The Bibliography lists the manuscripts, books, printed articles, online resources and other works referred to in the main text in alphabetical order of authors/compilers, irrespective of the scholarly value or originality of the writing. Since the expectation-setting and authority-claiming paratextual role of the title page of a printed book, that situates the claimed relationship of the text to its implied, hoped for, and in many cases, actual contemporary historic readers, text not now normally available on digital catalogues is always useful and often needed to understand the discursive terms, including the claims to having an authority that makes their words worthy of respect that are made by the authors and compilers, within which a reading transaction was conducted, I have, in cases where I consider the information is most needed and useful, included the information.1 In a few cases I have also added occasional notes, for example about print runs, an indicator of potential readership. Since conventions for place names, transcriptions, transliterations, and citations of ancient authors are frequently changed, and seem set to continue to be frequently changed, I have not imposed consistency, but have tried throughout to meet the needs of present day potential readers and users. In citing ancient authors in the latter chapters, I have generally followed the convention of the open access Perseus hopper, that at the time of writing, is not only the best, but also for many potential readers, the only freely available rsource where most of the ancient writers in Greek and Latin can be accessed along with a translation into English, albeit often in editions prepared long ago.

Manuscripts and pictures

General collections

British National Archives, Kew. Described in Chapters 1 and 6

British Library, noted separately under main author

British Museum, Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities. Manuscripts and pictures not all fully catalogued

Royal Institute of British Architects. Many manuscripts and pictures, catalogue available online

Individual collections

Anon. An early eighteenth century Italian manuscript account of Athens and elsewhere, following the Ottoman reconquest of the Morea in 1715. British Library, Add MS 8624

Babington Smith papers, Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge

[Bacon], Journals and Travels of Major d’Arcy Bacon, in Greece in 1826, Bodleian Library, Oxford

Burgon, Thomas. A notebook describing his travels and excavations for antiquities in Athens in 1813. King’s College, London, Archives

[Byron and Gropius], Correspondence of Gropius with Lord Aberdeen about Gropius’s complaint that Byron had been unfair in saying he was a dealer in antiquities in Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, A Romaunt, British Library Add MS 43230

Caraman, Comte A. de, Journals in Greece, Turkey, and elsewhere in 1828–38, 3 vols, BL Add MS 34197–34199

Church, Sir Richard, A large archive of papers relating to his activities in Greece, British Library

Conrath, Joseph, notebook. BL Add Mss 58207

Cullum, John, ‘An Attempt to illustrate the British Museum.’ A collection of drawings, of newspaper cuttings, and of engravings and letterpress extracted from various works], British Library

[Damage to monuments during the German and other Axis powers military occupation of Greece, 1941–1945], Correspondence between Colonel Sir Leonard Woolley [Archaeological Advisor to the War Office], and Miss E. Clay of the British Committee on the Preservation of Works of Art. The Committee under the chairmanship of the judge Macmillan, that had investigated the damage done to the sculptures from the Parthenon in the British Museum], dated July 1945, concerning a report [updating an earlier annotated draft report from January 1945, also included], on the condition of prehistoric, classical and Byzantine antiquities and sites in Greece and the Greek islands. Kew T 209/15

[Elgin, 7th Earl of], A large collection of official and personal papers in the possession of the family, Broomhall, Fife. Many of those relating to the Elgin Marbles have been transcribed and printed

[Elgin, Lady Elgin], Letters and others papers of Mary, Lady Elgin, previously in the possession of Mr Julian Brooke, now in the Library of the Department of Greece and Rome, British Museum.They add to the collection published as The Letters of Mary Nisbet of Dirleton, Countess of Elgin Arranged by Lieut.-Colonel Nisbet Hamilton Grant (London: Murray, 1926), confirming with exceptions their general reliability according to the editing conventions of that time. Others have been made available in other publications and blogs, notably by Nagel, Susan, The Mistress of the Elgin Marbles: A Biography of Mary Nisbet, Countess of Elgin (Chichester: Wiley, 2004)

Garston, Edgar, Manuscript account of a campaign in 1826 with other papers relating to his visits to Greece as a philhellene and later. Copies of kindly provided by Ian Watson

[Gordon], Aberdeen University Library. An extensive archive of Thomas Gordon. See Kasdagli, Aglaia E., ‘Descriptive List of the letters and papers of Thomas Gordon 1800–1841 and supplementary papers and other material, 1841–1984. MS 1160/19–26’, Aberdeen University Library (Aberdeen, 1995). Described also in ‘Exploring the papers of the Scottish philhellene Thomas Gordon (1788–1841)’, in Kampos, Cambridge Papers in Modern Greek, 3 (1995), 45

Guildford. Papers of Lord Guildford, including letters to him from Greece, 1824–26, British Library Add 88900/1/36

[Guillet], ‘Description de la ville de Constantinople et de ses Antiquitées par Guillet de la guilletierre.’ Autograph manuscript 242 pages, unprinted. Apparently the fair copy text of a work that Guillet had intended to publish following the apparent success of his works on Athens and Lacedaimon, whose claims were exposed in the controversy with Spon. Private collection

Hamilton, William Richard, a letter to Edward Daniel Clarke, dated only ‘1808.’ BL, Add. MS. 56486

Haygarth, William, Sketch-books, containing numerous pencil, pen, and water-colour sketches, of views and costumes, made in Greece 1810–1811. Gennadius Library, Athens

[Hobhouse diary], Hobhouse’s manuscript diary of his visit to Greece with Lord Byron in 1809/10. British Library. I rely on the draft of the transcribed ‘Athenian Calendar’ prepared by the late William C. Eliot that he kindly sent me on 17 July 2006

Hore, James, watercolours and sketches made in Athens in 1835. Private collection by permission

Hunt papers, a collection of papers and transcripts, including the Italian version of the firman given to Lord Elgin, previously in the possession of the Rev. Philip Hunt, Lord Elgin’s chaplain, and later of his family and of the present author, with other primary materials added later. British Museum Department of Greece and Rome where they are available to the public

Hurst Robinson, publishers of books and engravings, papers relating to its sudden financial collapse in 1826. Kew, B3/2417

King, Dorothy Louise Victoria, The Sculptural Decoration of the Doric Order ca. 375–31 BC. Unpublished PhD. dissertation, King’s College, London, 2000. Copy kindly supplied by the author

Lagogianni-Georgakarakos, M. & Koutsogiannis Th. (eds) ‘These are what we fought for’ — Antiquities and the Greek War of Independence (Athens: Archaeological Resources Fund, 2020). An online exhibition.

Macmillan, Lord. ‘Papers relating to damage to the sculptures of the Parthenon 1938–1936. British Library Additional mss 54575 volume 1. Substantial extracts were published by St Clair, William, ‘The Elgin Marbles: Questions of Stewardship and Accountability’, in International Journal of Cultural Property 8 (2) 1999, 391–521,

Master, Rev. Robert Mosley, Journal of a tour in Egypt, Palestine and Greece in 1818/19. British Library Add MS 51313. Although edited later, this account contains valuable information about Athens on the eve of the Greek Revolution

Napier, Charles James, notebook, relating to a visit to Greece, February and March 1821, British Library Add MS 49139

Observations on the Parthenon Sculpture in the British Museum. The authors of this Report of a scientific team are listed as A. Mandis, E. Papakonstantinou, K. Kouzeli, and E. Korka, under the supervision of Professor Th. Skoulikides. The Report of the Scientific Team appointed by the Greek Ministry of Culture that, between 28 October 1999 and 3 November, with modern instruments, and drawing on the plentiful documentary and photographic records, that had mostly not been available until shortly before, described the damage done to the surfaces of the Parthenon Marbles in the British Museum during the Duveen years. Circulated in typescript but not printed. Available on request

Nicolopoulos, J.A., Inventaire du fonds grec au Quai d’Orsay correspondance politique 1707–1833 mémoires et documents 1821–1862, collection de l’institut français d’Athènes (Paris: Centre de Recherches néo-helléniques de la Fondation Nationale de la Recherche scientifique 18, 1975). Lists with dates and some extracts

Das Pionier Battaillon 70 in Griechenland, Zeit vom 11.2.1941 bis 20.6.1941, Gezeichnet von Obgefr, Musil und Gefr. Ihlemann. Album with maps, family photographs and amateur snapshots of the march of the unit from Germany to Greece. Private collection

Pittakis, Kyriakos, Letter in French to C.H. Bracebridge, dated from Athens 30 June 1837, on the recent discoveries of polychromy. Library of Royal Institute of British Architects

Reveley, Willey, A volume of manuscript notes, mainly architectural, apparently transcribed from observations made in Athens and elsewhere in 1785. Library of the Royal Institute of British Architects, ReW

Smith, Arthur Hamilton, Archaeological and other papers, including some relating to the manipulation of the press at the time reports of the Duveen damage began to circulate. Wren Library, Trinity College, Cambridge

Wilson, Robert, ‘Travel Journal of Robert Wilson: Greece and Sicily, 1818/19 and 1825/26.’ Aberdeen University Library

Vernon, Francis, notebook of his visit to Athens in company with Jacob Spon and George Wheler, 1674, Library of the Royal Society, London. Substantial extracts were transcribed by Norre, noted below

Wolfe, John Lewis, Sketchbooks and journals especially SKB/376/3 and SKB /376/5, that record his visits to Athens in 1820 and 1821, RIBA

Manuscript journals and other papers of Robert Wood. Institute of Classical Studies Library, London. Summarised with brief extracts by Butterworth, J.A. ‘Library Supplement: The Wood Collection’. The Journal of Hellenic Studies, 106 (1986), 197–200

Printed and Online Archival Sources

The Greek Revolution of 1821: Digital Archive. Greek archives relating to the Revolution of 1821. A database of documents, including those of the Greek government and provisional governments before independence, with much else and more planned, in progress,

Laborde, Comte de, Athènes aux XVe, XVIe et XVIIe siècles, d’après des documents inédits, etc par le Comte de Laborde, membre de l’Institut Langues français (Paris: J. Renouard, 1854). The fuller, two volume, edition includes printed and engraved materials that were then scarcely known, noted separately below.

Omont, Henri, ed., Athènes au XVIIe siècle. Dessins des sculptures du Parthénon attribués à J. Carrey et conservés à la Bibliothèque nationale, accompagnés de vues et plans d’Athènes et de l’Acropole (Paris: Leroux, 1898)

Lagogianni-Georgakarakos, M. and Koutsogiannis Th. (eds) ‘These are what we fought for’ — Antiquities and the Greek War of Independence (Athens: Archaeological Resources Fund, 2020). An online exhibition,

Lesk, Alexandra L., A Diachronic Examination of the Erechtheion and its Reception (Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Cincinnati, 2004), phd vol i text.pdf 

[Omont Missions], Missions archéologiques françaises en Orient aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Documents publiés par Henri. Omont membre de l’Insitut et du Comité des Travaux historiques et scientifiques (Paris: Collection de documents inédits, 1902)

Prousis, Theophilus C., British Embassy Reports on the Greek Uprising in 1821–1822: War of Independence or War of Religion? (2011). History Faculty Publications. 21. [Substantial extracts from the reports of Lord Strangford to Foreign Secretary at Kew, with commentary],

Prousis, Theophilus C., Lord Strangford at the Sublime Porte (1821): The Eastern Crisis, volume I (Istanbul: Isis Press, 2010)

Prousis, Theophilus C., Lord Strangford at the Sublime Porte (1822): The Eastern Crisis, volume II (Istanbul: Isis Press, 2012)

Prousis, Theophilus C., Lord Strangford at the Sublime Porte (1823): The Eastern Crisis, volume III (Istanbul: Isis Press, 2014)

Prousis, Theophilus C., Lord Strangford at the Sublime Porte (1824): The Eastern Crisis, volume IV (Istanbul: Isis Press, 2017)

[Meyer], Epirus, Ali Pasha and the Greek Revolution, Consular Reports of William Meyer from Preveza, edited by E. Prevelakes; K. Kalliatake Mertikopoulou (Athens: Academy of Athens, 1996). Two volumes covering 1821 and 1822.

Tsarouchas, Costas [publisher], ‘Akropolis von Athen.’ Facsimiles, with translations, and comments on, a selection of twenty documents from the official papers in a file of the Bavarian Regency Government, 1834 to 1842 (Athens: Alethea, 2012)

Kriegsweihnacht 1941 4./G.K. N.A.449. Funkkcompanie Einsatz Griechenland u. Serbien. An album of inserted photographs taken by three unnamed German soldiers during the invasion and occupation of 1941. The album was apparently specially customized for the unit. Private collection

[Williams], Rock, Joseph, The Life and Work of Hugh William Williams, PhD dissertation, University of Edinburgh, 1996

Young, C.B., a junior British naval officer and courier, letters 1833, with descriptions of Athens and other places visited. British Museum, Library of Department of Greece and Rome

Printed and Online Books and Articles

Listed are the sources and authorities referred to in the main text in alphabetical order of authors.

Aberdeen, Earl of, An Inquiry into the Principles of Beauty in Grecian Architecture (London: Murray, 1822)

[Aberdeen, Lord], Balfour, Lady Frances, The life of George, fourth earl of Aberdeen, K.G., K.T. (London: Hodder, 1922)

[Acropolis Museum], Catalogue of the Acropolis Museum [by Guy Dickins and Stanley Casson], two vols (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1912, 1921)

Addison, Charles G., Damascus and Palmyra: a journey to the East. With a sketch of the state and prospects of Syria, under Ibrahim Pasha (London: Bentley, 1838)

Adams, W.H. Davenport, Temples, tombs, and monuments of ancient Greece and Rome. A description and a history of some of the most remarkable memorials of classical architecture (London: Nelson, 1871)

Aiton, John, D.D., Minister of Dolphinton, The Lands of the Messiah, Mahomet, and the Pope (London and Edinburgh: Fullarton, second edition, 1852)

Alcidamas, The works and fragments; edited with introduction, translation and commentary by J.V. Muir (London: Bristol Classical Press, 2001)

Alcock, Thomas, Travels in Russia, Persia, Turkey, and Greece, in 1828–9 (London: privately printed, 1831)

Aldenhoven, Ferdinand, Itinéraire descriptif de l’Attique et du Péloponèse, avec cartes et plans topographiques (Athens: Adolf Nast, 1854). An earlier edition was published in 1841

Alexander, William Lindsay, D.D., St. Paul at Athens (Edinburgh: Black, 1865)

Aligny, Theodore, Vues des Sites les plus Célebres de la Grèce Antique, designées sur Nature et Gravées à l’eau forte (Paris: for the author, 1845). A facsimile edition, edited in English, Commercial Bank of Greece, 1971

Allan, John Harrison. Member of the Athenian Archaeological Society, and of the Egyptian Society of Cairo, A Pictorial Tour In the Mediterranean: Including Malta, Dalmatia, Turkey, Asia Minor, Grecian Archipelago, Egypt, Nubia, Greece, Ionian Islands, Sicily, Italy, and Spain (London: Longman, 1843)

Allen, Richard, Letters from Egypt, Syria, and Greece Reprinted from the General Advertiser (Dublin: Gunn and Cameron, 1869)

[Allen, William], Life of William Allen: With selections from his correspondence. In three volumes (London: Gilpin, 1846–1847)

Allinson, Francis Greenleaf, and Allinson, Anne C.E., Greek Lands and Letters (London: Fisher Unwin, 1910)

[Allom and Walsh], Constantinople and the Scenery of the Seven Churches of Asia Minor, Illustrated in a Series of Drawings from Nature by Thomas Allom.with Descriptions of the Plates by the Rev. Robert Walsh, L.L.D., Chaplain to the British Embassy at the Ottoman Porte (London: Fisher, 1838)

Alloul, Houssine and Martykánová Darina, ‘Introduction: Charting New Ground in the Study of Ottoman Foreign Relations’, International History Review, 2021, 1018–40,

Amaury-Duval, Eugène Emmanuel, Souvenirs (1829–1830) (Paris: Plon, 1885)

[Anacharsis], Barthélemy, J. J., Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis en Grèce (Paris: 1788 and numerous editions, adaptations, abridgements, and translations into the main European languages, including Travels of the Young Anacharsis in Greece (London: 1796). References are to the 1825 French edition that includes much additional material, including illustrations of events in ancient Greek history, engraved from compositions by Colin

[Anacharsis, Atlas volume], Many versions of the volume that accompanied the main text and, being of different format, was often separated from it, published first as Recueil de Cartes Géographiques, Plans, Vues et Medailles de L’Ancienne Grèce, Relatifs au Voyage du Jeune Anacharsis, precédé d’une Analyse Critique des Cartes [by J.D. Barbié de Bocage, who, like Barthélemy, never visited Greece]

Andersen, H.C., A poet’s bazaar. From the Danish of Hans Christian Andersen, by Charles Beckwith (London: Bentley, 3 vols, 1846)

Anderson, Benedict, Imagined Communities: Reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism (London and New York: Verso, 1991)

Anderson, Benedict, A Life Beyond Boundaries (London: Verso, 2016). An autobiography first published in Japanese

[Anderson, Cairns, and Sprevak], Distributed cognition in classical antiquity, edited by Miranda Anderson, Douglas Cairns and Mark Sprevak (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2019)

Anderson, Carl A., ‘Athena’s Big Finger: An Unnoticed Sexual Joke in Aristophanes’ Knights’, Classical Philology, 103 (2) (April 2008), 175–81

Anderson, Rev. John, Wanderings in the land of Israel and through the wilderness of Sinai, in 1850 and 1851 (Glasgow: Collins, [n.d.], c.1852)

Anderson, Rufus, Rev., Observations upon the Peloponnesus and Greek islands, made in 1829 (Boston: Crocker and Brewster, 1830)

Anderson, Rev. Rufus, Foreign missions their relations and claims (New York: Scribner, 1869)

Anderson, Rufus, Rev., History of the missions of the American board of commissioners for foreign missions to the oriental churches (Boston: Congregational publishing society, 1872)

[Andreadis, Stratis G.], Neo-Classical Architecture in Greece (Athens: Commercial Bank of Greece, 1967)

Andrews, Rev. Emerson (A.B., A.M, Evangelist, Author of ‘Revival Sermons’, ‘Youth’s Picture Sermons’ etc.), Travels in Bible Lands: Italy, Egypt, Greece, Asia Minor, Syria and Palestine (Boston: Earle, 1872). ‘Another volume for you and for the millions’ — opening words

Androulakis, Basile, Le drapeau de L’acropole. Poèmes à l’éloge de la Résistance hellénique, Préface de Maurice Lacroix‎ ancien membre de l’Ecole française à Athènes, député de Paris à l’Assemblée nationale constituante. Avec la reproduction de 36 documents photographiques (Paris: privately printed, 1945)

Andurand, Anthony, Le Mythe grec allemand: Histoire d’une affinité élective (Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 2013)

[Angelomatis, Christos], Αγγελομάτης, Χρήστος, Η Απελευθέρωση των Αθηνών, Ο Μεντρεσές και οι αναμνήσεις του (Athens: Skiadas, 2007)

Angelomatis-Tsougarakis, Helen, The Eve of the Greek Revival, British Travellers’ Perceptions of Early Nineteen Century Greece (London: Routledge, 1990)

[Anonymous of 1879], ‘A Week in Athens’, Blackwood’s Magazine, cxxviii (September 1880)

Antoniou, Giorgos and A. Dirk Moses eds, The Holocaust in Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018)

D’Ansse de Villoison, J-B-G, De l’Hellade à la Grèce, Voyage en Grèce et au Levant (1784–1786), edited by Étienne Famerie (Hildesheim: G. Olms, 2006)

Apostolou, Irini, L’orientalisme des voyageurs français au XVIIIe siècle (Paris: Presses de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2009)

Aristides, Aelius, Orations, 1–2, ed. and transl. by Michael Trapp (Cambridge, Mass, and London: Loeb, 2017)

Aristides, P. Aelius, The Complete Works, translated into English by Charles A. Behr (Leiden: Brill, 1986)

Aristophane[s], Lysistrata Traduction nouvelle, avec une Introduction et des Notes de Ch. Zévort. Edition ornée de 107 gravures en couleurs par Notor, d’après des documents authentiques des musées d’Europe (Paris: Eugène Fasquelle, éditeur, 1898)

[Arnaud], Voyages à Athènes, Constantinople et Jérusalem de François Arnaud (1602–1605) par M.H. Omont (in Florilegium M. de Vogué, Paris, 1909). Publishes part of a previous unknown manuscript account of visits to Athens in 1602–1605

[von Arnim], Reise von Neapel durch Apulien und die Ionischen Inseln nach Athen and Aufenthal in Athen, Reise über Syra und Smyrna nach Konstantinopel (Berlin: In der Nicolaischen Buchandlung, 1837)

Arnold, Sir Edwin, The Secret of Death, from the Sanskrit, with some collected poems (London: Trübner & Co., 1885)

Argenti, Philip, ed., The massacres of Chios: described in contemporary diplomatic reports, edited with an introduction by Philip P. Argenti (London: Lane, 1932)

Argyll, Duke of, The burdens of belief and other poems (London: Murray, 1894)

Argyll, Duke of, The philosophy of belief (London: Murray, 1896)

Askew, John Bertram, Pros and Cons, A newspaper reader’s and debater’s guide to the leading controversies of the day (polical, social, religious, etc.), 4th edition, revised and enlarged (London: Swan Sonnenschein, 1899)

[Aroza, G. and Cie, A. Morel], Les Frises du Parthénon par Phidias, Vingt-deux Planches Reproduites par le Procédé de Phototypie de Tessié du Motay et Maréchal par G. Aroza & Cie (Paris: Morel, 1868)

Arrowsmith, William, Notes for ‘We Philologists’, Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics New Series, 1 (2) (1973/1974), 279–380

Arundell, Rev. Fr. V. J., British Chaplain at Smyrna, A visit to the seven churches of Asia; with an excursion into Pisidia; containing remarks on the geography and antiquities of those countries, a map of the author’s routes, and numerous inscriptions (London: Rodwell, 1828)

Ashworth, John (Author of ‘Strange Tales’, ‘Simple Records’), Back from Canaan, A Sequel to ‘Walks in Canaan’ (Manchester: Tubbs and Marshall, 1873)

Asp, Pehr Olof von, Resa i Levanten år 1796. Öfversättning från Fransyskan af M. Hasselrot (Skara: F.J. Leverentz, 1805)

Assimacopoulou, Fotini, Gobineau et la Grèce. Studien zur Geschichte Südosteuropas Bd. 15 (Frankfurt [and elsewhere]: Peter Lang, 1999)

Athanassoglou-Kallmyer, Nina M., French Images from the Greek War of Independence (1821–1830): Art and Politics under the Restoration (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989)

Αθηνα απο τελος του αρχαιου κοσμου ως την ιδρυση του ελληνικου κρατους (Athens: Ministry of Culture, 1985). An exhibition catalogue with illustrations of many images ancient and modern

[Athens. Proceedings of the First International Congress of Archaeology], Comptes Rendus du Congrès International d’Archéologie: 1re Session, Athènes 1905, Sous la Présidence de S.A.R. Le Prince Royal des Hellènes, Président de la Société Archéologique (Athens: Imprimerie Hestia, C. Meissner & N. Kargadouris, Βιβλιοθηκη Ἀρχαιολογικης Ἑταιρειας. no. 11, 1905)

Augusta, N. Floresta Brasileira, Trois ans en Italie suivis d’un voyage en Grèce par une brésilienne (Paris: E. Dentu, 1864)

Augustinos, Olga, French Odysseys, Greece in French Travel Literature from the Renaissance to the Romantic Era (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1994)

Augustinos, O., ‘Philhellenic promises and Hellenic visions: Korais and the discourse of the Enlightenment’, in Zacharia, Katerina, ed., Hellenisms: Culture, identity, and ethnicity from antiquity to modernity (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008), pp. 169–200

Auldjo, John, Journal of a Visit to Constantinople and Some of the Greek Islands (London: Longman, 1835)

Aveling, Rev. T.W., Voices of Many Waters; or Lands of the Tiber, the Jordan, and the Nile, with notices of Asia Minor, Constantinople, Athens, etc., etc. Second edition, Revised and Corrected (London: John Snow, 1856)

Avramiotti, Giovanni Dionisio, Alcuni cenni critici… sul viaggio in Grecia che compone la prima parte dell’itinerario da Parigi a Gerusalemme del Signor F. R. de Chateaubriand. Con varie osservazioni delle antichità greche (Padua: Tipografia Bettoni, 1816) Another edition was printed in Padua in 1826

Aymonino, Adriano and Anne Varick Lauder, Drawn from the Antique: Artists and the Classical Ideal (London: Sir John Soane’s Museum 2015)

Azaïs, l’Abbé et C. Domergue, Journal d’un voyage en Orient (Avignon: F. Seguin aîné, 1858). The description of Athens was written by Domergue

[Babin and Spon], Rélation de l’état présent de la Ville d’Athènes, Ancienne Capitale de la Grèce, bâtie depuis 3400 ans, avec un Abregé de son Histoire & de ses Antiquités (Lyon: Pascal, 1674), reprinted Paris: J. Renouard et Cie, 1854, and in the collection by Laborde, 1854

Bache, Sophie, ‘Archaeological Travels in Greece and Asia Minor: On the Good Use of Ruins in Nineteenth Century France’, in Bahrani, Zeynep and Eldem, pp. 157–79

Bahrani, Zinab, Zeynep Çelik, Zeynep, and Eldem, Edhem, Scramble for the Past: A story of Archaeology in the Ottoman Empire (Istanbul, SALT/Garanti Kültür, 2011), pp. 281–329

[Bacheville, Barthélemy], Voyages des frères Bacheville: en Europe et en Asie Après leur condamnation par la cour prévôtale du Rhône, en 1816 (Paris: Bacheville, 1822)

Baird, Henry M., Modern Greece: A Narrative of a Residence and Travels in that Country (New York: Harper, 1856)

Balanos, Nicholas, Les Monuments de l’Acropole. Relèvement et conservation (Paris: Massin and Levy, 1938)

Balta, Evangelia, Ottoman Studies and Archives in Greece (Uxbridge: Gorgias Press, 2016)

Baltimore, Lord, A tour to the East, in the years 1763 and 1764, with remarks on the city of Constantinople and the Turks; also select pieces of Oriental wit, poetry and wisdom (London: printed by Richardson and Clark, 1767)

Barau, Denys, La Cause des Grecs, Une Histoire du Mouvement Philhellène (1821–1829) (Paris: Honoré Champion Editeur, 2009)

[Barker and Burford], Description of the View of Athens, and Surrounding Country; now exhibiting in Henry Aston Barker and John Burford’s Panorama, Strand: With an improved outline of the whole picture… (London: Adlard, 1818)

Barrès, Maurice, de l’Académie française, Le Voyage de Sparte, Nouvelle Édition Augmenté d’un Chapitre (Paris: Plon, c.1922). First edition was 1906.

