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Panel with the Triumph of Dionysos

Fragment with the Triumph of Dionysos and the Labors of Herakles

Triumph of Aemilius Paulus from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 300v

Triumph of Marius from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 332

Triumph of Pompeius from BL Royal 20 D I, f. 363

Mordecai's triumph: Mordecai on the king's horse is led through the city by Haman

The Triumph of Titus

The Triumph of Fame; (reverse) Impresa of the Medici Family and Arms of the Medici and Tornabuoni Families

Triumph of Scipio Africanus major

Triumph of Caesar from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 330

Triumph of Caesar from BL Royal 17 F II, f. 330

The Triumph of Chastity; she stands on a vase upon a chariot, before her kneels Cupid bound and blindfolded, the chariot is escorted by young women, leading them a maiden carrying a banner with the emblem of an ermine, illustration to Petrarch's 'Triumph of Chastity'

The Triumph of Caesar: The Senators

The Triumph of Caesar: The Elephants

Triumph of Caesar: Soldiers carrying Trophies

Triumph of Caesar: The Corselet Bearers

The Triumph of Chastity (page from 'The Triumphs of Petrarch')

[Roman soldiers bearing the trophies in triumph]

The Triumph of the Cardinal Virtues: Temperance, Prudence, Fortitude and Justice (one of a series)

Triumph of Death from BL Harley 2953, f. 20

Roman Triumph

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Triumph of Scipio

Triumph of Christian Faith

The Triumph of a Hero

A Roman Triumph

The Triumph of Virtues: Justice, Peace and Abundance

The Triumph of Poverty (one of a series)

Allegory of the Triumph of Poverty

The Triumph of Humility (one of a series)

Triumph

The Triumph of Amphitrite

The Triumph of a Hero

Pompey, who had demanded a triumph, which Sulla refused, marching in triumphal procession through the streets of Rome

Allegory of the Triumph of the Church

The Triumph of Virtues: Justice, Peace and Abundance (one of a series)

Triumph of Temperance

The Triumph of Silenus

The Triumph of the Church (one of a series)

The Triumph of Bacchus

The Triumph of Bacchus

Triumph of Patience

Triumph of Ceres

[The Triumph of Time]

The Triumph of the Church

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar: Chariot with Trophy of Armor

The Triumph of Caesar: Statues of Venus and Mercury

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar: Trumpeters

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar

The Triumph of Caesar

Triumph of Cybele

Triumph of a Warrior

Triumph of Amphitrite

Triumph of Mars

Triumph of Alexander

The Triumph of Christ: the last sheet on the right showing Adam and Eve who lead the procession

The triumph of a Roman Emperor; a young naked hero stands at centre on a pile of armour; a woman at right holds aloft a laurel wreath

The Triumph of Mordecai

Triumph of Neptune

The Triumph of Eternity

Allegory of Triumph and Sacrifice

The triumph of a Roman Emperor

The Triumph of Scipio who rides on a horse followed by captured slaves

A frieze arrangement depcting the Triumph of Love; Cupid in a Chariot led by goats, many other putt filling the composition

Triumph of Bacchus who is seated on a carriage at left

The triumph of Juno who is sat in a carriage, set within a elaborate frame, from the '(Loves, Rages and Jealousies of Juno'

Allegory of the Triumph of Death over Church and State

Triumph of Love: four horses draw a carriage with Cupid standing upon a smoking platform, preceded by gods and goddesses on foot, a temple with gabled pediment at crest of hill beyond, from the series 'The Triumphs of Petrarch'

Triumph of Chastity: unicorns draw a carriage bearing a female figure seated next to a sphinx and holding a standard, Vestal virgins walk behind the carriage, round temple of Vesta at right, from the series 'The Triumphs of Petrarch'

The Indian Triumph of Bacchus

The triumph of love, cupid riding a chariot drawn by unicorn is in the upper right, naked figures fill the composition

The triumph of love, cupid riding a chariot drawn by unicorn is in the upper right, naked figures fill the composition; a proof impression

The Triumph of Time from The Triumphs of Petrarch

The Triumph of Love from The Triumphs of Petrarch

The Triumph of Fame from The Triumphs of Petrarch

The Triumph of Chastity from The Triumphs of Petrarch

The Triumph of Divinity or Eternity from The Triumphs of Petrarch

The Triumph of Death from The Triumphs of Petrarch

The triumph of Cupid and Psyche who are seated on a chariot drawn by two birds restrained by children

Wine cooler with A Marine Triumph of Bacchus

The Triumph over Evil: many infants, some playing instruments others carrying weapons leading a procession, at the left a demon is being dragged along, another demon is hung from gallows, another pierced with arrows (three sheets from a longer frieze)

The Triumph of Marcus Aurelius

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Triumph of Marcus Aurelius

The Triumph of War, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 5

The Triumph of Envy, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 4

The Triumph of Pride, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 3

Triumph of the World, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 1

The Triumph of Peace, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 8

The Triumph of the Riches, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 2

The Triumph of Want, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 6

The Triumph of Humility, from The Cycle of the Vicissitudes of Human Affairs, plate 7

Triumph of the Church over the Synagogue

The Triumph of Time

The Triumph of Time

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: Triumph of Marcus Aurelius