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John Ogilby - De Stadt Benin. John Ogilby
Edward V. Richard III. Henry VII. Henry VIII
Henry II. Richard I. John. Henry III
Charles I. Charles II. James II. William III
Edward I. Edward II. Edward III. Richard II
Anne. George I. George II. George III
Edward VI. Mary. Elizabeth. James I
Chef de Bororenos partant pour une attaque.
Chef de Charruas [Charrouas] sauvages.
XIIe siecle. Commencement. Monarques, et bourgeoises du midi d'Europe. Miniatures inedites de l'edit de gratien, a la Bible de Troyes. Prince Lombard. D'apres une fresque de l'eglise de St. Vincent de Galliano.
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Habit of the Duke of Venice. Le Dogede Venise.
Eminent Regent Wang
Man with an elephant on his hands
Ritratti e figure. Fig.1. Amenôf I [Amenhotep I]. Fig.2. Nofre-Ari [Ahmose-Nofretari]. Fig. 3. Thutmes I [Thutmose I]. Fig. 4. Aahmes [Ahmosi?] .
The habit of Allaverdy Cann, grandfather and predecessor to Suraja Dowla. Allaverdy Cann, ayeul et predecessor de Suraja Dowla.
Fig. 13. Taia [Tiye]. Fig. 14. Horus [Horemheb]. Fig. 15. Siphtah [Siptah]. Fig. 16. Taosra [Tawosret].
Fig. 9.Amenôf II [Amenhotep II]. Fig. 10. Thutmes V [Thutmose IV]. Fig. 11. Mutemwa. Fig. 12. Amenôf III [Amenhotep III].
Fig. 21. Ramses II. Fig. 22. Ramses III [Ramses II]. Fig. 23. Nofre-Ari [Nefertari]. Fig. 24. Botiante [Bentanta].
Fig. 29. Isis. Fig. 30. Ramses VI [Ramses III]. Fig. 31. Ramses X [Ramses IX]. Fig. 32. Ramses VII [Ramses IV].
Fig. 25. Menephtah II [Merneptah]. Fig. 26. Menephtah III [Seti II]. Fig. 27. Uerri [Sethnakht]. Fig. 28. Ramses IV [Ramses III].
Fig. 37. Tewekôerniro. Fig. 38. Ramses IX [Ramses IV]. Fig. 39. Ramses XV [Ramses XI].  Fig. 40. Amensi-Pehôr [Herihor].
Fig. 33. Ramses VII [Ramses III]. Fig. 34. Ramses XI [Ramses X]. Fig. 35. Amenemses [Amenmesse]. Fig. 36. Tascia [Takhat].
Fig. 45. Usciôpt [Shoshenq]. Fig. 46. Osorkon II. Fig. 47. Sciabak [Shabaka]. Fig. 48. Sciabatok [Shebatko].
Fig. 41. Phisciam [Pinudjem]. Fig. 42. Rêkaantme [Maatkare]. Fig. 43. Atôrsiu [Henuttaui]. Fig. 44. Sciscionk [Shoshenq I].
Fig. 49. Tahraka [Taharqa]. Fig. 50. Psametik I [Psamtik I]. Fig. 51. Nitocri [Ankhnesneferibre]. Fig. 52. Psametik II [Psamtik II]. Fig. 53. Aahmes [Amasis]. Fig. 54. Mihôrt [Nectanebo].
Fig. 55. Hakôr [Hakoris]. Fig. 56. Psimut [Psammuthis]. Fig. 57. Nahsctefnêb [Nectanebo I]. Fig. 58. Amonmai [Merytamun]. Fig. 59. Nebto [Nebtaui]. Fig. 60. Titi [Tiyi].
Fig.1. Ramses III [Ramses II]; Fig. 2. Nofre-Ari [Nefertari];  Fig. 3. Ramses IV [Ramses III];  Figg. 4 e 5. Principe e principessa.
Fig. 61. Tsiutentôph [Taentipi]. Fig. 62. Un principe. Fig. 63. Terèi ..., or Nutèi [Ramses II]. Fig. 64. [del medesimo]; figg. A e B.  Amensi-Pehôr [Herihor] e Phisciam [Pinudjem] .