Barringer, Judith M., Art, Myth, and Ritual in Classical Greece (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009)

[Barringer and Hurwit], Periklean Athens and its legacy: Problems and perspectives edited by Judith M. Barringer and Jeffrey M. Hurwit (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005)

Barry, Lieut-Col J.P., A. B. M. B., At the Gates of the East: A Book of Travel among Historic Wonderlands (London: Longman, 1906)

Bartholdy, J.L.S., Voyage en Grèce fait dans les Années 1803 et 1804 Contenant des détails sur ïa manière de voyager dans la Grèce et l’Archipel; la description de la vallée de Tempe’; un tableau pittoresque des sites les plus remarquables de la Grèce et du Levant; un coup-d’ceil sur l’état actuel de la Turquie et de toutes les branches de la civilisation chez les Grecs modernes; un voyage de Négrepont, dans quelques contrées de la Thessalie, en 1805, et l’histoire de la guerre des Souliotes contre Ali-Visir, avec la chute de Souly en 180, traduit de l’allemand, par A. du C**** (Paris: Dentue, 1807)

Bartlett, W.H., Author of ‘Walks about Jerusalem’, ‘The Nile Boat’, etc. etc., Footsteps of Our Lord and His Apostles in Syria, Greece, and Italy; A succession of visits to the scenes of New Testament Narrative (London: Arthur Hall, Virtue, 1851)

Bartmess, Rev. Joseph F., A journey to the Holy Land and countries of the Mediterranean, by Rev. Joseph F. Bartmess. Edited from the diary notes by his son Edward A. Bartmess (Yonkers, NY: 1907),

Bartsch, Shadi and Jaś Elsner eds, Special issue on Ekphrasis, Classical Philology, 102 (1), January 2007

Barton, George Aaron, A Year’s Wandering in Bible Lands Illustrated with one hundred and forty-five views from photographs by the author (Philadelphia: Ferris and Leach, 1904)

Baruffi, G.F. (Professore di Geometria della R. Univ. di Torino, Membro di Parecchie dotte Societa ecc., ecc.), Viaggio in Oriente (Turin: Silvestri, 1847)

Bastéa, Eleni, The Creation of Modern Athens: Planning the Myth (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000)

Bathe, Rolf, Dr., Oberleutnant und Kompanieführer an der Ostfront, und Erich Glodschey, Der Kampf um den Balkan Chronik der jugoslawien und griechischen Feldzugs (Berlin: Stalling, 1942)

Baudelot de Dairval, Charles César, De l’utilité des voyages, et de l’avantage que la recherche des antiquitez procure aux sçavans avec un memoire de quelques observations generales qu’on peut faire pour ne pas voyager inutilement (Paris: 1693). The first edition was 1686. A ‘Nouvelle édition revue, corrigée et augmentée’ was printed in Rouen in 1727

[Baumgarten], Aesthetica scripsit Alexand. Gottlieb Bavmgarten (Tubingen: Kleyb, 1750)

Baumgarten, Siegmund Jakob, Uebersetzung der Algemeinen Welthistorie die in Engeland durch eine Geselschaft von Gelehrten ausgefertigt worden: nebst den Anmerkungen der holländischen Uebersetzung auch vielen Kupfern und Karten (Halle: Johann Justinus Gebauer, vol. 5, 1747)

Baynes, C.R., Notes and reflections, during a ramble in the east: an overland journey from India, visit to Athens, &c. by C.R. Baynes, Esq., of the Madras Civil Service (London: Longman, 1843)

Baxter, Thomas. An Illustration of the Egyptian, Grecian, and Roman Costume; in forty outlines, with descriptions, selected, drawn, & engraved, by Thomas Baxter (London: printed for William Miller, 1810)

Bazzechi, Elisa, ‘Athenian Identity in Late Antiquity: An Investigation of the Urban Elite and their Connection with the Monumental Aspect of the City’, in L. Bombardieri, A. D´Agostino, G. Guarducci, V. Orsi, S. Valentini (Hrsg.), SOMA 2012, Identity and Connectivity. Proceedings of the 16th Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology, Florence, Italy 1–3 March 2012, BAR International Series 2581 (Oxford 2013), 467–74

Beaton, Roderick (with David Ricks), The Making of Modern Greece: Romanticism, Nationalism and the Uses of the Past (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009)

Beaton, Roderick, ‘Introduction to the New Edition’, in St Clair, William, That Greece Might Still be Free (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2009),

Beaton, Roderick, Byron’s War: Romantic Rebellion, Greek Revolution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Beaton, Roderick, Greece: Biography of a Modern Nation (London: Allen Lane, 2019)

Beaufort, Francis, F.R.S., Captain of his Majesty’s Ship Frederikssteen, Karamania, or, A brief description of the south coast of Asia-Minor and of the remains of antiquity (London: Printed for R. Hunter, 1818)

Beaujour, Félix, Tableau du Commerce de la Grèce, Formé d’après une année moyenne, depuis 1787 jusqu’en 1797 (Paris: Renouard, 1800)

Beaujour, L. Felix, Baron de, Voyage Militaire Dans L’empire Othoman, Ou: Description de aes Frontières et de aes Principales Défenses, Soit Naturelles, Soit Artificielles, avec Cinq Cartes Géographiques (Paris: Didot, 1829)

Beauregard, J. de, Parthénon, Pyramides, Saint-Sépulcre. (Grèce, Egypte, Palestine) (Lyon: Vitte, 1899)

Beauvoisins, Joseph Eugène,… Notice sur la cour du grand-seigneur: son sérail, son harem, la famille du sang impérial, sa maison militaire, et ses ministres (Paris: Chez G. Warée, 1807). He had been a prisoner held in Tripolitza in the Peloponnese

Beldam, Joseph (Esq., F.R.G.S., Barrister at Law), Recollections of Scenes and Institutions in Italy and the East (London: Madden, 1851)

Bell, Lilian, As Seen by Me (New York: Harper, 1900)

Belle, Henri, Premier Secrétaire d’Ambassade, Trois Années en Grèce (Paris: Hachette, 1881)

Bender, Barbara and Margot Winer, eds, Contested Landscapes: Movement, Exile and Place (Oxford: Berg, 2001), pp. 21–35

Bendtsen, Margit, Sketches and Measurings, Danish Architects in Greece 1818–1862 (Copenhagen: Royal Academy of Fine Arts [and others], 1993)

Benjamin, S.G.W., The Turk and the Greek; or, Creeds, races, society, and scenery in Turkey, Greece, and the isles of Greece (New York: Hurd and Houghton, 1867), The author’s father had been a Christian missionary who had been buried in Constantinople

Beresford, James A., ‘Alchemy on the Acropolis: Turning Ancient Lead into Restitutionist Gold’,The Historical Journal, 59 (3), 2016, 903–26

Berger, Ernst, ed., Parthenon-Kongress Basel, Referate und Berichte 4. bis 8. April 1982 (Mainz: von Zabern, 1984)

Berger, Ernst, Gisler-Huwiler, Madeleine, Der Parthenon in Basel: Dokumentation zum Fries (Mainz: von Zabern, 1996)

Berndt, A.J., Ministerialdirigent, Reichspropagandaministerium, und Wedel, Oberst von, Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, Deutschland im Kampf, Lieferung April 1941, Nr. 39–40 der Gesamtlieferung (Berlin: Stollberg, 1941)

Berridge, G.R., See [Murray], [Berry], Voyage au pays du Christ (trentième pèlerinage de pénitence): avec escales à Athènes, Constantinople, Rhodes, Saint-Jean-d’Acre, le Caire, Naples et Pompéï par M. l’abbé C.-M. Berry (Troyes: Frémont, 1906)

Bertrand, Louis, La Grèce du soleil et des paysages (Paris: Charpentier, 1908)

Bessan, J-F., Souvenirs de l’expédition de Morée, en 1828; suivis d’un mémoire historique sur Athenès, avec le plan de cette ville (Paris: Gomont, 1835)

Betham-Edwards, M., Holiday letters from Athens, Cairo, and Weimar (London: Strahan, 1873)

Beulé, E., L’Acropole d’Athènes (Paris: Firmin Didot, 2 vols, 1853). A one volume ‘new edition’ was published in 1862

Beulé, E., Professeur de l’Archéologie à la Bibliothèque Impériale, Les Monnaies d’Athènes (Paris: 1858. Reprinted in facsimile: Bologna: Forni, 1967)

Beulé, E., Journal de mes Fouilles (Paris: Claye, 1872). Extracted from Gazette des Beaux Arts, 1872

Beulé, M., Études sur le Péloponèse (Paris: Didot, 1855)

Beulé, M., Membre de l’Institut, Secrétaire Perpétuel de l’Academie des Beaux Arts, Phidias, Drame Antique (Paris: Didier, second edition, 1869)

Beulé, M., Fouilles et Découvertes résumées et discutées en vue de l’histoire de l’art (Paris: Didier, second edition, 1873)

[Beulé], d’Ideville, Henry, M. Beulé. Souvenirs personnels. Suivis des discours prononcés sur la tombe de M. Beulé le 8 avril 1874 (Paris: Lévy, 1874)

[Bevan, F.L., afterwards Mortimer], Near Home; or the Countries of Europe Described, by the author of ‘The Peep of Day’ (London: Hatchard, 1875) described on title page as ‘Seventy-third thousand’

[Biddle], Nicholas Biddle in Greece, the Journals and Letters of 1806, edited by Richard A. McNeal (Philadelphia: Penn State University Press, 1993)

Bigland, John, Letters on the study and use of ancient and modern history: containing observations and reflections on the causes and consequences of those events which have produced important changes in the aspect of the world, and the general state of human affairs (London: Longman, 1806)

[Birgalias, Buraselis and Cartledge], Diethnes Institouto Archaias Hellēnikēs Historias ‘Sōsipolis’, Hē symvolē tēs archaias Spartēs stēn politikē skepsē kai praktikē epimeleia (Parallel title: The contribution of ancient Sparta to political thought and practice) (Athens: Alexandreia, 2007)

Birtek, Faruk and Thalia Dragonas, eds, Citizenship and the Nation-State in Greece and Turkey (London: Routledge, 2005)

[Bisani, Alessandro], A Picturesque Tour through Europe, Asia, and Africa… with Plates after Designs by James Stuart, Written by an Italian Gentleman (London: Faulder, 1793)

Black, Anna Robinson, The Hoosier girl abroad: A diary of seventy-seven days attending the World’s Fourth Sunday School Convention, in Jerusalem, 1904 (Terre Haute, Indiana: C. W. Brown 1904). Includes many testimonials

Black, Archibald Pollok, M.A., F.R.S.A.E., A hundred days in the East: A diary of a journey to Egypt, Palestine, Turkey in Europe, Greece, the isles of the Archipelago, and Italy (London: Shaw, 1855)

Black, William, L.R.C.S.E., Surgeon, H.M.S. Chanticleer, Narrative of Cruises in the Mediterranean in H.M.S. ‘Euryalus’ and ‘Chanticleer’ during the Greek War of Independence (1822–1826) (Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1900)

Blackie, W.G., The Comprehensive Atlas & Geography of the world, Compiled and Engraved from the most Authentic sources, under the supervision of W.G. Blackie (London: Blackie, 1882)

Blanc, Marius l’Abbé, Voyage en Terre Sainte: Constantinople, Athènes, Naples, Rome (XIXe pèlerinage) (Paris: 1904)

[Blaquiere], Report on the present state of the Greek Confederation and on its claims to the support of the Christian world: read to the Greek Committee on Saturday, September 13, 1823 by Edward Blaquiere Esq. (London: [The Pamphleteer, v. 22], 1823)

Blaquiere, Edward, The Greek Revolution, Its Origin and Progress (London: Whittaker, 1824)

Blaquiere, Edward. Narrative of a Second Visit to Greece, Including Facts Connected with The Last Days of Lord Byron, Extracts from Correspondence, Official Documents, &c. (London: Geo. B. Whittaker, 1825)

Blémont, Émile, Chez Pheidias, Poème Dramatique, Représenté à l’École française d’Athènes le 9 avril 1905 Premier Congrès internationale d’Archéologie (Paris: Lemerre, 1905)

Blok, Josine H., and Lardinois, André P.M.H., eds, Solon of Athens, New Historical and Philological Approaches (Leiden: Brill, 2006)

Blouet, Abel, and others], Expédition Scientifique de Morée, Ordonnée par le Gouvernement française (Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1831–1838)

Boedeker, Deborah and Raaflaub, Kurt A., eds, Democracy, Empire, and the Arts in Fifth Century Athens (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 1998)

Boegehold, Alan L., ‘The Establishment of a Central Archive at Athens’, American Journal of Archaeology, 76 (1), 1 January 1972, 23–30

Boetticher, Adolf, Die Akropolis von Athen, Nach den Berichten der Alten und den neuesten Forschungen (Berlin: Springer, 1888)

Bohn, Henry G., A Catalogue of Books (London, 1841). Nearly 2,000 pages of printed works in many languages available second hand with prices. Usually bound with Bohn, Henry G., New, Valuable, and Most Important Books of which the Advertiser has purchased the entire editions or remainders, and now offers at very reduced prices (London: [n.d.], c.1840s). Includes many expensive books with engravings

[Boissonas], Baud-Bovy, Daniel, and Boissonas, Frédérick, Preface by Théophole Homolle, In Greece, Journeys by Mountain and Valley translated from the French by Charles Frederic Hardy (Geneva: Editions d’Art et Sciences, 1920)

[Boissonas and Deonna], L’Image de la Grèce, Athènes Ancienne, Photographies de Fred. Boissonas, Introduction de W. Deonna (Geneva: Éditions d’Art F. Boissonas, 1921)

[Boissonas and Fougères], L’Acropole d’Athènes, Le Parthénon, Introduction par Gustave Fougères (Paris: Albert Morancé, [n.d.], early twentieth century). The photographs are by Frédéric Boissonas. See also [Collignon and Boissonas]

Boissonas, Fréd., L’Acropole, gallerie pittoresque (Paris: Gallimard, 1929)

Bolsover, G.H., ‘David Urquhart and the Eastern Question, 1833–37: A Study in Publicity and Diplomacy’ The Journal of Modern History, 8 (4) (Dec., 1936), 444–67. Includes numerous quotations from manuscript correspondence and diplomatic documents

[Bon and Chapouthier], En Grèce, 118 photographes par Antoine Bon, Introduction par Fernand Chapouthier (Paris: Hartmann, 1932)

[Bon and Chapouthier], Retour en Grèce, 139 photographes par Antoine Bon, Introduction par Fernand Chapouthier (Paris: Hartmann, 1955)

[Bonar and McCheyne], Narrative of a Mission of Inquiry to the Jews from the Church of Scotland (Edinburgh: Wylie, 1843)

Bondois, P.M., ‘La mission d’Edgar Quinet en Morée’, Revue d’Histoire Littéraire de la France, 43 (3), 1936, 418–19

Borrer, Dawson, A journey from Naples to Jerusalem: by way of Athens, Egypt and the peninsula of Sinai, including a trip to the Valley of Fayoum, together with a translation of M. Linant de Bellefonds’ ‘Mémoire sur le lac Moeris’ (London: J. Madden, 1845)

Borst, William A., Lord Byron’s First Pilgrimage, 1809–1811 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1948)

Bory de Saint-Vincent, J.B., ‘Le Voyage en Grèce (1929)’ ed. by Adrien Blanchet in Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé, 55 (1), 1937, 26–46.

Bosanquet, Mrs R.C., Days in Attica (London: Methuen, 1914)

Bosanquet, Ellen. S., The Tale of Athens (London: Methuen, 1932)

Bosanquet, Ellen S. ed., Robert Carr Bosanquet: letters and light verse (London: Bellows, 1938)

Bottu de Limas, J., Six Mois en Orient en MDCCCLI & MDCCCLII (Lyon: Scheurling, 1861)

Boucher de Perthes, M., Voyage à Constantinople par l’Italie, la Sicile et la Grèce, retour par la Mer Noire, la Roumélie, la Bulgarie, La Bessarabie russe, les provinces danubiennes, la Hongrie, l’Autriche et la Prusse, en mai, juin, juillet et août 1853 (Paris: Treuttel et Wurtz et al., 1855)

Boudot-Lamotte, Emmanuel, Athènes et l’Attique (Paris: Tel, 1941)

Bouras, Charalambos, Ioannidou, Maria and Jenkins, Ian (eds), Acropolis Restored (London: British Museum Research Publications no. 187, 2012)

Boutmy, Emile, Le Parthénon et le Génie Grec (Paris: Colin, 1897)

[Bowie and Thimme], The Carrey Drawings of the Parthenon Sculptures edited by Theodore Bowie and Diether Thimme (Bloomington and London: Indiana University Press, 1971)

[Mrs Bracebridge], Notes Descriptive of a Panoramaic Sketch of Athens Taken May 1839. Sold in aid of the funds of the London Benevolent Repository (London: W.H. Dalton, 1839). ‘Sketched from Nature and on Zinc’

Bracken, C.P., Antiquities acquired. The spoliation of Greece (Newton Abbot: David and Charles, 1975)

Bramsen, John, Travels in Egypt, Syria, Cyprus, The Morea, Greece, Italy &c (London: Colburn, second edition, 1820). Part of this book was translated into German

Bramwell, Anna, Blood and Soil: Richard Walther Darré and Hitler’s Green Party (Bourne End, Bucks: Kensal Press, 1985)

Brandes, Georg, Hellas, Travels in Greece, authorised translation by Jacob Wittmer Hartmann (New York: Adelphi, 1926)

Braudel, Ferdinard, The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean world in the age of Philip II translated from the French by Sian Reynolds (London: Collins 1972 and 1973). First published in 1949 as La Méditerranée et le Monde Méditerranéen à l’Epoque de Philippe II

Braun, J.W., Professor Dr., ed., Historische und malerische Wanderungen in Griechenland (Stuttgart: Köhler, 1837). A compilation from travel accounts in several European languages, including Anacharisis, with steel engravings re-engraved from Williams, Select Views

Bremer, Frederika, Greece and the Greeks, The Narrative of a winter residence and summer travel in Greece and its Islands (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1863)

[Brengeri], ‘The Life and Adventures of an Italian Gentleman; containing his travels in Italy, Greece, France &c’, A series of autobiographical accounts published in The London Magazine, NS XIV (1826).

[Brentano’s], Athens, How to see it, including Greece and Crete (New York and Paris: Brentano, 1931–32)

Bréton, Ernest, Athènes, Décrite et Dessinée (Paris: Gide, 1862)

Breton, Ernest, de la Société Royale des Antiquaires de France, etc., etc., Monuments de tous les peuples, décrits et dessinés d’après les documents les plus modernes (Brussels: Librairie historique-artistique, 1843)

Breton, Ernest, de la Société Impériale des Antiquaires de France, etc., Athènes décrite et dessinée suivie d’un voyage dans le Péloponèse (Paris: Gide, 1862)

Brewer, Josiah. Missionary to the Mediterranean, A Residence at Constantinople, in the year 1827. With notes to the present time. Second edition [New-Haven: Durrie & Peck, 1830)

[Brewer and Barber], Patmos and the Seven Churches of Asia, together with places in the Vicinity, from the Earliest Records to the Year 1850, compiled principally from the MS. Journals of Rev. Josiah Brewer, Missionary to Asia Minor, by John W. Barber, Author of Connecticut and Massachusetts His. Collections etc. (Bridgeport: Bradley & Peck, 1851)

[British Museum], Jerrold, W. Blanchard, How to See the British Museum in Four Visits (London: 1852)

[British Museum, damage done to the Parthenon Marbles by the staff and by agents of Lord Duven, later 1930s], Summary of a preliminary report by the team of experts from the Hellenic Ministry of Culture on their findings concerning the Parthenon marbles in the British Museum (Athens: Ministry of Culture, 1999),

[Britton], The Fine Arts of the English School; illustrated by a series of engravings from paintings, sculpture; and architecture, of eminent English artists; with biographical, critical, & descriptive essays by various authors. Edited, and partly written, by J. Britton (London: Longman, 1812)

Brommer, Frank, Die Skulpturen der Parthenon-Giebel: Katalog und Untersuchung (Mainz: von Zabern, 1963)

Brommer, Frank, Die Metopen des Parthenon (Mainz: von Zabern, 1967)

Brommer, Frank, Der Parthenonfries: Katalog u. Unters (Mainz: von Zabern, 1977)

Brommer, Frank, The Sculptures of the Parthenon: Metopes, Frieze, Pediments, Cult-statue; foreword by John Boardman (London: Thames & Hudson, 1979)

Brönstedt, P.O., Reisen und Untersuchungen in Griechenland, nebst Darstellung und Erklärung vieler neurntdeckter Dennkmäler griechischen Styls, und einer kritischen Ubersicht aler Unternehmungen dieser Art, von Pausanias bis auf unsere Zeiten (Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1826–1830). Published simultaneously as Voyages dans la Grèce, accompagnés de recherches archéologiques, et suivis d’un aperçu sur toutes les entreprises scientifiques qui ont eu lieu en Grèce depuis Pausanias jusqu’à nos jours; ouvrage … orné d’un grand nombre de monuments inédits, etc (Paris: Didot, 1826–1830)

[Brøndsted], Peter Oluf Brøndsted (1780–1842): a Danish Classicist in his European context: acts of the conference at The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters, Copenhagen, 5–6 October 2006 /edited by Bodil Bundgaard Rasmussen … [et al.] (Copenhagen: Det Kongelige Danske Videnskabernes Selskab, 2008)

Broneer, Oscar, ‘Excavations on the Slopes of the Acropolis 1939’, American Journal of Archaeology, 44 (1940), 252–56

Bronzetti, C.J., Köngliglich bayerischem Major, Erinnerung an Griechenland aus den Jahren 1832–1835 (Würzburg: In Commission der Stahel’schen Buchhandlung, 1842)

Brooks, W. Sampson, Author of ‘What a Black Man saw in a White Man’s Country’, Footprints of a Black Man: The Holy Land (St. Louis: Eden Publishing House, 1915). The Frontispiece portrait notes that he is a D.D.

Brown, Adna, From Vermont to Damascus, returning by way of Beyrout, Smyrna, Ephesus, Athens, Constantinople, Budapest, Vienna, Paris, Scotland, and England (Boston: Geo H. Ellis printer, 1895)

Browne, James Hamilton, ‘Narrative of a Visit, in 1823, to the Seat of War in Greece’, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine 36 (226) (September 1832), 392–407

Browne, J. Ross (Author of ‘Etchings of a Whaling-cruise’, ‘Report of the debates in the convention of Californial, and ‘Crusoe life: a narrative of adventures in Juan Fernandez’), The Journey of the Frangi: A Crusade in the East (New York: Harper, 1853)

Brue, Benjamin, Interprête du roi près la Porte Ottomane, Journal de la Campagne que le Grand Vesir Ali Pacha a faite en 1715 pour la Conquête de la Morée (Athens: Karavias, 1976). Reprinted from the edition published in Paris by Thorin in 1870.

Bryer, Anthony, ‘The Acropolis in October 1838: The Evidence of William James Muller’, in Marouli-Zilemenou, pp. 97–102.

