Tomb of Pope Julius II (1443-1513). 1505-1545. By Michelange
Tomb of Pope Julius II (1443-1513). 1505-1545. Built by Michelangelo (Michelangelo Buonarroti) (1475-1564) and his assistants. Detail. San Pietro in Vincoli Church. Rome. Italy.
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Francis Drake Bowling
SIR FRANCIS DRAKE The sign at the bowling green at Plymouth Hoe, Devon, where Sir Francis Drake was playing a game of bowls when he saw the Spanish Armada in 1588. Date: 1545 - 1596
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Original map of the Battle of Lepanto of October
Original map of the Battle of Lepanto of October 10, 1571. Naval Battle in the Gulf of Corinth between the Ottoman fleet, led by Ali Pasha, and the Holy League (Venice, Pontifical States, Philip II of Spain), commanded by Juan de Austria, Alvaro de Bazan and Alessandro Farnese. Drawing. SPAIN. CASTILE AND LEON. VALLADOLID. Simancas. General Archives of Simancas.
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