RF2BC0185–Winston Churchill appointed Ecclesiastical Commissioner for England in March 1911. Leaving Buckingham Palace, 2nd March 1911
RMG15TFH–Coat of arms (three bees) for Francesco Barberini an Italian Catholic Cardinal. Ecclesiastical heraldry is the tradition of heraldry developed by Christian clergy. Initially used to mark documents, ecclesiastical heraldry evolved as a system for identifyi
RMG3BR52–The Ecclesiastical Council at Rome. Date: January 1870
RMG8ANN3–Abbey Treasures Exhibition - Westminster Abbey, London. Ecclesiastical capes on displays at 'The Abbey Treasures' exhibition at Westminster Abbey.
RMFFXMA4–SINGER, 17th CENTURY. /nPortrait of an ecclesiastical singer holding a music manuscript. Painting by Francisco Pacheco, early or mid 17th century.
RMERGXAN–'Ecclesiastical Polity' by Richard Hooker. Title page. RH: Anglican priest and an influential theologian, March 1554 –3
RF2HJRR0G–One of Lemberg's numerous ecclesiastical buildings. Ukraine (1923)
RMTTX6K5–ecclesiastical procession of the different on 11th October 1833 on the Haide von Medole rejoin Imperial and Royal Austrian troop corps, parade of the troops and camp service. under the image field double-headed eagle with flags, therein text of the emperor's hymn and information to the troop formation and person involved person (Viceroy Archduke Rainer of Austria etc.), aquatint by Ferdinand Arrigoni and Giuseppe Bramati, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMP9GMHH–Cesar Borgia (1475-1507), ecclesiastical and political, engraving of Spanish and American Illustr…
RMKC6470–RICHARD HOOKER (1554-1600) English Church of England theologian. Frontespice of the 1666 edition of his 'Of the Lawes of Ecclesiastical Politie' of whuich the first volume was published in 1594
RMD06ANG–Francisco Armanya Font (1718-1803). Ecclesiastical and theologian. Engraving.
RFRW0N7B–The illustration shown here depicts the ecclesiastical cap worn by bishops and cardinals for funeral solemnities. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMTXH2HN–Johan Joseph Ignaz von Dollinger or Doellinger (1799-1890), German Roman Catholic theologian, ordained in 1822. Professor of church history and ecclesiastical law, Munich University. He opposed the idea of papal infallibility and refused to accept it when the Vatican Council pronounced it to be a doctrine in 1870. In 1871 he was defrocked and excommunicated. The German 'Old Catholics' looked on him as a leader, a role he rejected. From 'The Modern Portrait Gallery' (London, c1880). Tinted lithograph.
RME606D4–Ecclesiastical rite of tonsure, 15th century.
RMA6X675–Ecclesiastical Bracket or Corbel. Suffolk, England, late 15th century.
RMCWFENJ–A new map of Ireland : civil and ecclesiastical, circa 1797
RMMC8670–CHRISTIAN Russian and Imperial Ecclesiastical Costume, from a lithographic print based on an Orthodox icon of the 17th century. From J R Planche, 'A Cyclopaedia of Costume, 1876
RMARM2NN–The ecclesiastical throne, from the tomb of the pharaoh Tutankhamun
RME149D8–Apr. 17, 2012 - Bible Parchments and ecclesiastical books of the 8th and 12th centuries.
RM2DJA6FT–Engraving of Pastor Olaf at the 1593 ecclesiastical conference of the Lutheran Church of Sweden. llustration from 'The history of Protestantism' by James Aitken Wylie (1808-1890), pub. 1878
RMMMB26H–The ecclesiastical council called by Archbishop of Canterbury Dunstan, Circa 960 AD
RMG39HDN–Ecclesiastical habits, priests singing and making music Date: 8th century
RM2HMP31D–Architecture - A 19th century illustration of a Dripstone or Weather Moulding (called a Label when square moulding was used.) Used particularly in British (and foreign) ecclesiastical buildings.
