RMK6WFN5–CERONE, Pedro - El Melopeo y Maestro 16th/17thC Spanish Composer. Contemporary of VICTORIA Titlepage
RMRKDTGE–Emperor Pedro II of Brazil visiting victims of cholera with ministers of State, 1855. François-René Moreau, 1867
RM2MD2HX9–The Last of Us (TV series), starring Pedro Pascal as Joel, Bella Ramsey as Ellie
RMK05KGM–PEDRO THE CRUEL KILLED
RMHGJ6RD–Pedro Cajete, Pueblo - 1898 Indian Congress - Photo : Frank A. Rinehart
RMG6TDGD–Irish Minister for Agriculture And Food, Joe Walsh (left) meets with Pedro Rodriquez Zaragoza, the Canary Islands Minister for Agriculture, at the Department of Agriculture and Food in Dublin.
RM2GCMM9F–Ceifa by Pedro Weingärtner (1853-1929), oil on canvas, 1907
RMF2PC20–Pedro Rodriguez in his BRM 1971
RMETYXXN–PEDRO DONCKER, IMO 8136154, Noordzeekanaal, Port of Amsterdam, pic3
RM2BX0CGY–Francisco Goya, Friar Pedro shoots El Maragato as his horse runs off, painting, circa 1806
RM2B01ABX–Portugal: Nautical chart wind rose by Portuguese cartographer Pedro Reinel (fl. 1485-1540), 1504. Replica by Joaquim Alves Gaspar (CC BY-SA 3.0 License). A compass rose is a figure on a map, a nautical chart or sometimes a paving stone or wall, used to display the orientation of the cardinal directions: north, south, east, and west. It is also the term for the graduated markings found on traditional magnetic compasses. Today, the idea of a compass rose features in almost all navigational systems. Early forms of the compass rose were known as wind roses.
RMC8WB3B–Pedro Machuca, ? - 1550. Spanish painter and architect.
RMF4PWJT–Harry Carey Jr., Pedro Armendariz and John Wayne / 3 Godfathers / 1948 directed by John Ford [Argosy Pictures / Metro-Goldwyn-]
RM2D7HEYK–Portrait of Pedro Mocarte, a Singer of the Cathedral of Toledo, Francisco Goya, circa 1805-1806, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Manhattan, New York City,
RM2B9FFR8–THE MANDALORIAN (2019>) Lucasfilm/Disney Media TV series with Pedro Pascal
RMWH8F22–Don Pedro Rodinguez 1765.
RMK467EJ–Traditional pottery of São Pedro do Corval. Alentejo, Portugal
RMD67ARA–Lisbon, Portugal. Column of Pedro IV in the Rossio Square or Pedro IV Square.
RMEMJJAM–Pedro Armendariz on-set of the Film 'Captain Sinbad', 1963
RMBGHBFN–Lisbon. Portugal. Praça Dom Pedro IV, Rossio, looking towards Convento do Carmo.
RM2B727FJ–Battle of Najera or the Battle of Navarette with John of Gaunt, the Black Prince, and Pedro the Cruel allied (to the left of the image) against Henry II of Castile and the French.
RMBH6AHY–View over roofs and down streets to Rossio square and monument Dom Pedro IV, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe.
RMK05KMN–CIVIL WAR/DOM PEDRO
RMB8FM2M–aerial above Maersk container ship entering Pedro Miguel locks Panama Canal
RMGA7PHC–West Bromwich Albion's Pedro Pele and Preston North End's Darren Carter during the Coca-Cola Football League Championship match at The Hawthorns, West Bromwich.
RM2GHXHWM–The Sacrifice of Isaac by the Spanish baroque artist, Pedro de Orrente (1580-1645), oil on canvas, c. 1616
RMF2PC1T–Pedro Rodriguez in his BRM 1971
RMETYXXJ–PEDRO DONCKER, IMO 8136154, Noordzeekanaal, Port of Amsterdam, pic1
RM2HEYR0K–Pedro Figari painting, Off for the Honeymoon (Yendo a la luna de miel), 1918-1925
RMAHY35J–fine arts, Mena, Pedro de (1628 - 188), sculpture, 'La Dolorosa', Monasterio de las descalzas reales, Madrid, Spain, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMC8WB1H–Pedro Perez. After a medallion inlaid in the facade of the Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.
RM2AAF4M8–11th August 2018. Pedro Soltani the Bird-Man from Glenties with a Golden Eagle in Glenties, County Donegal, Ireland. Founder member of Raptor Rescue Ireland.
