RM2K0A9F7–Vishnu (preserver God). 19th century AD, South India. Stone sculpture
RMRY2W59–Sword with scabbard, 1700s-1800s. India, perhaps Deccan, 18th-19th century AD. Watered steel blade with iron hilt inlaid with gold; velvet lining with leather straps; wooden scabbard with velvet case and metallic threads; overall: 99 cm (39 in
RMB1PBPF–Padmasambhava tibet 19th century AD Buddhism
RM2BDYD3E–Ad for Bayer's Drugs, Including Heroin, 1899
RM2K2JXRR–Ceremonial Lalambagi gold necklace; gold alloy; from the Island of Nias, off the west coast of north-central Sumatra, Indonesia. late 19th Century AD
RMCWB3MP–Cherokee Tribe. An advertisement from the Cherokee Phoenix newspaper, printed in Bilingual notice in English and Cherokee
RMCPNG3X–advertising,emigrants,advertisement in the Giessener Anzeiger from 30.05.1874,advertising for the passage to America or Australia via Bremen,Hamburg,Liverpool,Germany,1874,with sailing ships,steamship,steamships,advertisements,advertisement,advert,ad,adverts,ads,enrollment,enrolment,enrolments,ships,emigrant ship,emigrate,emigrating,emigrants,emigrees,emigres,19th century,advertising journal,advertising paper,advertising journals,advertising papers,give-away ad newspaper,migration,emigrations,inner emigration,historic,histor,Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMH9Y5P8–19th century U.S. trade card for Colburn's Mustard.
RM2K0MKK6–Kareau: A female guardian. Nicobar Islands, Indian Ocean. Late 19th Century AD. 'The Human Image' exhibition at Caixa Forum in collaboration with T
RMMP9ND9–. Dhratarastra, Guardian King of the East, a painting on hemp cloth Probably from Taegu, Kyongsang province, Korea . Choson dynasty, late 18th - early 19th century AD. Anonymous 774 Korea-Joseon-Dhratarastra-Guardian King of the East
RMW2C47T–Iran, Central Iran, Shiraz, Imamzadeh-ye Ali Ebn-e Hamze, 19th century tomb of Emir Ali, dome
RM2BE3WMN–In the 19th Century Paris of ordinary people, a roadside coffee seller gossips with her neighbour watched by a young boy and dog.
RMPJ3TWC–Barber's set (towel), Turkey, Ottoman Empire, 19th century AD, cotton, silk
RF2JF5FWR–19th century ad for Chestnut HIll White Shirts
RMJ8G9F3–Dish, Fez, Morocco, 19th century AD, glazed ceramic Cinquantenaire Museum Brussels, Belgium DSC09094
RMMC85TH–Christian St Matthew the Evangelist, from the Book of Kells (AD 650-690). 19th century lithograph
RMP508HR–Classical Mythologi. Theseus slaying Minotaur. Statue 19th century AD. The Garden of the Tulleria (Tuileries). Paris. France. Europe.
RMCP44T6–Salomon Brothers cigar label. The illustration shows a tobacco plantation with manor house and a field in which black slaves
RM2CAC3FB–Spain, Castellon province. Arch of Cabanes. Roman triumphal arch dated from the 2nd century AD, located beside the route of the former Via Augusta. Illustration by Letre. Engraving by Capuz, 19th century. Cronica General de España. Historia Ilustrada y Descriptiva de sus Provincias. Valencia, 1867.
RM2K0A9EG–Vishnu (preserver God). 19th century AD, South India. Stone sculpture
RM2A2RE5N–Plan of Level Curves of Buttes Chaumont Park, Isophysenkarte of the Parc des Buttes Chaumont from the 19th century, signed: Ad., Fath Del, J. Rothschild, Éditeur; Erhard Sc, Fig. 5, p. 89, Fath, Ad. (del.); Rothschild, J. (ed.); Erhard (sc.), Adolphe Alphand: Les promenades de Paris [...]. Planches. Paris: par J. Rothschild, 1867
RMB1PDG1–Bodhisattva Manjushri Tibet 19th century AD
RM2BDYEJW–Ad for Harness' Magnetic Corsets, 1892
RM2K2JXTT–Wayang Kulit, shadow puppet of Arjuna the legendary friend of the Hindu God, Krishna ; Indonesian late 19th century AD. Made from painted wood
RMCWAX4T–Salomon Brothers cigar label. The illustration shows a tobacco plantation with manor house and a field in which black slaves
RM2EDWHT9–19th-century ad for a spring-loaded bar mousetrap of William Hooker's design
RMKHNJ6X–19th century advertisement for Eno's Fruit Salt.
