Expulsion of Jews from Spain, 1492. Ferdinand and Isabella being petitioned for mercy by some of those who are to be expelled, but prelate holds cross in front of them reminding them that the Jews could only stay if they converted to Christianity. Early 20th century book illustrtion.
Neurath Power Station is a lignite-fired power station at Neurath in Grevenbroich, Northrhine-Westphalia, Germany. The power station consists of five units and it is owned by RWE. In addition, two new units are under construction. After completing the new units, Neurath will be the world's largest lignite-fired power station.
Lions, Panthera leo, leo, Panthera, lion cub, cubs, Animals, mammals, Big cats, Cats, Big game, Big five, Safari, Africa, East Africa, Kenya, Masai mara, Behaviour, King of the beasts, Nature, Yawning, Portrait, wildlife
Tutankhamen, (1341 BC ? 1323 BC) Egyptian pharaoh of the 18th dynasty (ruled c.1333 BC ? 1323 BC), during the period of Egyptian history known as the New Kingdom. The 1922 discovery by Howard Carter of Tutankhamen's intact tomb received worldwide press coverage.
Farmyard scene showing stable by an oak wood, horses, horned sheep by a pond, and chickens. Animals are waiting to be given feed by farm worker. Outside building is water pump and drinking trough Oil on canvas. J F Herring jnr
Woman and child in a landscape'. Taddeo Zuccaro or Zuccari (c1430-1516) Italian painter. Young woman in knee-length sleeveless dress sitting on rock spinning with spindle and distaff . Naked child hands her flowers. Rustic Valley River
?Henri de la Tour d'Auvergne Turenne(1611-1675) French soldier; Marshal-General of France 1668, killed by a cannon ball while reconnoitring at Sasbach, Germany. War Military Nineteenth century Trade Card Chromolithograph?
Wreckers in Cornwall, England, collecting anything useful they can from the wreck of a ship they have lured to destruction on the shore. From Scenes in England by the Rev. Isaac Taylor, London, 1822. Hand-coloured engraving.
James Abram Garfield (1831-1891), a Republican, 20th President of the United States of America 1891. Shot on 2 July, he died of his wounds on 19 September, by Charles J Guiteau. Half length portrait of Garfield.
Alsace-Lorraine: General Gouraud entering Strasbourg at the head of the French IVth Army on 22 November 1918, as France occupied the Rhineland after World War I, and regained Alsace Lorraine from Germany.
Louisiana, New Orleans, French Quarter, Decatur Street, Jackson Square, landmark, fence, shopping, open-air artist colony, Daniel Garcia, acrylic painting, creativity, artist at work, paintbrush, city skyline, painted wood carving,
Florida, Fort Ft. Lauderdale, Everglades Wildlife Management Area, Water Conservation Area 3A, sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense, American alligator, nest, Everglades Holiday Park, covered airboat ride, passengers, woman, taking picture,
UK, United Kingdom, Great Britain, Wales, Welsh, Brecon Beacons, National Park, Black Mountains, Monmouthshire, Church, Patricio, Partrishow, St. Issui, Preaching Cross, IPSV3413, IPSV0772, IPSV0770, IPSV6986,
?Zaandam', Holland, 1871. Oil on canvas. Claude Money (1840-1926) French Impressionist painter. View across water towards church. On right, mature trees on a grassy embankment in front of row of houses.
Lake District, the Lakes, National Park, National Trust, England, Britain, United Kingdom, Great Britain, scenery, landscape, mountains, lakes, fells, walking, walkers, holiday, vacation, rambling, ramblers, countryside, heritage, environment, greenery, conservation, Lakeland, North East England, the North, the North East, Cumbria, Cumberland, Kirkstone Pass, Inn, pub, public house, The Struggle, Red Screes, peak, summit, view, panorama
To My Valentine', American Valentine card, c1908. Cupid shoots an arrow into a heartheld up by a putto. The words are surrounded by garlands of Forget-me-nots (Myosotis palustris) and lucky four-leafed Shamrock or Wood Sorrel (Oxalis acetosella) is a symbol of Ireland. In Roman mythology Cupid was the son of Venus, goddess of love (Eros and Aphrodite in the Greek Pantheon). The identity of St Valentine is uncertain, the most popular candidates are Valentine, bishop of Terni (3rd century) or a Roman Christian convert martyred c270). St Valentine's Day, celebrated on 14 February, probably replaces the Roman pagan festival of Lupercalia.
Albion Mills, on the south side of Blackfriars Bridge, burning, 3 March 1791, after set alight by arsonists. Built by Boulton and Watt, it was first steam-powered flour mill in London, (1786) Engineer for mill machinery: John Rennie (1761-1821) Architect: James Wyatt (1746-1813). From Microcosm of London, Rudolph Ackermann, London 1808-1810, illustrated Pugin and Rowlandson. Aquatint.
Fra Angelico (Guido di Pietro/Giovanni da Fiesole c1400-55) Italian painter. Virgin and Child with St Antony of Padua (with lily) and St Thomas Aquinas. Both saints in Dominican habit. Fresco. Chapel of Nicholas V, Vatican Palace
UK, United Kingdom, Great Britain, England, Cotswolds, AONB, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Gloucestershire, The Old Mill, Lower Slaughter, English Village, Scenic, Tourist Attraction, Visitor Attraction, Eye Stream, Cotswold Stone, Picturesque, IPSV1579, IPSV1580, IPSV1409, IPSV4977, IPSV4978, IPSV4980,
England; Second; World; War; Civilians; Home; Front
Air Raid Precautions: Set of 50 cards issued by WD & H0 Wills, Britain 1938, in preparation for the anticipated coming of World War II. Types of Splinter-proof Wall: Right, 33cm (13 1/2 in) brick wall; Centre, 60cm (2ft) brick rubble or shingle between sheets of corrugated iron; Left, Brick rubble or shingle in wooden boxes.
Lee Valley Regional Park, David Young, Essex, South East, East Anglia, England, Great Britain, United Kingdom, UK, Europe, Waltham Abbey, Seventy Acres Lake, Hertfordshire, River Lee, swans, birds, cygnets, white, pattern, walking, ramble, gravel pit, Lee Valley Park, swim, float, serene, tranquil, calm, graceful, elegant, curve, neck