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Sargento de la infanteria española en Flandes ó Italia. 1660

Infanteria de linea: [a] Alferez del regimiento de los morados viejos; [b] Sargento, del regimiento fijo de Sicilia.1718

Abanderado, del regimiento de Milan. 1768

Italy. Genoa, 878-1684

Italy. Genoa, 878-1684

Italy. Genoa, 878-1684

Italy. Genoa, 878-1684

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Tuscany. 1390-1809

Italy. Papal States, 1460-1820

69 CE: Domitian, son of Vespasian, miraculously escapes the carnage in Rome.

70 CE: With severe famine in Jerusalem, a Jewish fighter against Rome slaughters a starving civilian.

41 CE: At Rome, Herod Agrippa serves as a mediator between his friend Claudius and the Senate. The Senate vows to take military action against Claudius, but the army has chosen him as their new emperor. Here, the soldiers show their support for Claudius.

68 CE: Cerealius, one of Vespasian's officers, attacks Hebron and slays all the inhabitants. 69 CE: The emperor Otho, having been defeated by the troops of Vitellius, commits suicide in Rome.

69 CE: The emperor Vitellius, drunk and weighed down by an extravagant meal, is dragged through the crowd and butchered in the middle of Rome, after a reign of just eight months and five days.

68 CE: Titus and Herod Agrippa II embark on a voyage to Rome to salute the new emperor, Galba.

4 BCE: Archelaus goes to the Temple and addresses the people. He thanks them for the respect they showed at his father Herod's funeral, but says that he will not exercise authority until his right to succession is confirmed by the emperor of Rome.

66 CE: After an impassioned speech by Herod Agrippa II urging the Jews to avoid war with Rome by paying the tribute tax, magistrates disperse to the villages to levy the tribute.

69 CE: War breaks out in Rome between the supporters of the emperor Vitellius and those of Vespasian.

64 CE: Florus, tyrannical procurator of Judea, removes 70 talents from the Temple treasury on the pretext that Rome requires it. The indignant Jews heap abuse upon him. Here, Florus holds a tribunal to judge the Jews who have derided him.

47 BCE: Antigonus II accuses Antipater of disloyalty to Caesar, whereupon Antipater strips off his clothes and exposes the scars won in battles on behalf of Rome.

52 CE: Jewish leaders plead their case before Ummidius Quadratus, governor of Syria, in the escalating violence between Jews and Samaritans. Quadratus punishes the instigators and sends Jewish and Samaritan leaders to Rome to render an account of the affair to the emperor Claudius.

70 CE: Antiochus Epiphanes, son of the king of Commagene in Syria, joins Rome against the Jews, but most of his young fighters, called "Macedonians," are overpowered.

Italy. Genoa, 878-1684

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714

Italy. Piedmont and Savoy, 1560-1714