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Allom, Thomas. Constantinople and the scenery of the seven churches of Asia Minor - Page 96. 1838. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 27, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/1996/show/1985.

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Title Constantinople and the scenery of the seven churches of Asia Minor
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  • Allom, Thomas
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  • Walsh, Robert
Publisher Fisher, Son, & Co.
Date 1838
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  • Istanbul, Turkey
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Transcript 96 GENERAL INDEX. historic events of, ib; beauty of shores, 11; entrance to from Black Sea, 52, description of, 53; palaces on, 69; rapids of, ib; ii. 20 Brousa, warm baths, i. 28, 29; ii. 51 Buda, ii. 75 Bulgarians, character and habits of, i. 55, 56; ii. minstrels of, 52 Burial, Turkish ceremonies of, i. 24 Buyuk Tchekmadge', or Great Bridge, ii. 58, 61 Byron, Lord, his tomb at Missolonghi, ii. 91 Byzantium, origin of, i. p. ii; taken by the Romans, iii; chosen by Constantine, iv C Caffinet, interior of, i. 59, 61 Caiques, description of, i. 4; hane, ii. 46 Cairo, ii. 44 Caloyers, Greek monks, i. 22; escape of one, 32; meaning of name, ii. 15 Candaules, king of Lydia, ii. 93 Cannon, enormous one cast by Mahomet II. i. xiv; fondness of Turks for, 20 Cantacuzen6, allows the Genoea to build a wall round Galata, i. xii. xxiv *, builds Joannina, ii. 78 Calosso, Italian riding-master, ii. 66 Cara Osman Oglou, family of, ii. 31 Caravanserai, description of, i. 76; at Guzel-hissar, ib. Carpoos, water-melon, i. 8 Capitan Pasha, ii. 59, 60 Capi Tchocadar, found assassinated, ii. 59 Casas Arptine presents the sultan with steam-boat, ii.62 Casim Pasha, district of, ii. 58, 59 Cavac, general name for melon, i. 8 Cemetery of Scutari, i. 12; extreme beauty of, and why enlarged, 13; Petit Champ des Morts, 23 Chalcsedon, building of, i. p. i; called City of Blind Men, p. ii. Chalki, island of, ii. 21 Chocsecen, castle of Europe, why so called, i. 11 Chrysostom, his chair, ii. 48 Circassia, description of, ii. 55; slaves of, 56 Cistern of Bin-bir-derek, i. 14; Yere-batan Serai', 82,83 Clazomenae, ii. 80 Coal-mine, i. 6 Comneni, family of, i. xxxii; ii. 7 Confectionary, Turkish, i. 34 Constantine, his conversion and success, i.p.iii; family of, xxviii; ii. 35. 52 Constantinople, building of, i. v; enlarged by Theodosius, vi; attacked by Saracens, vii; taken by crusaders, ix; devastation of, x; recovered by Greeks, xi; visited by Genoese, ib; taken by Mahomet II. xv; emperors and sultans of, from time of dedication to present day, xxviii., xxxvi; view of Golden Horn, i; description of, 1,2; objects which strike a stranger in, 59, 60; halls of, 81; ii. 45, 46,58 Crescent, origin of, i. p. ii. Crete, taken by Mahomet IV. i. 21 Cross on Turkish flags, i. 6 Crusaders, i. viii.; barbarity, ix. x.; where crossed the Bosphorus, 10 Cybele, statue of, ii. 11 Cyclades of Propontis, ii. 20; anchored in, by Admiral Duckworth, 21 ; resorted to in time of plague, 22 Cypress, funeral tree of Turks, why, i. 12; attains a magnificent size, ib. D Daniel, robe of purple, ii. 41 Dardanelles, ii. 20 Darius, where he crossed the Bosphorus, i. 10 Delhi Abdalla, anecdotes of, i. 5; Capitan Pasha, ib. Delhi Delila, description of, ii. 66 Dere' beys, lords of the valleys, ii. 11 Diana, temple of, Ephesus, i. 64; ii. 42 Djami, mosque of, i. 17 ; ii. 49 Diocletian, his persecution, i. p. iii. Du-kirke, burying place of sultans, ii. 51 Diomedes fed his horses on human flesh, ii. 62 Diospolis, or Laodicea, ii. 86 Divan, why so called, ii. 67; used for court of j ustice, ib.; galibe* or council - chamber, 69; for payment of troops, 70 ; reception of foreign ministers, 71 Dj uze Khenana, reciters of the sacred page, ii. 50 Dogs in market-places, i. 8; in Turkish cemeteries, 25 Dolma, a species of gourd, i. 8. Domosdere, valley of boats, coal-mine at, i. 6 ] Druno, ii. 81 Ederne, ii. 74 Elizabeth, queen of England, Latin letter to Selim II. i. xx. Emir Sultan, Brusa, i. 91; ii. 47 Emperors of Constantinople, family of Constantine, i. xxviii.; of Jovian, ib.; of Valentinianus, ib.; of Theodosius, xxix.; of Leo, ib.; of Anastatius, ib.; of Justinus Thrax, ib.; of Tiberius, ib.; of Phocas, xxx.; of Heraclius, ib.; of Leo Isaurus, ib. ; of LeoArmenus,xxxi..; of Michael Balbus, ib.; of Basilius Macedo, xxxii.; of the Comneni, ib.; of Ducas, xxxiii.; of the Frank family, ib.; of the Palseologi, xxxiv. English commence intercourse with Turks, i. xix. Ephesus, first church of the Apocalypse, i. 63—65; temple and amphitheatre at, 64; ii. 8—42 Execution of officers of seraglio, i. 41 Euridice, where lamented by Orpheus, ii. 62 Eyoub, or Job, three recognized by Turks, i. 48; mosque of, 49; inauguration of sultan, ib.; tomb, 50; beauty of place, ib.; ii. 33—48 Ezzan, or call to prayer, i. 16 Fanal, or Greeks of, sent to Princess' Islands, ii. 23; why so called, 47 Fanariots, Greeks of Fanal, reduced in number, ii. 48