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Upper left: Relief from gate at the sea walls of Rhodes. Upper centre: Relief from the castle of Saint George at Rhodes. Upper right: Relief from tower at the walls of Rhodes. Bottom: Inscriptions seenby the author in the medieval town of Rhodes.
Coats of arms of the Knights Hospitaller from the street of the Knights and other nearby streets in the medieval old town of Rhodes.
Coats of arms of the Knights Hospitaller from the street of the Knights in the medieval old town of Rhodes.
The port of Lindos on Rhodes island, seen from the sea. On the left, part of the city's medieval castle.
The Tower and Fort of Saint Nicholas at Mandraki, Rhodes.
The remains of the church of the Knights Hospitaller, Rhodes, after the explosion which occurred in the earthquake of 1856.
Scene from the siege of Rhodes, 1522.
View of the harbour and the medieval fortifications of Rhodes, Naillac Tower on the right. View of the Harpy Tomb at Xanthus, Asia Minor.
View of the port of Rhodes. View of Yaffa, Israel. Ottomans playing chess. Ottoman women having coffee in their private quarters.
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Members of the Ottoman cavalry during the siege of Rhodes.
The Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller and other knights of the order in Rhodes.
Costumes of Jewish people from Rhodes island, worn by Jacob Breuning and his companion Carlier de Pinon. On the left, their Jewish guide, Abraham.
View of the medieval town of Rhodes.
Fig. 1. Rock-cut mausoleum in Fethiye (anc. Telmessos) in Asia Minor. Fig. 2. Lanscape at the Gulf of Saint Paul, in Lindos (Rhodes).
View of the medieval city of Rhodes. On the right the Naillac Tower, constructed during the era of the Grand Master of the Knights Hospitaller Philibert de Naillac, hence its name, and demolished in the mid-19th century.
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"Archocrateion", Hellenistic rock cut tomb, at Lindos, Rhodes.
Coats of arms from the medieval town of Rhodes. The band which separates the upper from the lower frescoes in the church of Hagios Georgios Chostos in Filerimos, Rhodes. Niches from the church of Saint John in the medieval town of Rhodes, which housed the statues of the Apostles, according to the author.
Dressing room in the Baths of Suleiman in Rhodes.
Peristyle of the military quarters of the Knights Hospitaller in Rhodes, which, according to the author served as a stable for the order's horses.
The interior of the Church of Panagia of Filerimos, seen from the west.
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