Buchon, J.-A., La Grèce Continentale et La Morée (Paris: Gosselin, 1843)

Buchon, Alexandre, Voyage dans l’Eubée, les îles Ioniennes et les Cyclades en 1841 publié pour la première fois avec une notice biographique et bibliographique, par Jean Longnon; préface de Maurice Barrès, de l’Academie Française (Paris: Paul, 1911)

Buckley, J.M., LL.D., Travels in Three Continents, Europe, Africa, Asia (New York: Hunt and Eaton, 1895)

Bulwer, H. Lytton, Esq., An autumn in Greece: comprising sketches of the character, customs, and scenery of the country; with a view of its present critical state. In letters, addressed to C. B. Sheridan, esq To which is subjoined Greece to the close of 1825; by a resident with the Greeks, recently arrived (London: Ebers, 1826)

[Burckhardt], The Greeks and Greek civilization / Jacob Burckhardt; translated by Sheila Stern; edited, with an introduction by Oswyn Murray (London: HarperCollins, 1998)

Burgon, Rev. John William, Dean of Chichester, ‘S Paul Preaching in Athens, a Fragment’, in Poems (1840 to 1878) (London: Macmillan, 1885), pp. 104–20

Burian, Peter, ‘Myth into muthos: The shaping of tragic plot’, in Easterling, P.E., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997), pp. 178–208

Bundgaard, J.A., The Excavation of the Athenian Acropolis 1882–1890, The Original Drawings edited from the papers of Georg Kawerau (Copenhagen: 1974)

Bundgaard, J. A., Parthenon and the Mycenaean City on the Heights (Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark, 1976)

Burford, Alison, ‘The Builders of the Parthenon’, Greece & Rome, 10, Supplement: Parthenos and Parthenon (1963), 23–35

Burford, Alison, The Greek Temple Builders at Epidauros: A social and economic study of building in the Asklepian sanctuary, during the fourth and early third centuries B.C. (Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1969)

Burgess, Rev. Richard, Greece and the Levant. Or, Diary of a summer’s excursion in 1834. With epistolary supplements (London: Longman, 1835)

Burian, Peter, ‘Myth into muthos: The shaping of tragic plot’, in Easterling, P.E., ed., The Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997)

Burnfield, Rev. George (M.A., B.D., Ex-examiner in Oriental Languages and Literature in the University of Toronto), Voices from the Orient; or, The Testimony of the Monuments, of the recent historical and topographical discoveries: and of the customs and traditions of the people in the Orient to the veracity of the sacred record (Toronto: Blackett, 1884)

Burnouf, Émile, La Ville et l’Acropole d’ Athènes aux diverses époques (Paris: Maisonneuve, 1877)

Burr, Rev. E.F., D.D. (Author of ‘Ecce Coelum’, ‘Pater Mundi’, ‘Ad Fidem’ etc.), Dio, the Athenian; or, From Olympus to Calvary (New York: Phillips, 1880)

[Burton Holmes], Burton Holmes Travelogues, with Illustrations from Photographs by the Author, vol. 3 (Chicago and New York: The Travelogue Bureau, 1919)

Buschor, Ernst, Das Kriegertum der Parthenonzeit, Feldpostbrief der Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität München (Munich: August Hopfer Verlag, 1943)

Bush, Eliza C., My pilgrimage to eastern shrines (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1867)

[Bute, John, Third Marquess of], ‘Some Christian Monuments of Athens’, Scottish Review (July 1885), 85–123. Bute’s visit took place in 1885 before the fire of that year. Reprinted in Essays, noted below

Bute, Marquess of, Essays on foreign subjects (Paisley and London: Gardner, 1901)

Buxton, Richard, Imaginary Greece, the Contexts of Mythology (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

Byford-Jones, W., The Greek Trilogy (Resistance — Liberation — Revolution) (London: Hutchinson, [n.d.], c.1946). The Preface is dated May 1945

[Byron], The Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters And Journals, And His Life, by Thomas Moore, Esq. (London: John Murray, 17 volumes 1832–1833)

Caftanzoglou, Roxane, ‘The Sacred Rock and the Profane Settlement: Place, Memory and Identity under the Acropolis’, Oral History, 28 (1), (2000), 43–51

Cameron, A., ‘The Exposure of Children and Greek Ethics’, The Classical Review, 46 (3), (1932), 105–14

Cammerer, Ans. Andr., königl. Professor der Ob. Gymn. Classe zu Neuberg an der Donau, Historisch-statistisch-topographische Beschreibung des Königreiches Griechenland: nach dem gegenwärtigen Bestande (Kempten: Dannheimer, 1834). Includes a steel engraving that shows an unrealistic and anachronistic view of Athens

[Camus, Emile de], Notre Voyage aux Pais Bibliques par l’Abbé E. de Camus (Brussels: Vroment, c.1890)

Canning, Stratford, [Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe], Shadows of the Past in Verse (London: Macmillan, 1866)

[Canning], Stratford de Redcliffe, Viscount, P.C., K.G., G.C.B., Why am I a Christian? (London: King, 3rd edition, 1873)

Canning, Stratford, ‘Recollections of the Revival of Greek Independence’, Nineteenth Century (August 1878), 377–92; (November 1878), 932–54. The whole article was reprinted in the posthumous The Eastern question noted below

[Canning, Stratford], The Eastern question by the late Viscount Stratford de Redcliffe; being a selection from his writings during the last five years of his life; with a preface by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (London: Murray, 1881)

[Canning, Stratford], Lane-Poole, Stanley, The Life of Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, K.G… (London: Longman, two vols, 1888). The later one volume ‘popular’ edition does not include the remarks on Lord Elgin

[Canning, Stratford], See also Richmond and Cunningham

Carlisle, The Right Honourable the Earl of, Diary in Turkish and Greek Waters (London: Longman, 1854). An American edition with Preface and numerous annotations by Cornelius Conway Felton was published in Boston in 1855

Carnarvon, Earl of, Reminiscences of Athens and the Morea, extracts from a journal of travels in Greece in 1839 (London: Murray, 1869)

Carne, John, Letters from the East (London: Colburn, 1826)

Carne, John, Recollections of Travels in the East (London: Colburn and Bentley, 1830)

Carne, John, Lives of eminent missionaries (London: Fisher, 3 vols, 1833–1836)

Carne, John, Letters 1813–1837 (London: privately printed in 100 copies, 1885)

[Caroline, Queen], [Queen’s Travels], Voyages and Travels of her Majesty, Caroline Queen of Great Britain… by One of her Majesty’s Suite (London: Jones, 1822)

[Caroline, Queen], [Clerke, John [compiler], The Eventful and Interesting Life of Her Majesty Caroline, Queen Caroline… (Newcastle upon Tyne: Mackenzie and Dent, [n.d.], c.1820)

[Carr, Henry, and others], Our Journey through Bible Lands (Carlisle: Printed and published by Halstead and Beaty, 1884)

Carroll, Kevin K., ‘The Parthenon Inscription’, Greek, Roman and Byzantine monographs, 9 (Durham, N.C.: Duke University, 1982)

Cartledge, Paul, Thebes, the Forgotten City of Ancient Greece (London: Picador, 2020)

Cartwright, David, A historical Commentary on Thucydides (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997)

[Cassas and Bence], Grandes Vues Pittoresques des Principales Sites et Monumens de la Grèce, et de la Sicile, et Des Sept Collines de Rome, Dessinées et Gravées a l’eau-forte, au trait, par MM. Cassas et Bence; Accompagnés d’une Explication des Monumens par M.C.P. Landon (Paris and Strasbourg: Treuttel and Würtz, 1813)

Casson, Stanley, Hellenic Studies (London: Elkin Matthews, 1920)

Casson, Stanley, The technique of early Greek sculpture (Oxford: Clarendon, 1933)

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[Castellan], Review of Castellan’s Lettres sur la Grèce, Monthly Review, 66 (1811), 460

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Chandler, Rev. Richard, Travels in Greece (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1776)

Chandler, Rev. Richard, Travels in Asia Minor and Greece by the late Richard Chandler D.D., A new edition with corrections and remarks by Nicholas Revett to which is prefixed an introductory account of the author by Ralph Churton (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1825)

Chapoutot, Johann, Le nazisme et l’antiquité (Paris: PUF, 2012)

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Charley, Sir William T., Knt. (One of His Majesty’s Counsel; D.C.L Oxon; formerly M.P. for Salford; author of ‘The New System of Practice and Pleading under the Judicature Acts’; ‘An Historical Vindication of the House of Lords; etc. etc.), The Holy City Athens and Egypt Founded on Personal Observation and the Researches of Modern Explorers (London: Marshall Brothers, 1902)

Chase, Thomas, M.A., Hellas, her Monuments and Scenery (Cambridge MA: Sever and Francis, 1863)

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[Church, Richard], Lane-Poole, Stanley, Sir Richard Church C.B. G.C.H., Commander-in-chief of the Greeks in the War of Independence (London: Longman, 1890)

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Clark, Francis E., D. D., LLD., Author of ‘Old Houses of New Americans’, ‘The Holy Land of Asia Minor’ etc, In the footsteps of St. Paul; His Life and Labors in the Light of a Personal Journey to the Cities visited by the Apostle… With 56 illustrations and one map (New York: Putnam, 1917)

Clark, Rev. Francis E., D.D., President of the United Society of Christian Endeavor, and Clark, Mrs Harriet E., Our Journey around the World, An illustrated record of a year’s travel of forty thousand miles through India, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Egypt, Palestine, Greece, Turkey, Italy, France, Spain, etc. With Glimpses of Life in Far off Lands as Seen Through a Woman’s Eyes, Superbly Illustrated with… upwards of two hundred choice engravings, mainly from instantaneous photographs taken from life… (Hartford: Worthington, sold only by subscription, 1895)

Clarke, G.W., Rediscovering Hellenism: The Hellenic Inheritance and the English Imagination (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989)

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Cochran, William, Pen and Pencil in Asia Minor (New York: Scribner, 1888)

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Cochrane, George, Wanderings in Greece (London: Bentley, 1837)

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Cole, William, Select Views of the Remains of Ancient Monuments in Greece, as at Present Existing, from drawings taken and coloured on the spot in the Year 1833 (London: for the Author, Ackermann, 1835)

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Comstock, John L., M.D., History of the Greek Revolution: compiled from official documents of the Greek government: sketches of the war in Greece, by Phillip James Green, (Esq. late British consul for Patrass, in Greece), and the recent publications of Mr. Blaquiere, Mr. Humphrey, Mr. Emerson, Count Pecchio, Rt. Hon. Col. Stanhope, the modern traveller, and other authentic sources (New York: Reed, 1829)

Connelly, Joan Breton, Portrait of a Priestess: Women and Ritual in Ancient Greece (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2007)

Connelly, Joan Breton, The Parthenon Enigma, A new understanding of the world’s most iconic building and the people who made it (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2014). This book expands on and supersedes Connelly, J.B., ‘Parthenon and Parthenoi: A Mythological Interpretation of the Parthenon Frieze’, American Journal of Archaeology, 100 (1), 1996, 53–80

Constantine, David, Early Greek Travellers and the Hellenic Ideal (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984)

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Cook, Henry, ‘The Present State of the Monuments in Greece’, Art-Journal (1 May 1851), and subsequent issues

Cook, Henry, Recollections of a Tour in the Ionian islands, Greece, and Constantinople (London: Thomas McLean, 1853)

Cooley, James Ewing, The American in Egypt, with rambles through Arabia Petræa and the Holy Land, during the years 1839 and 1840. Illustrated… with designs and etchings by Johnston (New York: Appleton, 1843)

Cornille, Henri, Souvenirs d’Orient. Constantinople – Grèce – Jérusalem – Egypte. 1831–1832–1833 (Paris: Ledoux, 1833). Another edition, 1836

Corrigan, Dr., Ten days in Athens, with notes by the way. Summer of 1861 (London: Longman, Green, Longman, and Roberts, 1862),

Couchaud, A., Choix d’Églises bysantines en Grèce (Paris: Lenoir, 1842)

Coulanges, Fustel de, ‘Mémoire sur l’Île de Chio’, Archives des Missions scientifiques et littéraires… Tome V (Paris: Imprimerie Impériale, 1856), pp. 481–642

Coulson, W.D.E., Palagia, O., Shear, T.L, Jr., Shapiro, H.A., and Frost, F.J., eds, The archaeology of Athens and Attica under the democracy: proceedings of an international conference celebrating 2500 years since the birth of democracy in Greece, held at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, December 4–6, 1992 (Oxford: Oxbow, 1994)

Couronne, L’Abbé Clément, Curé de Thorigné (Sarthe), Le Carnet d’un Pèlerin. XVe Pèlerinage de Pénitence a Jérusalem, Constantinople, Athènes, Patras (?Thorigné: sold by the author, c.1897)

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[Craven, Lady], A Journey through the Crimea to Constantinople. In a series of letters from the Right Honourable Elizabeth Lady Craven to His Serene Highness the Margrave of Brandebourg, Anspach, and Bareith. Written in the year MDCCLXXXVI (London: G.G.J. & J. Robinson, 1789)

Csapo, Eric, and Slater, William J., The Context of Ancient Drama (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1995)

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Curtius, Ernst, Die Akropolis von Athen: Ein Vortrag im Wissenschaftlichen Verein zu Berlin am 10 Februar gehalten (Berlin: Besser, 1844)

Cusani, Francesco, La Dalmazia, le isole Jonie e la Grecia (visitate nel 1840) (Milan: Pirotta, 1846 and 1847)

Cuthbertson, Rev. James, Sacred and Historic lands: Being a record of travels in Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Greece, Constantinople, &c. (London: Wesleyan Conference Office, 1885)

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Dakin, Douglas, British Intelligence of Events in Greece, 1824–1827: A Documentary Collection (Athens: National Historical Society, 1959)

Dakin, Douglas, The unification of Greece, 1770–1923 (London: Benn, 1972)

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Dalgabio, Jean-Michel, Lyon, Athènes, Constantinople: les dessins du voyage de 1843 (Lyon: University of Saint-Étienne, 2002)

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Dalton, Richard, Antiquities and Views in Greece and Egypt with manners and customs of the inhabitants from Drawings made on the Spot A.D. 1749 (London: 1791). Many of the engravings are reproduced in smaller scale in Charlemont, noted above

[Dalvimart, Octavian], Picturesque representations of the dress and manners of the Turks Illustrated in Sixty Coloured Engravings. With Descriptions (London: Thomas McLean, [n.d.], c.1824)

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[de Gasparin, Valérie], Journal d’un voyage au Levant. Par l’auteur du Mariage au point de vue Chrétien (Paris: Marc Ducloux et Ce, 1848)

De Hass, Frank S., D.D., Buried cities recovered, or, Explorations in Bible lands, giving the results of recent researches in the Orient, and recovery of many places in sacred and profane history long considered lost. With appendix (Philadelphia: Bradley, 5th edition, 1884)

de Monbron, Fougeret Le Cosmopolite, ou, le Citoyen du Monde (London, or perhaps Paris: at the Author’s expense, 1753)

de Moüy, Cte Charles de (Ambassadeur de France à Rome), Lettres Athéniennes (Paris: Plon, 1887)

de Ronchaud, Louis, Phidias: sa vie et ses ouvrages (Paris: Gide, 1864)

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de Testa, Marie and Gautier, Antoine, Drogmans et diplomates européens auprès de la Porte ottomane (Istanbul: Isis, 2013)

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[Delisle de Sales, J.B.C.], Histoire Complette de l’Ancienne Grèce Avec soixante et treize gravures [many views are adaptations from Le Roy], troisieme édition… (Paris: au Bureau de l’Histoire des Hommes, 13 vols, 1786)

[Delivorrias and Fotopoulos], Greece at the Benaki Museum edited by Angelos Delivorrias and Dionisis Fotopoulos (Athens: Benaki Museum, 1997)

Delivorrias, Angelos, ed., From Byzantium to Modern Greece, Hellenic Art in Adversity, 1453–1830 (New York: Onassis, 2005)

Delivorrias, Angelos, ‘The Sculptures of the Parthenon, form and content’, in Tournikiotis, pp. 100–35

Demont, Louise, Journal of the Visit of Her Majesty the Queen to Tunis, Greece, and Palestine … translated by Edgar Garston (London: T. and J. Allan, 1821)

Depping, G.B. ed., La Grèce, ou description topographique de la Livadaie, de la Morée et de l’Archipel: contenant des details curieux sur les moeurs et usages des habitans de ces contrées … de huit Vues d’apres Dodwell (Paris: Payen, 1830, first published 1823). Compiled from books by recent travel writers and topographers, the illustrations copied and adapted in smaller scale from Dodwell’s Views.

[Deval, Charles], Deux années a Constantinople et en Morée, 1825–1826, ou Esquisses historiques sur Mahmoud, les janissaires, les nouvelles troupes, Ibrahim-Pacha, Solyman-Bey, etc.; par M. C…… D…., élève interprète du roi à Constantinople; ouvrage orné d’un choix de costumes orientaux soigneusement coloriés, et lithographés par M. Collin, élève de Girodet (London: R. G. Jones, 1828)

de Valon, Le Vte. Alexis, Une Année dans le Levant, Voyage en Sicile, en Grèce et en Turquie (Paris: second edition, 1850)

[De Kay], Sketches of Turkey in 1831 and 1832, by an American (New York: Harper, 1833)

de Moüy, Cte Charles de (Ambassadeur de France à Rome), Lettres Athéniennes (Paris: Plon, 1887)

De Ross, Lord, Journal of a tour in the principalities, Crimea, and countries adjacent to the Black Sea in the years 1835–36 (London: Parker, 1855)

De Vere, Aubrey, The Search after Proserpine, Recollections of Greece, and other poems (Oxford: Henry Parker, 1844)

De Vere, Aubrey, Picturesque Sketches of Greece and Turkey (London: Bentley, 1850)

d’Estourmel, Comte Joseph, Journal d’un voyage en Orient (Paris: Crapelet, 1844)

d’Ideville, Henry, Journal d’un diplomate en Allemagne et en Grèce (Paris: Librairie Hachette et Cie, 1875)

[De’ Virgilii, P.,], Lettere Sull’Oriente Dirette da P. De’ Virgilii A. F. Lattari (Estratte dal Poliorama Pittoresco e dal Progresso) (Naples: Reiggiobba, 1846)

Delatre, Louis, L’Acropole d’Athènes (Paris: chez les principaux libraires, 1853). Written in Athens in 1847

Della Dora, Veronica, Landscape, nature, and the sacred in Byzantium (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016)

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Staël, Madame de, Corinna, or Italy Translated by Isabel Hill; with metrical versions of the odes by L.E. Landon (London: Bentley, 1847)

Dexiades, Evdoxios ‘Legal trickery, men, women, and justice in late Ottoman Greece’, Past and Present, 210 (February 2011), 129–55

Dialogues on the Acropolis: Scholars and Experts Talk on the History, Restoration and the Acropolis Museum (Athens: Skai Vivlio, 2010)

Diamandouros, Nikiforos P., John P. Anton, John A. Petropulos, Peter Topping, eds, Hellenism and the First Greek War of Liberation (1821–1830): Continuity and Change (Thessaloniki: Institute of Balkan Studies, 1976)

Dibdin, Thomas, The reminiscences of Thomas Dibdin, of the theatres royal, Covent-Garden, Drury-Lane, Haymarket, &c., and author of The cabinet, &c. (London: H. Colburn, 1837)

[Didon], Constantinople, Le Mont Athos, La Grèce, Épisodes d’un Voyage en Orient [by Père Didon in 1894] (Paris: J. Briguet éditeur, 1896)

[Didot, Ambroise Firmin], Notes d’un Voyage fait dans le Levant en 1816 et 1817 (Paris: Didot, [n.d.], 1826)

Dickey, Eleanor, Greek Forms of Address from Herodotus to Lucian (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996)

Diehl, Charles, Excursions in Greece To Recently Explored Sites of Classical Interest (London and New York: Grevel, 1893) Translated from the German.

Dietrich, Nikoalaus, Figur ohne Raum, Baüme und Felsen in der attischishen Vasenmalerei des 6. und 5. Jahrhunderts v. Chr (Berlin: De Gruyter, 2010)

[Dilettanti, Society of], The Unedited Antiquities of Attica; comprising the Architectural Remains of Eleusis, Rhamnus, Sunium, and Thoricus (London: Priestley and Weale, 1817; reissued as a ‘second edition’ in 1833)

Dimakis, Jean, La Presse française face à la Chute de Missolonghi et la Bataille navale de Navarin (Thessaloniki: Institute of Balkan Studies, 1976)

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Dinsmoor, William Bell, Observations on the Hephaisteion (American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1941)

Dinsmoor, William B. and Dinsmoor, William B. Jr, The Propylaia to the Athenian Akropolis (Princeton: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1980 and 2004)

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[Disraeli], The Letters of Benjamin Disraeli, edited by John Matthews, et al. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1982–2014)

[Disraeli], Home Letters written by the late Earl of Beaconsfield in 1830 and 1831, second edition (London: Murray, 1885)

[Disraeli], The wondrous tale of Alroy. The rise of Iskander. By the author of ‘Vivian Grey’, ‘Contarini Fleming’, &c. (London: Saunders and Otley, 1833)

[Disraeli], Sultana, Donald, Benjamin Disraeli in Spain, Malta, and Albania 1830–32; a monograph (London: Tamesis, 1976)

Dodwell, Edward, A Classical and Topographical Tour through Greece, during the Years 1801, 1805, and 1806 (London: 1819)

Dodwell, Edward, Views in Greece from Drawings by Edward Dodwell (London: Rodwell and Martin, 1821)

Dodwell, Edward, Views and Descriptions of Cyclopean, or Pelasgic Remains, in Greece and Italy, with Constructions of a Later Period, Intended as a Supplement to his Classical and Topographical Tour through Greece during the Years 1801, 1805 and 1806 (London: Rodwell and Martin, 1834). Another issue, Views and descriptions of Cyclopian, or, Pelasgic remains… from drawings by the late Edward Dodwell (London: Richter, 1834)

[Dodwell catalogue], Notice sur le Musée Dodwell et catalogue raisonée des objets qu’il contient (Rome: Institut de Correspondance Archéologique, 1837)

[Dodwell and Pomardi], In Search of Classical Greece: Travel Drawings of Edward Dodwell and Simone Pomardi, 1805–1806 edited by John McKesson Camp II with contributions by Ian Jenkins, Fani-Maria Tsigakou, Kim Sloan (Los Altos, Packard Humanities Institute, and London: British Museum, 2013)

Donohue, A.A., and Mark D. Fullerton, eds, Ancient art and its historiography (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003)

D’Ooge, Martin L., The Acropolis of Athens (New York and London: Macmillan, 1908)

Dorr, Benjamin, D.D., Rector of Christ Church, Philadelphia, Notes of Travel in Egypt, the Holy Land, Turkey, and Greece (Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1856)

[Dorr, David F.], A Colored Man Round the World. By a Quadroon (Cleveland: privately printed, 1858). An edition annotated by Malini Johar Schueller, University of Michigan Press, 1999

Douglas, Honble. Fred. Sylv. North, An Essay on Certain Points of Resemblance between the Ancient and Modern Greeks (London: Murray, 1813)

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Dreux, Robert de, Voyage en Turquie et en Grèce du R.P. Robert De Dreux (Paris: Les Belles Lettres, published and annotated by Hubert Pernot, 1925)

[Dreux, Robert de], Omont, H., ‘Athènes au XVIIe Siècle, Relation du P. Robert de Dreux, Lettres de Jacob Spon et du P. Babin (1669–1680)’, Revue des Etudes Grecques, xiv (Paris: Ledoux, 1901)

Droulia, L., Philhellénisme: ouvrages inspirés par la guerre de l’indépendance grecque 1821–1833, répertoire bibliographique (Athens, Publications du Centre de recherches néo-helléniques de la Fondation nationale de la recherche scientifique, 1974)

Droulia, Loukia, Sens et Portée du Philhellénisme, ed. by Alexandra Sfoini (Athens: Institut de Recherches Hstoriques [and others], online publications, 2020)

Drummond, Alexander, Esq., His Majesty’s Consul in Aleppo, Travels through different cities of Germany, Italy, Greece, and Several Parts of Asia as far as the banks of the Euphrates, in Series of Letters, containing An Account of what is most remarkable in their Present State, as well as in their Monuments of Antiquity (London: Strahan for the Author, 1754). Thought to have been largely compiled by the novelist and general writer Tobias Smollett who was paid a fee as ‘editor’

Drummond, William, A Review of the Governments of Sparta and Athens (London: Nicol, 1794)

Dufresnoy, Abbé Leglet, Chronological Tables of Universal History, Sacred and Profane, Ecclesiastical and Civil, From the Creation of the World, to the Year One Thousand Seven Hundred and Forty-three. With a Preliminary Discourse on the short method of Studying History; and a Catalogue of Books necessary for that Purpose (London: translated by Thomas Flloyd Millar and others, 1762)

Du Fresnoy, Mme, Beautés de l’Histoire de la Grèce Moderne (Paris: Eymery, 1825)

du Moncel, Vicomte Théodore-Achille-Louis, De Venise à Constantinople à travers la Grèce et retour par Malte, Messine, Pizzo et Naples … (Paris: Bry, 1846). Reprinted with other versions in tinted lithograph in Du Moncel, Théodore. Οδοιπορικό του 1843 από την Αθήνα στο Ναύπλιο (Athens: Olkos, 1984)

du Moncel, Théodore, [Greek Sketches], [title in Greek] (Athens: Museum of the City of Athens, 2005)

Duheaume, M.A., Capitaine au 58e Régiment d’Infanterie de ligne, Souvenirs de la Morée pour servir à l’histoire de l’Expédition Française en 1828–1829 (Paris: Anselin, 1833)

Duncan, G.B., On sapphire seas to Palestine: a tour in the Holy Land of today Reprinted from the Courier and Advertiser (Dundee: D.C. Thomson & Co., 1927)

Duponchel, A.-A., Médecin de l’école Polytechnique, ex-Médecin en chef des troup françaises en Grèce, et en Italie, membre de plusieurs Sociétées savantes, Chevalier de la Légion -d’Honneur, de l’ordre grec du Sauveur, etc, etc. Histoire de Grèce et d’Italie, depuis les temps les plus reculés jusqu’ à nos jours (Paris: Béthune et Plon, 1844)

Dupré, Louis, Voyage à Athènes et à Constantinople, ou Collection de portraits, de vues et de costumes grecs et ottomans, peints sur les lieux (Paris: Dondey-Dupré, 1825 but almost certainly some years later). A heavily adapted edition in Greek with much additional information, and pictures of Greece by other artists, edited by Manoles Vlachos (Athens: Folio, 1994)

