RMAG4CM2–Gauls on horseback under the Roman Empire. Hand-colored woodcut
RMDE21B6–fine arts, ancient world, Roman Empire, Volubilis, Roman city, mosaic, Morocco, Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMERGTNX–The Roman Empire - street scene with vendors. Romans, produce, food, crafts, market, book seller, merchant, merchants, guard,
RFE4C9M2–The Roman Empire at its greatest extent in 117 AD at the time of Trajan, plus principal provinces.
RMG169RY–Detail of the Tabula Peutingeriana, an illustrated itinerarium (road map) showing the cursus publicus, the road network in the Roman Empire. The original map (of which this is a unique copy) was last revised in the fourth or early fifth century. It is tho
RMT9P751–Romani Imperia Qua Oriens - Map of Eastern Roman Empire - Sanson Atlas, circa 1700
RMGDGGR5–England,London,British Museum,Roman Empire Room,Roman Fresco of a Woman Playing the Lyre from Pompeii dated AD 50-79
RME97H2F–Holy Roman Empire. Reign of Maximilian I (1459-1519). War against the Ottoman Empire. Engraving by Historia Universal, 1885.
RFHCDY7T–Rebellion of the Praetorian Guard, 306 AD, the story of the ancient Rome, roman Empire, Italy
RMCW8603–1865 Spruner Map of the Roman Empire under Constantine
RFFY31CJ–ROMAN EMPIRE. In the 4th century. Eastern & Western. BARTHOLOMEW, 1876 old map
RME0WJ2T–Mar. 03, 1963 - ''The Fall Of The Roman Empire'' Screened: Near Madrid Anthony Mann Is Directing The Super-Production ''The Fall Of The Roman Empire'' Starring Sophia Loren, Alec Guinnes And Stephen Boyd As Livius. Photo shows A Moment Of The Picture, From L To R. : Andrew Keir As Polybyus, Stephen Boyd As Livius And George Murcell.
RMW77JJP–Persecution of Christians, in the Roman Empire, Reconstruction of the Roman Forum in ancient Rome
RM2A2J4RX–Coin Portraying Emperor Otho, AD 69, Roman, Roman Empire, Bronze, Diam. 3.5 cm, 22.09 g
RMD6X279–Allegory of the Abdication of Emperor Charles V Holy Roman Empire 1630 Frans Franken Belgian Belgium
RMG2TJ4X–The Battle of Lützen (6 November 1632) between Sweden and the Holy Roman Empire, took place in the Burgenlandkreis district, in Saxony-Anhalt, Germany and was one of the most important battles of the Thirty Years' War.
RMDFWHMD–Roman Empire. Philosopher, women and prefect. Colored engraving. 19th century.
RMB7R1EJ–Map of the Roman Empire in the 4th Century
RMAC5F3N–Gauls on horseback in the ancient Roman Empire. Hand-colored woodcut
RMBW1295–Map showing the expanse of the Roman Empire, Foro Romano
RMDB7PCW–ancient world, Roman Empire, military, Germanic body guard of the emperor, relief, column of the Emperor Trajan, 113, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMERGTP6–The Roman Empire - amphitheatre Romans, toga, togas, . Illustration by J Williamson.
RFG1EWKJ–Holy Roman Empire, superpower in europe during the middle ages, at its greatest extent around 1200 AD.
RFC02565–Map of the Roman Empire in the Apostolic age from a nineteenth century Bible
RMT38TYH–The Roman Empire from Diocletian to the death of Theodosius (285-395 A.D.) - Circa 350 AD
RMCN5TTE–The development of Roman empire
RMR13W3R–History of the Roman Empire. Romanisation of the Iberian Peninsula. Map of Cantabria. Roman Times.
RFHCDY05–various gladiators fighting in the circus, Rome, Italy, the story of the ancient Rome, roman Empire
RFCFMWKF–Map of the Roman Empire, 2nd century AD.
