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Ethnocultural History Collection

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Greece at the beginning of the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC)

Greece at the beginning of the Peloponnesian War (431-404 BC)
Antique Map of Greece at the beginning of the Peloponnesian War (431 - 404 BC) with the different tribal groups. Steel engraving with hand colored borderlines, published in 1861

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Horatio Nelson (1758-1805), British Admiral, steel engraving, published in 1868

Horatio Nelson (1758-1805), British Admiral, steel engraving, published in 1868
Horatio Nelson (1758 - 1805), famous British admiral. Steel engraving after a paintinging by Lemuel Francis Abbott (English painter, 1760/61 - 1802), published in 1868

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Gaul in the time of Julius Caesar, published in 1867

Gaul in the time of Julius Caesar, published in 1867
Gaul in the time of Roman politican Gaius Iulius Caesar (100 - 44 BC). Steel engraving with hand-colored borderlines and Latin legend, published in 1867

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Ancient map of Persia, lithograph, published in 1877

Ancient map of Persia, lithograph, published in 1877
Ancient map of Persia. Lithograph, published in 1877

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Panama Canal Project, lithograph, published in 1880

Panama Canal Project, lithograph, published in 1880
Ancient map of the Panama Canal Project. Lithograph, published in 1880

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Charlemagne - the first Holy Roman Emperor, published in 1868

Charlemagne - the first Holy Roman Emperor, published in 1868
Charlemagne (Charles the Great, Latin: Carolus Magnus, possibly 742 - 814), King of the Franks from 768 on and Emperor of the Romans (Imperator Romanorum) from 800 to his death in 814

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Baalbek (Libanon), Roman Temple of Venus, wood engraving, published 1855

Baalbek (Libanon), Roman Temple of Venus, wood engraving, published 1855
Baalbek (Libanon), Roman Temple of Venus (1st half of 3rd century AD). The temple is an example of Severan Baroque style. Wood engraving, published in 1855

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Afghanistan, lithograph, published in 1881

Afghanistan, lithograph, published in 1881
Ancient map of Afghanistan. Lithograph, published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Relief from Pergamon Altar, published in 1881

Relief from Pergamon Altar, published in 1881
Battle of Zeus and the Giants. Relief from the Pergamon Altar, Berlin Museum. Wood engraving, published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Great Harry, english war ship under Henry VIII, published 1880

Great Harry, english war ship under Henry VIII, published 1880
The Great Harry was built at Woolwich and launched in 1514, during the reign of Henry VIII. She was one of the first ships of war to carry gun ports. These allowed her to fire a broadside

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Ramesses III (c. 1221 BC-1156 BC), wood engraving, published in 1881

Ramesses III (c. 1221 BC-1156 BC), wood engraving, published in 1881
Ramesses III (c. 1221 BC - 1156 BC). Woodcut engraving after an ancient original, published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Viaduct of the Lima Oroya Railway (Peru), published in 1872

Viaduct of the Lima Oroya Railway (Peru), published in 1872
Viaduct of the Lima Oroya Railway (Peru), built by the German architect Albert Fink (1827-1897). Woodcut engraving, published in 1872

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Papyrus Depicting Tutankhamon Hunting Birds

Papyrus Depicting Tutankhamon Hunting Birds
King Tut had many pictures describing his love to hunting; in this papyrus painting we can see him sitting on his chair and using his bow to hunt birds

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Jean Bart (1650-1702), French privateer, wood engraving, published in 1881

Jean Bart (1650-1702), French privateer, wood engraving, published in 1881
Jean Bart (1650 - 1702), naval commander and privateer from Flanders in the service of the French king Louis XIV. Woocut engraving after a contemporary copper engraving (c. 1680/90), published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Victor Emmanuel II, King of Italy, published in 1871

Victor Emmanuel II, King of Italy, published in 1871
Victor Emmanuel II (1820 - 1878), was King of Sardinia from 1849 until 1861 and the first king of a united Italy since the 6th century. Wood engraving, published in 1871

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Three peasants, early 16th century, by Albrech DAOErer, published 1881

Three peasants, early 16th century, by Albrech DAOErer, published 1881
Three peasants, early 16th Century. Woodcut engraving after an original by Albrecht Durer (German painter and engraver, 1471 - 1528), published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Maximilian I, of Habsburg (1459-1519), wood engraving, published in 1881

Maximilian I, of Habsburg (1459-1519), wood engraving, published in 1881
Maximilian I, of Habsburg, called the last knight (1459 - 1519), was Duke of Burgundy from 1477, from 1486 German king, from 1493 Archduke of Austria, and from 1508 emperor of the Holy Roman Empire

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Charles V

Charles V (1500 - 1558, Holy Roman Emperor). Woodcut engraving (1521) after an original by Albrecht Durer (German painter and engraver)

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Agnes Bernauer

Agnes Bernauer (c. 1410 - 1435) was the lover, and perhaps the first wife of the Bavarian Duke Albrecht III (1401 - 1460)

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Message, Chronicle of Henry VII (Balduineum), 1341, published in 1880

Message, Chronicle of Henry VII (Balduineum), 1341, published in 1880
" In the return of the Curia was reported to him the death of Albert King of the Romans."