[Durdent and Propiac], Beautés de l’histoire grecque, ou tableau des événemens qui ont immortalisé les Grecs; actions et belles paroles de leurs grands hommes, avec une esquisse des Moeurs, et un aperçu des arts et des sciences à différentes époques, depuis Homère jusqu’à la réduction de la Grèce en province romaine. Par Durdent. Quatrième édition, ornée de gravures, revue, corrigée et augmentée, par M. Le Chevalier de Propiac, Membre correspondant de l’Académie de Dijon (Paris: à Librairie d’éducation…, 1822)

Durm, Josef, καταστασις του Παρθενωνος και των λοιπων ἀρχαιων μνημειων των Ἀθηνων’, in Ἑλληνικη Ἀρχαιολογικη Ἑταιρια. Ἀρχαιολογικη Ἐφημερις (Athens: Ἐφημερις ἈρχαιολογικηΠεριοδος τριτη), 1895)

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[Duveen damage], Report on damage done by British Museum staff and agents of Lord Duveen in the late1930s], Summary of a preliminary report by the team of experts from the Hellenic Ministry of Culture on their findings concerning the Parthenon marbles in the British Museum (Athens: Ministry of Culture, 1999),

Dyer, Thomas Henry, Ancient Athens: Its History, Topography and Remains (London: Bell and Daldry, 1873)

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[Earle], Sanborn, F.B., ed., Memoirs of Pliny Earle, M.D.: with extracts from his diary and letters (1830–1892) and selections from his professional writings (1839–1891) (Boston: Damrell & Upham, 1898)

[Eastlake], Pictures by Sir C. Eastlake, With a biographical and critical sketch of the artist, by W.C.M. [William Cosmo Monkhouse] (London: Virtue, Spalding, [n.d.], [1875])

Eddy, Daniel C., D.D., Walter’s Tour in the East: Walter in Athens (New York: Sheldon, 1865)

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[Egerton, Catherine, Lady Ellesmere], Journal of a Tour in the Holy land in May and June 1840 (London: privately printed, 1841)

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Edhem at the Conference ‘The Topography of Ottoman Athens’ held in Athens on 23–24 April 2015. Videocast at:

Elderkin, George Wicker, Problems in Periclean Buildings (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University. Princeton Monographs in Art and Archaeology no. 2, 1912)

Elémens de l’histoire de la Grèce, pour servir de suite aux elemens de l’Histoire ancienne des Juifs, des égyptiens, etc; D’après Rollin, Cousin, Despreaux, et quelques autres Auteurs Et ornée de 24 planches gravées en taille-douce (Paris: Le Prieur, 1808)

[Elgin Marbles, Parliamentary Report], The Report from the Select Committee to The House of Commons, respecting the Earl of Elgin’s Collection of Sculptured Marbles (London: Murray, 1816)

[Elgin, Nisbet], The Letters of Mary Nisbet of Dirleton, Countess of Elgin Arranged by Lieut.-Colonel Nisbet Hamilton Grant (London: Murray, 1926)

Edhem at the Conference ‘The Topography of Ottoman Athens’ held in Athens on 23–24 April 2015. Videocast at:

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Eliot, C. W. J. ‘Gennadeion Notes, IV: Lord Byron, Father Paul, and the Artist William Page’, Hesperia, 44 (4), 1975, 409–25

[Eliot, Whitcombe], Campaigns of the Falieri and Piraeus in the Year 1827, or Journal of a Volunteer, Being the Personal Account of Captain Thomas Douglas Whitcombe, edited… by C.W.J. Eliot (Princeton: Gennadeion monographs V, 1992)

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Elliott, C.B., M.A. F.R.S., Vicar of Godalmin (late of Bengal Service) …, Travels in the Three Great Empires of Austria, Russia, and Turkey (London: Bentley, 1838)

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Elmes, James, A General and Bibliographical Dictionary of the Fine Arts (London: Tegg, 1826)

[Emerson, Pecchio, and Humphreys], Emerson, James, Count Pecchio, and W.H. Humphreys, A Picture of Greece in 1825 (London: Colburn, 1826)

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[Emerson], Tennent, Sir James Emerson, K.C.S., LL.D., etc, A History of Modern Greece, from its Conquest by the Romans B.C. 146 to the present day (London: Colburn, 1830; repr. 1845)

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[Faber, Bowden], Bowden, John Edward, The Life And Letters of Frederick William Faber, D.D. Priest of the Oratory of St. Philip Neri (Baltimore: Murphy, 1869)

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Fallmerayer, Jakob Ph., Fragmente aus dem Orient (Stuttgart und Tubingen: J.G. Cotta, 1845)

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Fauriel C., Chants Populaires de la Grèce Moderne, recuilles et publiés, avec une traduction française, des éclaircissements et des notes (Paris: Firmin Didot [and others], 1825, two vols)

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Fenger, J. Ferdinand, Om det nygraeske Folk og Sprog, Erindringer fra en Reise i Graekland i Aarer 1831 (Copenhagen: Graebe, 1832)

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Ferriman, Z. Duckett, Home life in Hellas, Greece and the Greeks (London: Mills and Boon, 1910)

Ferriman, Z. Duckett, East and West of Hellespont: Memories of Fifty Years (London: Cape, 1926)

[Ferté-Meun, Comtesse de la], Lettres sur le Bosphore, ou Relation d’un voyage en différentes parties de l’Orient, pendant les années 1816, 1817, 1818 et 1819, Deuxieme édition revue, corrigée et augmentée de deux lettres et de la Chapelle de la dernière heure, l’histoire grecque (Paris: Locard et Davi, 1822)

Fiedler, Dr. Karl Gustav, Reise durch alle Thelle des Königreiches Griechenland… in des Jahren 1834 bis 1837 (Leipzig: Fleischer, 1840)

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[Finlay], The journals and letters of George Finlay, edited by J.M. Hussey (Camberley: Porphyrogenitus, 1995)

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[Firmin-Didot, Ambroise], Notes d’un Voyage fait dans le Levant en 1816 et 1817 (Paris: Firmin-Didot, [n.d.], c.1826)

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Flaubert, Gustave, Voyage en Orient (1849–1851): Egypte, Liban-Palestine, Rhodes, Asie Mineure, Constantinople, Grèce, Italie; édition présentée et établie par Claudine Gothot-Mersch; annotation et cartes de Stéphanie Dord-Crouslé (Paris: Gallimard, 2006)

Fleming, D.C., ed., John Capodistrias and the conference of London (1828–1831) (Thessaloniki: Institute for Balkan Studies, 1970)

Flessas, Tatiana, ‘Sacrificial Stone’, Law and Literature, 14 (1) (2002), 49–84

Fleuriau, a Roman Catholic priest of the Jesuit Order], Estat des Missions de Grèce, Presenté a nos Seigneurs les Archivesques, et Deputez du Clergé de France, en l’année 1695 (Paris: Lambin and another, 1695)

Fleutelot, Jules, Retour d’un voyage en Orient par Malte, la Sicile et l’Italie: juillet–octobre 1836 (Paris: Duberger, 1837)

Foerster, Richard, ed., Scriptores physiognomonici graeci et latini rencensuit Richardus Foerster (Leipzig: 2 vols, 1893)

Fontanier, V., Voyages en Orient entrepris par ordre du gouvernement français de l’année 1821 à l’année 1829 (Paris: Mongie, 1829)

Forbin, M. le Comte de, Voyage dans le Levant en 1817 et 1818 (Turin: Alliana, 1830)

Fourmont, Abbé. A large corpus of contemporary documents transcribed and printed in Omont Missions, noted in ‘Printed and Online Archival Sources’ above

Fout, H.H., D.D, The 1900 Pilgrimage to Egypt and the Holy Land including Syria, Asia Minor, Greece, Italy, Switzerland, and France (Dayton: United Brethren Publishing House, 1900)

Francis, Sir Philip, K.B., A letter missive to Lord Holland, dated 10th June. Published 1st July 1816 (London: Ridgway, 1816)

Frankland, Charles Colville, Captain, Travels to and from Constantinople in 1827 and 1828, or, Personal narrative of a journey from Vienn … to Constantinople (London: Colburn and Bentley, 1830)

Francis, Sir Philip, A Letter Missive to Lord Holland (London: Ridgeway, 1816)

[Francis, ‘our hero’, who accompanied the unnamed author], Thoughts and Sketches by the Way (London: published by subscription, including by many titled names, 1845)

Friedel, Adam von, The Greeks, Twenty-four portraits of the principal leaders & personages who have made themselves most conspicuous in the Greek Revolution, from the commencement of the struggle (Paris and London: various dates and formats over a number of years). Lithographs with captions in French and English

[Frommel, C.L.,], Ansichten aus Griechenland, gestochen unter der Leitung von C. Frommel /Vues de la Gréce, Gravées sous la direction de C. Frommel. No date, place of publication, nor name of publisher on the engraved title page, but known to be Karlsruhe, 1830. Engravings on steel copied from Williams’s Select Views

[Fuller, John], Narrative of a Tour through some parts of the Turkish Empire Not Published (London: Printed by Richard Taylor, 1829)

Gaca, Kathy L., ‘The Andrapodizing of War Captives in Greek Historical Memory’, Transactions of the American Philological Association 140 (1) (Spring 2010), 117–61

Gadsby, John (Biblical and Oriental Lecturer; Author of ‘Slavery, Captivity, Adoption, Redemption’ ‘A Visit to Mount Sinai’ etc… illustrations of 2,000 passages of Scripture’), My Wanderings: Being Travels in the East in 1846–47, 1850–51, 1852–53 (London: Gadsby, [n.d.], first c.1854)

Gadsby, John, A Trip to Sebastopol (London: Gadsby, 1858)

Gadsby, John (Biblical and Oriental Lecturer; Author of A Trip to Sebastopol), My Wanderings: Being Travels in the East between 1846 and 1860 (London: Gadsby, 1868)

Gagarin, Michael and Cohen, David (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005)

Galanakis, Yannis. ‘On Her Majesty’s Service: C.L.W. Merlin and the Sourcing of Greek Antiquities for the British Museum’, CHS Research Bulletin 1 (1), 2012,

Gallerie Antique, ou Collection des Chefs d’Oeuvre d’ Architecture, de Sculpture et de Peinture de la Grèce. Gravés d’après les meilleurs Auteurs, comparés entre deux (Paris, Strasburg and London: Treutel and Würrtz and James Briggs, 1808)

Gallo, Luciana, Lord Elgin and Ancient Greek Architecture (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009)

Galt, John, Voyages and Travels, in the Years 1809, 1810, and 1811 containing Statistical, Commercial, and Miscellaneous Observations on Gibraltar, Sardinia, Sicily, Malta, Serigo, and Turkey (London: Cadell, 1812)

Galt, John. Letters from the Levant (London: Cadell and Davies, 1813)

Galt, John, The life, studies, and works of Benjamin West, Esq. President of the Royal Academy of London, composed from materials furnished by himself (London: Cadell and Davies, 1820)

Galt, John, The Autobiography of John Galt (London: Cochrane and McCrone, 1833)

Gange, David and Ledger-Lomas, Michael, eds, Cities of God: The Bible and Archaeology in Nineteenth Century Britain (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Gardner, Ernest Arthur, Ancient Athens (New York: Macmillan, 1907)

Gardner, Ernest A. (Litt. D. (Camb.), Emeritus Professor of Archaeology in the University of London), Greece and the Ægean with a Preface by Sir Rennell Rodd G.C.B. and a chapter on Constantinople by S. Casson, M.A., Fellow of New College, Oxford (London: Harrap, 1933)

[Gardner, John M.], Extracts and sketches from my journal of a year’s travel in the Orient and Europe, with the usual expense, hotel menu, tailor, millinery and shopping accounts omitted. Pen drawings by Fredrick McAllister from original photographs taken on the journey (New York: privately printed for family and friends, c.1908)

Gardner, Robert W., The Parthenon, its Science of Forms (New York: New York University Press, 1925)

Gardner, William Amory, In Greece with the Classics (Boston: Little, Brown, 1908)

[Garnett and Stuart-Glennie], Greek folk poesy; annotated translations from the whole cycle of Romaic folk-verse and folk-prose by Lucy M. J.Garnett. Edited, with essays on the science of folklore, Greek folkspeech, and the survival of paganism, by J.S. Stuart-Glennie (Guildford: for the authors, 1896)

Garnett, Lucy M.J., Greece of the Hellenes (London: Pitman, 1914)

Garston, Edgar, Greece Revisited and Sketches in Lower Egypt in 1840, with Thirty-Six Hours of a Campaign in Greece in 1825 (London: Saunders and Ottley, 1842)

Gast, John, The Rudiments of the Grecian History, from the First Establishment of the States of Greece, to the Overthrow of their Liberties in the Days of Philip the Macedonian, in Thirteen Dialogues (Dublin: Exshaw by private subscription, 1753) and subsequent editions. Discussed by Oswyn Murray, Oswyn, ‘Ireland Invents Greek history: The lost historian John Gast’, Hermathena, 185 (Winter 2008), 22–106

Gauttier d’Arc, E., Fragmens d’un Voyage en Italie, en Grèce et en Asie pendant les Années 1829–30 (Paris: Auffray, 1831). 100 copies were printed mainly for presentation

Gell, William, The Geography and Antiquities of Ithaca (London: Longman, 1807)

Gell, William, The Itinerary of Greece, with a Commentary on Pausanias and Strabo and an Account of the Monuments of Antiquity at present existing in that country compiled in the Years MCCCCI: II: V: VI (London: printed for T. Payne 1810), usually known as Gell’s Argolid, the only part of Greece described in the volume

Gell, Sir William, Itinerary of the Morea: Being a new description of the routes of that Peninsula, new edition (London: Rodwell and Martin, 1817)

Gell, Sir William (M.A., F.R.S., F.S.A.), Narrative of a Journey in the Morea (London: Longman, 1823)

Gell, William, The Itinerary of Greece, containing one hundred routes in Attica, Boeotia, Phocis, Locris, and Thessaly, new edition (London: Longman, 1827)

Georgiopoulou, Maria, Guilmet, Céline, Pikoulas, Yannis A. Staikos, Konstantinos Sp., and Tolias, George, eds, Following Pausanias: The Quest for Greek Antiquity (Kotinos: Oak Knoll, 2007)

[German Army High Command], Von den Karawanken bis Kreta, Berichte und Bilder, herausgegeben vom Oberkommando der Wehrmacht (Berlin: Zeitgeschichte-Verlag, 1941)

[German High Command], Das Zweite Kriegsjahr. Mit dem siegreichen deutschen Heer an der Kanalfront, durch Rumänien, Bulgarien, Serbien, Griechenland und Nordafrika, Herausgegeben von der Berichterstaffel des O.K.H. (Berlin: Wilhelm Limpert Verlag, 1943)

[German occupation forces in Greece], Führungen durch Griechenland (Athen: Eine Vortragareihe des Deutschen Wehrmachtsenders, c.1941)

[German occupation forces in Greece], Merkblätter für den deutschen Soldaten an den geschichlichen Stätten Griechenlands (Athens: Herausgeben vom Bfh. Südgriechenland Referat Kunstschutz, printed by ‘Hestia’, Meissner & Co., in at least three editions, 1941–1944)

Gervinus, G.-G., Insurrection et régénération de la Grèce, Traduction française par J.-F. Minssen [et], Léonidas Sgouta (Paris: Durand, 1863)

Gess, Dr. F.W., Das alte und das neue Griechenland in drei Abtheilungen (Reutlingen: Mäcken, 1835)

Giffard, Edward, A Short Visit to the Ionian Islands, Athens, and the Morea (London: Murray, 1837)

Gillies, John, The history of ancient Greece, its colonies, and conquests: from the earliest accounts till the division of the Macedonian Empire in the east: including the history of literature, philosophy, and the fine arts (London: Strahan and Cadell, 1787)

Gingras, Léon, L’Orient: ou, Voyage en en Égypte, en Arabie, en Terre-Sainte, en Turquie et en Grèce (Quebec: Fréchette, 1847)

[Giraud], Collignon, Maxime, ‘Le Consul Giraud et sa Relation de L’Attique au XVIIe. Siècle’, an article in Mémoires de l‘Académie des Inscriptions et Belles Lettres, volume xxxix (Paris: 1913)

Giraudeau, Jean, L’Italie, la Sicile, Malte, Grèce, l’Archipel, les Iles Ioniennes et la Turquie, Souvenirs de Voyages historiques et anecdotiques (Paris: for the author, 1835)

[Girodet, Anne-Louis de Roussy], Oeuvres posthumes de Girodet-Trioson, peintre d’histoire; suivies de sa correspondance; precedees d’une notice historique et mises en ordre, par P.-A. Coupin (Paris: Renouard, 1829),

[Gironi], Saggio di Robustiano Gironi intorno Alle Costumanze Civili dei Greci (Milan: Dalla Tipographia del Dottore Giulio Ferraro, 1823)

Glasgow, Henry L., F.R.S.A.I. (editor of The Mid-Ulster Mail), Notes on a Cruise from Spain to Palestine, with a Week in the Holy Land (Cookstown: Privately printed by Glasgows (Cookstown) Ltd., 1936). The account of the Hellenic Club cruise ‘in the footsteps of St Paul’ had previously appeared in The Tyrone and Dungannon News

Godbey, Rev. W.B., Around the World: Garden of Eden, Latter Day Prophecies and Missions (Cincinnati, Ohio: God’s Revivalist office, 1917)

Goddard, John Calvin, A Leave of Absence and Other Leaves (Boston: Pilgrim Press, c.1902)

Goldhill, Simon, ‘What is Ekphrasis for’, in Bartsch and Elsner, pp. 1–19

Goldhill, Simon, ‘Programme notes’, in Goldhill and Osborne, pp. 1–29

Goldhill, Simon, and Osborne, Robin, Performance Culture and Athenian Democracy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999)

Gomme, A.W. (Lecturer in Ancient Greek History, University of Glasgow), Greece (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1945)

Gordon, Thomas, History of the Greek Revolution (Edinburgh and London: Blackwood and Cadell, 1832)

Gore, Rev. Arthur, ‘A walk through Athens’, The Quiver, 18 (1883), 735–38

Goulburn, Edward Meyrick, John William Burgon late dean of Chichester: A biography, with extracts from his letters and early journals (London: Murray, 1892)

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Harrison, Jane Ellen, Hon. D.Litt. (Durham), Hon. LL.D. (Aberdeen), Staff lecturer and sometime Fellow of Newnham College, Cambridge, Primitive Athens as Described by Thucydides (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1906)

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Hettner, Hermann, Griechische Reiseskizzen (Brunswick: Bieweg, 1853)

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[Hill], Service Commemorative of the Life and Work of the Rev. John Henry Hill, D.D., LL.D., for fifty years a missionary to Greece, who died at Athens July 1st, 1882, Held in Calvary Church, New York, on the evening of Tuesday, December, 12th, 1882,together with the Memorial Sermon Preached on that occasion by the Rt. Rev. William Bacon Stevens, D.D, LL.D., Bishop of Pennsylvania… (New York: Domestic and Foreign Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America, 1882)

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Jenkins, Ian, The Parthenon Frieze (London: British Museum, 1994). The photographs, taken long before, show the pieces as they existed before many were scraped white, with loss of surface, at the instigation of Lord Duveen, in 1937 and 1938

Jenkins, Ian, Cleaning and controversy: The Parthenon sculptures 1811–1939 (London: British Museum Press, occasional paper no. 146, c.2001). Makes available transcriptions of many public records that until 1999 had been unlawfully withheld, with other documents, adding to those published by St Clair in 1999 from the papers of Lord Macmillan as noted below

Jenkins, Ian, The Parthenon sculptures in the British Museum; with photographs by Ivor Kerslake and Dudley Hubbard (London: British Museum Press, 2007)

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Jolliffe, T. R., Letters from Palestine: descriptive of a tour through Gallilee and Judaea, with some account of the Dead Sea, and of the present state of Jerusalem (London: Black, third edition, 1821). The first edition, dated 1819, omits the name of the author and the long passage about his visit to Athens

[Jolliffe, T.R.], Narrative of an Excursion from Corfu to Smyrna (London: Black, Young, and Black, 1827)

[Joly], Vues de la Grèce Moderne, Lithographieés par A. Joly (Paris: C. de Lasteyrie, 1824)

Jones, George, Sketches of naval life with notices of men, manners and scenery on the shores of the Mediterranean in a series of letters from the Brandywine and Constitution frigates. By a ‘civilian’ (New Haven: Howe, 1829)

Jones, George Mathew, Captain, R.N., Travels in Norway, Sweden, Finland, Russia, and Turkey; and on the coasts of the sea of Azof and of the Black Sea; with a review of the trade in those seas, and of the systems adopted to man the fleets of the different powers of Europe, compared with that of England (London: Murray 1827)

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[Jourdain], Mémoires historiques et Militaires sur Les Evénements de la Grece, depuis 1822, jusqu’au Combat de Navarin; par Jourdain, Capitaine de frégate de la Marine Royale, Colonel au Service du Gouvernement Grec (Paris: Brissot-Thivars, 1828)

Jowett, Rev. William, M.A. (One of the Representatives of the Society, and late Fellow of St. John’s College, Cambridge), Christian researches in the Mediterranean, from MDCCCXV to MDCCCXX, in furtherance of the objects of the Church Missionary Society, with an Appendix, containing the journal, of the Rev. James Connor, chiefly in Syria and Palestine (London: Printed by R. Watts, published for the Society, by L.B. Seeley, and J. Hatchard, 1822)

Jurien de La Gravière, le vice-amiral, La station du Levant (Paris: Plon, 1876)

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Kaldellis, Anthony, The Christian Parthenon, Classicism and Pilgrimage in Byzantine Athens (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009)

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[Kaltsas and Shapiro], Worshipping Women: Ritual and Reality in Classical Athens edited by Kaltsas, Nikolaos and Shapiro, Alan (New York: Onassis Foundation, and Athens: Hellenic Ministry of Culture and National Archaeological Museum, 2008)

Kavoulaki, Athena, ‘Processional Performance and the Democratic Polis’, in Goldhill and Osborne, pp. 293–320

Keesling, Catherine M., The Votive Statues of the Athenian Acropolis (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003)

Keesling, Catherine M., ‘The Hellenistic and Roman Afterlives of Dedications on the Athenian Acropolis’, in Krumeich and Witschel, pp. 303–21

Keesling, Catherine M., ‘Patrons of Athenian Votive Monuments of the Archaic and Classical Periods: Three Studies’, Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 74 (3), 2005, 395–426

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Keightley, Thomas, History of the war of independence in Greece (Edinburgh: Constable, 1830)

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[Ker and Pieper], Penn-Leiden Colloquium on Ancient Values VII (Leiden, 2012). Valuing the past in the Greco-Roman world: Proceedings from the Penn-Leiden Colloquia on Ancient Values VII / edited by James Ker, Christoph Pieper (Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2014)

Kerviler, J. Marie Vincent Pocard, Souvenirs d’un vieux capitaine de frégate (Paris: Champion, 1893)

Nichols, Kate, ‘Marbles for the Masses: The Elgin Marbles at Crystal Palace Sydenham’, in Coltman, Vicky (ed.), Making Sense of Greek Art (Exeter: University of Exeter Press, 2012), 179–202

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Kitromilides, Paschalis M., Enlightenment and Revolution: The Making of Modern Greece (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2013)

Kitromilides, Paschalis M., and Constantinos Tsoukalas, eds [and many other contributors], The Greek Revolution: A Critical Dictionary (Harvard: Harvard University Press, 2021)

[Klagges and Nickel], Volk und Führer. Deutsche Geschichte für Schulen, Klasse 2. Herausgegeben von Dietrich Klagges. Ausgabe für Mittelschulen im Verbindung mit Schlttat Dr. Gustave Märlisch. Klasse 2: Arier und Germanen. Bearbeit von Dr. Ernst Nickel, Berlin (Frankfurt: Moritz, 1940)

Kleeman, Nicolas, Voyage de Vienne à Belgrade et à Kilianova, dans le pays des Tartares Budziacs & Nogais dans la Crimée, & de Kaffa à Constantinople, au travers de la mer Noire avec le retour à Vienne, par Trieste. Fait dans les années1768, 1769 & 1770, par Nicolas Ernest Kleeman. On y a joint le description des choses les plus remarquables concernant la Crimée. Tr de l’allemand (Neuchâtel: Société typographique, 1788)

Klenze, Leo von (Architekten, Königl. Bayerischen Hof-Bau-Intendanten, Vorstaude der Ober-Bau-Behoörde, wirklickem Geheimerathe und Kammerherrn), Aphoristische Bemerkungen gesammelt auf seiner Reise nach Griechenland (Berlin: Reimer, 1838)

[Klenze], Ein Griechischer Traum, Leo von Klenze der Archäologe (Munich: Glyptothek, Catalogue of an Exhibition, 1985–86)

[Klenze, Stillwell], Stillwell, Richard, ‘The Parthenon in 1834’, Record of the Art Museum, Princeton University, 19 (1), Special Number in Honor of the Director Ernest Theodore DeWald on the Occasion of His Retirement (1960), 93–97,

Knight, Henry Gally, Esq., Eastern Sketches in Verse, 3rd edition (London: Murray, 1830)

Knight, Richard Payne, An analytical essay on the Greek alphabet (London: Printed by Nichols for Elmsly, 1791)

Knight, William, Oriental Outlines or a Rambler’s Recollections of a Tour in Turkey, Greece, & Tuscany in 1838 (London: Sampson Low, 1839)

Knox, Robert, The Races of Men, A Fragment by Robert Knox, MD, Lecturer in Anatomy, and Corresponding Member of the National Academy of Medicine of France (London: Henry Renshaw, 1850). A second edition The Races of Men: a Philosophical Enquiry into the Influence of Race over the Destinations of Nations, second edition with supplementary chapters (London: Henry Renshaw, 1862),

Knox, Robert, Great Artists and Great Anatomists, A Biographical and Philosophical Study (London: John Van Voorst, 1852),

Knox, Robert, A Manual of Artistic Anatomy for the Use of Sculptors, Painters, and Amateurs (London: Henry Renshaw, 1852),

[Knox and Fau], The anatomy of the external forms of man: intended for the use of artists, painters and sculptors By J. Fau; edited with additions by Robert Knox. With an atlas of twenty-eight plates (London: J.B. Baillière, 1849)

[Knox and Lonsdale], Lonsdale, Henry, A sketch of the life and writings of Robert Knox the anatomist by his pupil and colleague Henry Lonsdale (London: Macmillan, 1870)

König, Kurt (Oberleutnant und Regiments-Adjutant, [and other members]), Armee-Nachr-Ret. 521 (Belgrade: Regimental history of the campaign in Yugoslavia and Greece, 1941)

Koeppen, Prof A.L., Sketches of a traveller from Greece, Constantinople, Asia Minor, Syria, and Palestine (Chambersburg, PA: Printed by Kiefer, 1854)

[Koeppen], Professor Koeppen: The adventures of a Danish scholar in Athens and America (Franklin and Marshall College Studies No. One) By H.M.J. Klein & Richard D. Altick (Lancaster, Pa: 1938)

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Kokkou, Angelikē, Hē merimna gia tis archaiotētēs stēn Hellada kai ta prōta mouseia (Athens: Kapon, 2009)

Kondares, Ίστορίαι παλαιού και πάνυ ωφέλιμοι της περίφημου πόλεως Άθήνης (‘Ancient and Useful Stories of the Famous City of Athens’) (Venice: 1676)

[Korais, Adamantios], Mémoire sur l’état actuel de la civilisation dans la Grèce, lu à la Société des Observateurs de l’homme, le 16 nivôse, an XI (6 janvier 1803). Par Coray, docteur en Médecine, et membre de ladite société. No publisher is named but the book is thought to have been printed in Paris by Didot in 1803.

