RMTWM4KY–Caravaggio, Sacrifice of Isaac, painting, circa 1603
RMRM5M9X–Farmer preparing hen sacrifice on first harvesting day, Andhra Pradesh, India, Asia
RFKJJ5K5–Jarai (Gia Rai) ethnic group. Buffalo sacrifice for funeral rites. Kon Tum. Vietnam.
RM2KT8AGC–The Sacrifice of Polyxena by Charles Le Brun (1619-1690), oil on canvas, c.. 1647
RM2BDYMA0–Human Sacrifice, Pre-Columbian
RMCBCCT9–At the sheep market at the day before the Festival of Sacrifice
RMPXJ4WT–SACRIFICE AT TEMPLE
RMB669JG–El Tajin, Mexico. Relief Of Sacrifice
RMMC888K–CHRISTIAN The angel (left) stopping the sacrifice of Isaac. Stained glass (19th century) from Lincoln Cathedral
RM2B016EJ–Netherlands/Greece: ‘The Sacrifice of Iphigenia’. Oil on canvas painting by Jan Havicksz Steen (1625/1626 - 23 February 1679), 1671. When Helen was abducted - or seduced - by Paris, starting the Trojan war, Agamemnon, king of Mycenae and Helen's brother-in-law, led the Greek war effort as commander of the fleet. In order to summon up winds to propel his ships, he was forced to sacrifice his daughter Iphigenia to the goddess Artemis, whom he had offended. This eventually led to his downfall. Clytaemnestra never forgave him for the death of their daughter and took her revenge years later.
RMMR4GDC–Leibig card depicting a bible scene: Noah makes a sacrifice
RME1N243–Ravenna, Ravenna Province, Italy. Mosaic in San Vitale basilica. Detail of The Hospitality of Abraham and the Sacrifice of Isaac
RMK3GWFA–HAKO'S SACRIFICE [US 1910] An intertitle from this short drama produced by The Vitagraph company, set in Japan Date: 1910
RMTA32KM–The bull sacrifice is an illustration from the Roman cult of Mithras. The bull-sacrifice lends immortality to the ones accepted into the community, and was therefore particularly important for the spreading in the Roman Empire by the legionaries. This photograph shows a stone found in an excavation site in Heddernheim near Wiesbaden, depicting a bull sacrifice.
RMFCBWYC–Sacrifice of Isaac. Marble relief by Italian Renaissance sculptor Giovanni Antonio Amadeo on the Cappella Colleoni in Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy.
RMWHB4DC–Sacrifice of Mithra - In every Mithraic temple, the place of honour was occupied by a representation of Mithras killing a sacred bull, called a tauroctony. It has been more recently proposed that the tauroctony is a symbolic representation of the constellations rather than an originally Iranian animal sacrifice scene .
RMB8G2DR–Feast of sacrifice in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso
RMDNDC32–The Sacrifice of Isaac by Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn Dutch Netherlands
RMEBKWPC–Roman art. Syria. Reliefs of sacrifice. Palmyra Archaeological Museum. Tadmor.
RMW77CWT–Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, The Sacrifice of Iphigeneia, painting, 1757
RMAP8RBN–Cross of sacrifice in the cemetery at the rear of the Thiepval Monument to the missing of WW1 on the Somme, France
RM2DF7G8W–San Pedro de la Nave visigothic church 7-8th centuries, capital (The sacrifice of Isaac)). El Campillo, Zamora province, Castilla y Leon, Spain.
