RMDHK97X–Wall plate representing a hunting scene 18 - 19 Century Teheran - Tehran Iran Quajar Persia Persian
RF2FKEJ3R–Persian artwork - Ibrahim Adil Shah 11 playing a tambur musical instrument.
RMPPT1YH–Statuette of a Woman; Persia, ?, 8th - 14th century, ?, Ivory; 12.5 cm, 4 15,16 in
RFFJ20GX–Blue tiles - details on architecture in Masjed Jame, Yazd , Iran Persia
RF2F36YG5–Golestan Palace, Tehran. Detail of tiled mural in the interior of the main building
RFBC6A9W–Square minaret at Golestan Palace in Tehran, Iran
RFAXEG79–Iran on an antique map
RFA2JMBX–Masjid-i Masjid e imam Shah, Isfahan, Iran Iranian iwan royal madrasa Persia islam Islamic muslim religion ornate tilework tile
RMDRHNBM–Workmen laying an oil pipeline in Persia
RMC8J4RB–Persepolis, Persia, Iran, Islamic Republic of Iran, Central Asia, West Asia, Fars, Ernst Herzfeld, archaeological site, archaeol
RMBP28YX–2434. BRONZE HELMET, PERSIA, 9 - 8TH. C. B.C.
RMC2HE2N–Persia & Arabia - 1844
RMDDRR51–Darius the Great of Persia conquering rebels. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFB9GXR–Map of The Persian Empire
RMCX638A–1855 Colton Map of Persia, Afghanistan, and Arabia
RMCPM8AX–Bazar in Shiraz in Persia, 1913
RMDT8Y1X–Shah Abbas II of Persia (1633-1668), 1750. Artist: Iranian master
RMGG2C44–Execution of the murderer of the Shah of Persia 1896 Persia
RMCFGKY4–statue of praying with angular features 8-7 Century BC palace of Susa. Apadana Persepolis Darius the Great Persia Persian Iran
RMKF2RRN–REBAB (Arabia/Persia/Egypt) arab man playing rebab. ancient bowed instrument
RF2BDXNPK–Cyrus the Great, King of Persia
RFFJ2132–Iran Persia details on architecture - nice pattern and drawings in mosques in KAshan
RMMKNN70–Map of Persia 1645
RF2F370EH–Ceramic tile artwork in Golestan Palace in Tehran, Qajar period
RMFFC7FK–PERSIA: CALLIGRAPHY. /nPage from a Persian manuscript, early 16th century.
RMG4GMKW–The Shah of Persia, wearing his decorations, after his arrival at Northolt Airport at the start of his visit to London
RMA0WC3R–kara fatima kurdish princess royal regal monarchy Persia Asia horse woman ride stallion guard procession cavalry saddle costume
RMG3ARR3–Map of Persia (Iran) - all place names in their Latin form. The ancient realms of Assyria, Babylonia Date: 1807
RMCF887J–Iran, Iranian, Persia, Persian, Middle East, Middle Eastern, Western Asia, travel, travel, destinations, world locations, City,
RMBP28YW–2434. BRONZE HELMET, PERSIA, 9 - 8TH. C. B.C.
RMT4BNG7–Alexander the Great painting, Charles Le Brun, The Queens of Persia at the feet of Alexander, also called The Tent of Darius, 17th Century
RMA27P6W–Xerxes the Great, king of ancient Persia on his throne. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFF9WP5–SHAH ABBAS I (1557?-1628). /nThe Great, of Persia: stipple engraving, English, 1815.
RMBCYJ1D–Map of Turkey Arabia and Persia 1721
RMC4611Y–The Shah of Persia in St. Petersburg
RMDT8X5F–Shah Abbas II of Persia (1633-1668), 1750. Artist: Iranian master
RMGG2G68–Attack on the Shah of Persia during his visit to France in. 'Le Petit Journal' August 19, 1900
RMCFGKW3–Lion keeper door temple of Inshushinak Middle Elamite 14 cent BC Susa Acropolis mound Susa Darius the Great Persia Persian Iran
RMKHW58G–Illustration depicting the National and Merchant flag of Persia (Iran). Dated 20th Century
RMHRP1K9–Cyrus the Great, King of Persia
RMERFYFH–Cyrus king of Persia, restores the gold and silver vessels / articles, taken by king Nebuchadnezzar out of Jerusalem, to the
RMMKR4F5–The Shah of Persia reviewing the Fleet with HMS Devastation
RMENHJ3M–Kermanshah, a mud built town in Persia. Kermanshah is the capital city of Kermanshah Province, located 525 km from Tehran in the western part of Iran, Circa 1926. Pictured: view of mosque with silver dome, the dome is made of anglo - persian oil tins.