RMPK23R8–Friar Pedro Offers Shoes to El Maragato and Prepares to Push Aside His Gun, Francisco Goya, circa 1806, Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois,
RM2DTXCF1–PEDRO CALDERÓN de la BARCA (1600-1681) Spanish playwright, poet and writer
RMRP61D8–Bronze statue of King Pedro IV of Portugal by French sculptor Élias Robert (1874) topping the Monument to King Pedro IV designed by French architect Gabriel Davioud in Rossio Square (Praça do Rossio) in Lisbon, Portugal.
RMKEXND4–São Pedro de Alcântara belvedere and garden, Lisbon. Portugal
RMWH8W9P–Pedro de Alvarado y Contreras (also known as Don Pedro de Alvarado) (c.1495-1541) was a Spanish conquistador, known for his skill as a soldier and cruelty to native populations. He was left in command of the Spanish force in Tenochtitlan. Date created early 17th century. The Conquistadors by Hammond Innes, page 160.
RM2GGXH2G–Chilean tennis chair umpire Pedro Bravo, 1990s
RMB0AGFK–Lisbon Portugal Praça Dom Pedro IV Rossio looking towards Elevador de Santa Justa
RM2H7R6H6–Battle of Najera or the Battle of Navarette with John of Gaunt, the Black Prince, and Pedro the Cruel allied (to the left of the image) against Henry II of Castile and the French.
RMBH6APR–View over roofs and down streets to Rossio square and monument Dom Pedro IV, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe.
RMMHP3AR–Praca Dom Pedro IV, Lisbon, Portugal
RM2DF7KFE–Biblioteca Publica Pedro Salinas. Madrid city, Spain.
RMGA4T88–Eddie Irvine and Pedro De La Rosa at the launch of the 2002 Jaguar R3 car at the team's factory
RM2H7JAM1–Goya. Friar Pedro Shoots El Maragato as His Horse Runs Off by Francisco José de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), 1806
RMF2PC1F–Pedro Rodriguez in his BRM 1971
RMETYXXM–PEDRO DONCKER, IMO 8136154, Noordzeekanaal, Port of Amsterdam, pic2
RM2FMXCTX–Dom Pedro II (1825–1891), was the second and last Emperor of the Empire of Brazil, portrait photograph by Brady-Handy Photography, 1876
RMM4J7A3–Pieta 1480 by Pedro Berruguete 1450-1504 , Spain, Spanish
RMC578PB–Pedro Sáenz Sáenz, 1863 - 1927. Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood Spanish painter, here seen in his Malaga studio.
RMJC32WA–Pedro II of Brazil (1825-1891), the Magnanimous. Second and last ruler of the Empire of Brazil. Portrait. Engraving.
RMCB8DNH–Friar Pedro Machado, by Francisco de Zurbaran, circa 1630, Museo de la Real Academia de Bellas Artes de, Royal Academy of, San F
RM2DTXCEW–PEDRO CALDERÓN de la BARCA (1600-1681) Spanish playwright, poet and writer
RMRP61GH–Portuguese chronicler Gomes Eanes de Zurara, Portuguese explorer Pêro da Covilhã, Portuguese cartographer Jácome de Maiorca (Jehuda Cresques), Portuguese navigator Pêro Escobar, Portuguese mathematician Pedro Nunes (depicted with a globe), Portuguese navigator Gil Eanes (depicted with the astrolabe), Portuguese explorer Pêro de Alenquer (depicted in the background) and Portuguese explorer João Gonçalves Zarco (depicted from left to right) on the Monument of the Discoveries (Padrão dos Descobrimentos) designed by Portuguese sculptor Leopoldo de Almeida (1960) on the bank of the Tagus River in B
RMKEXND3–São Pedro de Alcântara belvedere and garden, Lisbon. Portugal
RMC4TPN7–Europe, Portugal, Lisbon, Pedro IV Monument in Rossio Square and National Theatre
RM2GGXH47–Chilean tennis chair umpire Pedro Bravo, 1990s
RMB0AKBA–Lisbon Portugal Praça Dom Pedro IV Rossio
RM2J2JGHP–Queen Maria II of Portugal, eldest daughter of Pedro I of Brazil and sister of Pedro II, wearing the Grand Cross of the Imperial Order of the Cross and other orders - Thomas Lawrence, 1829
RMBH6ATT–View over roofs and down streets to Rossio square and monument Dom Pedro IV, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe.
RMTWB4FN–Pedro, a Navajo Indian from North Arizona, USA
RM2DF7CT2–Ledesma, alhondiga del Obispo Pedro del Campo (warehouse). Salamanca province, Castilla y Leon, Spain.
RMGA4T87–Eddie Irvine and Pedro De La Rosa at the launch of the 2002 Jaguar R3 car at the team's factory
RM2H92E61–Dom Pedro II of Brazil, portrait by Victor Meirelles (1832-1903), oil on canvas, 1864. Pedro II was the second and last ruler of the Empire of Brazil.