RM2H9T811–Noah's Sacrifice after the Deluge by Giovanni Benedetto Castiglione (1609-1664), oil on canvas, 1650-55
RM2BDYBM2–God's Rainbow Answers Noah's Sacrifice
RF2EDTCA2–This image shows the painting titled Sacrifice of Iphegenia, with the appearance of the goddess artemis by Regunald Arthur. Iphegenia is also spelled Iphigenia. Iphigenia was the daughter of Agamemnon, leader of the Greek forces against the Troy in the Trojan War. To appease the goddess Artemis (the Roman Diana), Agamemnon was told to sacrifice Iphigenia, seen in this illustration at Aulis, the port town in eastern Greece, where Agamemnon's fleet was prevented by Artemis (seen in upper left) from sailing until he had sacrificed her. When the sacrifice was about to take place, Iphigenia was wh
RMMHMMB0–REVOLUTION - SACRIFICE
RMB665TC–El Tajin, Mexico. Relief Of Sacrifice Detail
RMMC6GP4–Druidic sacrifice, illustration (hand-coloured) by Horace Knowles, from A G Chant, 'The Legend of Glastonbury'
RMM879CD–Florence. Italy. The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401/02, by Filippo Brunelleschi, bronze relief, Museo Nazionale del Bargello. Bargello National Museum
RMMR4TD9–Engraving depicting Abraham offering his son Isaac as a Sacrifice to God. Because of his obedience, God released him from his vow, and placed a ram nearby which Abraham could sacrifice in place of Isaac. Dated 17th century
RM2AMCJTE–Victoria Cross Medal awarded for Conspicuous Valour. The UK’s highest military award for bravery in the face of the enemy. The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest and most prestigious award of the British honours system, most conspicuous bravery, or some daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice, or extreme devotion to duty in the presence of the enemy.
RMERKTCB–Relief with sacrifice. Pouring a Libation. Roman. Mercat from antiquarian. 3rd century.
RMD9RNEA–Cross of Sacrifice at WW1 Bedford House cemetery for First World War One British soldiers at Zillebeke, West Flanders, Belgium
RMFDH5KH–Sacrifice of Isaac. Marble relief by Italian sculptor Gaspare Vismara on the main facade of the Milan Cathedral (Duomo di Milano
RM2A8PGAG–An ancient feathered mask from Hawaii representing Ku the akua (God) of War. Also known as Kūkaʻilimoku, Kū-ka-ili-moku, the Snatcher of land,Ku-nui-akea (Ku the supreme one), Ku-keoloewa (Ku the supporter),Ku-hoʻoneʻenuʻu (Ku pulling together the earth)ʻ His rituals included human sacrifice
RME0TFRB–Feast of sacrifice in Feni Bangladesh
RMDABBJG–Sacrifice to the God Pan by Pierre Honere Hugrel 1827-1921 France
RMHEC3DF–The Sacrifice of Iphigenia. House of the Tragic Poet. Pompeii, Italy. 1st century AD. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Italy.
RM2H0KME0–The Sacrifice of Polyxena, painting by Charles Le Brun, 1647
RMAP8RGH–Cross of sacrifice in the cemetery at the rear of the Thiepval Monument to the missing of WW1 on the Somme, France
RMD4C6PG–Pieter Coecke van Aelst, The Sacrifice at Lystra. 1529-1530 Drawing. The J. Paul Getty Museum
RM2GHXHWM–The Sacrifice of Isaac by the Spanish baroque artist, Pedro de Orrente (1580-1645), oil on canvas, c. 1616
RM2BDYBKP–Noah Preparing First Sacrifice After Flood
RF2BE5DTE–This illustration shows an amphora from Caere (present-day Cerveteri), about 30 miles northwest of Rome, with the scene representing a sacrifice. An amphora is a tall ancient Greek or Roman jar with two handles and a narrow neck. The Etruscan civilization flourished, mostly in northern Itlay, before the rise of Rome. The Etruscans flourished in central Italy from the 8th to 3rd century BCE, and one of their greatest legacies is the beautifully painted tombs found in many of their important towns. Tarquinia, Cerveteri, Chiusi, and Vulci, in particular, possess tombs with outstanding wall painti
RM2M9855M–Gideon's sacrifice - Judges 6.
RMM3MY85–Sacrifice to the Ganges
RMMC8613–CHRISTIAN Early sacrifice (story from the Old Testament) with fire and altar. Stained glass in the church of St Pierre, Chartres
RMM879AA–Florence. Italy. The Sacrifice of Isaac, 1401/02, by Lorenzo Ghiberti, relief in gilded bronze, Museo Nazionale del Bargello. Bargello National Museum
RM2JYY4XP–Sacrifice scene depicted in the Ara Pacis Augustae (Altar of Augustan Peace) commonly shortened to Ara Pacis, in Rome dedicated to Pax, the Roman goddess of Peace. The monument was commissioned by the Roman Senate on July 4, 13 BC to honor the return of Augustus to Rome after three years in Hispania and Gaul and consecrated on January 30, 9 BC. Originally located on the northern outskirts of Rome
RM2AMCK8B–Victoria Cross Medal awarded for Conspicuous Valour. The UK’s highest military award for bravery in the face of the enemy. The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest and most prestigious award of the British honours system, most conspicuous bravery, or some daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice, or extreme devotion to duty in the presence of the enemy
RM2F78FFW–Marble relief showing the sacrifice of a sheep. 1st. century AD. Roman religion. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen, Denmark.
