Full-page miniature of Michael III of Wallachia on horseback. The text in the border reads: 'The figure is without soul, but it has the eyesight of a living person, and if anybody wants to know the effigy of th... More
This image has been taken from scan 000014 from volume 02 of "The Present State of Turkey ... Together with the geographical, political and civil state of the Principalities of Moldavia and Wallachia. ... The s... More
This image has been taken from scan 000253 from "A Steam Voyage down the Danube. With sketches of Hungary, Wallachia, Servia and Turkey, etc". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from ... More
This image has been taken from scan 000027 from volume 01 of "Travels in Southern Russia, and the Crimea; through Hungary, Wallachia, & Moldavia, during the year 1837 ... Illustrated by Raffet. [A translation o... More
This image has been taken from scan 000347 from volume 02 of "Travels in Southern Russia, and the Crimea; through Hungary, Wallachia, & Moldavia, during the year 1837 ... Illustrated by Raffet. [A translation o... More
Title, date and notes from Red Cross caption card. Photographer name or source of original from caption card or negative sleeve: Junior Red Cross. Data: Junior Red Cross album, Dec. 1921. Classification: Types.... More
Deutsch: Schlacht von Oltenița English: Battle of Oltenița fought between Ottoman Empire and Russian Empire at Oltenița, Wallachia (now Romania) on 4 November 1853. It was the first engagement of the Crimean War.
Deutsch: Abbildung aus der Schedelschen Weltchronik (lateinische Ausgabe in Sao Paulo) English: Illustration from the Nuremberg Chronicle (Latin copy in Sao Paulo)
Română: Înfrăţirea moldovenilor şi muntenilor. Bogdan cel Chior şi Radu cel Mare în centrul picturii. Autor: Constantin Lecca. Constantin Lecca - Înfrăţirea moldovenilor şi a muntenilor. Împăcarea dintre Bogda... More
Folio 12 verso of the Makarije Hieratikon (priest's service book) printed in Church Slavonic in Târgoviște, Wallachia (present-day Romania). Bucharest, Biblioteca Academiei Române, CRV 1
Proclamation of Islaz from 1848, written in Romanian, using the Cyrillic alphabet. Română: Proclamaţia de la Islaz, din 1848, scrisă în română, folosind alfabetul chrilic.