RMF2PC21–Pedro Rodriguez in his BRM 1971
RMETYXXP–PEDRO DONCKER, IMO 8136154, Noordzeekanaal, Port of Amsterdam, pic4
RM2CD80J3–King Pedro IV of Portugal, Emperor Dom Pedro I of Brazil (1798-1834), portrait painting after John Simpson, circa 1835
RMM4J785–Pieta 1480 by Pedro Berruguete 1450-1504 , Spain, Spanish
RM2H652NG–Lisbon, Portugal. Praca Dom Pedro IV, commonly known as Rossio. The white building is the National Theatre, Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II. The colum
RMK238M2–Pedro II of Brazil (1825-1891), the Magnanimous. Second and last ruler of the Empire of Brazil. Portrait. Engraving. Colored.
RFMNHME6–5 March 2018: Lisbon, Portugal - Historic Rossio Square, with the Column of Pedro IV, on a sunny day in early spring.
RMA3X93P–geography/travel, Panama, Canal, aircraft carrier USS 'Ranger' entering Pedro Miguel lock, 1939, USA, US Navy, ship, warship, military, Central America, transport, 20th century, ,
RMKEXNWA–São Pedro de Alcântara belvedere and garden, Lisbon. Portugal
RMB57T8G–Statue of singer Don Pedro, San Miguel de Allende (San Miguel), Guanajuato State, Mexico, North America
RM2GGXH25–Chilean tennis chair umpire Pedro Bravo, 1990s
RMB0AJM0–Lisbon Portugal Praça Dom Pedro IV Rossio looking towards Convento do Carmo
RMJ0M42P–Antique 1854 engraving, 'Pedro Santana, First President of the Dominican Republic.' Don Pedro Santana y Familias, 1st Marquis of Las Carreras (1801-1864) was a wealthy cattle rancher, soldier, politician and dictator of the Dominican Republic. SOURCE: ORIGINAL ENGRAVING.
RMDFCWJR–Pedro Lenz, Author, attending the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Thursday 15th August 2013.
RMHH4G0R–Rossio Square, Lisbon, Portugal (Praca de D. Pedro IV)
RM2DF7CT1–Ledesma, alhondiga del Obispo Pedro del Campo (warehouse). Salamanca province, Castilla y Leon, Spain.
RMGA4T8B–Motor Sport - Formula One - Jaguar R3 Car Launch. Eddie Irvine and Pedro De La Rosa at the launch of the 2002 Jaguar R3 car at the team's factory
RM2H207D1–Dom Pedro I of Brazil (Dom Pedro IV of Portugal - 1798-1834) by John Simpson, oil on canvas, 1834. Pedro I was the founder and first ruler of the Empire of Brazil.
RMF2PC1G–Pedro Rodriguez in his BRM 1971
RMDC9GAG–Tombstone of Aragonese Knight Hospitaller Pedro Fernandez de Heredia (†1493, aug. 15th), age 60.
RM2CD80J5–Bedroom of King Pedro IV of Portugal (Emperor Dom Pedro I of Brazil, 1798-1834), in the Palace of Queluz, drawing by Ferdinand le Feubure, 1850
RME4CAPF–Danse nègre - negro dance by Pedro Figari 1861-1938 Uruguay
RM2H652NX–Lisbon, Portugal. Praca Dom Pedro IV, commonly known as Rossio. The white building is the National Theatre, Teatro Nacional Dona Maria II. The colum
RMJH1MH4–Pedro de Valdivia (1497-1553). Spanish conquistador. Engraving by Arturo Carretero (1852-1903). The Almanac of the Illustration, 1879.
RMDT27KE–statue of king Pedro IV Lisbon
RM2B8W8DE–THE MANDALORIAN 2019> Lucasfilm/Disney Media TV series with Pedro Pascal in the title role
RMT3JAXK–A percussion shotgun, Pedro Aranguren in Eibar, dated 1855. Octagonal barrel, becoming round after a cut baluster with a lightly swamped muzzle in 19 mm calibre, and several gold-filled marks and a silver inlaid signature on the breech. Cut percussion lock, the lockplate inscribed 'Aragon'. Dark, typically shaped, half stock with a long belt hook on the left side. Iron and silver furniture. The trigger guard also bears a gold-filled mark. Wooden ramrod with brass tip. Length 101 cm. historic, historical, 19th century, civil long guns, gun, weapon, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RM2FB966G–Sao Pedro de Alcantara belvedere, one of the best view points of the old city of Lisbon. Portugal
RFTRH72P–Igreja de Sao Pedro, Vila Real, Portugal
RM2HC733G–Saint Pedro de Alcantara, painting by Spanish artist, Claudio Coello, Munich 1897
RMB0AGGY–Lisbon Portugal Praça Dom Pedro IV Rossio looking towards Convento do Carmo