Medland, from a drawing by W. A lexander. II. VIEW of the TOMB of ALEXANDER, as it originally stood in the Mosque of St. A thanasius, with the Mode of worshipping it; engraved by Medland, from the original by Denon. III. GROUND PLAN of the ISIOSQUE of St. ATHANASIUS, constructed from the Ruin of the SOMA; engraved by Medland, from the original design by Denon. IV. PORTRAIT 0ALEXANDER THE GREAT, from a Medal of Lysimachus; drawn by R. Howard, and engraved by Anker Smith. V. VIGNETTE, page 23, engraved by Anker Smith. 1. Portrait of A lexander, from a Gold Medal of Lysimachus, purchased by the Author in the I sle of Patmos. 2. Reverse of the Silver Tetradrachm of Lysimachus, from which the enlarged Portrait of Alexander was taken in the Fourth Plate. The Medal from which those Drawings were made was purchased by the Author at A thens. 3. Reverse of the Gold Medal. N. B. For the Drawing from which this Vignette has been engraved, the Author is indebted to the Daughter of W. Wilkins, Esq. of Cambridge. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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