RMFFWG55–ECCLESIASTICAL CUFFS. /nPair of Russian Orthodox ecclesiastical cuffs made of red velvet, satin, pearls, gilt thread, silver and embroidery, made in Moscow, 1650-1699.
RMERGBMW–Egfrid, King of Northumbria, and an ecclesiastical synod offering the Bishopric of Hexham to St. Cuthbert. Egfrid was king from
RF2HJPNRY–Beautiful example of Bukarest's Ecclesiastical Architecture. Romania. Bucharest (1923)
RMHT0WDY–Drawing of ecclesiastical architecture, c1472-c1519 (1883). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
RMHCGD1K–Ecclesiastical carpenter Richard Pike adds 1,000 fairy lights to the 30 foot Christmas tree inside Salisbury Cathedral, where the Norway Spruce has been delivered from Cranborne Estate, Dorset, in time for the many Christmas services over the festive period.
RMD1YKKJ–Francisco Armanya Font (1718-1803). Ecclesiastical and theologian. Colored engraving.
RF2AE2WW3–The image here features Ecclesiastical Costume. It shows a Cardinal’s hat at the end of the 16th century. The illustration dates to 1882.
RF2HDJE60–ecclesiastical architecture, cathedral of évora, ecclesiastical architectures, gothic architecture
RMFDKC45–A.W.N. Pugin, The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England (London, 1843), at Chirk Castle, Wrexham.
RMA6Y0EE–Ecclesiastical burse by A W N Pugin. London, England, mid 19th century.
RMB14WFC–The Ecclesiastical Hierarchy with the political authority by which it is supported.
RMRY2BWE–Ecclesiastical Embroidery (Epigonation
RM2GWCHJF–'L'Irlande divisée par provinces civiles et ecclesiastiques.' Translation: Ireland divided into civil and ecclesiastical provinces, Published 1766, by Louis Brion de la Tour, (circa 1743-1803), an 18th-century French geographer and demographer.
RME13XE6–Mar. 27, 2012 - Bible parchments and ecclesiastical books of the 8th and 12th centuries.
RM2HHNEB7–Full Length Portrait of Saint Thomas the Apostlme with Tonsure & Ecclesiastical Clothing. Chromolithograph 1887 Ed. of Butler's Lives of the Saints.
RMG39HDR–Ecclesiastical habits, a pilgrim at the door of a monastery Date: 12th century
RMFBMF62–Ecclesiastical Art In Santa Catalina Convent in Arequipa, Peru
RMFFRRC5–ECCLESIASTICAL PROPERTY. /n'The burial of the very high, very powerful Sir Clergyman, who died in the National Assembly, 3 November 1789.' English cartoon, 1889, reprinted in France, commenting on the nationalization of ecclesiastical property during the
RMERGK18–Pope Boniface VIII in consistory (ecclesiastical council), early 14th century. Born Benedetto Gaetani, Pope of the Catholic
RF2HJPMAP–Church of Sao Pedro, one of Bahia's many Ecclesiastical buildings. Brazil (1923)
RMB410H8–Luther, Martin, 10.11.1483 - 18.2.1546, German theologian and ecclesiastical reformer, full length, woodcut ,
RMHT0WE1–Drawing of ecclesiastical architecture, c1472-c1519 (1883). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
RMR7NWJ6–Salisbury Cathedral's ecclesiastical joiner, Richard Pike decorates the 34ft Norway Spruce Christmas tree, felled at the Longleat Estate, as the final trimmings, including 1000 LED lights, glass baubles and ice droplets, are placed on the tree, which stands in front of the West window.
RM2FWGYC1–Juan Alvarez de Mendizábal (1790-1853). Spanish politician and financier who had great importance in the Spanish Liberal Revolution. He was appointed Minister of Finance in July 1835 by the Count of Toreno, a role in which he promoted the ecclesiastical confiscations. Portrait. Engraving. Historia General de España by Father Mariana. Madrid, 1853.