Korka, Elena, Fragments of the Parthenon Sculptures displayed in Museums across Europe (with the exception of the British Museum and the Acropolis Museum) (Athens: Ministry of Culture and Sports, 2017)

Korres, Manolis [et al.], Athens 1917, Through the Eyes of the Army of the Orient (Athens: French School at Athens and Melissa, 2017). Numerous photographs with explanatory commentaries in French, Greek and English

Korres, Manolis, ‘The Parthenon from Antiquity to the 19th Century’, in Tournikiotis, pp. 138–61.

Korres, M., ‘Seismic damage to the monuments of the Athenian Acropolis’, in Stiros, S. and Jones, R., eds, Archaeoseismology. Fitch Laboratory Occasional Paper 7 (Athens: British School at Athens, 1996), pp. 69–74

Korres, M., Study for the Restoration of the Parthenon, vol. 4 (Athens: Ministry of Culture and Committee for the Preservation of the Acropolis Monuments, 1994). In Greek with summaries in English

Korres, Manolis, ‘Topographic Examination of the Acropolis at Athens’,

Koumarianou, Aikaterine, Athens, the City, the People, 12th–19th Centuries (Athens: Potamos, 2005). In Greek

[Kourouniōtēs and Sōtēriou], Mesaiōnika mnēmeia Attikēs, Parts 1 and 2 by K. Kourouniōtēs and G.A. Sōtēriou; part 2 in addition by A. Xyngopoulos; part 3 by A.K. Orlandos (Athens: [n.d.], 1927–1933)

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Ković, Miloš. Disraeli and the Eastern Question (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)

Kraay, C.M., The Coins of Ancient Athens (Newcastle: Minerva Numismatic Handbooks, 1968)

Krazeisen, Karl, Bildnisse ausgezeichneter Griechen und Philhellenen/Portraits des Grecs et des Philhellènes les plus célèbres (Munich: For the Author, 1828–1831)

Krayenbelt, Ds, Predt te Rotterdam, Het Heilige Land: Reis Door Egypte, Palestina En Syrië (Rottendam: Wenk and Birkhoff, 1895).

Krumeich, Ralf and Christian Witschel (eds), Die Akropolis von Athen im Hellenismus und in der römischen Kaiserzeit (Wiesbaden: Reichert Verlag, 2010)

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Lacour, M. J-L., Excursions en Grèce (Paris: Bertrand, 1834)

Lacretelle, Jacques de, Le demi-dieu ou le voyage en Grèce (Paris: Grasset, 1930)

Laiou, Sophia, ‘The Greek Revolution in the Morea According to the Description of an Ottoman Official’, in Pizanias, Petros, ed., The Greek Revolution of 1821: A European Event (Istanbul: Isis, 2011), pp. 241–55

Lambert, S.D., The phratries of Attica (Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1991)

Lange, Major i. Genst von, Gegen Bomber, Bunker, Panzer, Herausgegeben im Auftrage des Oberkommandos der Wehrmacht (Berlin: Verlag Scherl, [n.d.], 1942)

Laiou, Sophia, ‘The Greek Revolution in the Morea According to the Description of an Ottoman Official’, in Pizanias, pp. 241–55

[Lamartine, Huish], Travels in the Holy Land; or, a visit to the scenes of our Redeemer’s life by Alphonse de Lamartine, in 1832–1833. Translated from the original Paris edition by Robert Huish (London: printed [for], William Wright, [n.d.], 1837)

Lamartine, Alphonse de, Travels in the East including a Journey in the Holy Land, from the French, a new translation for the present edition, with a memoir of the author and notes (Edinburgh: Chambers, 1839)

[Lamartine], Correspondance d’Alphonse de Lamartine (1830–1867) / textes réunis, classés et annotés par Christian Croisille; avec la collaboration de

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Lane-Poole, Stanley, The Life of Lord Stratford de Redcliffe, K.G… (London: Longman, two vols, 1888). The later one volume, ‘popular’, edition does not include the remarks on Lord Elgin

Lape, Susan, Race and Citizen Identity in the Classical Athenian Democracy (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Lapouge, Georges Vacher de, Les Sélections Sociales; cours libre de science politique professé à l’Université de Montpellier (Paris: Thorin, 1896)

Larrabee, Stephen A., Hellas Observed, The American Experience of Greece 1775–1865 (New York: New York University Press, 1957)

Laurent, Peter Edmund, Recollections of a Classical Tour through Various Parts of Greece, Turkey, and Italy, made in the years 1818 and 1819 (London: Whitaker, second edition, 1822)

Lauvergne, H., Souvenirs de la Grèce pendant la campagne de 1825 ou Mémoires historiques et biographiques sur Ibrahim, son armée, Khourchid, Sève, Mari, et autres généraux de l’expédition d’Égypte en Morée (Paris: de Gastel, 1826)

Lawrence, Richard, Elgin Marbles from the Parthenon at Athens exemplified by Fifty Etchings… (London: Sold by the author, 1818). The names of 218 subscribers are included

Lawson, John Cuthbert (M.A., Fellow and Lecturer of Pembroke College, Cambridge, formerly Craven Student of the University), Modern Greek Folklore and Ancient Greek Religion: A Study in Survivals (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1910)

Le Gall, Jean-Marie, Le Mythe de Saint Denis (Paris: Champ Vallon, 2007)

Leake, William Martin, Researches in Greece (London: John Booth, 1814)

Leake, W.M. (Lieut-Col. R.A., L.L.D., F.R.S., Member of the Royal Academy of Sciences of Berlin), The Topography of Athens with some remarks on its Antiquities (London: Murray, 1821). The references are to the second edition of 1841 which is substantially different

Leake, William Martin (Late Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery), An historical outline of the Greek revolution: with a few remarks on the present state of affairs in that country (London: Murray, 1826)

[Leake], Roque, Phocion, Topographie d’Athènes d’après le Colonel Leake … et Mit au Courant des Découvertes les plus Récentes (Paris: Plon, 1869)

Lear, Edward, Journals of a Landscape Painter in Albania &c (London: Bentley, 1851)

Leathes, Rev. Professor Stanley (M.A., King’s College, Londo)n, The Cities Visited by St Paul (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1873)

[Le Bas], ‘Voyages et Recherches archéologiques de M. Le Bas, en Grèce et en Asie Mineure’, Revue archéologique, ou recueil de documents et de mémoires relatifs a l’étude des monuments et a la philologie de l’antiquité et du moyen age publiés par les principaux archéologues français et étrangers et accompagnés de planches gravées d’apres les monuments originaux, première partie (Paris: Ernest Leroux, 1844) [the first issue of the journal], 206–211; 277–290; 314–319; 629–642; 705–722; and in subsequent issues

Lechat, Henri (Ancien membre de l’École d’Athènes, Chargé de cours à l’Université de Lyon), Au Musée de l’Acropole d’Athènes: études sur la sculpture en Attique avant la ruine de l’Acropole lors de l’invasion de Xerxès (Lyon: A. Rey, imprimeur-éditeur; Paris: Librairie A. Fontemoing, 1903). Some had appeared in the Revue Archéologique

Lee, J.S., D.D. (Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the theological department of St. Lawrence University), Sacred Cities: Narrative, Descriptive, Historical (Cincinnati: Williamson & Cantwell, 1877)

Lee, Rev. Joseph, A Cruise to Egypt, the Holy Land, Asia Minor, Greece, Rome, ETC (Morgantown, W.Va: Acme Publishing Company, 1901)

Lee, Mireille M., ‘The Peplos and the Dorian Question’, in Donohue, A.A., and Mark D. Fullerton, eds, Ancient Art and its Historiography (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2003) pp. 118–47

Leeper, Sir Reginald, When Greek Meets Greek (London: Chatto, 1950)

[Lehman and Weinman], Lehman, Geoff, and Weinman, Michael, The Parthenon and Liberal Education (New York: Suny Press, 2018)

Lerebours, Noël-Marie-Paynal, Excursions daguerriennes: Vues et monuments les plus remarquables du globe (Paris: Dusacq and Company, 1841)

Lesk, Alexandra L., A Diachronic Examination of the Erechtheion and its Reception, Unpublished PhD Thesis, University of Cincinnati, 2004, phd vol i text.pdf 

Lethaby, W.R., Greek Buildings: Represented by Fragments in the British Museum (London: Batsford, 1908)

Lévêque, Charles, ‘Les Monumens d’Athènes et les études archéologiques en Grèce’, Revue des Deux Mondes, 11 (1851), 637–60

Lewis, Sian, The Athenian Woman: An Iconographic Handbook (London: Routledge, 2002)

Linton, William (Corresponding Member of the Archaeological Society of Athens, Author of ‘Ancient and Modern Colours’ &c.), Scenery of Greece and its Islands, Illustrated by Fifty Views, Sketched from Nature, Executed on steel, and described en route, with map of the Country (London: published privately by the artist, 1856) Engravings with literary and historical notes on each. A commercial edition was published by Cassell in 1869

Linton, William (Corresponding member of the Archaeological Society of Athens; author of ‘Ancient and modern colours’; ‘Scenery of Greece’ etc.), Colossal Vestiges of the Older Nations. With a diagram (London: Longman, 1862)

List, Herbert, Licht über Hellas, Eine Symphonie in Bildern, Einleitung von W.H. Schuchhardt (Munich: Callwey, 1953). The photographs, some homoerotic, were taken in Greece in 1937 and 1938

List, Herbert, Junge männer [introduction by Stephen Spender] (Altadena: Twin Palms Publishers, 1988). See also Spender

Lithgow, William, The Totall Discourse of the Rare Adventures & Painful Peregrinations of long Nineteene Yeares Travayles, from Scotland to the most famous Kingdomes in Europe, Asia and Africa (Glasgow: Maclehose reprint, 1906). The first edition of this much reprinted work was in 1609.

Livanios, Dimitris, ‘The Quest for Hellenism: Religion, Nationalism, and the Quest for Collective Identities in Greece, 1453–1913’, in Zacharia, Hellenisms, pp. 237–69

Macfarlane, Charles, Constantinople in 1828… To which is added an appendix, containing remarks and observations to the autumn of 1829 (London: Saunders and Otley, 1829)

Lobry, F.X., Prêtre de la Mission, La Palestine… Souvenirs de voyage, précédés d’un cup d’oeil sur Athènes, Constantinople, Smyrne et Ephèse (Lille and Paris: Société Augustin, c.1907)

[Londonderry, Lady], A Narrative of travels to Vienna, Constantinople, Athens, Naples, &c (London: Colburn, 1842)

[Londonderry, Lord], A Steam Voyage to Constantinople, by the Rhine and the Danube, in 1840–1841, and to Portugal, Spain, &c., in 1839 (London: Colburn, 2 vols, 1842)

Long, Gavin, Greece, Crete and Syria, Australia in the war of 1939–1945 (Series 1, Army, Vol II, Canberra, 1953)

[Longinus], Poetics, Aristotle; edited and translated by Stephen Halliwell. On the sublime; Longinus; edited and translated by W. Hamilton Fyfe; revised by Donald Russell. On style; Demetrius; edited and translated by Doreen C. Innes; based on the translation by W. Rhys Roberts (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1995)

Loraux, Nicole, The Invention of Classical Athens, The Funeral Oration in the Classical City, translated by Alan Sheridan (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1986)

Loraux, Nicole, The Children of Athena, Athenian Ideas about Citizenship and the Division between the Sexes, translated by Caroline Levine (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1993). The original French edition was published in 1984.

Loukaki, Argyro, Living Ruins, Value Conflicts (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006)

Lowenthal, David, The Past is a Foreign Country (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985). The references are to The Past is a Foreign Country Revisited, an updated edition 2015

Lüdemann, Hans Dr., Sparta, Lebensordnung und Schicksal (Leipzig and Berlin: Teubner, 1939)

McCollester, Sullivan Holman, After-Thoughts of Foreign Travel in Historic Lands (Boston: New England Publishing Company, [n.d.], c.1882)

MacGill, Thomas, Travels in Turkey, Italy and Russia during the years 1803, 1804, 1805, & 1806 with an account of some of the Greek Islands (London: Murray, 1808)

[Macgregor], Sketches in Greece and Turkey (London: Ridgeway, 1833)

Mackenzie, Compton, Wind of Freedom, The History of the Invasion of Greece by the Axis Powers, 1940–41 (London: Chatto & Windus, 1943)

McLean, A., Corresponding Secretary of the Foreign Christian Missionary Society, A Circuit of the Globe, A Series of Letters of Travel across the America Continent, through the Hawaiian Republic, Japan, China, The Straits settlements, Burma, India, Ceylon, Australia, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Turkey, Greece, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Scandinavia, France and England, with an Introduction by G.H. Garrison, Editor of the Christian-Evangelist (St Louis: Christian Publishing Company, 1897)

Mackridge, Peter, Language and National Identity in Greece, 1766–1976 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009)

McGarvey, J.W. (Professor of Sacred History in the College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky), Lands of the Bible. A Geographical and Topographical Description of Palestine, with Letters of Travel in Egypt, Syria, Asia Minor, and Greece, seventeenth thousand (Louisville, Ky: Guide Printing and Publishing Company, third edition 1890)

Ma, John, Papazarkadas, Nikolaos, and Parker, Robert (eds), Interpreting the Athenian Empire (London: Duckworth, 2009)

Mably, M. l’Abbé de, Observations sur les Grecs (Paris: 1749). Revised and published offshore as Observations sur l’Histoire de la Grèce, ou des Causes de la Prospérité et des Malheurs des Grecs (Geneva: Company of Booksellers, 2 vols, 1766)

Mach, Edmund von, Greek Sculpture, its Spirit and Principles (Boston: Ginn, 1903)

Madden, R.R., Esq. M.R.C.S., Travels in Turkey, Egypt, Nubia, and Palestine, in 1824, 1825, 1826, and 1827 (London: Colburn, 1829)

Madox, John, Excursions in the Holy Land, Egypt, Nubia, Syria, &c (London: Bentley, 1834)

Magne, Lucien (Professeur à l’École des Beaux-Arts, Architecte du Gouvernement), Le Parthénon — Études faites au cours de deux missions en Grèce (1894–1895) (Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1895)

Magne, Lucien, La conservation du Parthénon, Conference faite le 31 Mars 1905 à la Sorbonne (Paris: Imprimerie Nationale, 1905)

Mahaffy, Rev. J.P., M.A., Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, Social Life in Greece from Homer to Menander (London: Macmillan, 1874). There are big differences between this, the 390 page edition, and the 1876, 451 page edition that was available for about 50 years

Mahaffy, J.P. (author of ‘Prolegomena to Ancient History;’ ‘Kant’s Philosophy for English Readers;’ ‘Social Life in Greece;’ etc.), Rambles and Studies in Greece third extended edition, London: Macmillan, 1887)

Mahaffy, J.P., Greek Pictures, Drawn with Pen and Pencil (London: Religious Tract Society, 1890), and numerous other works not listed

[Mahaffy], Stanford, W.B., and R.B. McDowell, Mahaffy: A Biography of an Anglo-Irishman (1971)

Major, Rev. J.R., Questions Adapted to Mitford’s History of Greece (London and Cambridge: 1827)

[Makriyannis], The Memoirs of General Makriyannis 1797–1864. Ed. and transl. by H.A. Lidderdale (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1966)

Makriyannis, Nik. M., Greece in 1800, Engravings of the Era. Text in Greek and English (Athens: Distributed by ERGO, 2001)

[Makriyannis, Georgopoulou], Ioannis Makriyannis, Vital Expressions, English language version of the catalogue of an exhibition held at the Gennadius Library, Athens, 2018, edited by Maria Georgopoulou and others (Athens: Kapon, 2018)

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Mallachou-Tufano, Fanny, ed., 5th International Meeting for the Restoration of the Acropolis Monuments, Athens 4–6 October, 2002 (Athens: Ministry of Culture, 2004)

Mallachou-Tufano, Fane, The Restoration (Anastilosis) of Ancient Monuments in Modern Greece 1833–1939 (Athens: Archaeological Society of Athens, no. 176 (1998). In Greek with a summary in English

Malcolm, Noel, Useful Enemies: Islam and the Ottoman Empire in Western Political Thought 1450–1750 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)

Malherbe, Raoul de, L’Orient, 1718–1845: histoire, politique, religion, mœurs, etc (Paris: Gide, 1846)

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Mandat-Grancey, Baron E. de, Au pays d’Homère (Paris: Plon, 1902)

[Mangeart, J.-S., Souvenirs de la Morée (Paris: Igonette, 1830)

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Mango, Cyril, ‘Diabolus Byzantinus’, in Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 46, Homo Byzantinus: Papers in Honor of Alexander Kazhdan (1992), 215–23

Mango, Cyril, ed. and transl., The Art of the Byzantine Empire 312–1453, Sources and Documents (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1972)

Marcellus, Vicomte de, ancien Ministre Plenipotentiare, Souvenirs de l’Orient (Paris: Debecourt, 1839)

Marcet, Frank, Extracts from his journal in Greece in 1826 edited by Guy de Pourtalès [in French], Revue hebdomadaire, nos 48, 461–81; 49, 79–100; and 50, 232–52 (Nov.–Dec. 1915).

Marchand, Suzanne L., Down from Olympus, Archaeology and Philhellenism in Germany 1750–1950 (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1996)

[Marchebeus], Voyage de Paris à Constantinople par bâteau à vapeur nouvel itinéraire orné de vues et vignettes sur acier, avec tableaux indiquant les lieux desservis par les paquebots à vapeur, sur la Méditerranée, l’Adriatique et le Danube, le prix des places et des marchandises, les distances et la valeur des monnaies par Marchebeus, architecte du gouvernement (Paris: Artus, 1839)

[Marjoribanks, Thomas S.,], Travel Sketches I, Letters from Egypt, Greece, and Southern Italy, 1902; II, Notes from America, 1887 (Haddington: Printed by D. and J. Croal, 1902)

Mark, Ira S., The Sanctuary of Athena Nike in Athens: Architectural Stages and Chronology (Princeton: Hesperia Supplement 26, 1993)

Markantonatos, Andreas and Eleni Volonaki, Eleni (eds) Poet and Orator: A Symbiotic Relationship in Democratic Athens (Berlin; Boston: de Gruyter, 2019)

Marmier, Xavier, Impressions et souvenirs d’un voyageur chrétien (Tours: Mame, 1891)

Marouli-Zilemenou, Maria, ed., The Parthenon: The Repatriation of the Sculptures (Athens: Sideres, 2004)

Marshall, T.W.M., Christian Missions, their Agents and their Results (New York [and other cities]: Rennie [and others], 1865)

Martin, Felix, Money, the unauthorised Biography (London: Bodley Head, 2013)

Marvin, the late Bishop E.M., D.D., To the East by way of the West. giving an account of what the author saw in heathen lands during his late missionary voyage around the world; also graphic descriptions of travel and sight-seeing in Turkey, Greece, Rome, Italy, France, Switzerland, Germany and England. With Biographical Sermon, by Bishop H.N. McTyeire, D.D. and Introduction, by Rev. T.O. Summers, D.D. (St Louis: Bryan Brand, 1878)

Matton, Lya, and Matton, Raymond, Athènes et ses Monuments du XVIIe Siècle à nos jours (Athens: Institut français d’Athènes, 1963)

Mauclair, Camille, Athènes, Trente Planches en Couleur d’àpres les Tableaux de Paul Bret (Paris: Laurens, 1935)

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 (London: Bowyer, 1803)

[Mayer, Luigi], Views in Turkey (London: Bowyer, 1819)

Mazier du Heaume, Hippolyte, Voyage d’un Jeune Grec à Paris (Paris: Fr. Louis, 1824)

Mazower, Mark, Inside Hitler’s Greece, The Experience of Occupation, 1941–44 (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1993)

Mazower, Mark, Governing the World: The History of an Idea (London: Allen Lane, 2012)

Menander Rhetor and [Dionysius of Halicarnassus], Ars Rhetorica, edited and translated by William H. Race (Harvard: Harvard University Press, Loeb editions, 2019)

Mengous, Peter, Narrative of a Greek Soldier; containing Anecdotes and Occurrences Illustrating the Character and Manners of the Greeks and Turks in Asia Minor, and Detailing Events of the Late War in Greece (New York: Elliott and Palmer, 1830)

[Merezhkovsky, Dmitry Sergeyevich], The Acropolis: from the Russian by G.A. M[ounsey] (London: privately printed, c.1909)

Merryman, John Henry, ed., Imperialism, Art and Restitution (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)

Meskell, Lynn, A Future in Ruins, UNESCO, World Heritage, and the Dream of Peace (New York: Oxford University Press, 2018)

Metaxas, Constantin, Souvenirs de la guerre de l’indépendance de la Grèce par Constantin Métaxas traduit du Grec par Jules Blancard (Paris: Leroux 1887)

[Meursius, ie, Ioannes van Meurs)], Ioannis Meursii, Fortuna Attica, sive De Athenarum origine, incremento, magnitudine, potentia, gloria, vario statu, decremento, & occasu, Liber Singularis (Leiden: Basson, 1622)

[Meursius], Ioannis Meursiii, Cecropia, sive De Athenarun Arcem & eiusdem Antiquitatibus, Liber Singularis (Leiden: Officina Elzeviriana, 1622)

[Meursius], Ioannis Meursiii, Regnum Atticum, sive De Regibus Atheniensiun eorumque Rebus Gestis Libri III (Amsterdam: Janson, 1633)

Meursius, Johannes, Theseus sive de ejus vita rebusque gestis liber postumus accedunt ijusdem paralipomena de Pagis Atticis, et excerpta ex V.C. Jacobi Sponii Itinerario de iisdem pagis (Utrecht: Halma, 1684)

[Meursius], Opera Omnia, I. Lamius rec. & scholiis illust. (Florence: twelve vols, 1741–1763)

[Michaud and Poujoulat], Correspondance d’Orient 1830–31 par M Michaud de l’Academie Française et M Poujoulat (Paris: Ducollet, 1833–1835)

Michaelis, Adolf, PH.D., Professor of Classical Archaeology in the University of Strassburg, Ancient Marbles in Great Britain, Translated from the German… (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1882)

Michell, Nicolas, Ruins of Many Lands, A Descriptive Poem, with Illustrations (London: Tegg, 1849)

[Militiaman], The Militiaman at Home and Abroad… with sketches of the Ionian Islands, Malta, and Gibraltar by Emeritus, with illustrations by John Leech (London: Smith Elder, 1857). A privately owned copy notes that the author was ‘Major Power of the Wilts Militia, served in Corfu in 55/56’

[Mirabal], Voyage d’Italie et de Grèce; avec une dissertation sur la bizarrerie des opinions des hommes (Paris: Jean Guignard, 1698)

Miller, D.L., Letters from Europe, Bible Lands… (Mount Morris, IL: The Brethren’s Publishing Co., ninth edition, 1889)

Miller, Mrs. D.L., Letters to the young from the Old World: notes of travel (Mount Morris: The Brethren’s publishing company, 1896)

Miller, Col. Jonathan P., of Vermont, The condition of Greece, in 1827 and 1828; being an exposition of the poverty, distress, and misery, to which the inhabitants have been reduced by the destruction of their towns and villages and the ravages of their country, by a merciless Turkish foe … As contained in his journal, kept by order of the Executive Greek Committee of the city of New-York; commencing with his departure from that place in the ship Chancellor, March, 1827, and terminating with his return in May, 1828; during which time he visited Greece, and acted as principal agent in the distribution of the several cargoes of clothing and provisions sent from the United States to the old men, women, children, and non-combatants of Greece; Embellished with plates (New York: Harper, 1828)

Miller, Joseph William, Mars Hill: and other poems (Philadelphia: Collins, Printer, 1879)

Miller, William, Memorials of Hope Place (London: privately printed, 1886)

Miller, William, Essays on the Latin Orient (Amsterdam: Hakkert, 1964)

Millingen, Julius, Memoirs of the Affairs of Greece; Containing an Account of the military and political Events, which occurred in 1823 and following years. With Various Anecdotes relating to Lord Byron, And an account of his last illness and death. By Julius Millingen, Surgeon to the Byron Brigade at Mesolonghi, and to the Greek Army in Western Greece, Peloponnesus, &c. (London: Rodwell, 1831)

Milnes, Richard Monckton, Memorials of a Tour in some parts of Greece (London: Moxon, 1835)

[Milnes], Reid, T. Wemyss, The life, letters, and friendships of Richard Monckton

Milnes, first Lord Houghton (London: Cassell, 1890)

[Mirabal], Voyage d’Italie et de Grèce; avec une dissertation sur la bizarrerie des opinions des hommes (Paris: Jean Guignard, 1698)

Mitchell, Lucy M., A History of Ancient Sculpture with numerous illustrations, including six plates in phototype (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, 1883). The book was accompanied by an optional folio volume, Selections from Ancient Sculpture Representing Thirty-six Masterpieces of Antiquity a Supplement to a History of Ancient Sculpture Illustrated by Twenty Plates in Phototype By Albert Frisch, Berlin

Mitchell, W.J.T., (ed.), Landscape and power (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994)

Mitchell, Lynette, The Heroic Rulers of Archaic and Classical Greece (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2013)

Mitsi, Efterpi, Greece in Early English Travel Writing 1596–1682 (London: Palgrave, 2017)

Mommsen, Theodor E., ‘The Venetians in Athens and the Destruction of the Parthenon in 1687’, American Journal of Archaeology, 45 (1941), 544–56

Moore, James, Morris, Ian Macgregor, and Bayliss, Andrew J., Reinventing History, the Enlightenment Origins of Ancient History (London: Institute of Historical Research, 2008)

Morell, Thomas, Studies in History; Containing the History of Greece, from Its Earliest Period, to Its Final Subjugation By the Romans; in a series of Essays, Accompanied with Reflections, References to Original Authorities and Historical Questions (London: third edition, 1817). A school book offered as an ‘attempt to inculcate Christian morality, and elucidate religious truth, by means of general history.’