RM2K0MKK8–Kareau: A female guardian. Nicobar Islands, Indian Ocean. Late 19th Century AD. 'The Human Image' exhibition at Caixa Forum in collaboration with T
RMMP9NCT–. Yi Jae-gwan (attributed to), Portrait of a Confucian scholar, a painting . Late Joseon dynasty, late 18th - early 19th century AD. Yi Jae-gwan (1783-1837) 774 Korea-Yi Chegwan-Portrait of a Confucian scholar
RMW2C47R–Iran, Central Iran, Shiraz, Imamzadeh-ye Ali Ebn-e Hamze, 19th century tomb of Emir Ali, mirrored interior
RM2BE3T32–A 19th century Austrian family gathering in which they listen to, and play music at home, while a lady knits and the children read. (Artist unknown)
RMPJ3TWB–Barber's set (apron), Turkey, Ottoman Empire, 19th century AD, cotton, silk - Textile
RF2J4EB64–19th century ad for a pot bellied stove, New Superb, manufactured by Hicks & Wolfe, Troy, New York
RMJ7X2N9–A Mongolian teacher of Buddhism, Mongolia, c. 18th 19th century AD, bronze Linden Museum Stuttgart, Germany DSC03641
RMMC6NFH–History Italy Venice Print depicting Venice in 1338 AD 19th century lithograph of the 14th century manuscript in the Bodleian Oxford
RMP50W1B–Classical Mythologi. Theseus slaying Minotaur. Statue 19th century AD. The Garden of the Tulleria (Tuileries). Paris. France. Europe.
RMP1D562–Back of book publishers advert, 19th century
RM2J0TE6Y–A 19th century sketch of the amphitheatre (spectacula) at Pompeii / Pompei (with smoking Vesuvius in the background) as it was at that time. it had was discovered buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of volcanic ash and pumice from when Mount Vesuvius erupted in AD 79. Built around 70 BC, the amphitheatre is one of the earliest Roman stone-built amphitheatres to have survived and is said to have been built using the private funds of Gaius Quinctius Valgus and Marcus Porcius. It was damaged by an earthquake in 62 AD but was restored by a magistrate Cuspius Pansa and his son.
RMD9895G–Rock crystal skull. Late 19th century AD. Human skull hardstone carvings made from clear or milky quartz rock. Claimed to be pre-Columbian in origin.
RM2A2RE5M–Bois de Boulogne, doors grids benches, Illustration of the benches, entrances and grille of the 19th century Boulogne Park, signed; Ad., Fath Del, J. Rotschild, Éditeur; J. Sulpis Sc, Fig. 4, p. 27, Fath, Ad. (del.); Rotschild, J. (ed.); Sulpis, J. (sc.), Adolphe Alphand: Les promenades de Paris [...]. Planches. Paris: par J. Rothschild, 1867
RMJ1EG54–Oduduwa mask 18th -19th century AD, Benin Nigeria Africa
RM2BDYETR–Ad for Harness' Electropathic Belts, c.1892
RM2K2JXW3–Ceremonial crown; gold alloy; from the Island of Nias, off the west coast of north-central Sumatra, Indonesia. late 19th Century AD
RMCWB82J–The singing comedian, Andrew Mack in the greatest of Irish plays, Myles Aroon . Color lithograph ca. 1895
RMFMCTW1–Sri Lanka, Western Province, Colombo, National Museum, recumbent Buddha, 18th - 19th century AD, brass, length 98,5 cm, height
RMRBX4GG–Basin of the chained cheetah,19th century AD, Bardo National Museum, Tunis, Tunisia, Africa
RM2K0YFEY–Vintage 19th Century poster, Sarah Bernhardt (La Diaphane) by Jules Chéret, 1898
RMMP3D4E–Français : Ruines du 'Palais Gallien'. English: Ruins of the 'Gallien Palace'. . Français : Amphithéâtre antique de Bordeaux. English: The 'Gallien Palace' was an ancient amphitheatre in Bordeaux. . 19th century AD.. 878 Maxime Lalanne, Ruines du palais Gallien (19th century)
RM2BWFP61–Vintage 19th century photograph - The Obelisk of Theodosius is the Ancient Egyptian obelisk of Pharaoh Thutmose III re-erected in the Hippodrome of Constantinople by the Roman emperor Theodosius I in the 4th century AD.
