Elias van Nijmegen (Nijmegen 1667 - Rotterdam 1755), Family of Darius at Alexander the Great, wallpaper painting canvas linen oil paint, In the battle of Issos in 333 BC. beats Alexander the armies of the Persian king Dareios who flees. However, the family of Dareios consisting of his mother, his wife Stateira, two daughters and five-year-old son in the hands of Alexander. Against the expectation, he does not let them kill but maintains their status; they will be called queen prince and princess. In 324, Alexander would marry daughter of Dareios who, like her mother, was called Stateira histor

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Elias van Nijmegen (Nijmegen 1667 - Rotterdam 1755), Family of Darius at Alexander the Great, wallpaper painting canvas linen oil paint, In the battle of Issos in 333 BC. beats Alexander the armies of the Persian king Dareios who flees. However, the family of Dareios consisting of his mother, his wife Stateira, two daughters and five-year-old son in the hands of Alexander. Against the expectation, he does not let them kill but maintains their status; they will be called queen prince and princess. In 324, Alexander would marry daughter of Dareios who, like her mother, was called Stateira histor
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Elias van Nijmegen (Nijmegen 1667 - Rotterdam 1755), Family of Darius at Alexander the Great, wallpaper painting canvas linen oil paint, In the battle of Issos in 333 BC. beats Alexander the armies of the Persian king Dareios who flees. However, the family of Dareios consisting of his mother, his wife Stateira, two daughters and five-year-old son in the hands of Alexander. Against the expectation, he does not let them kill but maintains their status; they will be called queen prince and princess. In 324, Alexander would marry daughter of Dareios who, like her mother, was called Stateira history piece Greek history generosity restraint Rotterdam City Triangle Boompjes Scheepmakershaven Rederijstraat Katwijk Elias van Nijmegen Originating from the Katwijk house, which was demolished in 1901, behind Boompjes 70 and stretching to the Scheepmakershaven. The building was demolished for the construction of Rederijstraat.

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