RF2AE2T8X–Shown in this image are a variety of ecclesiastical costumes related to the Christian Church. They are, from left to right: chausable from the 10th century, chausable from 11th century, chausable from 14th century, chausable from 15th century, chausable from 1880s. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMDE1104–Aerial view, Old Tower, the oldest ecclesiastical building in the Saarland
RMKHKP97–Aerial view of Wells Cathedral and ecclesiastical buildings, picture by Central Aerophoto Company, Limited, Somerset, England, July, 1922.
RFM0B3JG–The mocking song on the interim, Latin meanwhile, is the term for a provisional settlement of ecclesiastical or political conditions, digital improved reproduction of an original print from 1880
RMK5A55K–Antonio de Solis y Rivadeneyra (1610-1686). Spanih writer, ecclesiastical and political. Engraving.
RMRY2BWD–Ecclesiastical Embroidery (Epigonation
RMGFW7P8–19th Century view of the City Armagh, county town of County Armagh in Northern Ireland, as well as a civil parish. It is the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland – the seat of the Archbishops of Armagh, the Primates of All Ireland for both the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Ireland.
RME13XE5–Mar. 27, 2012 - Bible parchments and ecclesiastical books of the 8th and 12th centuries.
RMFDKC4D–Binding of A.W.N. Pugin, The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England (London, 1843), at Chirk Castle, Wrexham.
RMG1G330–The Guildhall medieval ecclesiastical building (Greyfriars Church or Chapel) in Priory Park, Chichester, West Sussex, England, UK.
RMG37P3M–Cesare Baronio, an Italian ecclesiastical historian writing with a quill. Date: circa 1600
RMFBMF65–Ecclesiastical Art Of Angels In Santa Catalina Convent in Arequipa, Peru
RMFFAMPF–TERTULLIAN (c160-c230). /nLatin ecclesiastical writer. Line engraving, 1584.
RMCMX68P–Italian Ecclesiastical gowns / robes in a makers shop window
RF2HJRBMF–Plaza de Toros and the towers and domes of Lima's many ecclesiastical buildings. Peru (1923)
RMBBNGYX–Luther, Martin, 10.11.1483 - 18.2.1546, German theologian, ecclesiastical reformer, before the papal legate Thomas ,
RMHT0WDK–Drawing of ecclesiastical architecture, c1472-c1519 (1883). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
RMR7NWGF–Salisbury Cathedral's ecclesiastical joiner, Richard Pike decorates the 34ft Norway Spruce Christmas tree, felled at the Longleat Estate, as the final trimmings, including 1000 LED lights, glass baubles and ice droplets, are placed on the tree, which stands in front of the West window.
RME8JF29–Catholic mass. Ecclesiastical ring.
RF2AE2WPP–The images here all feature ecclesiastical Costume, from the 11th century through the 19th century. They are from left to right: the Cappa Magna of a cardinal, short mantle, the pope, the Cappa Magna for a bishop, the Cappa Magna for a cardinal, a cardinal, Cappa Magna of a Bishop. The illustration dates to 1882.
RMBT655B–ecclesiastical council dunstan Dunstan 909 – 19 May 988 Abbot of Glastonbury Abbey, a Bishop of Worcester, a Bishop of London,
RMW58DX8–The ceremonies of some ecclesiastical functions : O'Loan, Daniel
RMRFT7MF–The Arches Court, in St Mary-le-Bow in the City of London, presided over by the Dean of Arches, is an ecclesiastical court of the Church of England covering the Province of Canterbury. The judge of the Arches court was until 1874 appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury for the life of the holder. But by the Public Worship Regulation Act 1874 the two archbishops were empowered to appoint a practising barrister or judge as described above.
RME0R51T–Mar. 03, 1958 - The ecclesiastical wedding; of the couple Christiane Botsh and the Canadian millionaire Harry Philip Oakes was celebrated on Saturday, 22-3-1958, at Hamburg Othmarschen. Photo Shows From Left to right the bride father Butcher Botsch, the bride Christiane Botsch and the bride groom Harry Philip Oakes.