RM2A6MMJT–19th Century industrial glassblowing is a glassforming technique that involves inflating molten glass into a bubble (or parison) with the aid of a blowpipe (or blow tube). A person who blows glass is called a glassblower, glassmith, or gaffer. A lampworker (often also called a glassblower or glassworker) manipulates glass with the use of a torch on a smaller scale.
RMWA5GY8–Dish, Fez, Morocco, 19th century AD, glazed ceramic
RF2J4EB2G–19th century ad for Every Ginita Cigar A Good Reason for Another, C. B. Perkins, Co. Boston. Lithograph by Pearson-Meade
RMJ7X0HT–Book binding, Iran, 19th century AD, leather, paper, colour, gold Aga Khan Museum Toronto, Canada DSC07037
RMMBD4TE–SAINTS - JOHN THE EVANGELIST St. John - 19th century lithographic copy of a page from the Lindisfarne Gospels (circa 720 AD).
RMP50T9C–Classical Mythologi. Theseus slaying Minotaur. Statue 19th century AD. The Garden of the Tulleria (Tuileries). Paris. France. Europe.
RMP1D55Y–Back of book publishers advert, 19th century
RM2B01CA0–Bhutan: A Buddhist mandala from Seula Gompa, Punakha, 19th century. A mandala is a geometric configuration of symbols, used for focusing the attention of practitioners and adepts, and as a spiritual guidance tool. In Buddhism it is also used as a map to represent deities. It is estimated that between two thirds and three quarters of the Bhutanese population follow Vajrayana Buddhism, which is also the state religion. About one quarter to one third are followers of Hinduism. Buddhism was introduced to Bhutan in the 7th century AD.
RMD9895R–Rock crystal skull. Late 19th century AD. Human skull hardstone carvings made from clear or milky quartz rock. Claimed to be pre-Columbian in origin.
RM2A2TA8M–Mandan Chef, Illustration of an Indian chief of the Mandanstamm from the 19th century, signed: Ch. Bodmer ad nat pinx, J. Honegger, Lith, N ° 38, after p. 175, Bodmer, Ch. (pinx.); Honegger, J. (lith.), 1845, Heinrich Rudolf Schinz: Naturgeschichte und Abbildungen des Menschen der verschiedenen Rassen und Stämme nach den neuesten Entdeckungen und vorzüglichsten Originalien. Zürich: lithographirt und herausgegeben von der Honeggerschen Lithographischen Anstalt, 1845
RMJ1EG4F–Ewua dignitaries 18th -19th century AD, Benin, Nigeria , Africa African
RM2BDYEYY–Ad for Harness' Electropathic Belts, c.1892
RMTXH1WC–Advertisement for Pattison's Scotch Whisky. From 'The Graphic', London, 1898. Engraving.
RMCWB909–Vitascope, an early motion picture projector, circa 1896.