RME74BT7–The Sacrifice of Isaac - by Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, 1750's
RMR0FC02–Sacrifice of Noah. Panting by Italian neoclassical painter Pietro Benvenuti (1828-1837) in the cupola of the Chapel of the Princes (Cappella dei Principi) in the Medici Chapels (Cappelle Medicee) in Florence, Tuscany, Italy.
RM2DGAD3X–An early artists impression of Captain Lawrence E. G. Oates leaving his tent, never to be seen again on March 17th 1912. ----Captain Lawrence Edward Grace 'Titus' Oates (17 March 1880 – 17 March 1912) of Gestingthorpe Hall was a British army officer (Inniskilling Dragoons), and Antarctic explorer, who died on or about his birthday during the Terra Nova Expedition or British Antarctic Expedition led by Robert Falcon Scott. Oates walked into a blizzard as an act of self sacrifice after he felt frostbight in his hands & feet was holding the Polar expedition back. His body was never found
RME0TG90–Feast of sacrifice in Feni Bangladesh
RMDA599B–The Sacrifice of the daughter of Jephte by Sebastien Bourdon 1616-1671 France French
RMHEC3DD–The Sacrifice of Iphigenia. House of the Tragic Poet. Pompeii, Italy. 1st century AD. National Archaeological Museum, Naples. Italy.
RMTC0NJD–Lucas Cranach the Elder, The Sacrifice of Abraham, painting, 1530
RMKH9R8E–Zebu sacrifice ceremony, Lake Ampitabe, Toamasina, Madagascar, Africa
RMD6M62K–Pieter Coecke van Aelst, The Sacrifice at Lystra. 1529-1530 Drawing. The J. Paul Getty Museum
RMKCG0DT–Sacrifice of Isaac by Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio (1571-1610), oil on canvas, c.1601-2. Abraham and Isaac.
RM2HJCJWM–Human sacrifice in a Morai in Otaheite. Captain James Cook (1728 - 1779) was an intrepid English explorer, navigator and cartographer in the Royal Navy. He is famous for mapping lands from New Zealand to Hawaii in the Pacific Ocean in greater detail and on a scale not previously achieved. In 1779 he was attacked and killed by the natives in Hawaii.
RMET07FP–Sacrifice of Hindoo Hindu widow upon funeral pile of her husband ; India
RMM1D495–Human Sacrifice by Druids
RMMBD7M4–DRUIDS. 'The Sacrifice' - the human sacrifice, offered to the gods by the Druids, against the backdrop of the Stonehenge circle. Lithograph from Alfred J. Church, The Count of the Saxon Shore, or The Villa in Vectis, 1887.
RMRT8B4E–Rome. Italy. The Ara Pacis Augustae, Ara Pacis Museum. Exterior west wall (front), the 'Aeneas' relief panel, depicting a sacrifice performed by Aenea
RMG790TW–President Michael D. Higgins arrives for the unveiling of the Cross of Sacrifice at Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin.
RMCRAFAX–Girl after a hair sacrifice, Hindu Ranganathaswamy Temple, Srirangam, Trichy or Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, South India, India
RMERKTC1–Relief with sacrifice. Pouring a Libation. Roman. Mercat from antiquarian. 3rd century. Italy. Rome.
RMA8NPEM–Palermo Sicily Italy The Palatine Chapel in the Norman Palace Mosaic in the Aisles The Sacrifice of Isaac
RMPCR5YX–Story of Abraham depicted in the gilded bronze panel from the Gates of Paradise (Porta del Paradiso) designed by Italian Early Renaissance sculptor Lorenzo Ghiberti for the Florence Baptistery (Battistero di San Giovanni), now on display in the Museo dell'Opera del Duomo (Museum of the Works of the Florence Cathedral) in Florence, Tuscany, Italy. Abraham and the Three Angels (L) and the Sacrifice of Isaac (R) are depicted in the panel.