RMFDKC44–A.W.N. Pugin, The Present State of Ecclesiastical Architecture in England (London, 1843), title-page, at Chirk Castle, Wrexham.
RF2HKA7F4–Inspired by Designs for ecclesiastical attributes, draughtsman: Firma Feuchère, Paris, c. 1830 - c. 1850, tracing paper, graphite (mineral), height 205 mm × width 291 mm, 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
RMG39HDP–Ecclesiastical habits, a pilgrim, a nun and a monk - two of them carrying their beads, for this is before the Reformation Date: 15th century
RMDH7CBH–An ecclesiastical wooden carving UK
RMFF76KD–TERTULLIAN (160?-230? A.D.). /nLatin ecclesiastical writer. Color French engraving, 1584.
RMCMX664–Italian Ecclesiastical gowns / robes in a makers shop window
RFMHPJCP–ENGLISH HERALDIC SEALS. Specimen seals of Ecclesiastical Dignitaries 1907
RMB3YPB3–Luther, Martin, 10.11.1483 - 18.2.1546, German theologian, ecclesiastical reformer, half length, as Augustinian monk,
RMHT0WE4–Four drawings of ecclesiastical architecture, c1472-c1519 (1883). Artist: Leonardo da Vinci.
RMR7NWG0–Salisbury Cathedral's ecclesiastical joiner, Richard Pike decorates the 34ft Norway Spruce Christmas tree, felled at the Longleat Estate, as the final trimmings, including 1000 LED lights, glass baubles and ice droplets, are placed on the tree, which stands in front of the West window.
RFJH0R9M–Catholic mass. Bishop. Ecclesiastical ring. France.
RF2AE2T6W–Shown in this image are a variety of ecclesiastical costumes related to the Christian Church. They are, from left to right, top to bottom: chausable from the 10th century, chausable from 11th century, chausable from 14th century, chausable from 15th century, chausable from 1880s, chausable from 11th century, dalmatic from 15th century, tunic from 12th century, alb from 14th century, humeral veil (usage began in 11th century). The illustration dates to 1882.
RFFY9NY6–ecclesiastical court concept with gavel. 3D rendering
RM2G6FFWN–Plate with (Effaced) Arms of an Ecclesiastical Patron - About 1575/1600 - Italian, Castelli. Tin-glazed earthenware with polychrome enamels and
RFJAA6RC–church, ecclesiastical, church-door, churchgoing, church choir, gothic, river,
RMPR256Y–Ecclesiastical complex. 1898, Middle East, Israel and/or Palestine
RM2A6MXG5–Richard Hunne was an English merchant tailor in the City of London during the early years of the reign of Henry VIII. After a dispute with his priest over his infant son's funeral, Hunne sought to use the English common law courts to challenge the church's authority. In response, church officials arrested him for trial in an ecclesiastical court on the capital charge of heresy. In December 1514, while awaiting trial, Hunne was found dead in his cell, and murder by church officials was suspected. His death caused widespread anger against the clergy, and months of political and religious turmoi
RFE88G0N–Close up of antique ecclesiastical statue
RMAT2CC6–Carving on a corbel depicting an ecclesiastical figure.
RF2HTYJJ6–Art inspired by Ecclesiastical Figure, 15th century, Made in Burgundy, French, Sandstone, H: 31 1/2' (80 cm), Sculpture-Stone, Classic works modernized by Artotop with a splash of modernity. Shapes, color and value, eye-catching visual impact on art. Emotions through freedom of artworks in a contemporary way. A timeless message pursuing a wildly creative new direction. Artists turning to the digital medium and creating the Artotop NFT
RMG3D2JE–Ecclesiastical suspensions, coronae, brackets and other church lamps, for burning petroleum, paraffin or kerosene, Plate 168. Date: circa 1880s
RMG1PYWH–Croft Design Ecclesiastical Outfitters shop in Much wenlock, Shropshire
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