breuning, his companion Carlier de Pinon, and their escorts on their way to Mount Sinai.
Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon in Ottoman costumes at Tripoli, Lebanon. Also depicted their escorts, a local interpreter and a Janissary.
Jacob Breuning his companion Carlier de Pinon, and their escort, a local interpreter and a Janissary, on their way to Tripoli, Lebanon.
Frenchmen observing the invocations of an Arab fortune-teller.
Arab woman from Egypt.
Inhabitan of the wast coast of Syria.
Arab Bedouin woman from Sahara desert, with her child.
Arab story teller entertaining the population of a Fellah village in Egypt.
A building near Tartus, Syria.
A Bedouin woman. An Arab Bedouin.
A Turkish man from Acre (today in Israel). A Muslic woman of the desert, of Arabic ethnicity.
An Arab from Syria. A Muslim woman of Arabic ethnicity from Egypt.
A captain (general) of the army of Ibrahim Pasha of Egypt, during the Cretan campaign.
Wonan from Egypt.
Arab man from Syria.
Muslim Arab praying.
Lebanese woman. In the background, Mount Lebanon.
Women of the Sultan's harem on their promenade, chaperoned by Kislar Aga, head of the eunuchs of the Imperial Palace.
The Greek alphabet. Arab residents of Jerusalem.
Death of the author's travelling companion in the desert.
View of Tyre, Lebanon. Inhabitants of Lebanon in traditional costume.