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[The Venetian wedding]

Venetian carnival figures

Venetian carnival figures

Venetian carnival figures

A sea chart of the Gulph of VENICE describing all the sea coasts and Islands contained therein

A new map of the upper part of Italy, containing ye principality of Piemont ye Dutchies of Savoy, Milan, Parma, Mantua, Modena, Tuscany, the dominions of ye Pope &c., the Republiques of Venice, Genoa, Lucca &c.

Lady of quality of Venice in [sic] Dame Venitienne.

Habit of a noble matron of Venice 1581. Dame Venitienne.

Habit of the Duke of Venice. Le Dogede Venise.

Habit of a noble matron of Venice in 1581. Dame Venitienne.

Morning habit of a lady of Venice in 1750. Dame de Venise en deshabillé.

Habit of the dutchess of Venice in 1581. Femme du doge de Venise.

Ernestine comt: de Durazzo née C: Weissenwolff ambassadrice imperiale a Venise

Ninfe leggiadre e i fidi lor pastori trovan ne' boschi ancor gioie e piaceri: e tra suoni e tra danze e tra i bicchieri stringono i nodi d'innocenti amori

Scuola della Misericordia, Venezia.

La Madonna dell'Orto, dei Padri Ambrosiani, Venezia.

Engraving of Miss O'Neill in the character of Belvidera in the stage production Venice Preserved, Act 3, Scene 1

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

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Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1848-1850

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Italy. Venice, 1481-1845

Amalia Brugnoli Samengo. Eug'o Nap'e Pianta dis., Venezia I. R. pr. Lit. Barozzi.

German Bishop Cologne, 1450; Venetian priest, 1563; English priest Carlisle Cath., 1480.

Veduta interna del Teatro della Fenice a Venezia

1400, 1300; 1300.

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