Gulf of Lepanto, From Corinth.[Key under image:] Doric Temple. Sicyon. Parnassus. Helicon. Cithaeron.
London, J. Murray. Albemarle St. 1837.
Lithograph. 117 x 190mm. 4½ x 7½".
The Gulf of Lepanto, now known as the Gulf of Corinth, the deep inlet of the Ionian sea, separating the Peloponnese from western mainland Greece. Travellers sat by two large columns, with sailing boats behind in the gulf. From "A Short Visit to The Ionian Islands, Athens, and the Morea. By Edward Giffard, Esq."
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