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Main Design Component of an Armband

late Central Javanese period

Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae: The Main Doorway of the Palazzo della Cancellaria

This print comes from the museum’s copy of the Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae (The Mirror of Roman Magnificence) The Speculum found its origin in the publishing endeavors of Antonio Salamanca and Antonio Lafre... more

Kelsterbach Castle near Höchst am Main

View of Kelsterbach Castle from the river Main, with crowded barge at centre foreground towed by horses; Höchst am Main in the distance at left. One of a set of 12 views in Germany, formerly in an album, now di... more

Yomut Main Carpet

This carpet was likely woven by a member of the Yomut tribe of Central Asia. The staggered motifs seen in the carpet’s field are known as guls (flowers); the nomadic textiles and carpets of Central Asia often d... more

Yamut Main Carpet

In Turkmen tents a ‘main carpet’ covered the floor, while storage bags with carpet-woven faces hung from the tent walls and carpet-woven door hangings protected the entrance. This carpet contains V-shaped motif... more

Salor Main Carpet

The largest carpets created by Turkmen nomadic weavers, known as "main" carpets, were used on the floors of Turkmen tent dwellings. They usually employed a series of small repeating medallions, known as gul, th... more

Yomut Main Carpet

Attributed to Western Turkmenistan, Central Asia

Tekke Main Carpet

Large rectangular carpets such as this one, the most important and expensive weavings created by every Turkmen tribe, are referred to as ‘main carpets.’ They were the primary floor covering used in Turkmen tent... more

The Main Square in Andria (Bari)

Achille Vianelli (Viennelly) (Italian, Porto Maurizio di Imperia 1803–1894 Benevento)

[Main street of the town of Ōmihachiman, Japan]

Shijo school sketch showing a warehouse in the foreground with inns further down the street.

Main entrance, north front, Smithsonian Institution / W. Wade del.

Photographic reproduction of a lithograph showing people standing at the front entrance to the Smithsonian Institution castle.

Main Street of the Yoshiwara on a Starlight Night

Kunisada II, a pupil of Utagawa Kunisada, placed his signature on the lantern in the foreground. Before his marriage to Kunisada's daughter in 1846, his prints were usually signed Baidō Kunimasa; from then on h... more

Arch erected by the Webster Club, Main St., S. Danvers / Lith. by J. H. Bufford.

Print shows young women parading through a celebratory arch at the reception of George Peabody in Danvers, Mass.