Fig. 12. Ramses VII.  Fig. 13. Ramses IX [Ramses IV].  Fig.14. Ramses X [Ramses IX].  Fig. 15. Amenemses [Amenmesse].  Fig. 16. Nahsctefnèb (Nectanebo) [Nectanebo I ].  Fig. 17. Ramses-Manduhipefsciopsc [Ramses-Mentuherkhepshef].
Fig. 6. Amenôf II [Amenhotep II].  Fig. 7. Ramses I.  Fig. 8. Menephtah II [Merneptah]. Fig. 9. Menephtah III [Seti II].  Fig. 10. Uerri [Sethnakhte].  Fig. 11. Ramses VI.
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
Fig. 65. Alessandro [Alexander the Great]. Fig. 66. Filippo-Arrideo[Philip Arrhidaeus]. Fig. 67. Tolomeo-Filadelfo [Ptolemy II Philadelphus]. Fig. 68. Arsinoe. Fig. 69. Erkamon [Arqamani]. Fig. 70. Atarramon.
Fig. 71. Tolomeo-Evergete I [Ptolemy III Euregetes]. Fig. 72. Tolomeo-Filopatore. Fig. 73. Arsinoe [Arsinoe II]. Fig. 74. Tolomeo-Epifane [Ptolemy VI Philometor]. Fig. 75. Tolomeo- Filometore [Ptolemy XII Auletes]. Fig. 76. Tolomeo-Evergete II.
Fig. 83. Tolomeo-Cesare, o Neo-Cesare. Fig. 25. Atarramon. Fig. 26. Cleopatra. Fig. 27. Cesarione. Fig. 28. Erkamon [Arqamani]. Fig. 29. Berenice o Cleopatra. Fig. 30. Tolomeo-Epifane.
Fig. 77. Cleopatre [Cleopatra I]. Fig. 78. Cleopatra-Coccia [Cleopatra II]. Fig. 79. Tolomeo-Sotere II. Fig. 80. Tolomeo-Alessandro II. Fig. 81. Berenice o Cleopatra. Fig. 82. Cleopatra [Cleopatra VII].
Fig. 31. Tolomeo-Evergete II [Ptolemy VII Philometor] ; Fig. 32. Evergete II [Ptolemy VII Philometor]; Fig. 33. Cleopatra [Cleopatra II] ; Fig. 34. Tolomeo-Filadelfo [Ptolemy II Philadelphus];  Fig. 35. Cleopatra-Coccia [Cleopatra III] ; Fig. 36. Arsinoe.
Tuskatche Mico, or the Birdtail King of the Cusitahs.
Figg. 1, 2. Altre scene domestiche del medesimo re. Comincia la rappresentazione della serie di sue conquiste a Medinet-Abu [Medinet Habu]:  Fig. 3. Percote i popoli vinti dinnanzi a Phtah-Sokari [Ptah].
Fig. 1. Menphtah III offre fiori ad Amon-rê e Tamon [Neith].  Figg. 2, 3. Scene domestiche del re Ramses IV [Ramses III].
Fig. 1. Il re Siphtah riceve l'arme della forza da Amon-rê cui seguono i re antenati (Palazzo di Gurnah). Fig. 2. Il medesimo fa offerte a varie deità.  Fig. 3. La regina Taosra [Tawosret] offre due vasi a Phrê.
Il re Tahraka a Medinet-Abu [Medinet Habu] percote un mazzo di nemici..
Quadri di re Bubastiti a Karnac: Sciscionk [Shoshenq I], Osorkon [Osorkon II] e Takeloth [Takelot I].
Fig. 1. Tolomeo-Epifane fa offerte a Filadelfo e Arsinoe. Fig. 2. Tolomeo-Euergete II dinnanzi a Har-hat (Ermete trismegisto). Fig. 3 Tolomeo-Filometore percote un mazzo di vinti.