Morison, A., Chanoine de Bar le Duc, & Chevalier du saint‎ Sépulchre, Relation historique d’un voyage nouvellement fait au Mont de Sinaï et à Jérusalem. On trouvera dans cette relation un détail exact de ce que l’auteur a vû de plus remarquable en Italie, en Égypte & en Arabie. Dans les principales provinces de la Terre-Sainte. Sur les côtes de Syrie & en Phénicie. Dans les Isles de la Méditerranée & de l’Archipel. Dans l’Asie mineure & dans la Thrace, sur les côtes de Negrepont, du territoire d’Athénes, de la Morée & de la Barbarie. On y verra aussi en abrégé l’origine, l’étendue, la puissance & le gouvernement politique de l’Empire Ottoman; avec une idée juste de la religion, du génie, des mœurs & des coutumes des Turcs. Divisée en trois parties (Toul: A. Laurent, printer of the King and of the Bishop, 1704)

[Morosini communiqué], A Journal of the Venetian campaigne, A.D. 1687, under the conduct of the Capt. General Morosini, General Coningsmark, Providitor Gen. Cornaro, General Venieri, &c. Translated from the Italian original, sent from Venice, and printed by order of the most Serene Republick. Licensed, Decemb. 16. 1687, R. L’Estrange (London: Printed by H.C. and sold by R. Taylor, near Stationers-Hall 1688)

Morot, Jean-Baptiste, Journal De Voyage: Paris a Jérusalem, 1839 et 1840 (Paris: J. Claye, second edition, 1873)

Morphopoulos, Panos, ‘Byron’s Translation and Use of Modern Greek Writings’, Modern Language Notes, 54 (May 1939), 317–26

Morison, Andrew, illustrations by Maurice Hall, Ye Gods (Athens: Published by Education, HQ, L.F.G. [Land Forces Greece], 1946)

Morrell, Nicholas, Ruins of Many Lands, A Descriptive Poem, with Illustrations (London: Tegg, 1849)

Morris, E. Joy, Notes of a Tour through Turkey, Greece, Egypt, Arabia Petraea to the Holy Land (Philadelphia: Carey and Hart, 1842)

Morris, Herbert W., D.D., Author of ‘Science and the Bible: or, The Work Days of God’, ‘Present conflict of Science with the Christian Religion’ etc., Testimony of the ages; or, Confirmations of the Scriptures, from modern science and recent discoveries; ancient records and monuments; the ruins of cities and relics of tombs; The Greek and Latin Classics; Assyrian Inscriptions and Egyptian Hieroglyphics; Antique Sculptures, Coins, Gems and Medals; The Ordnance Survey of Sinai; The Late Exploration of Palestine; The Literal Fulfillment of Prophecies, as Attested by the Writings of Heathen Nations; etc., etc.: EVIDENCES Which the PLAIN READER can understand, which the SCHOLAR will appreciate, and which the SKEPTIC cannot refute (Philadelphia: Bradley, 1883)

Morris, Ian, (ed.), Classical Greece, Ancient Histories and Modern Archaeologies (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1994)

[Morritt], The Letters of John B. S. Morritt of Rokeby, descriptive of journeys in Europe and Asia in the years 1794–1796, edited by G.E. Marindin (London: Murray, 1914)

Morphopoulos, Panos, ‘Byron’s Translation and Use of Modern Greek Writings’, Modern Language Notes, 54 (May 1939), 317–26

Morton, H.V., In The Steps of St. Paul (London: Rich and Cowan, 1936)

Mostratos, Georgios, ‘A Reconstruction of the Parthenon’s East Pediment’, in Cosmopoulos, pp. 114–49

Mott, Valentine, M.D., President of the Medical Faculty of the University of New-York, and Professor of Surgery, &c., &c., Travels in Europe and the East, Embracing Observations made during a tour through Great Britain, Ireland, France, Belgium, Holland, Prussia, Saxony, Bohemia, Austria, Bavaria, Switzerland, Lombardy, Tuscany, The Papal States, the Neapolitan Dominions, Malta, The Islands of the Archipelago, Greece, Egypt, Asia Minor, Turkey, Moldavia, Wallachia, and Hungary, in the Years ‘1834’,35’,36’,37’,38’,39’,40 and ‘41 (New York: Harper, 1842)

Mouritsen, Henrik, ‘Modern nations and ancient models: Italy and Greece compared’, in Beaton, Roderick (with David Ricks), The Making of Modern Greece: Romanticism, Nationalism and the Uses of the Past (17971896)(Aldershot: Ashgate, 2009), pp. 43–49

Müller, Friedrich, Denkwürdigkeiten aus Griechenland in den Jahren 1827 und 1828 (Paris: Herausgegeben von P.O. Brønsted, 1833)

[Müller, Karl O.]], The history and antiquities of the Doric race, by C.O. Müller … Translated from the German by Henry Tufnell … and George Cornewall Lewis (London: Murray 1839)

Müller, Karl O., Athens and Attica; an inquiry into the civil, moral and religious institutions of the inhabitants, the rise and decline of the Athenian power and the topography and chorography of ancient Attica and Athens, translated from the German of K.O. Müller, Grotefend, and others by John Ingram Lockhart (London, Oxford, and Cambridge: Groombridge, 1842)

Mure, William, of Caldwell, Journal of a Tour in Greece and the Ionian Islands, with remarks on the recent history — present state — and classical antiquities of those countries (Edinburgh and London: Blackwood, 1842)

Murray, A.S., L.L.D., F.S.A., Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum, The Sculptures of the Parthenon (London: Murray, 1903)

[Murray, Eustace Clare Grenville], From Mayfair to Marathon (London: Bentley, 1853)

[Murray, Eustace Clare Grenville], The Roving Englishman in Turkey: sketches from life reprinted in part from ‘Household words’ (London: Routledge, 1855) with a new edition, expanded, in 1877, to which the footnotes refer.

[Murray, Eustace Clare Grenville], Berridge, G.R., A diplomatic whistleblower in the Victorian Era, The Life and Writings of E.C. Grenville-Murray (Istanbul: Isis Press, second printed edition, 2017)

Museum Worsleyanum or a Collection of Antique Basso-Relievos, Bustos, Statues, and Gems; with views of Places in the Levant taken on the spot in the years MDCCLXXV. VI. and VII. (London: Prowett, 1824)

Nagel, Susan, The mistress of the Elgin marbles: a biography of Mary Nisbet, Countess of Elgin (Chichester: Wiley, 2004)

Myrogiannis Stratos, The Emergence of a Greek Identity (1700–1821) (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2012)

Napier, Lt. Colonel E., Excursions along the Shores of the Mediterranean (London: Colburn, 1842)

[Navarino], Darstellung der Seeschlacht von Navarin und der unmittelbar vorhergegangenen Begebenheiten (Karlsruhe: Müller, 1828)

Neale, Adam, Travels through some parts of Germany, Poland, Moldavia, and Turkey (London: Longman, 1818)

Neale, William J., Cavendish; or, the Patrician at sea (London: H. Colburn & R. Bentley, 1831)

Neer, Richard, The Emergence of the Classical Style in Greek Sculpture (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2010)

Neer, Richard T., Art & archaeology of the Greek world: A new history (London: Thames & Hudson, 2012)

Neezer, Christoph, Apomnemoneumata [‘Memoirs’] (Athens: [n.p.], 1896)

Neher, Kurt, Serbien, Griechenland, Kreta Feindfrei (Berlin: Schützen-Verlag, 1942)

[Neigebaur, Johann D.F.,], Tuttolasso`s Wanderungen durch Deutschland, Polen Ungarn und Griechenland im Jahre 1836 (Stuttgart: Verlag der Classiker, 1839)

Neils, Jenifer, ed., Worshipping Athena: Panathenaia and Parthenon (Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 1996)

Neils, Jenifer, ‘Pride, Pomp, and Circumstance: The Iconography of Procession’, in Neils, Worshipping, pp. 177–97

Neils, Jenifer, ed., The Parthenon from Antiquity to the Present (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005)

[Nelly’s (Elli Souyioultzoglou-Seraidari)], Nelly’s αρχαιότητες Ελλάδα 1925–1939 (Nelly’s antiquities Greece 1925–1939), ed. by Irini Boudouri (Athens: Melissa and Benaki Museum, 2003)

Neumann, Christoph K., ‘Book and newspaper printing in Turkish, 18th–20th century’, in Hanebutt-Benz, Eva, Dagmar Glass and Geoffrey Roper (eds), Middle Eastern languages and the print revolution: a cross-cultural encounter. A catalogue and companion to the exhibition (Mainz: Gutenberg Museum Mainz, Internationale Gutenberg–Gesellschaft, 2002), pp. 227–48

Nevett, Lisa C., Domestic Space in Classical Antiquity: Key Themes in Ancient History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Nevinson, Henry W., Scenes in the Thirty Days War between Greece and Turkey (London: Dent, 1897)

Newton, C.T., M.A., Keeper of the Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum, Travels & Discoveries in the Levant (London: Day, 1865)

Newton, Sir Isaac, The Chronology of Ancient Kingdoms Amended (London: Tonson, Osborn, and Longman, 1728)

Newton, Rev. Richard, D.D., Rector of the Church of the Epiphany, Philadelphia, Illustrated rambles in Bible lands (Philadelphia: American Sunday-School Union, c. 1875)

Nichols, James T. (editor of ‘Christian Union’), Lands of sacred story. Sketches of travel and personal experiences which appeared in the Christian Union during 1908–1909 (Des Moines: Christian Union Press, 1910)

Nichols, James T., Bible Lands as they are today (Des Moines, Iowa: Nichols Book and Travel Company, 1924)

Nichols, William Ford, Some World-Circuit Saunterings (San Francisco: Paul Elder, 1913) Includes a list of the many churchmen and of some of the ‘thousands of others’ who financed the trip and the publication on the twentieth anniversary of his being appointed a bishop in the American episcopal church. Nolhac, Stanislav de, La Dalmatie, Les Iles Ioniennes, Athènes et le Mont Athos (Paris: Plon, 1882)

Nilsson, Martin P., Cults, myths, oracles, and politics in ancient Greece: with two appendices: the Ionian phylae, the phratries (Göte: P. Åström, 1986)

Ninck, C., Auf biblischen Pfaden. Reisebilder aus Aegypten, Palästina, Syrien, Kleinasien, Griechenland und der Türkei (Dresden: Verlag der Expedition des ’Deutscher Kinderfreundes’, 1897)

Norden, Eduard, Agnostos Theos: Untersuchungen zur Formengeschichte religiöser Rede (Leipzig, Berlin: B.G. Teubner, 1913)

[Norie], The new Mediterranean pilot, containing sailing directions for the coasts of France, Spain and Portugal, from Ushant to Gibraltar; also instructions for navigating the various coasts, islands, bays, and harbours in the Mediterranean Sea, Gulf of Venice, Archipelago, and part of the Black sea… by J.W. Norie, Hydrographer (London: Norie, 1817)

Norre, A.D., also known as Norre-Dinsmoor, Studies in the History of the Parthenon, unpublished PhD dissertatio,n Ann Arbor University of Michigan. (Ann Arbor Michigan, University Microfilms, 1966)

[Nougaret], Beautés de l’Histoire du Bas-Empire, Contenant les traits les plus curieux et les plus interéssans, depuii Constantine-le-Grand jusques après la prise de Constantinople par Mahomet II. Ouvrage destiné à l’instruction de la jeunesse, orné de 16 planches. Rédigé par P.J.B.N *** [Pierre Jean Baptiste Nougaret] (Paris: le Prieur, third edition, 1818)

[Nowak-Kemp and Galanakis], Nowak-Kemp, Małgosia and Yannis Galanakis ‘Ancient Greek skulls in the Oxford University Museum, Part I George Rolleston, Oxford and the formation of the human skulls collection’, Journal of the History of Collections, 24 (1) (2012), 89–104

Nugent, Lord, Lands Classical and Sacred (London: Knight, 1846)

O’Connell, Peter A., The rhetoric of seeing in Attic forensic oratory (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2017)

O’Halloran, Barry, The political economy of classical Athens: A naval perspective (Leiden: Brill, 2019)

Oehler, Rev. J.C., Taylor, Texas, Cruise to the Orient (Richmond, VA: Presbyterian Committee of Publication, 1897)

Olin, Stephen, D.D., LL.D., late Prebendary of the Wesleyan University, Greece and the Golden Horn with a Preface by the Rev. John McClintock (New York: Derby, 1854)

Oliver, George F., D.D., A trip through Bible lands and Europe; a journalistic record of a tour made in the summer of 1914, just before the world-wide war (Champaign: Loudon, 1915)

Omont, Henri, ed., Athènes au XVIIe siècle. Dessins des sculptures du Parthénon attribués à J. Carrey et conservés à la Bibliothèque nationale, accompagnés de vues et plans d’Athènes et de l’Acropole (Paris: Leroux, 1898)

[Omont Missions], Missions archéologiques françaises en Orient aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles. Documents publiés par H. Omont (Paris: Collection de documents inédits, 1902)

Orlandos, Anastasios K., Hē architektonikē tou Parthenōnos (Athens: [Archaiologikē Hetaireia], 1976–1978)

[Otto], Bower, Leonard und Gordon Bolitho, Otto, König von Griechenland (Autenried: Buch-Kunstverlag, 1997)

Owenson, Sydney, Lady Morgan], Ida of Athens (London: Longman, 4 vols, 1809)

Oxford Prize Poems, being a collection of such English poems as have at various times obtained prizes in the University of Oxford, sixth edition (Oxford: Parker, 1819)

[Page], Money, J.H., ‘The Life and Work of William Page (1794–1872)’, in Old Watercolour Society Clubs, volume for 1972

Paine, J.A., From Dan to Beersheba, or, Travels in the Orient (Meridian, CA: privately printed, 1905)

Palagia, Olga, ed., Greek sculpture: function, materials, and techniques in the archaic and classical periods (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006)

[Panofka], Manners and customs of the Greeks. Tr. from the German of Theodor Panofka. With illustrations by George Scharf. Taken chiefly from Greek fictile vases (London: Newby, 1849)

Pantel, Hans-Henning, Griechenland zwischen Hammer und Amboss (Leipzig: Wilhelm Goldmann, 1941)

Papageorgiou-Venetas, Alexander, Athens, The Ancient Heritage and the Historic Cityscape in a Modern Metropolis (Athens: Archaeological Society of Athens, 1994)

Papageorgiou-Venetas, Alexander, Αθηναενα οραμα του Κλασικισμου (Athens: Kapon, 2001)

Papageorgiou-Venetas, Alexander, ed., Briefwechsel Klenze-Ross 1834–1854 (Athens: Archäologische Gesellschaft zu Athen, 2006)

Papazarkadas, Nikolaos, Sacred and Public Land in Ancient Athens (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011)

[Paris Greek Committee], Lettres Et Documents Officiels Relatifs Aux Derniers Évènements De La Grèce, Qui Ont Précédé Et Suivi la Mort du Comte Capodistrias, Publ. Par Plusieurs Membres De L’ancien Comité Grec de Paris (Paris: Firmin Didot, 1831). Some copies include a note stuck on the title page, urging members of the French government and parliament to read the final pages that urge them to ensure that France takes the initiative on the Treaty of London so as to save Greece

Parker, Robert, Athenian Religion: A History (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1996)

Parker, Robert, ‘One Man’s Piety: The religion of Xenophon in the Anabasis’, in R. Lane Fox (ed.), The Long March. Xenophon and the Ten Thousand (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004), pp. 131–53

Parker, Robert, Polytheism and Society at Athens (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005)

Parker, Robert, ‘Law and Religion’, in Michael Gagarin and David Cohen (eds), The Cambridge Companion to Ancient Greek Law, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), pp. 61–81

Parker, Robert, Greek Gods Abroad: Names, Natures, and Transformations (Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2017)

Parsons, Arthur W., ‘Klepsydra and the Paved Court of the Pythion’, Hesperia, 12 (3), The American Excavations in the Athenian Agora: Twenty-Fourth Report (July–September 1943), 191–267

Parsons, Mikeal C. and Martin, Michael Wade, Ancient rhetoric and the New Testament: The influence of elementary Greek composition (Waco: Baylor University Press, 2018)

Parthenos and Parthenon, Greece & Rome, Vol. 10, Supplement (London: Classical Association, 1963)

Pashley, Robert Esq., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, Travels in Crete (Cambridge: Pitt Press, and London: Murray, 1837)

Pater, Walter, Greek Studies, A Series of Essays (London: Macmillan, 1895 and later editions)

Paton, James Morton, Mediaeval and Renaissance Visitors to Greek Lands, edited by LA.P. [his widow] (Princeton: American School of Classical Studies in Athens, 1951)

Paton, James Morton, The Erechtheum / measured, drawn and restored by Gorham Phillips Stevens; text by Lacey Davis Caskey, Harold North Fowler, James Morton Paton, Gorham Phillips Stevens; edited by James Morton Paton (Cambridge, Mass: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 1927)

[Patriarchs], Itinerarium Totius Sacrae Scripturae, or, The Trauels of the holy Patriarchs … with a Description of the Townes and Places to which they travelled, and how many English miles they stood from Ierusalem (London: Adam Islip, 1638). By Heinrich Bünting, first published in Latin in 1581

Patterson, John Brown, M.A., On the National Character of the Athenians and the Causes of those peculiarities by which it was distinguished. An Essay which gained the prize of one hundred guineas, proposed to the students of the University of Edinburgh, by His Majesty’s Commissioners for Visiting the Universities and Colleges of Scotland (Edinburgh: Printed by Authority of the Commissioners at the University Press by Waugh and Innes … 1828). A new edition was published in 1860. Patterson supplied the quotations from ancient and modern authors that accompanied Williams’s Select Views of Greece, noted below

Patterson, James Laird, M.A., Journal of a Tour in Egypt, Palestine, Syria, and Greece with notes and an Appendix on Ecclesiastical Subjects (London: Dolman, 1852)

[Pausanias, Clavier], Pausaniou Hellados periēgēsis = Description de la Grèce de Pausanias: traduction nouvelle avec le texte grec collationné sur les manuscrits de la Bibliothèque du roi / par M. Clavier (Paris: Eberhart, 1814–1823)

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Perry, Charles, A View of the Levant Particularly of Constantinople, Syria, Egypt, and Greece (London: Woodward and Davis, printers to the Royal Society and Shuckburgh, 1752) with a subscription list of over 700, mainly aristocrats and churchmen, and some libraries

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[Phrantzes], Phrantzēs, Ambrosios, Epitomē Tēs Historias Tēs Anagennētheisēs Hellados (Athens: Typographeas hē Vitōria tou K. Kastorchē kai syntrophias, 1839–1841)

Pictorial Records on 1821 (Athens: Aspioti-Elka Graphic Arts Inc., 1971)

Pierson, Arthur T., The New Acts of the Apostles, Or, The Marvels of Modern Missions: a Series of Lectures Upon the Foundation of the ‘Duff Missionary Lectureship’ (New York: Baker & Taylor, 1894)

Pingiatoglou, Semeli, Eileithyia (Würzburg: Königshausen and Neumann, 1981)

Pinto, Pasquale Massimo, ‘La riscoperta dell’Andosis nel XIX secolo’, in Vallozza, Maddalena (ed.), Isocrate per una nuova edizione critica (Florence: Olschki, 2017), pp. 203–29

[Pittakis], L’ancienne Athènes, ou La description des antiquités d’Athènes et de ses environs par Mr. K.S. Pittakys, Athénien (Athens: Antoniades, 1835)

Pitman, Mrs. Emma Raymond, Authoress of ‘Heroines of the Mission Field’, ‘Vestina’s Martyrdom’ ‘Profit and Loss’ &c &c, Mission Life in Greece and Palestine as Illustrated in the Gospel Labours of May Briscoe Baldwin in Athens and Joppa (London: Cassell, [n.d.], c.1880)

Pizanias, Petros, ed., The Greek Revolution of 1821: A European Event (Istanbul: Isis Press, 2011)

[Platt and Squire], Platt, Verity and Squire, Michael, eds, The Frame in Classical Art: A Cultural History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017)

Plett, Heinrich F., Enargeia in classical antiquity and the early modern age: the aesthetics of evidence (Leiden: Brill, 2012)

Plumley, Miss, Days and Nights in the East; from the original notes of a recent traveller through Egypt, Arabia-Petra, Syria, Turkey and Greece (London: Newby, 1845)

Pococke, Edward, A Description of the East and Some other Countries (London: Bowyer, 1743 and 1745)

[Pococke Letters], Letters from abroad: The grand tour correspondence of Richard Pococke & Jeremiah Milles edited by Rachel Finnegan (Piltown, Co. Kilkenny: Pococke Press, 2011–2013)

[Pöhlmann and West], ‘The Oldest Greek Papyrus and Writing Tablets Fifth-Century Documents from the “Tomb of the Musician”’, in Egert Pöhlmann and Martin L. West, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, Bd. 180 (2012), pp. 1–16

Polwhele, Rev. Richard, Grecian Prospects (Helston and London: privately printed, 1799). A literary exercise compiled from travellers’ accounts

Pomardi, Simone, Viaggio nella Grecia fatto da Simone Pomardi negli anni 1804, 1805, e 1806 (Rome: Poggioli, 1820)

[Pomardi], de Rosa, Pier Andrea, Simone Pomardi (1757–1830) e La Roma del suo Tempo (Rome: Artemide, 2011)

Ponten, Josef, [and], Ponten von Broich, Julia, Griechische Landschaften, Bilder, Ein Versuch (Stuttgart: Deutsche Verlags-Anhalt, 1914) and later editions

Ponten, Josef, Heilige Berge Griechenlands (Graz, Leipzig, Vienna: Styriam, 1936). Part of a series Die Deutschen Bergbücher

Portmans, Le P. des Frères Prêcheurs, En Égypte Palestine et Grèce, Notes et Impressions (Ghent: Siffer, new edition, 1899)

Porcacchi, Tommaso, Funerali antichi di diversi popoli et nationi… descritti in dialogo (Venice: S. Galignani, 1574)

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Potter, John, Archaeologia Graeca, or The Antiquities of Greece (London: new edition, 1827). A standard work reprinted and occasionally updated for many decades from the time of the first edition in 1697. The author was an English archbishop

Poujoulat, Baptastin, Voyage à Constantinople, dans l’Asie Mineure, en Mésopotamie, à Palmyre, en Syrie, en Palestine et en Égypte, par M. Baptistin Poujoulat. Faisant suite à la Correspondance d’Orient (Brussels: Wouters, 1841)

Poujoulat, M. Baptistin, Récits et Souvenirs d’un Voyage en Orient (Tours: Mame, 1866)

Pouqueville, F.C.H.L., Voyage dans la Grèce (Paris: Firmin Didot, 1820)

Pouqueville, F.C.H.L., M.D., late Consul-General of France at the Court of Aly Pasha, of Janina; Corresponding Member of the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles Letters in the Institute of France; of the Ionian Academy of Corfu, &c., &c., &c., Travels in Southern Epirus, Acarnania, Aetolia, Attica, and Peloponesus, or the Morea &c. &c., in the years 1814–1816 (London: Sir Richard Phillips, 1822)