RFTDR5FJ–Empire Romain sous Constantin et sous Trajan. Roman Empire. MALTE-BRUN c1871 map
RMC8R839–Map of the Roman Empire
RMDYDJW0–Greek roman ancient history turkey roman empire building architecture archaeology byzantine Byzantium Anatolia sagalassos pis
RMW77JH6–Persecution of Christians, in the Roman Empire, Reconstruction of the Roman Forum in ancient Rome
RMG89MPY–Claudius, römischer Kaiser
RMP906PB–Roman Empire Figures
RMEM5TA2–Roman Art. Augustus (61 BC-14 AD). First emperor of the Roman Empire. Marble statue of Augustus of Prima Porta. (1st century). V
RFF67DGK–Old Map of roman empire painted on the wall of roman Colosseum
RMABJKRM–Map of the Roman Empire in the third century AD. Color lithograph
RFDJRW91–6th Century VI 500s Byzantium Eastern Roman Empire Lady and Christian Priest
RMBBNF90–military, ancient world, Roman Empire, legionary, drawing after relief of Trajan's Column, circa 110 AD, infantry, soldier, antiquity, historic, historical, ancient world, people,
RMERGTP4–The Roman Empire - shepherds and wine makers / sellers in the countryside. Romans, field, fields, peasant, peasants, meadow,
RFG1EWKP–Holy Roman Empire - rise and fall of the medieval europe empire from 962 AD to 1806 AD - with todays state borders.
RMC09ATC–Vintage engraving of a ancient roman and his wife
RMGDJ1HJ–Map of the Incursions of the Barbarians who destroyed the Roman Empire
RFED4HK4–Colosseum, Rome, Italy. Coliseum known as Flavian Amphitheatre an elliptical amphitheatre largest in Roman Empire built in 80AD
RMCP7P6P–The Colosseum, Rome, Italy. Its construction started in 72 under the emperor Vespasian and was completed in 80 AD under Titus
RFHCDYAE–the Album of Pompeji, Pompey, Album, a place where public announcements and commercial advertisements took place, the story of the ancient Rome, roman Empire, Italy
RFBNMTY5–Roman Eagle with laurel wreath of victory.
RMC788CY–Sergio Iacomoni , aka Nerone, founder of the Gladiators School in Rome. The school is situated on the ancient road Appia antica.
RMAK5R8X–Ascending Steps of Roman Theatre Amman Jordan
RMC7FMCP–Roman soldier during Roman show in Andautonia, Panonia ( Scitarjevo, Croatia )
RFC54YY3–Amphitheater, Roman ruins
RFCC6B13–Oval plaza in Jerash,Jordan
RFDY401M–Statue of Constantine XI Palaiologos outside Metropolitan Cathedral of Athens, Greece
RME1N946–Conquest. Roman soldiers breaking into the German camp. Engraving. Later colouration. Caesar in Gaul, 1917.
RMABJKPX–Battle of Roman soldiers against Sarmatians. Hand-colored woodcut
RFB8PMDP–roman soldiers leaving briton Roman Britain refers to those parts of the island of Great Britain controlled by the Roman Empire
RMDB3RP5–military, Ancient World, Roman Empire, legionaries, drawing after a depiction on the Column of Antoninus Pius, 2nd century BC, Rome, legionary, soldier, soldiers, armour (Lorica segmentata), oval shield (Scutum), legion, Romans, Antonius, helmet, helmets, historic, historical, ancient world, people, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMERG2GJ–Map showing the Roman empire at its largest. Third century B.C.E. to second century C.E. (German source)
RFE4C9BD–The Roman Empire in ancient Europe at its greatest extent in 117 AD at the time of Trajan.
RMM8XY54–Julian or Julian the Apostate, Roman Emperor from 361 to 363
RMFB9GYA–Map of the Roman Empire in the New Testament Period
RFKDNEDA–Aerial view of the ancient aqueduct of the Roman empire at sunset. The shadows of the arches of the aqueduct stand on a public green park.
RMAR67CA–Hadrians Wall Estate Northumberland
RF2AN3AX7–the roman empire under emperor Trajan, between 98 - 117, / das römische Reich unter Kaiser Trajan, zwischen 98 - 117, Historisch, digital improved reproduction of an original from the 19th century / digitale Reproduktion einer Originalvorlage aus dem 19. Jahrhundert
RM2F61AKA–Ivory Die, Roman Empire
RMFG1KP7–ROMAN COINS. /nVarious coins of the Roman Empire.
RMMHNYEB–Some of the coronation regalia of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation: 1. German Royal Crown; 2. Imperial Crown; 3. Orb; 4. Coronation Robe; 5. King's Sceptre; 6. Imperial Sceptre; 7. Imperial Ceremonial Sword; 8. Sword of Saint Moritz; 9/10. Coronation Gloves; 11/12. Coronation Sandals. Date: medieval
RMBPMJRT–Arch of the roman Emperor Septimius Severus, Archaeological Site of Leptis Magna, Libya, Africa
RMAG54HY–Columns, the ancient Roman ruins of Jaresh, Jordan
RMKCEKJ0–Imperial Crown from the regalia of the Holy Roman Empire. Dated 11th Century
RMM14AYW–The Duke of Marlborough at The Battle of Malplaquet,11 September 1709. General John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough, 1st Prince of Mindelheim, 1st Count of Nellenburg, Prince of the Holy Roman Empire, 1650 – 1722. English soldier and statesman. From Ward and Lock's Illustrated History of the World, published c.1882.