RMDE15AG–fashion, ancient world, Germania, women's clothing, circa 150 AD, wood engraving, 19th century, 2nd century, 19th century, graphic, graphics, Germanic, clothes, outfit, outfits, dress, dresses, full length, standing, ladies' fashion, women's clothing, fashion for women, ancient world, ancient times, historic, historical, woman, women, female, people, ancient world, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RM2KFTE34–A Late 19th century engraved portrait of Trajan known as Caesar Nerva Traianus; (53 – 117 AD ) He served as Roman emperor from 98 to 117 and was declared optimus princeps ('the best ruler') by the Roman Senate. He was actually was born in Italica, close to -modern Seville in present-day Spain and ruled under the name Imperator Caesar Nerva Traianus Augustus -- ritratto inciso di Traiano noto come Cesare Nerva Traiano; (53 – 117 d.C.) Imperatore romano (optimus princeps) Nato a Italica, vicino alla moderna Siviglia, in Spagna
RM2GCTCAA–Vintage, 19th Century, Moulin Rouge, Paris, France, Cabaret advertisement, lithographic poster print 1896-1897
RMMN0ABR–. Inneres eines Schafstalles, Öl auf Holz. 14 x 29,5 cm. Links unten signiert. . 19th century. „Ad. Novey“ Ad Novey Schafstall
RM2E2A7XP–Vintage 19th century photograph: street in Jerusalem, Holy Land, Palestine, modern Israel, with the house of St Veronica. Saint Veronica, also known as Berenike, was a woman from Jerusalem who lived in the 1st century AD, according to extra-biblical Christian sacred tradition.
RM2A6MM90–The 19th Century power loom is a mechanised loom, and one of the key developments in the industrialization of weaving during the early Industrial Revolution. The first power loom was designed in 1784 by Edmund Cartwright and first built in 1785. It was refined over the next 47 years until a design by Kenworthy and Bullough made the operation completely automatic. By 1850 there were 260,000 power looms in operation in England. Fifty years later came the Northrop loom which replenished the shuttle when it was empty. This replaced the Lancashire loom.
RM2A472RP–Fathali Shah Qajar, artist unknown, Iran, Tehran, early 19th century AD, oil on canvas
RF2JF5JDA–19th century ad for Minneapolis Brewing Cos. Bock Beer
RMJ8G3D7–Fathali Shah Qajar, artist unknown, Iran, Tehran, early 19th century AD, oil on canvas Aga Khan Museum Toronto, Canada DSC07113
RF2HK5B93–Inspired by Pompey's Pillar in Alexandria, Albumen silver photograph, mid-19th century, image/sheet: 7 3/4 x 10 1/4 in., 19.7 x 26 cm, 19th Century, 297 AD, Albumen Silver Photograph, Alexandria, Aswan Granite, Black and White, column, corinthian, Egypt, Emperor Diocletian, Roman Period, Roman, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMP4XM7R–Classical Mythologi. Theseus slaying Minotaur. Statue 19th century AD. The Garden of the Tulleria (Tuileries). Paris. France. Europe.
RMCP8K98–Historical map from the 19th Century, world map according to Strabon or Strabo, circa 63 BC - 23 AD, an ancient Greek historian
RM2B01A7A–China: Confucius (551– 479 BCE), celebrated Chinese philosopher of the Spring and Autumn Period. Illustration, c. 19th century. The philosophy of Confucius (Kong Zi, K'ung-tzu, K'ung-fu-tzu) emphasises personal and governmental morality, correctness of social relationships, justice and sincerity. These values gained prominence in China during the Han Dynasty (206 BC – 220 AD). Confucius' thoughts have been developed into a system of philosophy known as Confucianism. It was introduced to Europe by the Italian Jesuit Matteo Ricci, who was the first to Latinise the name as 'Confucius'.
RMD9895K–Rock crystal skull. Late 19th century AD. Human skull hardstone carvings made from clear or milky quartz rock. Claimed to be pre-Columbian in origin.
RM2HB2CXJ–Pompey's Pillar in Alexandria, Albumen silver photograph, mid-19th century, image/sheet: 7 3/4 x 10 1/4 in., 19.7 x 26 cm, 19th Century, 297 AD, Albumen Silver Photograph, Alexandria, Aswan Granite, Black and White, column, corinthian, Egypt, Emperor Diocletian, Roman Period, Roman Victory Column, W. Hammerschmidt
RMJ1EFH9–Ofoe vessel 18th - 19th century AD from Benin, Nigeria Africa African (bronze)
RM2DCD4Y8–Ad Deir, Petra, Jordan, 1839
RMMFNPPN–Paris Commune 26 March-28 May 1871. The Bloody Week: Execution of hostages by the Commune. Mgr Darboy, Archbishop of Paris, and 5 other hostages shot in the prison of la Roquette on the orders of Theophile Ferre, 24 May. Chromolithograph.