RMFFDTRE–MOHAMMAD ALI SHAH QAJAR (1872-1925). /nShah of Persia, 1907-09. Photographed 1907.
RMG4XTF7–Buildings and Landmarks - Abadan Oil Refinery - Abadan, Iran. The Anglo-Iranian oil refinery, the worlds largest, at Abadan, Persia, Iran
RMC2HDK8–Persia - Iran - 1817
RMDRDK86–Arab women preparing trays of sweetmeats
RF2HJRPG6–Deserts, valleys and mountains of the Iranian Plateau. Persia (1923 map)
RMBP28XA–ELAMITE GUARD OF THE PERSIAN ARMY DEPICTED IN FULL SPLENDOR. GLAZED BRICK FROM THE ACHAEMENID PALACE IN SUSA - PERSIA 6TH.C.
RM2CA92PE–Ismael I (1487-1524), Persian Ambassador of Tahmasp, King of Persia, portrait engraving by Melchior Lorichs, 1569
RMAXHYK9–King Cyrus II of Persia restoring the sacred vessels and releasing the captive Jewish people. Hand-colored woodcut of a Gustave Dore illustration
RMFF9TA6–KING CYRUS OF PERSIA /n(600?-529 B.C.): wood engraving, 19th century.
RMCYK6YR–Ahmad Shāh Qājār, 1898 – 1930. Shah of Persia, (now Iran)
RMFD84K9–The shah of Persia and Emperor Franz Joseph I.
RMDE6PAK–The Queens of Persia at the feet of Alexander (The Tent of Darius), 1661. Artist: Le Brun, Charles (1619-1690)
RMGG2G67–The Shah of Persia, Mozaffar ad-Din Shah Qajar, at the Bois de Boulogne, Paris, attending an automobile race in. 'Le Petit Journal' September 21, 1902.
RMAB39T5–frieze from the reign of Darius I, ca 510 BC from his palace in Susa Persia Persian Iran
RMD95PPA–Ancient Persia, Achaemenid Period (530-330 BC) Griffin-Lion relief in glazed brickwork. Louvre, Paris.
RMW7CW5J–'The Shah of Persia', costume design for a Ballets Russes production of Scheherazade, c1913. Artist: Leon Bakst
RMERFY6H–Cyrus king of Persia, restores the gold and silver vessels / articles, taken by king Nebuchadnezzar out of Jerusalem, to the
RMRRMBH9–Soraya, 22.6.1932 - 25.10.2001, Empress of Persia 12.2.1951 - 6.4.1958, portrait, Istanbul, September 1963, Additional-Rights-Clearance-Info-Not-Available
RMH0P4B6–King Xerxes crossing the Hellespont on pontoon bridges circa 480 BC. Xerxes' Pontoon Bridges were constructed in 480 BC during the second Persian invasion of Greece upon the order of Xerxes I of Persia for the purpose of Xerxes’ army to traverse the Hellespont (the preset day Dardanelles) from Asia into Thrace, then also controlled by Persia, Image sourced from Cassell's Illustrated Universal History (1893).
RMFFRTE3–PERSIA: NADIR THRONE. /nthe throne of Nadir Shah Afshar, ruler of Persia, 1736-1747.
RMG4XTF5–Buildings and Landmarks - Abadan Oil Refinery - Abadan, Iran. The Anglo-Iranian oil refinery, the worlds largest, at Abadan, Persia, Iran
RMC2HTCP–Persia & Arabia - 1849
RMDREHXK–The Shah of Persia
RF2HJRPG4–TEHERAN: The parliament house, once the Baharistan Palace. Iran. Persia (1923)
RMBP28XD–ELAMITE GUARD OF THE PERSIAN ARMY DEPICTED IN FULL SPLENDOR. GLAZED BRICK FROM THE ACHAEMENID PALACE IN SUSA - PERSIA 6TH.C.
RM2CA92PH–Ismael I (1487-1524), The Persian Ambassador of Techmas, King of Persia, portrait engraving by Melchior Lorichs, 1564-1574
RMDBPKBY–Fath 'Ali Shah, ruler of Persia. Hand-colored woodcut
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