Fig. 1. Frammento di un'offerta del re Nectanebo.  Fig. 2. Il medesimo percote un mazzo di nemici dinnanzi ad Amon-rê.  Fig. 3. Il re Amirteo [Teos] fa  offerta a Scions. Fig. 4. Il re Psammutis [Psamtik ]offre ad Amon-rê e Scions.
Letti., Egypt
I'm a king with a capital K
Eminent Regent Wang
Man with an elephant on his hands
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
I'm a king with a capital K
Eminent Regent Wang
Man with an elephant on his hands
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
I'm a king with a capital K
Eminent Regent Wang
Man with an elephant on his hands
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
I'm a king with a capital K
Eminent Regent Wang
Man with an elephant on his hands
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
I'm a king with a capital K
Eminent Regent Wang
Man with an elephant on his hands
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
I'm a king with a capital K
Map of the countries of Ferghana & Bokhara: chiefly constructed from original routes and other documents
Opisaniie sviashchiennieishago koronovaniia ikh Imperatorskikh Velichestv Gosudaria Imperatora Aleksandra Vtorago i Gosudaryni Imperatritsy Marii Aleksandrovny Vseia Rossii
I'm a king with a capital K
Fig. 5.Thutmes II [Thutmose II]. Fig.6. Amenenhè [Hatshepsut]. Fig. 7. Thutmes IV [Thutmose II]. Fig. 8. Rêninofre [Neferure].
The Emir of Zaria; The Emir of Katsina, opp.  p. 38
Fig. 17. Ramses I. Fig. 18. Menephtah I [Seti I]. Fig. 19. Tsirê [Satre]. Fig. 20. Menephtah I [Seti I].
Tombeaux des Chalifs, groupe de l'est.
Tombeaux des Chalifs, Mosquée Kait Bay [Qâ´it Bây].
Chef Camacan Mongoyo.
L'oiseau divin planant sur la tête d'un Pharaon
Wi-jun-jon, an Assinneboin Chief. Going to Washington; Returning to his home.
Il fanciullo Amenôf III [Amenhotep III], assomigliato al dio Horus, è presentato ad Amon-rê [Amon] e purificato.
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Figg. 1, 2. Stela istorica di Ramses I. - Sta in mezzo ad Horus e a Thoth. - Successione di re della dinastia XVIII , da Amenôf I a Menphtah I [Seti I].
Don Alvaro, King of Kongo, giving audience to the Dutch.
Eminent Regent Wang
Fig. 1. Il re Osorkon riceve lo scettro degli anni da Amon-rê .  Fig. 2, 3. Il re Sciabak [Shabaka] abbracciato da Athyr [Hathor] e da Tamon [Neith]. Fig. 4. Statuetta di Phrê con leggenda di Sciabak.  Fig. 5. Il re Sciabatok  fa offerte ad Amon-rê e Mut.
Epoca greca. Fig.1 Inaugurazione di Filippo-Arrideo per Amon-rê... Fig.2 Alessandro figlio di Alessandro-il-Grande offre incenso... Fig. 3. Il medesimo dinnanzi ad Amon-rê e Scions. Fig. 4. Tolomeo-Filadelfo fa offerta d'oro a Iside
Man with an elephant on his hands
Tre soggetti di trasporto e accompagnamento funebre.
Accompagnamento di una mummia al sepolcro. - Il dio Anubi presta gli ultimi uffizi a un defunto.
Ramses II - Wonders of the Ancient World
Celebrities of Ancient Egypt
Thoutmosis I - Wonders of the Ancient World
Durochka shows the Tzar her apple on the silver plate.
Interview with the Dey.
Hall of state in the palace of an Egyptian nomarch
Aethiopen. Dynastie XXV, 3.  Barkal [Jebel Barkal]. Altar im grossen Tempel.
Siptah, Egypt - Wonders of the Ancient World
If I were only rajah, or, The tired clerk's lament
Hopothle Mico, or the Talassee King of the Creeks.
Opisaniie sviashchiennieishago koronovaniia ikh Imperatorskikh Velichestv Gosudaria Imperatora Aleksandra Vtorago i Gosudaryni Imperatritsy Marii Aleksandrovny Vseia Rossii
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