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Pocahontas (c. 1596-1617), Native American, wood engraving, published in 1884

Pocahontas (c. 1596-1617), Native American, wood engraving, published in 1884
Pocahontas (born Matoaka, known as Amonute, and later known as Rebecca Rolfe, c. 1596 - 1617), Native American. She was an intermediary between the trunks of the Virginia Algonquian

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Corset (1855), wood engraving, published in 1883

Corset (1855), wood engraving, published in 1883
Corset, 1855. Wood engraving, published in 1883

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Balkan States

Balkan States
Map of Rumania, Bulgaria, Serbia, Montenegro

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Charles Emmanuel I (1562-1630), Duke of Savoy, published in 1805

Charles Emmanuel I (1562-1630), Duke of Savoy, published in 1805
Charles Emmanuel I the Great (1562 - 1630), Duke of Savoy. Copper engraving, published in 1805

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Mary I of England (1516-1558), copper engraving, published in 1805

Mary I of England (1516-1558), copper engraving, published in 1805
Mary I of England (1516 - 1558), Queen of England and Ireland. Copper engraving, published in 1805

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Charles II (630-1685), British king, copper engraving, published in 1805

Charles II (630-1685), British king, copper engraving, published in 1805
Charles II (630 - 1685), King of England, Scotland, and Ireland. Copper engraving, published in 1805

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Anne Boleyn (c. 1501-1536), Queen of England, copper engraving, published 1805

Anne Boleyn (c. 1501-1536), Queen of England, copper engraving, published 1805
Anne Boleyn (c. 1501 - 1536), Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of King Henry VIII. Her execution by beheading made her a key figure at the beginning of the English Reformation

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Papyrus Depicting Tutankhamun and His Wife Ankhesenamun

Papyrus Depicting Tutankhamun and His Wife Ankhesenamun
This beautiful garden scene shows Tutankhamun receiving flowers from his wife Ankhesenamun. This scene comes from an ivory chest that was found in his tomb in 1922

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Native people of the South Sea Islands, published in 1882

Native people of the South Sea Islands, published in 1882
South Sea Islanders, Asians, and Australians: Top row, from left: Australia (Aborigines), Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, Papua, Middle row: Fijians, New Zealander (Maori), Tahitian, Samoan

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Bucentaur - Galley of the doges of Venice, built 1728

Bucentaur - Galley of the doges of Venice, built 1728
Bucentaur, the state galley of the doges of Venice. Built 1728, and destroyed by soldiers of Napoleon Bonaparte in 1798. Wood engraving, published in 1880

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Battle of Yorktown in 1781, wood engraving, published in 1884

Battle of Yorktown in 1781, wood engraving, published in 1884
Plan of the Battle of Yorktown during the American Revolutionary War in 1781. Wood engraving, published in 1884

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Ancient map of the Arctic Region, lithograph, published in 1883

Ancient map of the Arctic Region, lithograph, published in 1883
Ancient map of the Arctic Region. Lithograph, published in 1883

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: NapolA on Bonaparte (1769-1821), steel engraving, published in 1868

NapolA on Bonaparte (1769-1821), steel engraving, published in 1868
Napoleon Bonaparte (1769 - 1821), French military and political leader and Emperor of France. Steel engraving after a painting by Paul Delaroche (French painter, 1797 - 1856), published in 1868

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: William II of England ( c. 1056-1100), wood engraving, published in 1881

William II of England ( c. 1056-1100), wood engraving, published in 1881
William II (William Rufus, or William the Red, c.aE1056 - 1100) of England. Woocut engraving after an old miniature drawing in Paris, published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Rosenlaui Glacier

Rosenlaui Glacier
The Rosenlaui Glacier, located in the Bernese Alps, Switzerland

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Assyria and Phersia Empire c. 500 BC, steel engraving, published 1661

Assyria and Phersia Empire c. 500 BC, steel engraving, published 1661
Antique map from Assyrian and Persian Empire, c. 500 BC. Legend in Latin language. Steel engraving with hand colored borderlines, published in 1861

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Acropolis of Pergamon, published in 1881

Acropolis of Pergamon, published in 1881
Map of the Acropolis of Pergamon (Unesco World Heritage Site). Wood engraving, published in 1881

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Excavations of Olympia, lithograph, published in 1880

Excavations of Olympia, lithograph, published in 1880
Old map of the plan of the excavations of Olympia. Lithograph, published in 1880

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Pestilence in Europe, mid-14th century, lithograph, published in 1880

Pestilence in Europe, mid-14th century, lithograph, published in 1880
Ancient map of the area of pestilence in Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa in the years 1346 - 1351. Lithograph, published in 1880

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Province of Saxony, lithograph, published in 1878

Province of Saxony, lithograph, published in 1878
Province of Saxony, former territory of Prussia from 1816 to 1945. Lithograph, published in 1878

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Prussia, lithograph, lithograph, published in 1878

Prussia, lithograph, lithograph, published in 1878
The Kingdom of Prussia at its greatest extent, after 1866. Lithograph, published in 1878

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Balkan States, lithograph, published in 1878

Balkan States, lithograph, published in 1878
Ancient map of the Balkan States: Romania, Bulgaria, Serbia and Montenegro. Lithograph, published in 1878

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Prussian provinces, lithograph, published in 1878

Prussian provinces, lithograph, published in 1878
Prussian provinces: Rhineland, Westphalia, and Hesse-Nassau. Lithograph, published in 1878

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Historical development of Prussia, lithograph, published in 1878

Historical development of Prussia, lithograph, published in 1878
Ancient maps of the historical development of Prussia, 17th - 19th century. Lithograph, published in 1878

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Historical German territory of Baden, lithograph, published in 1874

Historical German territory of Baden, lithograph, published in 1874
Map of Baden - a historical German territory (today Baden-Wurttemberg). Lithograph, published in 1874

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Belgium and Luxembourg, lithograph, published in 1874

Belgium and Luxembourg, lithograph, published in 1874
Antique map of Belgium and Luxembourg. Lithograph, published in 1874

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: Travel cart

Travel cart
Travel kitchen cart trolley with hospital supplied

Background imageEthnocultural History Collection: electric lighting venture

electric lighting venture



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