Pouqueville, F.-C.-H.-L., Ancien Consul-Général de France auprès d’Ali Pacha de Janina, Correspondant de l’Académie royale des inscriptions et belles- lettres de l’Institut de France, associé de l’Académie royale de Marseille, de l’Académie royale de Médecins de Paris, de l’Académie ionienne de Corcyre, Chevalier de l’ordre royal de la Légion d’Honneur. Histoire de la Régéneration de la Grèce, comprenant Précis des évènements depuis 1740 jusqu’en 1824, avec cartes et portraits (Paris: Didot, 1824). Several reprints and translations

[Pouqueville], Gemälde von Griechenland. Nach Pouqueville mit Abbilbungen (Frankfurt am Main: Schmerber, 1837)

Praschniker, Camillo, Parthenonstudien (Augsburg and Vienna: Filser, 1928)

Predl, F.M.X.A. von, Erinnerungen aus Griechenland in den Jahren 1832, 1833, 1834, und 1835 (Würzburg: Hellmuth, 1836, and another edition, 1841)

Pressensé, E. de, Le pays de l’Évangile: Notes d’un voyage en Orient (Paris: Meyrueis, third edition, 1865)

Prettejohn, Elizabeth, The Modernity of Ancient Sculpture: Greek Sculpture and Modern Art from Winckelmann to Picasso. New Directions in Classics 2 (London; New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012)

Price, Nicholas Stanley, Talley, M. Kirby Jr. and Melucco Vaccaro, Alessandra (eds), Historical and Philosophical Issues in the Conservation of Cultural Heritage, edited by (Los Angeles: Getty, 1996)

Priest, Robert D., The Gospel according to Renan: Reading, writing, and religion in nineteenth-century France (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)

Prousis, Theophilus C., British Consular Reports from the Ottoman Levant in an Age of Upheaval, 1815–1830 (Istanbul: Isis Press, 2008)

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[Puscich], Précis Historique des Révolutions de Constantinople, en 1807, 1808, et 1826; Traduit du Turc, par Mathieu Puscich, ancien Drogman du Roi dans le Levant, Professeur émérite des Langues orientales à I’École speciale de Commerce de Paris, etc., etc. (Paris: Lacroix; 1830). Only known from the summary in Knight, William, Oriental Outlines or a Rambler’s Recollections of a Tour in Turkey, Greece, & Tuscany in 1838 (London: Sampson Low, 1839), where the place of publication is given as Marseilles, although there is a record of a copy being sold in Turkey

[Quatremère de Quincy], Letters to Miranda and Canova on the Abduction of Antiquities from Rome and Athens, Introduction by Dominique Poulot, Translation by Chris Miller and David Gilks (Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, 2012)

[Quatremère de Quincy], Ruprecht, Louis A., Classics at the Dawn of the Museum Era: The Life and Times of Antoine Chrysostome Quatremère de Quincy (1755–1849) (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)

Quin, Michael J., A Steam Voyage down the Danube, with sketches of Hungary, Wallachia, Servia and Turkey, etc. (London: Bentley, 1835)

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[Quinet, Heath], Heath, Richard, Edgar Quinet, his early life and writings … With portraits, illustrations, etc. (London: The English and Foreign Philosophical Library, vol. 14, 1877)

[RIBA], ‘Report of the Committee appointed to examine the Elgin Marbles, in order to ascertain whether any evidences remain as to the employment of color in the decoration of the architecture or sculpture’ In Transactions of the Royal Institute of British Architects of London, vol. I, part II (London: Longman, 1842) pp. 102–08. The examination, with the evidence given by Michael Faraday, the most eminent chemist of the day, had taken place in July 1837

Radcliffe, Dorothy Una, Grecian Glory (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1941)

Raffenel, M.C.D., Histoire des événements de la Grèce depuis les premiers troubles jusqu’à ce jour… avec des notes critiques et topographiques sur le Péloponèse et la Turquie et suivie d’une notice sur Constantinople,… par M.C.-D. Raffenel,… témoin oculaire des principaux faits… (Paris: Dondey-Dupré, 1822)

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Randolph, Bernard, The Present State of the Morea, Called Anciently Peloponnesus (London: 1686)

Randolph, Bernard, The present state of the islands in the archipelago, or Arches, seas of Constantinople and gulph of Smyrna with the islands of Candia and Rhodes Faithfully Describ’d by Ber. Randolph (Oxford: Printed at the Theater, 1687)

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Raoul-Rochette M., Membre de l’Institut Royal de France, Conservateur des Medailles de la Bibliothèque du Roi, l’un des Redacteurs du Journal des Savans, &c &c., Deux Lettres a Mylord Comte d’Aberdeen sur l’Authenticité des Inscriptions de Fourmont (Paris: De l’Imprimerie Royal, 1819)

Raoul-Rochette, M., Lettre à M. L. de Klenze, sur une statue de héros attique récemment découverte à Athènes (Paris: Bourgogne et Martinet, 1837)

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Raymond, Joad, Milton’s Angels: The Early-modern Imagination (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)

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Rechberg, Carl, Graf von, Das Griechenland-Album des Grafen Carl von Rechberg 1804–1806 im Deutschen Archäologischen Institut zu Berlin/ Einleitung von Hans B. Jessen (Zurich: 1974) text in German, Greek and English

Reden, Sitta von, Money in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010)

Reed, Nancy B., ‘A Chariot Race for Athens’ Finest: The “Apobates” Contest Re-Examined’, Journal of Sport History, 17 (3) (Winter, 1990), 306–17

Regnault, A[mable]., Voyage en Orient: Grèce, Turquie, Egypte (Paris: Bertrand, 1855)

Regnault, le Général, La Conquête d’ Athènes (Juin-Juillet 1917) (Rédigée d’apres des notes prises au jour le jour.) Ouvrage interdit par la Censure en Septembre 1918) (Paris: Imprimerie-Librairie Militaire Universelle L. Fournier, 1919)

Reinach, Joseph, Voyage en Orient (Paris: Charpentier, 1879)

Reisinger, Ernst, ed., Griechenland, Landschaften und Bauten, Schilderungen Deutscher Reisender (Leipzig: Im Insel Verlag, 1916)

Reinach, Salomon, Peintures de vases antiques recueillies par Millin, 1808, et Millingen, 1813. Publiées et commentées par S. Reinach (Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1891)

[Religious Tract Society], The History of Greece: From the earliest times to A.D. 1833. For schools and families (London: RTS, [n.d.], 1848)

[Renfrew and Wagstaff], Colin Renfrew and Malcolm Wagstaff (eds), An Island Polity: The Archaeology of Exploitation in Melos (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982)

Renoüard de la Bussierre, le B[ar]on, Th., Secrétaire d’Ambassade, Lettres sur l’Orient écrites pendant les années 1827 et 1828 (Paris, Strasbourg, and Brussels: 1829)

[Revermann and Wilson], Performance, iconography, reception: studies in honour of Oliver Taplin edited by Martin Revermann and Peter Wilson (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008)

Reynaud, Charles, D’Athènes à Baalbec (1844) (Paris: Furne, 1846)

Rhigas Velestinlis (Vassilis K. Zervoulakos, transl., Dimitrios Karaberopoulos, ed.), Revolutionary Scripts: Revolutionary Proclamation, Human Rights, The Constitution, Thourios. (Athens: Scientific Society of Studies Pheres-Velestino-Rhigas, second edition, 2008)

Richmond, Steven, The Voice of England in the East: Stratford Canning and Diplomacy with the Ottoman Empire (London: Tauris, 2014)

Richardson, Iain, and Penny Richards, eds, Studying cultural landscapes (London: Arnold, 2003)

Richardson, Robert, M.D., Licentiate of the Royal College of Physicians of London, Travels along the Mediterranean and parts adjacent. with the Earl of Belmore, during 1816–17–18, extending as far as the second cataract of the Nile, Jerusalem, Damascus, Balbec, &c &c. illustrated by plans and other engravings (London: Cadell: Edinburgh: Blackwood, 1822)

Ricketts, Clement Green, of Pennsylvania, Notes of travel, in Europe, Egypt, and the Holy Land, including a visit to the city of Constantinople, in 1841 and 1842 (Philadelphia: Sherman, 1844)

[Riedesel, Johann Hermann von], Remarques d’un Voyageur Moderne au Levant (Amsterdam: [n.p.], 1773). A translation, Bemerkungen auf einer Reise nach der Levant, that named the author, was published by C. Fritsch in Leipzig in 1774

Rigoley de Juvigny, en son vivant conseiiler honorable au Parlement de Metz, de L’Académie des Sciencs, Arts et Belles-Lettres de Dijon, De la décadence des lettres et des moeurs, depuis les Grecs et les Romains jusqu’à nos jours. Nouvelle Édition, augmenté de quelques Notes (Roulers: Stock-Wernbrouke, 1824), a new edition of a work of 1787 at the time of the Greek Revolution

Ringmar, Erik, History of International Relations: A Non-European Perspective (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2019),

Rizo, Iacovaky Néroulos, ancien premier ministre des Hospodars grecs de Valachie et de Moldavie, Histoire moderne de la Grèce depuis la chute de l’empire d’orient (Geneva: Cherbuliez, 1828)

Roberts, Jennifer Tolbert, Accountability in Athenian government (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1982)

Roberts, W. Rhys, The Ancient Boeotians: their character & culture, & their reputation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1895)

Robertson, Andrew, The Parthenon, adapted to the purpose of a national monument, to commemorate the victories of the late war; proposed to be erected in Trafalgar Square, or Hyde Park. By Andrew Robertson, A.M., Honorary member of the Royal Hibernian Academy, and of the Academy of Fine Arts, New York, &c &c &c (London: Hatchard, 1838)

Robertson, Andrew, Elementary and Practical Hints as to the Perception and Enjoyment of the Beautiful in Nature and in the Fine Arts; by Andrew Robertson… Edited by His Daughter Emily Robertson (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1896)

[Robertson, Andrew], Letters and Papers of Andrew Robertson, A.M., miniature painter… Edited by E. Robertson (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, [1897])

Robertson, Geoffrey, QC, Who Owns History? Elgin’s Loot and the case for returning Plundered Treasure (London: Biteback, 2020)

Robertson, James, Photographs, ‘Athens and Grecian Antiquities 1853–1855’, From the Photographic Archive of the Benaki Museum (Athens: Museum of Cycladic Art, 1998)

Robertson I. and Richards P., eds, Studying Cultural Landscapes (London: Arnold, 2003)

Robertson, William, The history of ancient Greece, from the earliest times till it became a Roman province (Alletz: Pons Augustin, 1793)

Robinson, D.M., ed., Art and Archaeology: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine, 4 (1) (July 1916). Parthenon Number

Robinson, Gertrude, David Urquart [sic], some chapters in the life of a Victorian knight- errant of justice and liberty (Oxford: Blackwell, 1920)

[Robinson and Smith], Biblical researches in Palestine and in the adjacent region, A journal of travels in the year 1838. By E. Robinson and E. Smith. Drawn up from the original diaries, with historical illustrations, by Edward Robinson D.D. LL.D., Professor of Biblical Literature in the Union Theological Seminary, New York (Boston: Brewster, and London: Murray, 1856)

Roche, Helen, Sparta’s German children: The Ideal of Ancient Sparta in the Royal Prussian Cadet-Corps, 1818–1920, and in the Nationalist-Socialist Elite Schools (the Napolas), 1933–1945 (Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, 2013)

Rockwell, Rev. Charles, Sketches of foreign travel, and life at sea; including a cruise on board a man-of-war… (Boston: Tappan and Dennnet, 1842)

Rodd, Rennell, The Violet Crown, and Songs of England (London: D. Scott, 1891) and several subsequent editions

Rodd, Rennell, The Customs and Lore of Modern Greece (London: David Stott, 1892)

Rodwell, G.F., Science Master in Marlborough College, South by East; Notes of Travel in Southern Europe (London: Marcus Ward, 1877). The chapter on Athens had already been printed in the Dublin University Magazine in July 1875

Roessel, David, In Byron’s shadow: Modern Greece in the English and American imagination (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002)

Röser, Jacob von, Tagebuch meiner Reise nach Griechenland. in die Türkei, nach Aegypten und Syrien, im Jahre 1834 bis 1835 (Mergentheim: by subscription, 1836)

Ross, Ludwig, Archäologische Aufsätze (Leipzig: Teubner, 1855)

Ross, Ludwig, Wanderungen in Griechenland im Gefolge des Königs Otto und der Königin Amalie. Mit besonderer Rücksicht auf Topographie und Geschichte. Neue wohlfeilere Ausgabe der Griech. Königs-Reisen (Halle: Schwetschke, 1851), another edition, Berlin. 1863

Rothenberg, Jacob, ‘Descensus Ad Terram’ The Acquisition and Reception of the Elgin Marbles (New York: Garland 1977). A doctoral dissertation accepted by Columbia University in March 1967.

Rottmann, C., and Lange, L., Greek Landscapes after the War of Independence, text by Marinos Kalligas (Athens: Commercial Bank of Greece, 1978)

Rutherford, Rev. William, D.D., Master of Uxbridge Academy, A View of Antient History; including the progress of Literature and the Fine Arts, in two volumes, third edition corrected (London: Longman, 1809)

Russell, D.A., Greek declamation (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983)

Rutter, N. Keith and Brian A. Sparkes, eds, Word and Image in Ancient Greece (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, Leventis Studies, 2000)

St Clair, William, Lord Elgin and the Marbles (third revised edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998)

St Clair, William, ‘The Elgin Marbles: Questions of Stewardship and Accountability’, International Journal of Cultural Property, 8 (2), (1999), 391–521,

St Clair, William, That Greece Might Still Be Free, the Philhellenes in the War of Independence (new revised edition: Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2008),

St Clair, William, and Robert Picken, ‘The Parthenon in 1687: New Sources’, in Michael Cosmopoulos, ed., The Parthenon and its Sculptures (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004), pp. 166–95

St Clair, William, ‘Imperial Appropriations of the Parthenon’, in Imperialism, Art and Restitution, ed. by John Henry Merryman (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006), pp. 65–97

St Clair, William, ‘Looking at the Acropolis of Athens from Modern Times to Antiquity’, in Sandis, Constantine, ed., Cultural Heritage Ethics: Between Theory and Practice (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2014), pp. 57–102,

St Clair, William The Classical Parthenon: Recovering the Strangeness of the Ancient World (Cambridge: Open Book Publishers, 2022),

St John, J.A., The History of the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Greeks (London: Bentley, 1842)

St John, Robert, From the Land of Silent People (London: Harrap, 1942)

St Michon, Abbé de, [Jean Hippolyte], Narrative of a Religious Journey in the East in 1850 and 1851 (London: Bentley, 1853)

[Salaberry], Voyage a Constantinople, en Italie et aux Iles de l’Archipel (Paris: Chez Maradan, an 7 [1799])

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Saradi, Helen, ‘The Use of Ancient Spolia in Byzantine Monuments: The Archaeological and Literary Evidence’, IJCT, 3 (4), (Spring 1997), 395–423

[Sayce, Rev. A.H.,], Fresh light from the ancient monuments: A sketch of the most striking confirmations of the Bible from recent discoveries in Egypt, Palestine, Assyria, Babylonia, Asia Minor (London: Religious Tract Society, 1893)

Sayce, Rev. A.H., The ‘higher criticism’ and the verdict of the monuments (London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1894)

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Schaff, Philip. D.D., L.L.D., Professor of Biblical Learning in the Union Theol. Seminary, New York, Through Bible lands, notes of travel in Egypt, the desert, and Palestine (New York: American Tract Society, 150 Nassau Street, New York, c.1878)

Scheuerman, Kate Bunting, The Holy Land as seen through Bible Eyes, Being the record of a journey through Syria, Palestine and Europe in the years 1908–1909, Illustrated (Seattle: Metropolitan Press, 1910)

[Schinas], Steffen, Ruth, Leben in Griechenland 1834–1835, Bettina Schinas, geb. von Savigny, Briefe und Berichte an ihre Eltern in Berlin (Münster: Verlag Cay Lienau, 2002)

[Schleisner, Steenberg, Brandes, and Heise], De Parthenone eiusque partibus (Hanover: Royal University publications, 1849)

Schmalz, Geoffrey C.R., ‘Athens, Augustus, and the Settlement of 21 B.C.’, Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, 37 (4) (1996), 381–98

Schmidt, Valdemar, Candidat i Theologien, Reise i Graekland Aegypten og det hellige Land (Copenhagen: Fr. Voldikes, 1863)

Schrader, Hans, Pheidias (Frankfurt: Frankfurter Verlags-Anstalt, A.G., 1924)

Schrader, Hans, ed., Die archaischen Marmorbildwerke der Akropolis. Text- und Tafelband in 2 Bänden (Frankfurt a.M: Klostermann, 1939)

Schroeder, Francis, Secretary to the Commodore Commanding the United States Squadron in that Sea, 1843–1845, Shores of the Mediterranean, with sketches of Travel (New York: Harper, 1846)

Schütz, A.C., Trommershäuser, J., Gegenfurtner, K.R., ‘Dynamic integration of information about salience and value for saccadic eye movements’, in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, vol. 109, no. 19, 2012, 7547–52, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1115638109

Scitivaux, Roger de, Voyage en Orient… Précédé d’une notice biographique par M. le comte de Ludre. Orné de… lithographies d’après les dessins de l’auteur par J. Laurens (Paris: Morel, 1873)

Scollard, Clinton, On sunny shores, with illustrations by Margaret Landers Randolph (New York: Webster, 1893)

Scott, Jennie, A Pilgrimage to Canaan, Illustrated (Sioux City, Iowa: Printed for the author by Perkins Bros, 1908)

Seaford, Richard, ‘Money and Tragedy’, in Harris, W.V., ed., The monetary systems of the Greeks and Romans (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008), pp. 49–65

[Searight and Wagstaff, eds], Travellers in the Levant: Voyagers and Visionaries, edited by Sara Searight and Malcolm Wagstaff (London: Astene, 2001)

Seidl, Wolf, Bayern in Griechenland. Die Geschichte eines Abenteuers (Munich: Süddeutscher Verlag, 1965)

Semper, Gottfried, Kleine Schriften, hrsg. von Manfred und Hans Semper (Berlin: W. Spemann, 1884)

Senior, Nassau W., A Journal kept in Turkey and Greece in the autumn of 1857, and the beginning of 1858 (London: Longman, 1859)

Sensine Henri, Dans la lumière de la Grèce (Lausanne: Payot, 1908)

Seraphim, Peter-Heinz, Die Bedeutung des Judentums in Südosteuropa (Berlin: Deutsche Informationsstelle, 1941)

Serette, Nina [Annie Street], The Golden East, Sketches of a Visit to Greece, Palestine, and Egypt in the spring of 1905, with upwards of 50 illustrations, chiefly from Photographs by the author (Leicester: privately printed, c.1900)

Servi, Katerina, The Acropolis: The Acropolis Museum (Athens: Ekdotike Athenon, 2011)

[Sestini], Voyage dans la Grèce Asiatique, à la Péninsule de Cyzique, à Brusse et à Nicée … Traduit de l’italien de l’Abbé Domenico Sestini [by J.C. Pingeron] (London and Paris, Leroy, 1789)

Setton, Kenneth M. Athens in the Middle Ages (London: Variorum reprints, 1975). Collected articles.

Sevillias, Errikos, Athens-Auschwitz, Translated and introduced by Nikos Stavroulakis (Athens: Lycabettus Press, 1983)

Sextus Empiricus, Against the Physicists, translated and edited by Richard Bett (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Sheridan, Thomas. British Education: or, The source of the disorders of Great Britain. Being an essay towards proving, that the immorality, ignorance, and false taste, which so generally prevail, are the natural and necessary consequences of the present defective system of education. With an attempt to shew, that a revival of the art of speaking, and the study of our own language, might contribute, in great measure, to the cure of those evils. In three parts. I. Of the use of these studies to religion, and morality; as also, to the support of the British constitution. II. Their absolute necessity in order to refine, ascertain, and fix the English language. III. Their use in the cultivation of the imitative arts: shewing, that were the study of oratory made a necessary branch of the education of youth; poetry, musick, painting, and sculpture, might arrive at as high a pitch of perfection in England, as ever they did in Athens or Rome (London: Dodsley, 1756)

Siapkas, Johannes and Lena Sjögren, Displaying the Ideals of Antiquity: The Petrified Gaze (London: Routledge, 2014)

[Sibthorp], Lack, H. Walter and David J. Mabberley, The Flora Graeca Story, Sibthorp, Bauer, and Hawkins in the Levant (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1999)

Sicilianos, Demetrios, Old and New Athens (London: Putnam, 1960)

Siemann, Wolfram, Daniel Steuer (transl.), Metternich (Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press, 2019)

[Silk, Gildenhard, and Barrow], Michael Silk, Ingo Gildenhard, and Rosemary Barrow, The Classical Tradition: Art, Literature, Thought (Chichester: Wiley Blackwell, 2014)

[Skene, Felicia], ‘Sketches of Modern Greece. Athens in 1837’, Blackwood’s Magazine, 43 (220), (1838), and subsequent parts.

Skene, Felicia M.F., The Isles of Greece and Other Poems (Edinburgh: Grant, London: Longman, 1843)

[Skene, Felicia], Wayfaring Sketches among the Greeks and Turks, and the Shores of the Danube. By a Seven Year’s Resident in Greece (London: Chapman and Hall, 1857)

[Skene, J.H.], The Frontier Lands of the Christian and the Turk; comprising travels in the regions of the Lower Danube in 1850 and 1851. By a British Resident of twenty years in the East (London: Bentley, third edition, 1854)

Skene, James, Monuments and Views of Greece, 1838–1845, Foreword Stephen Cozi Agetastos, Introduction Fani-Maria Tsigakou text in Greek and English (Athens: Historical and Ethnological Society of Greece, 1998)

Skouzes, P., Απομνημονεύματα [‘Memoirs’] (Athens: 1948)

Slade, Adolphus, Records of travels in Turkey, Greece, &c: and of a cruise in the Black Sea, with the capitan pasha, in the years 1829, 1830, and 1831 (London: Saunders and Otley, 1832)

Slade, Adolphus, Turkey, Greece and Malta (London: Sauders and Otley, 1837)

Slocombe, George, Kultur in Greece (London: Harrap, 1942)

Smancini, G., Scorsa piacevole in Grecia, Egitto, Turchia, sul Danubio e da Vienna alla Lombardia descritta e corredata di note per servire anche di guida ai viaggiatori (Milan: Manini, 1844)

Smith, Agnes, Eastern pilgrims: The travels of three ladies (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1870)

Smith, Agnes, Glimpses of Greek Life and Scenery (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1884)

Smith, Albert, A Month at Constantinople (London: Bogue, 1850)

Smith, Arthur Hamilton, Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities, 1909–25, Memorandum on the Proposed New Elgin Room (London: Printed for private circulation, 24 October, 1930). The author records that he received permission, presumably from the British Museum authorities, to submit his views

Smith, F.G., Author of ‘Evolution of Christianity’, ‘The Revelation Explained’, ‘What the Bible Teaches’, etc. Missionary journeys through Bible lands; Italy, Greece, Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Asia Minor and other countries, including a description of religious and social conditions in Palestine and Syria, personal missionary experiences, and a discussion of missionary methods (Anderson, Indiana: Gospel Trumpet Company, [n.d.], c.1915)

Smith, Lee S., Through Egypt to Palestine (Chicago: Revell, 1896)

Smith, S., M.A., Vicar of Lois Weedon, and Rural Dean, Author of ‘The Revelation: with a plain, continuous narrative’, What I saw in Syria, Palestine, and Greece (London: Longman, 1864)

Smith, R.R.R., and Bryan Ward-Perkins, The Last Statues of Antiquity (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016)

Smyth, Dame Ethel, A Three-Legged Tour in Greece [March 24–May 4, 1925] (London: Heinemann, 1927)

Soltani A., Noudoost B., Moore T., ‘Dissociable dopaminergic control of saccadic target selection and its implications for reward modulation’, Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences, 110 (2013), 3579–84

[Sonnini], Travels in Greece and Turkey, undertaken by order of Louis XVI, and with the authority of the Ottoman court by C.S. Sonnini; illustrated by engravings and a map of those countries; translated from the French (London: Longman, 1801). A translation of Sonnini’s Voyage en Grèce et en Turquie, published in Year IX [of the French Revolution, ie 1801, with a volume of plates and maps that were also included in the English language edition

[Sourmeles, Dionysios], Ιστορία των Αθηνών κατά τον υπέρ ελευθερίας αγώνα. Αρχομένη από της επαναστάσεως μέχρι της αποκαταστάσεως των πραγμάτων. Διηρημένη μεν εις βιβλία τρία /Συγγραφείσα δε υπό Διονυσίου Σουρμελή Αιγίνη (Athens: Angelides, 1834)

Soutsos, Alexandros, Histoire de la révolution grecque, par Alexandre Soutzo, témoin oculaire d’une grande partie des faits qu’il expose (Paris: Didot, 1829)

Sparkes, Brian A., ‘Classical and Roman Melos’, in Renfrew and Wagstaff, pp. 45–34

Spencer, Edmund, Travels in European Turkey, in 1850; through Bosnia, Servia, Bulgaria, Macedonia, Thrace, Albania, and Epirus; with a visit to Greece and the Ionian Isles (London: Colburn, 1851)

Spencer, Terence, Fair Greece, Sad Relic (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1954)

Spender, Stephen, The Temple (London: Faber, 1988). Originally written in 1929, it contains disguised accounts of Herbert List and of Field Marshal List, his uncle, as he appeared to his nephew in the late 1920s. See also List.

