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The head of Ali Pasha exhibited at the court of Topkapi Palace.
Pompey's Pillar, shewing the mode by which some English Sailors first gained an ascent to the capital of the Column.
Entrance to the Pyramid of Cheops at Giza.
Stademann drawing the panorama of Athens from the Hill of the Nymphs.
The Erechtheion. Engraving from the edition of James Stuart and Nicholas Revett.
Fund reaising for the Greek cause.
Part of the fortifications of Nea Plevrona, also known as Kyra – Rini castle.
The author and a sailor at the bow of their boat.
View of the Erechtheion. Workmen excavating to reveal the base of the prostasis underneath the Caryatids. Ottoman official Dizdar Aǧa is leaning on his son-in-law's shoulder while two other Ottomans are supervising the excavations in order to keep him informed and to ensure that the British are not carrying away the archaeological findings. On the foreground a man, probably James Stuart, drawing the monument.
The remains of the Temple of Priapus at Lampsacus (today Lapseki).
Vie of Istanbul from the French Embassy at Pera (Beyoğlu).
Interior view of the Yerebatan Cistern, Istanbul. In the foreground two Ottomans are measuring the length of the site. On the background two west Europeans admiring the cistern.
The prairie of Büyükdere, Istanbul.
Orthodox priest guides a gentleman of west European origin into the interior section of a rock-cut mausoleum in Palaiopolis, Cythera.
The ruins of the putative Temple of Aphrodite in Palaiopolis, Cythera. According to the legend at this site stood a statue of Helen of Troy, as well as a castle of Menelaus.
West European travelers are resting at the ruins of an ancient building in Messenia.
View of Aplunari, hill close to the Temple of Aphrodite and the port of Avlemonas (or Kastri) on Cythera.
Persian mausoleum in Çehel-minar, close to Şiraz (Iran).
View of Tenedos (Bozcaada).
View of Kadıköy. In the background Maiden's Tower and part of the Seraglio Point.
View of Istanbul from Bulgurlu hill at Üsküdar. In the foreground two west European men, one of whom is most probably the author himself, are chatting with Ottoman men.
The march of the Sultan from Topkapi Palace to the mosque, on the day of Bayram.
The Hippodrome of Constantinople. In the background the Obelisks of the Byzantine Emperors Theodosius II and Constantine VII. On the left the Mosque of Sultan Ahmed I.
View of the Ottoman shipyards of Kasımpaşa on the Golden Horn.
View of Istanbul from Büyükdere, on the European shores of the Bosporus.
View of Üsküdar from Pera (Beyoğlu).
View of the park of Pera, next to the cemetery. This park started off the area around today's Taxim square and through the neighborhoods of Gümüşsuyu and Fındıklı it reached the shores of Bosporus.
The seaside kiosk of Sultan Selim III at Bebek, on the European shores of Bosporus. In this kiosk the Sultan and other Ottoman officials of high ranks gave audience to representatives of foreign states.
View of Hünkar Iskelesi, north of Beykoz, on the Asiatic shores of the Bosporus.
Ottoman villas at Tarabya, on the European shores of the Bosporus.