Animals (1526 Subjects)
Jerusalem, from the Mount of Olives.
Djouni. The Residence of Lady Hester Stanhope.
Castles on the river Cadesha near Tripoli.
Views of the port of Piraeus. The Exchange buiding and the garden of admiral Tinan. Raisin seller on the quay.
Piraeus around 1860.
Traditional costumes of Messenia.
Turkish caravan in Thessaly.
General view of Athens, charting the main sights and monuments. Salamis, Aegina and the coast of the Peloponnese in the background.
The Gate of Athena Archegetis in Athens.
The Temple of Artemis Agrotera at Ilissus river.
The Horologion of Andronikos Kyrristos (Tower of the Winds) in Athens. The Acropolis in the background. The person standing at the entrance of the monument with his back turned is Seikh Mustafa, chief of the order of Whirling Dervishes, who used the monument as their tekije (dervish lodge). The image also depicts an woman from affluent family promenading with her daughters and maidservant.
Hadrian's Library, seen from the house of Nikolaos Logothetis, consul of Britain in Athens. In the foreground, the soap mills, an Ottoman aga receiving a visitor and an Albanian groom.
Athens from the foor of Anchesmus [Lycabettus].
The remains of the Temple of Olympian Zeus and the southeast angle of the Acropolis and the Parthenon.
The village of Marathon with a distant view of the plain.
The Erechtheion. Engraving from the edition of James Stuart and Nicholas Revett.
The Tzisdaraki mosque in Monastiraki.
Landscape near Athens.
The monastery of Petraki. Mount Hymettus in the background.
Kazasker, chief judge of the Ottoman empire.
Muslim hermit able to tame wild animals due to having lived among them for a long time.
Horseman of the Deli, light cavalry unit, distinguished for their courage and fearlessness.
Sketch of mouflon or wild sheep of Crete (sp. Ovis orientalis).
Sketches made by Edward Lear during his stay on Crete.
Sketch depicting Edward Lear as he climbs the Cretan mountains hagning from the corns of a mouflon (wild sheep) of Crete.
Sketch depicting mouflons (wild sheep) of Crete) on the tops of the Cretan mountains.
Sketch of kri-kri (Cretan goat).
Caricature by Edward Lear: “The landscape artist escapes with difficulty from an enraged moufflon.”
The crossing of Pindus, by Louis Dupré.