Sphyroeras, Vasilis, Anna Arramea and Spyros Asdrahas; translation from the Greek: G. Cox and J. Solman, Maps and map-makers of the Aegean (Athens: Oikos, 1985)

Spitaels, René], De Bruxelles à Constantinople par un touriste flamand (Brussels: Librairie polytechnique, 1839–1841)

Spon, Iacob, Voyage d’Italie, de Dalmatie, de Grèce, et du Levant Fait aux années 1675 et 1676, par Iacob Spon, Docteur Medecin Aggregé à Lyon, et George Wheler, Gentilhomme Anglois (Lyon: chez Antoine Cellier Fils, 1678). Offshore edition in French published in Amsterdam in 1679, translated or adapted into Italian 1688, Dutch 1689, German 1690

Spon, Jacob, Voyagie Door Italien, Dalmatien, Grieckenland, En de Levant. Gedaan in de Jaren 1675 en 1676 (Amsterdam: Jan ten Hoorn, 1689)

Spon, Jacob, Voyage d’Italie, de Dalmatie, de Grèce, et du Levant 1678, Textes présentés et édités sous la direction de R. Etienne par A. Duchêne, R. Étienne et J.-Cl. Mossière (Paris: Honoré Champion, 2004). This edition mentions but does not discuss the dispute with Guillet

[Spon, Jacob], Réponse à la Critique publiée par M. Guillet sur le Voyage de Grece de Iacob. Spon. Avec quatre lettres sur le mesme sujet, le Iournal d’Angleterre du sieur Vernon & la Liste des erreurs commises par M. Guillet dans son Athenes ancienne et nouvelle (Lyon: Amaulri, 1679)

Spon, Jacob, Recherches Curieuses de l’Antiquité (Lyon: Amaulry, 1683) [Spon], Miscellanea eruditae antiquitatis: in quibus marmora, statuae, musiva, toreumata, gemmae, numismata, Grutero, Ursino, Boissardo, Reinesio, aliisque Antiquorum Monumentorum collectoribus ignota, & hucusque inedita referentur ac illustrantur… (Lyon: at author’s expense, with royal privilege, 1685)

[Spon, Mollière], Mollière, Antoine, le Docteur, Ex-Interne suppléant des Hôpitaux, Une Famille médicale lyonnaise au XVIIe siècle. Charles et Jacob Spon (Lyon: Rey, 1905)

[Spon, Étienne and Mossière], Jacob Spon. Un humaniste lyonnais du XVIIèrme sièrcle edited by Étienne, Roland and Mossière, Jean-Claude (Paris: Boccard, 1993). See also Babin and Dreux, Robert de

Squire, Michael, Image and text in Graeco-Roman Art (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009)

Squire, Michael, The art of the body: antiquity and its legacy (London: I.B. Tauris & Co., 2011)

Squire, Michael, ed., Sight and the ancient senses (London: Routledge, 2016)

[Stackelberg], La Grèce, Vues Pittoresques et Topographiques (Paris: d’Ostervald, 1829–1834)

[Stackelberg], Otto Magnus von, Schilderung seines Lebens und seiner Reisen in Italien und Griechenland. Nach Tagebüchern und Briefen. dargestellt von N. von Stackelberg (Heidelberg: Carl Winter’s Universitätsbuchhandlung, 1882)

[Stackelberg], Otto Magnus von Stackelberg: der Entdecker der griechischen Landschaft, 1786–1837. Hrsg. vom Deutschen Archäologischen Institut (Munich: Deutscher Kunstverlag, [n.d.]. c.1957. Includes work by Gerhard Rodenwaldt, a famous scholar of the Parthenon and of Greek art, who took his own life in 1945 at the end of World War II. See also Hege

Stademann, Ferdinand, Panorama von Athen An Ort und Stelle aufgenommen und herausgegeben von Ferdinand Stademann, königlich bayerischem geheimen Registrator des Staatsrath’s und vormaligem expedirenden geheimen Secretaire der Regentschaft des Königreich’s Griechenland (Mainz: Phillip von Zabern, 1977, reprint facsimile from the edition of 1841)

[Stähele, sometimes Stähelin, Andreas], ‘The Siege of the Acropolis of Athens in the Years 1821–22. By An Eye-Witness’, The London Magazine, IV (January– April 1826), 193–208

[Stähele, sometimes Stähelin, Andreas], ‘A journey from Athens to Missolonghi in the autumn of 1822’, London Magazine, 3 (May 1829), 481–95

Staël, Madame de, Corinna, or Italy Translated by Isabel Hill; with metrical versions of the odes by L.E. Landon (London: Bentley, 1847)

Stanford, W.B. and McDowell, R.B., Mahaffy: A Biography of an Anglo-Irishman (London: Routledge: 1971)

Stanhope, the Honourable Colonel Leicester, Greece, in 1823 and 1824: being a series of letters and other documents on the Greek revolution, written during a visit to that country. A New Edition containing numerous supplementary papers, illustrative of the State of Greece in 1825, Illustrated with several curious fac-similes, to which are added Reminiscences of Lord Byron (London: Printed for Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 1825). The earlier edition of 1824 is much shorter but contains material not reprinted in 1825

Staikos, K., The publishing centres of the Greeks: from the Renaissance to the Neo-Hellenic Enlightenment: catalogue of exhibition /Konstantinos Sp. Staikos, Triantaphyllos E. Sklavenitis; translation [from the Greek], David Hardy (Athens: National Book Centre of Greece, Ministry of Culture, 2001)

Standish, Frank Hall, esq., The Shores of the Mediterranean (London: Lumley, 1837 and 1838)

Stanhope, John Spencer, Topography Illustrative of the Battle of Plataea with engravings (London: Murray, 1817)

Stanier, R.S. ‘The Cost of the Parthenon’, The Journal of Hellenic Studies, 73 (1953), 68–76

Stanyan, Temple, The Grecian History. From the original of Greece to the death of Philip of Macedon (London: Tonson, two vols, 1751 and other editions). Translated into French by Diderot

Stathi, Katerina, ‘The Carta Incognita of Ottoman Athens’, in Hadjianastasis, Marios, ed., Frontiers of the Ottoman Imagination: Studies in Honour of Rhoads Murphey (Leiden: Brill, 2015)

[Steamships, introduction of passenger services], Quelques réflexions sur le projet de loi relatif à l’établissement de paquebots à vapeur entre Marseille et Constantinople (Marseille: Typographie de Feissat Ainé et Demonchy, 1835). Essentially a quantified economic appraisal of the advantages and of the huge step change in the productivity, speed, and reliability of transporting persons, goods, letters, and despatches by sea.

Stebbing, Henry, D.D. F.R.S., The Christian in Palestine; or, Scenes of Sacred History, historical and descriptive. Illustrated from sketches taken on the spot, by W.H. Bartlett (London, Paris and New York: Virtue, [n.d.], 1847)

[Stephens, J.L.,], Incidents of travel in Greece, Turkey, Russia, and Poland by the author of ‘Incidents of Travel in Egypt, Arabia Petraea, and the Holy Land.’ with a map and engravings. In two volumes, fifth edition (New York, Harper & brothers, 1838)

Stevens, Gorham Phillips, ‘The setting of the Periclean Parthenon’, Hesperia: Supplement III (Princeton: American school of classical studies at Athens, 1940)

Stewart, Andrew F., Attalos, Athens, and the Akropolis, the Pergamene ‘Little Barbarians’ and their Roman and Renaissance legacy With an essay by Manolis Korres (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004)

Stewart, Andrew, ‘The Persian and Carthaginian Invasions of 480 B.C.E. and the Beginning of the Classical Style: Part 1, The Stratigraphy, Chronology, and Significance of the Acropolis Deposits’, American Journal of Archaeology, 112 (2008), 377–412

Stillman, William. The Acropolis of Athens: Illustrated Picturesquely and Architecturally in Photographs (London: F.S. Ellis, 1870)

Stine, Rev. Milton H., A Winter Jaunt Through Historic Lands (Philadelphia: Lutheran Publication Society, 1890)

Stiros, S. and Jones, R., eds, Archaeoseismology. Fitch Laboratory Occasional Paper 7 (Athens: British School at Athens, 1996)

Stockings, Craig, and Eleanor Hancock, Swastika over the Acropolis: re-interpreting the Nazi Invasion of Greece in World War II (Leiden: Brill, 2013).

Stoneman, Richard, ed., A Luminous Land, Artists Discover Greece (Los Angeles: Getty, 1998)

Story, Ian C., Aristophanes Peace (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019)

Strauss, Johann, ‘Ottoman Rule Experienced and Remembered: Remarks on Some Local Greek Chronicles of the Tourkokratia’ in Fikret Adanır (ed.), The Ottomans and the Balkans: A Discussion of Historiography (Leiden: Brill, 2002)

Stray, Christopher, Classics Transformed: Schools, Universities and Society in England 1830–1960 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1988)

Strong, Frederick, Esq, Consul at Athens for their Majesties the Kings of Bavaria and Hanover, Greece as a kingdom: or, A statistical description of that country, from the arrival of King Otho, in 1833, down to the present time: drawn up from official documents and other authentic sources (London: Longman, 1842)

Stoppani, A., Da Milano a Damasco, Ricaordo di una Carovana Milanese, second edition (Milan: Cogliati, 1896)

Strupp, Charles, Docteur en droit, Co-directeur de l’Annuaire du droit des gens. Membre du Conseil d’Administration de la Société allemande du droit international public, La Situation Internationale De La Grèce (1821–1917): Recueil De Documents Choisis Et Édités Avec Une Introduction Historique Et Dogmatique (Zurich: Die Verbindung, 1918)

[Stuart and Revett], Elgin Marbles from the Temple of Minerva at Athens on sixty-one plates selected from ‘Stuart’s and Revett’s Antiquities of Athens’ to which are added, The Report from the Select Committee to The House of Commons, respecting the Earl of Elgin’s Collection of Sculptured Marbles, and an Historical Account of the Temple (London: J. Taylor, at the Architectural Library, 1816)

[Stuart and Revett et al.], Antiquities of Athens, 4 vols (London: printed by J. Haberkorn [and others], 1762–1816). Vol. 5, supplement, 1830

[Stuart and Revett new edition], The Antiquities of Athens measured and delineated by James Stuart FRS and FSA and Nichols Revett, painters and architects. A New Edition (London: Priestley and Weale, four vols, 1825)

Sturm, Jaqueline P., ‘The Afterlife of the Hephaisteion, The Interpretatio Christiana of an Ancient Athenian Monument’, in Hesperia, 85 (4), (OctoberDecember 2016), 795–825

Suckow, Friedrich von, The shadow of Lord Byron, or, The voice of Akropolis to the British Nation (Stralsund: C. Loeffler, 1835)

Suksi, Aara, ‘Nightingales in Sophocles’, Mnemosyne, 54 (6) (2001), 646–58

Sultana, Donald, Benjamin Disraeli in Spain, Malta, and Albania 1830–32, a Monograph (London: Tamesis, 1976)

Sumner, Mrs George, Our Holiday in the East, edited by the Rev. George Henry Sumner, Hon. Canon of Winchester, and Rector of Old Alresford, Hants. (London: Hurst and Blackett 1881)

Sutherland, Captain D., A Tour up the Straits from Gibraltar to Constantinople (London: Printed for the author, second edition, 1790)

Swan, Rev. Charles, late of Catharine Hall, Cambridge; Chaplain to H.M.S. Cambrian; author of Sermons on Several Subjects, and Translator of Gesta Romanorum, Journal of a voyage up the Mediterranean: principally among the islands of the Archipelago, and in Asia Minor: including many interesting particulars relative to the Greek revolution, especially a journey through Maina to the camp of Ibrahim Pacha, together with observations on the antiquities, opinions, and usages of Greece, as they now exist: to which is added, an essay on the Fanariotes, translated from the French of Mark Philip Zallony, a Greek (London:Rivington, 1826)

Talbot, Michael, British-Ottoman relations, 1661–1807: commerce and diplomatic practice in eighteenth-century Istanbul (Woodbridge: Boydell, 2017)

Talmage, T. de Witt, From the Pyramids to the Acropolis, Sacred Places seen through Biblical Spectacles (Philadelphia: Historical Publishing Company, 1892)

Tancoigne, J.M. Voyage à Smyrne, dans l’archipel et l’ile de Candie, en 1811, 1812, 1813 et 1814; suivi d’une notice sur Péra et d’une description de la marche du Sultan. Par J.M. Tancoigne, attaché en 1807 à l’Ambassade de France en Perse, et depuis Interprète et Chancelier du Consulat de la Canée; Ouvrage orné de deux gravures, chacune quadruple du format in-18, et représentant le Cortège du Sultan, d’aprés un dessin colorié de M. Melling (Paris: Nepveu, 1817)

Taplin, Oliver, Pots & plays: interactions between tragedy and Greek vase-painting of the fourth century B.C. (Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2007),

Taschenbuch der Geschichte des Griechischen Volkes in allgemeinen Umrissen von der ältesten bis zur neureren Zeit… (Heidelberg: Winter 1823)

Taylor, Bayard, Travels in Greece and Russia with an excursion to Crete (New York: Putnam, 1859)

Taylor, Charles, Sources of the self: The making of the modern identity (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989)

Taylor, Claire, Poverty, wealth, and well-being: Experiencing penia in democratic Athens (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017)

Taylor, Emily, Historical prints, representing some of the most memorable events in the history of ancient and modern Greece, … By the author of ‘Charlie’s discoveries’ (London: Harvey and Darton, [n.d.], c.1840)

Taylor, G. Ledwell, The auto-biography of an octogenarian architect: being a record of his studies at home and abroad, during 65 years, comprising among the subjects the cathedrals of England, France, and Italy, the temples of Rome Greece, and Sicily … also incidents of travel (London: Longman, 1870–1872)

[Thocan and Paparrigopoulos], Histoire de la Grèce Moderne, Guerre de l’Indépendance par Th.C. Tchocan. Traduction du Grec de l’histoire de M.C. Paparrigopoulos (Athens: Imprimerie de l’Espérance, 1858)

Temple, Sir Grenville, Bart., Travels in Greece and Turkey; being the second part of excursions in the Mediterranean (London: Saunders and Ottley, 1836)

[Tenea antiquities) Hercule et Nessus: peinture d’un vase de Ténée. Programme publié à l’occasion de l’heureuse arrivée de S. Majesté le roi de Bavière à Athènes (Athens: de l’imprimeries de de lithographie royale, 1835)

Tennent, Sir James Emerson, K.C.S., LL.D., etc, A History of Modern Greece, from its Conquest by the Romans B.C. 146 to the present day (London: Colburn, 1845)

Thackeray, W.M., Notes of a Journey from Cornhill to Grand Cairo (London: Chapman and Hall, third edition, 1864). The first edition was published pseudonymously under the name of M.A. Titmarsh in 1846

[Theodosian Code], Theodosiani libri XVI cum constitutionibus Sirmondianis et leges novellae ad Theodosianum pertinentes / consilio et auctoritate Academiae Litterarum Regiae Borussicae ediderunt Th. Mommsen et Paulus M. Meyer (Berlin: Apud Weidmannos, 1905)

[Theodosian Code], The Theodosian code and novels; and, The Sirmondian Constitutions, a translation with commentary, glossary, and bibliography by Clyde Pharr in collaboration with Theresa Sherrer Davidson and Mary Brown Pharr; with an introduction by C. Dickerman Williams (Union NJ: Lawbook, 2001)

Thiersch, Frédéric, De l’état actuel de la Grèce et des moyens d’arriver à sa Restauration (Leipzig: A. Brockhaus, 1833)

Thomasson, Fredrik, Justifying and Criticizing the Removals of Antiquities in Ottoman Lands: Tracking the Sigeion Inscription, International Journal of Cultural Property, 17 (3) (Aug 2010), pp. 493–51

Thompson, Homer A., ‘The Odeion in the Athenian Agora’, Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 19 (2), American Excavations in the Athenian Agora: Thirty-Ninth Report (Apr.–Jun., 1950), 31–14.

Thomson, Alexander, M.D., ed., Letters of a Traveller, on the Various Countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa; containing Sketches of their present state, Government, Religion, Manners, and Customs; with some original pieces of poetry (London: Wallis, Wynn, and Scholly, 1798). Probably a compilation

Thompson, Charles, Esq., Travels through Turkey in Asia, the Holy Land, Arabia, Egypt, and Other Parts of the World; giving a particular and faithful account of what is most remarkable in the Manners, Religion, Polity, Antiquities, and Natural History of those Countries; with a curious description of Jerusalem as it now appears, and other places mentioned in the Holy Scriptures … Interspersed with the REMARKS of several other modern Travellers, illustrated with NOTES Historical, Geographical, and Miscellaneous (Glasgow: printed by Napier, for Fullarton, Somerville, and Blackie, 1810). Probably a compilation. A printed prospectus calling for subscriptions in which the author was described as ‘the late’ was circulated by Robinson in London in 1743

Thompson, C.W., French Romantic Travel Writing Chateaubriand to Nerval (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012)

Thompson, Darcy Wentworth, A Glossary of Greek Birds (Oxford: Oxford University Press, new edition, 1936)

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[Thürmer, Joseph], Ansichten von Athen und seinen Denkmahlen. Nach der Natur gezeichnet und radirt von J. Thürmer. Vues d’Athènes, etc (Rome: De Romanis, no date, but some of the views are noted as etched in 1825). Captions in German and French

Tietz, von, M., Prussian Counsellor of Legation, St. Petersburgh, Constantinople, and Napoli di Romania in 1833 and 1834 (London: Richter, 1836)

[Tischendorf, Constantin von], Travels in the East by a pilgrim (London: Longman, 1851)

Tolias, Giorgios, Ho pyretos tōn Marmarōn: martyries gia tē leēlasia tōn Hellēnikōn mnēmeiōn, 1800–1820 (Athens: Oikos, 1996)

Tolias, George, ‘”An Inconsiderate love of the Arts”: The Spoils of Greek Antiquities, 1780–1820’, in Bahrani, Zinab, Zeynep Çelik, Zeynep, and Eldem, Edhem, Scramble for the Past, A story of Archaeology in the Ottoman Empire (Istanbul, SALT/Garanti Kültür, 2011), 71–93

Torrey, F.P., Journal of the cruise of the United States ship Ohio, Commodore Isaac Hull, commander, in the Mediterranean, in the years 1839, ‘40, ‘41 (Boston: Printed by S.N. Dickinson, 1841)

[Tott], Memoirs of Baron de Tott. Containing the state of the Turkish Empire and the Crimea, during the late war with Russia. With numerous anecdotes, facts, and observations, on the manners and customs of the Turks and Tartars (London: Robinson, 1785)

Tournikiotis, Panayotis ed., The Parthenon and its Impact in Modern Times (Athens: Melissa, 1994)

Tournikiotis, Panayotis, ‘The Place of the Parthenon in the History and Theory of Modern Architecture’, in Tournikiotis, pp. 201–29

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[Tsigakou Fani-Maria and Dollinger, Anja Sibylle], Glanz der Ruinen Die Wiederentkung Griechenlands in Gemälden des 19. Jarrhunderts Aus den Beständen des Benaki Museums, Athen und des Rheinishen Landesmuseums Bonn (Cologne: Rheinland-Verlag GmbH, 1995)

Tsigakou, Fani-Maria, British Images of Greece from the Benaki Museum Collections (Athens: Museum of Cycladic Art, 1995)

Tsigakou, Fani-Maria, Athens through the Eyes of Artists-Travellers 16th19th Centuries (Athens: Istros, 2007)

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Waddington, George, The Present Condition and Prospects of the Greek or Oriental Church, with some Letters written from the Convent of the Strophades (London: Murray, 1829)

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Wherry, Albinia, Greek Sculpture with Story and Song (London: Dent, 1898)

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Wickenden, J. Frederic, Seven Days in Attica in the Summer of 1852 (London: Harrison, 1857)

Wigram, W.A., Hellenic Travel, A Guide (London: Faber and Faber, 1947)

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Wilkins, William, Prolusiones Architectonicæ; Or, Essays On Subjects Connected With Grecian And Roman Architecture (London: J. Weale, 1837)

Wilkinson, William, late British Consul at Bucharest, An account of the principalities of Wallachia and Moldavia: with various political observations relating to them (London: Longman, 1820)

Williams, Hugh William, Travels in Italy, Greece, and the Ionian Islands In a series of letters, description of manners, scenery, and the fine arts. With engravings from original drawings (Edinburgh: Constable, 1820)

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Willis, N.P., Pencillings by the Way (London: second edition, three vols, Macrone, 1836)

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Wilson, Edward S. (editor of the Ironton (Ohio) Register), An Oriental Outing being a narrative of a cruise along the Mediterranean and of visits to historic cities (Cincinnati: Printed by Cranston & Curts, c.1894)

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Wilson, John, ‘A Recommendation of the Study of the Remains of Ancient Grecian and Roman Architecture, Sculpture, and Painting’, in Oxford Prize Poems, being a collection of such English poems as have at various times obtained prizes in the University of Oxford, sixth edition (Oxford: Parker, 1819), pp. 89–92

Wilson, Rev. John M., Landscapes of interesting localities mentioned in the Holy Scriptures, engraved … by W. and E. Finden; with Historical and Descriptive Narratives by I. M. W. (Edinburgh: Fullarton, [1852])

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Wilson, William Rae, Esq. F.A.S., Travels in Egypt and the Holy Land, the second edition, with a Journey through Turkey, Greece, the Ionian Islands, Sicily, Spain &c (London: Longman, 1824)

Wilson, William Rae, F.A.S. A.S.R. Author of ‘Travels in the Holy Land, Egypt, Etc’ ‘In Russia, Poland and Finland’ and ‘In Norway. Sweden, and Denmark’ Records of a Route through France and Italy; with Sketches of Catholicism (London: Longman, 1835)

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[Winckelmann], Histoire de l’art chez les Anciens par M. Winckelmann traduite de l’allemand; Avec des Notes historiques et critiques de différens auteurs (Paris: chez Bossange, XI –1802)

[Winckelmann], Monumenti antichi inediti, spiegati ed illustrati da Giovanni Winckelmann, Prefetto delle antiquità di Roma (Rome: at the author’s expense, 1767)

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Wordsworth, Christopher, Greece, Pictorial, Descriptive, & Historical, with Numerous Engravings Illustrative of the Scenery, Architecture, Costume, and Fine Arts of that Country by Copley Fielding, F. Creswick, D. Cox, Jun., Harvey, Paul Huet, Meissonier, Sargent, Daubigny, Jaques, and other artists (London: William S. Orr & Co., 1839) first published in parts. Several subsequent editions, much changed, notably a ‘new edition’ published by Orr, 1853 with many illustrations by George Scharf, another edition by Murray, 1859, and a New Edition Revised, with Notices of Recent Discoveries, by H.F.Tozer, 1882. A French edition, La Grèce, Pittoresque et Historique, Ancienne et Moderne, translated by E. Regnault (Paris: Curmer, 1841) using many of the same plates as the first English edition for the illustrations.

[Wordsworth, Christopher], Six Letters from Greece, edited with an Introduction by Charles Plouviez (London: privately printed, 2009)

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[Wright, Rev. G.N.], The Rhine, Italy, and Greece. In a series of drawings from nature by Colonel Cockburn, Major Irton, Messrs. Bartlett, Leitch and Wolfensberger. With historical and legendary descriptions by the Rev. G. N. Wright (London: Fisher and Son, [n.d.], [1840])

Wright, Waller Rodwell, Horae Ionicae, a Poem (London: Longman, 1809)

Wyse, Sir Thomas, An Excursion in the Peloponnesus in the Year 1858. Edited by his Niece, Winifrede M. Wyse (London: Day & Son, 1865)

Wyse, Thomas, Impressions of Greece; with an introduction by his niece, Miss Wyse; and letters from Greece to friends at home by Arthur Penrhyn Stanley (London: Hurst and Blackett, 1871)

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Yeardley, J. and M., Eastern Customs; Illustrative of Scripture Passages; with some observations on the Character, Manners, &c of the Greeks (London: Harvey and Darton, 1842)

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Yiacoumis, Haris, The Acropolis of Athens, Photographs 1839–1959 (Athens: Potamos, 2000)

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Young, Cuthbert, M.A., A Wayfarer’s notes on the shores of the Levant, and the Valley of the Nile: with a sketch of the religious features of Syria, a Supplement on Italy, and an Appendix on the State of the Holy Sepulchre, etc. (Edinburgh: William P. Kennedy, 1848)

Young, James Foster, Brasenose College, Oxford, Five Weeks in Greece (London: Sampson Low, 1876)

Young, William, The History of Athens Politically and Philosophically Considered. With the View to an Investigation of the Immediate Causes of Elevation, and of Decline, operative in a free and commercial state (4to.1786), an expanded version of The Spirit of Athens, being a Political and Philosophical Investigation of the History of that Republic (4to. London, 1777). Another edition, with changes, 1804.

Yurdusev, A. Nuri, ed., Ottoman Diplomacy, Conventional or Unconventional? (London: Palgrave, 2004)

Xenos, Stephanos, East and West (London: 1865)

Zacharia, Katerina, Converging truths: Euripides’ Ion and the Athenian quest for self-definition (Leiden: Brill, 2003)

Zacharia, Katerina, ed., Hellenisms: culture, identity, and ethnicity from antiquity to modernity (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2008)

Zacharia, Katerina, ‘Herodotus’ Four Markers of Greek Identity’, in Zacharia, Hellenisms, pp. 21–36

Zacharia, Katerina, ‘Postcards from Metaxas’ Greece: The uses of Classical antiquity in tourism photography’, in Tziovas, pp. 186–208.

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