RM2B019HY–Syria: A fresco depicting Julius Terentius performing a sacrifice, from the Temple of the Palmyran Gods at Dura Europos, c. 230 CE. An officer named Julius Terentius leads the soldiers of the 20th Palmyrenes, a cohort of mounted archers stationed on the Euphrates, in a ritual of bloodless sacrifice. He burns incense in honour of the three cult statues of gods dressed in military costume (Yarhibol, Aglibol, and Arsu), ranged on their pedestals on the upper left side of the fresco. Beside Terentius is the standard bearer of the cohort with the troop colours and, next to him, a seated goddess,
RMCBN7W1–Butchers killing cattles for in Feast of Sacrifice Kabul Afghanistan
RMDW8BJX–The sacrifice of Abraham 1750 Christian Wilhelm Ernst Dietrich 1712 - 1774 German Germany
RMD7W2MP–Relief depicting a sacrifice made by a couple. 1st century AD. Glyptothek Museum. Munich. Germany.
RM2A89731–Rembrandt van Rijn, Sacrifice of Isaac, painting, 1635
RMKH9R9D–Two women at a Zebu sacrifice ceremony, Lake Ampitabe, Toamasina, Madagascar, Africa
RMERGG3G–Samaritan place of sacrifice . Ethnoreligious group of the Levant. Palestine
RM2HJRKDR–The Sacrifice of Isaac by Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), oil on canvas, 1635
RMRJAMYJ–Propaganda poster for the French Vichy region calling on citizens to sacrifice for the soldiers at the front during Christmas 1941
RMET00GR–animal sacrifice poles , Kamakhya temple , Kamrup Kamakhya temple , Sakta temple , Guwahati , Assam , India , asia
RM2M98582–Elijah's sacrifice - 1 Kings 18.
RMMK4RTW–The Sacrifice of Isaac - Domenichino, circa 1628
RMMC6PCD–Sky-clad symbolic sacrifice for pagan ceremony, with pentagram marked on pagan altar cloth.
RMH9DM8H–Rome. Italy. Relief panel (176-180 AD) from honorary monument to Marcus Aurelius, the Emperor wearing a Toga makes a sacrifice to Capitoline Jupiter.
RM2R8585R–Abraham's sacrifice, 1655, after the work by Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. From Histoire de La Gravure, published 1880
RMBHEG8Y–Samaria, the Samaritan Passover Sacrifice on Mount Gerizim
RMEMX49W–Roman Sarcophagus. A married couple offers a sacrifice to Concord in the presence of Juno Pronuba. 180 AD.
RMBJF709–The Cross of Sacrifice at Tyne Cot Cemetery near Passchendaele Belgium
RFKJJ5K4–Jarai (Gia Rai) ethnic group. Buffalo sacrifice for funeral rites. Kon Tum. Vietnam.
RMCW388X–Children sacrifice to the parents
RMCBN803–Butchers killing cattles for in Feast of Sacrifice Kabul Afghanistan
RME12HEP–The Sacrifice of Polyxena 1730 Giovanni Battista Pittoni Venice 1687-1767 Italy Italian
RMD7YG80–Roman art. Victory goddesses decorate candelabras and sacrifice bulls. frieze from the central building of Trajan's Forum. Rome.
RMT94JKN–The Sacrifice of Isaac, painting by Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo, mid-1750s
RMKH9R4M–A family walking towards Zebu sacrifice ceremony, Lake Ampitabe, Toamasina, Madagascar, Africa
RFH7RBDW–Stained Glass window depicting a sacrifice of lambs in the Cathedral of St Rumbold of Mechelen, Belgium.
RMR9NK9A–The Sacrifice of Abraham by Giuseppe Maria Crespi (1665-1747), oil on canvas, 1690s
RMRJAMYG–Propaganda poster for the French Vichy region calling on citizens to sacrifice metal objects for national benefit during World war two 1941
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