Pouqueville François Charles Hugues Laurent, “Corinth and Acrocorinth (Corinthe)”, in Grèce, Paris, 1835.
Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “Vue de Corinthe. Prise du pied de la citadelle (view of Corinth from the citadelle)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey), in La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron de Stackelberg, lithograph, 22,10x37,50, Paris, 1834.
Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “L'ancienne agora de Corinthe (The ancient Agora of Corinth)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey), in La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron de Stackelberg, lithograph, 21x37,5, Paris, 1834.
Moncel Théodose Achille Louis Vicomte du, ”Corinth”, in Excursion par terre d’ Athènes à Nauplie, lithograph, around 1845.
Gell William, “Corinth. Acrocorinth and the palace of the Bey, seen from the North”, London, British Museum, Sir William Gell collection, Greek and Roman Department, Gell Notebook 3, p. 9, pencil sketch.
Mayer Luigi, “The city of Corinth”, in Mayer Luigi, Views in the Ottoman Empire, chiefly in Caramania, a part of Asia Minor hitherto unexplored; with some curious selections from the islands of Rhodes and Cyprus, and the celebrated cities of Corinth, Carthage, and Tripoli: from the original drawings in the possession of Sir R. Ainslie, taken during his embassy to Constantinople by Luigi Mayer: with historical observations and incidental illustrations of the manners and customs of the natives of the country, coloured Lithograph, London, 1803.
Irton Major, “Corinth from the Acrocorinth”, in Edward Dodwell's, A classical and topographical tour through Greece, v. II, engraving, London,1819.
Irton Major, “Corinth from the Acrocorinth”, in Edward Dodwell's, A classical and topographical tour through Greece, v. II, engraving, London,1819.
Page William, “Acrocorinth”.
Page William, “Corinth and Acrocorinth”,in Finden's Landscape and portrait illustrations to the life and works of Lord Byron, v. III, engraving, London, 1833.
Page William, “Corinth from the Acropolis”, in Finden's Landscape and portrait illustrations to the life and works of Lord Byron, v. II, engraving, 1833.
Geyer A, “Corinth”, (drawn by Geyer, engraved by French, W.), from an English edition of the Bible, engraving, 15x21,20, 2nd half of the 19th c.
Wordsworth Christopher, “Gulf of Corinthus from Acrocorinthus”, in Greece pictorial, descriptive, & historical by Christopher Wordsworth, D.D. Lord Bishop of Lincoln, with numerous Engravings illustrative of the Scenery, Architecture, Costume, and Fine Arts of that Country and a History of the Characteristics of Greek Art by George Schraf, F.S.A. Director, Keeper, and Secretary of the National Portrait Gallery, London, 1882.
Bough Samuel, “The town and Isthmia of Corinth from the Acropolis”, (drawn by Bough, engraved by Miller W.), in The Imperial Bible Dictionary. engraving, 11,60x20,40 London, 1866.
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