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Allom, Thomas. Constantinople and the scenery of the seven churches of Asia Minor - Page 97. 1838. Kenneth Franzheim II Rare Books Room, William R. Jenkins Architecture and Art Library, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 7, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/exotic/item/1996/show/1986.

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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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Transcript GENERAL INDEX. 97 Fatimah, daughter of the prophet, emirs descended from, ii. 47 ; tomb of, 83 Fire at Tophana, i. 20; how observed and notified, i. 6 Fishing in Bosphorus, i. 40; sultan fond of, ib. Flowery shrubs in city, i. 7 Form of mosque, i. 16 Forum Augusti, ii. 6 Fountains erected by Turks, i.'7 ; inscriptions on, ib.; of Baloukli, ii. 29; church erected over, ib. Funeral, Turkish, i. 29 G Galata, origin of name,i. xxii.; fortified by Genoese, ib. tower of, ii. 46 Galiongees, or Turkish marines, ii. 46 Gallipoli, ii. 46 Gardaki, ii. 84 Gaze Hassan saves Christians, ii. 14 Gennadius installed, by the Turks, bishop of Constantinople, ii. 13, 14 Genoese settle at Constantinople, i. xi. George, St., legend of, ii. 24; patron of ^England, 25; festival kept at British palace, ib. Giant's mountain, or Jouchi Daghi, called from Joshua the son of Nun, i. 51 ; Turkish legend of, ib.; Russians encamp on, 52 Gillius, historian, ii. 2 Gionuli, or volunteers, ii. 66 Golden Horn, description of, i. 2, 3; ii. 33, 43 Goths, ii. 63 Greek, war of independence, i. xxvi. Greek and Latin churches, cause of their animosity, i. 11 ; history of Greek church, ii. 13, 14, 15, 16 Greek priest's house at Yeni Kui, i. 65; destruction of, i. 66 Guiuk Suey, sweet waters of Asia, i. 32; favourite place for recreation, ib-; various lounges there, 33; refreshments, 34 Guiumuch Hane, or silver foundery, ii. 44 Gummusch Kubbe, burial-place of sultans, ii. 51 Guzel-hissar, caravanserai, i. 76 Gygean lake, ii. 93 H Hagiography of modern Greeks, ii. 31 Haidhos, pass of, in Balkan mountains, i. 56 Hakim Bashi, chief physician, ii. 59 Halet Effendi, head of, exhibited on silver dish, ii. 7 Halish Oglou, healthy Armenian village, ii. 45 Hannibal, monument of, i. 28 Hasskui, residence of Jews, ii. 45; extreme insalubrity, ib.; description of inhabitants, ib. Hebdomum, situation of church of St. John, ii. 35 Hebrus, now called Marizza, ii. 62 Hellena, head over gate of Smyrna, ii. 7, 8 Hermus, river of, ii. 9. Hierapolis, or Pambouk Kalesi, description of, i. 70; deleterious exhalations of, 7 ; rivers of, ii. 17—20 Hilarion, bishop of Tornova, residence on summit of Balkans, ii. 53; translates the Bible into modern Greek, ib. 2. 2 c Hippodrome, or Atmeidan, description of, i. 44 ; ii. 3 Houses, peculiarities of Turkish, i. 32 Hummal, or Turkish porter, his remedy for fatigue, i. 8 Ham mam, Turkish baths, i. 35 Hunkair, meaning of word, i. 50; Iskelessi, treaty of. why so called, 52 Huns, ii. 63 Hurricanes in Princess' Islands, ii. 21 Hydralia of Greeks of the lower empire, i. 14 I Iconoclasts, image-breakers, ii. 32 Inauguration of the sultan, i. 49 Irene, death of, i. xvi.; widow of H. Leo builds a monastery on Princess' Islands, ii. 20 Islam, the meaning of, i. xii. Istambol - dichare, extra-mural quarter of Constantinople, ii. 47 J Janissaries, origin of corps, i. xiii.; destruction of, xxvi., xxvii. ; devastation of tombs, 24; headless bodies arranged in street, ii. 39, 40; adherents attempt to burn city, 61 Jason, Columbus of the ancient world, i. p. i., ii. 56 ; name preserved in Bosphorus, 10 Jews encouraged by Selim, i. xvii.; came from Spain, ib.; similarity of usages to Turks, ib.; settlement at Haskui, ii. 45 Joannina, ii. 78 Johannes I., Jesabel of Thyatira, lead people u ii. 41; Johannes Zemisces, i. xxxii..; Johannes II. Comnenus, xxxiii. ; Johannes III. Cantacuzene, xxxiv.; Johannes IV. Paleeologus, ib.; Johann- Paleeologus, ib.; Johannes Zemisces, ii. 31 ; poet with flowing hair, 51 Job, Turkish account of, i. 48, 49 Jovian emperor restores Christianity, i. vi.; family of, xxviii. Jouchi Daghi, Giant's Mountain, i. 51 Julian, the apostate, i. p. v., vi., xxviii. K Kalifs, lineal descendants of prophet, ii. 50 Keab, veil of, ii. 49 , Kef, Marjam, 76 Kiorod, son of Bajazet, ii. 10 Kislas, janissaries' barracks, ii. 67 Kislar Aga, chief of black eunuchs, ii. 57 Kiz Koulasi, or Maiden's Tower, legend of, i. 83, 84 Kiz Achmet, ii. 73 Kiupruli, his singular fortune, i. xxii. Kleftes, ii. 84 Kolokithia, name of gourd, i. 8 Kombaragees, barrack of, ii. 44 Koran not allowed to be printed, why, i. 51 ; various precepts of, ii. 18; translated by sultans, 60 ; hung up in turbes, 51