RF2J876E9–10TH CENTURY EUROPE. Holy Roman Empire Caliphate of Cordoba. COLLINS 1873 map
RMTA29JN–Orb from the Staufer period, scepter from the first half of the 14th century and the aspergillum. All parts of the Imperial Regalia of the Holy Roman Empire.
RMA9PR0H–Roman general accompanied by a German warrior. Hand-colored print
RMA5KEK6–Palatino triumphal Arco di constantino roman empire Rome roma Italy Italian Italia ruin archaeology stone arch road high relic
RMGC5YW1–cartography, historical maps, Ancient World, Roman Empire, slave trade, slavery, uprising, Sicily 135 BC, 105 - 135 BC, Spartacus 73 - 71 BC, routes, markets, Rome, Delos, Massilia, Alexandria, Carthago, Byzantion, Milet, Ephesos, Numidia, Numidian, Thracian, Teutons, Scythians, Syrians, 2nd century AD, Mediterranean, Black Sea, roads, map, historic, historical, ancient world, Additional-Rights-Clearences-Not Available
RMERGTP7–The Roman Empire - dinner in the garden. Romans, food, feast, feasts, banquet, banquets, meal, fountain, fountains, leisure,
RFECM0F5–The Roman Empire at its greatest extent in 117 AD at the time of Trajan, plus principal provinces. German labeling!
RM2FMT1KP–THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE 1964 Paramount Pictures film with Stephen Boyd as Livius
RMB992RT–Ben Hur chariot race Roman Horse Painting
RMF1K9J8–Fall of the Roman Empire The 017 - Movie Poster
RMR0C368–Map, Roman Empire around the middle of the 2nd century AD, Germany
RME0WJPJ–Actress Sophia Loren in the film 'The Fall of the Roman Empire'
RM2F61APM–Glass Die, Roman Empire
RMFF8EP1–ROMAN EMPIRE: IMPERIAL CAMEO /nfrom the 4th century, A.D.
RM2ARBG27–Izmit, Turkey - houses a harbour 87 km southeast of Istanbul. The Eastern and most senior capital city of the Roman Empire between 286-324 AD. Founded in 712 BC - scene of the 1999 Earthquake (7.4 on richter scale) which devastated the region and killed more than 19,000 people and leaving many more homeless. Date: circa 1906
RMCCCXBB–Maria Theresa (1717-1780). Empress of the Holy Roman Empire. Portrait. Engraving.
RF2EC7NWH–This 1880s illustration shows a mosaic that was uncovered that represented the stables of a Roman noble. The time period was the Late Roman Empire
RMEX718D–Gold votive plaques from the Roman Empire. 2nd century AD
RMDC3X1G–Ancient statue in Charles VI, Holy Roman Empire, by Peter and Paul Strudel, the center of the Prunksaal, the State National Libr
RF2H6FDRG–Johnson's Roman Empire. Imperium Romanorum. Graecia Italia Greece Italy 1865 map
RMTA43HW–Family tree of the Roman Empire of the German Nation, formerly owned by the Kommerzienrat (Councillor of Commerce) Ludwig Gerngross in Nuremberg, who placed the artwork at the disposal of King Ludwig. The ivory carvings were made by master Michael Knoll in Geislingen in 1769. In the center is the double-headed imperial eagle and above the all the seeing eye of God.
RMAYHTNT–Germanic women captured by Roman army under Julius Caesar. Hand-colored halftone of an illustration
RM2GJN9C0–Tumbler with the arms of the Roman Empire (Reichsadler Humpen) Germany Oberfranken 1649, (Yellow transparent glass enamel coating) Crucifixion,
RMBD81FC–fine arts, ancient world, Roman Empire, mosaic, Apollo with Kithara, 1st/2nd century AD, House of Dionysos, Paphos, Cyprus, , Artist's Copyright has not to be cleared
RMERGTP1–The Roman Empire - a school. Romans, toga, togas, pupil, pupils, education, papyrus, scroll, scrolls, writing tablet.
RM2A5YXR9–Palmyra, Syria 1900. Palmyra is an ancient city in present Homs Governorate, Syria. Temple built after its incorporation into the Roman Empire in the first century.
Please complete the form below. The information provided will be included in your download confirmation