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The king of Hâmâvarân sues Rustam for peace.

The king of Hâmâvarân sues Rustam for peace.

Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.

The soldiers of Afrâsiyâb battle the Iranians for the first time.

The soldiers of Afrâsiyâb battle the Iranians for the first time.

Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.

England invaded : Or Frenchmen naturalized, Thomas Rowlandson

England invaded : Or Frenchmen naturalized, Thomas Rowlandson

French soldiers, who have just landed, are being bayoneted and ridden down by English troops. They flee in terror-stricken confusion. Among the Englishmen are yokels with pitchforks. Three Frenchmen, dead or pa... More

England invaded : Or Frenchmen naturalized, Thomas Rowlandson

England invaded : Or Frenchmen naturalized, Thomas Rowlandson

French soldiers, who have just landed, are being bayoneted and ridden down by English troops. They flee in terror-stricken confusion. Among the Englishmen are yokels with pitchforks. Three Frenchmen, dead or pa... More

Physical aid - or - Britannia recoverd from a trance - also, the patriotic courage of Sherry Andrew & a peep thro ye fog

Physical aid - or - Britannia recoverd from a trance - also, the patri...

Britannia, terrified, faint, and dishevelled sits on the ground supported by Addington and Hawkesbury, and defended by Sheridan, a Silenus-like and ragged Harlequin. They are on the coast towards which are adva... More

Physical aid - or - Britannia recoverd from a trance - also, the patriotic courage of Sherry Andrew & a peep thro ye fog

Physical aid - or - Britannia recoverd from a trance - also, the patri...

Britannia, terrified, faint, and dishevelled sits on the ground supported by Addington and Hawkesbury, and defended by Sheridan, a Silenus-like and ragged Harlequin. They are on the coast towards which are adva... More

The valley of the shadow of death, James Gillray

The valley of the shadow of death, James Gillray

Napoleon, advancing down a gently sloping causeway of rock which traverses water and flames, is halted by 'Leo Britannicus' who bounds savagely towards him. He drops a short chain attached to the nose of the 'R... More

Portraits alongside a battle scene

Portraits alongside a battle scene

Information from accompanying cards: A remarkable fine series of fore edge paintings appear on the edges of the three volumes. Each volume bears a double fore edge painting making six in all. Each of the six pa... More

"The brave went down! Without disgrace" - One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"The brave went down! Without disgrace" - One of eight scenes from the...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"Above the bayonets, mixed and crossed" One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"Above the bayonets, mixed and crossed" One of eight scenes from the C...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"Against the front of Pettigrew!" - One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"Against the front of Pettigrew!" - One of eight scenes from the Cyclo...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"Abraham Lincoln viewing Union troops" (may have been part of "The Gettysburg" Cyclorama, possibly by Paul Philippoteaux)

"Abraham Lincoln viewing Union troops" (may have been part of "The Get...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"Ah, how the withering tempest blew"… One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"Ah, how the withering tempest blew"… One of eight scenes from the Cyc...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"Fold up the banners! Smelt the Guns!"… One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"Fold up the banners! Smelt the Guns!"… One of eight scenes from the C...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"God lives.' " He forged the iron will… One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"God lives.' " He forged the iron will… One of eight scenes from the C...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"A cloud possessed the hollow field" - One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"A cloud possessed the hollow field" - One of eight scenes from the Cy...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

"Then, at the brief command of Lee" - One of eight scenes from the Cyclorama - The Battle of Gettysburg by Paul Philippoteaux

"Then, at the brief command of Lee" - One of eight scenes from the Cyc...

Photograph of Cyclorama painting Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Washington's retreat from Great Meadows

Washington's retreat from Great Meadows

George Washington retreats with his troops from the Great Meadows after the surrender at the Battle of Fort Necessity, 1754. This conflict began what eventually became the Seven Years War. Courtesy of Boston Pu... More

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