RMCWB6XT–Pullman cars - interior of a dining car on the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Dayton R.R. Color lithograph, 1894
RMBBNF95–Thusnelda, circa 10 BC - 17 AD, wife of Arminius, captured by the Romans, wood engraving, 19th century, ,
RMT082B1–Spain. Extremadura. Alcantara Bridge. Roman Bridge. It was bilt over Thagus river between 104-106 AD by order of the emperor Trajan. The missing arch was demolished in 1809 and rebuilt in 1860. Engraving. Cronica General de España, Historia Ilustrada y Descriptiva de sus Provincias. Extremadura, 1870.
RM2GFJXWE–Palais de Glace, Champs-Elysees, vintage 19th Century poster for the Parisian ice skating rink, artwork by Jules Chéret, 1894-1895
RMMMKTKP–. Ritual grade statue Ritual grade statue-71.1938.42.8. 19th century AD before 1850. Homme bleu - Pavillon des Sessions - 71.1938.42.8
RM2E2A78J–Vintage 19th century photograph: Pompey's Pillar is the name given to a Roman triumphal column in Alexandria, Egypt. Set up in honour of the augustus Diocletian between 298-302 AD, the giant Corinthian column originally supported a colossal porphyry statue of the emperor in armour. Image c.1890 by the Bonfils studio shows the surrounding cemetery.
RM2BE3WDC–Masked Parisians at the carnival in the city of Paris in France. It occurs after the Feast of Fools and has been held since the sixteenth century or earlier, with a long 20th century interregnum.
RM2C53GWJ–Incense burner with flower handles and paired lions knob, China, Qing dynasty, 18th-19th century AD, white jade
RF2JG1NTW–19th century ad for Danner’s Original Revolving Book-Cases, The Best in the World
RMJ7X0J0–Book binding of Zad al Ma'ad, Iran, 19th century AD, papier mache, oil, paint, gold, lacquer Aga Khan Museum Toronto, Canada DSC07039
RF2HK5B7J–Inspired by Mosque Mausoleum Complex of Barkuk, Cairo, Albumen silver photograph, mid-19th century, image/sheet: 7 3/4 x 10 1/4 in., 19.7 x 26 cm, 1400 AD, 19th Century, Albumen Silver Photograph, Architecture, Black and White, Cairo, Camels, Domes, Egypt, Egyption, Islam, Khanqah, Madrasa, Mamluk, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RM2JBR1W8–A late 19th century portrait of (Caius or Guius) Caesar Augustus Germanicus (12 AD -41 AD), nicknamed Caligula. He was born Gaius Julius Caesar but acquired the nickname Caligula meaning little caliga, ( a type of military boot) from those he wore when encountered by his father's soldiers during their campaign in Germania. His parents were Germanicus and Agrippina the Elder. He died by assassination in a joint conspiracy by Praetorian Guard officers, senators, and courtiers
RMCP8K94–Historical map from the 19th Century, world map by Claudius Ptolemy, circa 100-180 AD, a Greek mathematician, geographer, astron
RMD9895N–Rock crystal skull. Late 19th century AD. Human skull hardstone carvings made from clear or milky quartz rock. Claimed to be pre-Columbian in origin.
RM2HB2CXM–Mosque Mausoleum Complex of Barkuk, Cairo, Albumen silver photograph, mid-19th century, image/sheet: 7 3/4 x 10 1/4 in., 19.7 x 26 cm, 1400 AD, 19th Century, Albumen Silver Photograph, Architecture, Black and White, Cairo, Camels, Domes, Egypt, Egyption, Islam, Khanqah, Madrasa, Mamluk, Mausoleum, Minaret, Mosque, Northern Cemetery, Pointed Arches, religious architecture, Sufi, Sultan Al-Nasir Faraj, Sultan Barquq, W. Hammerschmidt
RMJ1EG50–Commemorative head of a dignitary carrier 18th -19th century AD Benin Nigeria Africa
RM2F61E58–Ad Deir, Petra, Jordan, 1839
RMMFNNGK–Late 19th century glass factory. In the centre a worker is making a cylinder of glass which will be flattened and formed into a sheet, mainly used for window. Liebig trade card c1900.
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