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Conspiracy Collection

Background imageConspiracy Collection: MACCARI, Cesare (1840-1919). Cicero Denouncing

MACCARI, Cesare (1840-1919). Cicero Denouncing Catiline. 1880. ITALY. Rome. Madama Palace. Cicero caused the failure of the Catiline conspiracy during his consulship. Fresco

Background imageConspiracy Collection: LUSITANIA

LUSITANIA
At the time of her launch in 1907, she was the largest vessel in the world : her sinking by a U-boat in 1915 continues to inspire conspiracy theories

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Oliver Plunkett

Oliver Plunkett
OLIVER PLUNKETT Irish Catholic, archbishop of Armagh and primate of Ireland, falsely accused of conspiracy by Titus Oates and hanged, disembowelled &c in London

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Advertisement for a book about flying saucers

Advertisement for a book about flying saucers
An advertisement for a book by Gray Barker, They Knew Too Much About Flying Saucers, suggesting cover-ups, conspiracy and paranoia surrounding UFO sightings

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Nun looking at the camera

Nun looking at the camera, with her finger covering her lips as if in a conspiracy of silence. Date: circa 1970s

Background imageConspiracy Collection: The Flying Saucer Conspiracy, book cover

The Flying Saucer Conspiracy, book cover
THE FLYING SAUCER CONSPIRACY, a book by Donald E Keyhoe. The cover shows two airline pilots sighting a flying saucer through their cockpit window

Background imageConspiracy Collection: The Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes and conspirators

The Gunpowder Plot, Guy Fawkes and conspirators
Early 19th century impression of the main protagonists in the conspiracy to blow up Parliament in 1605. From left, Tesmond, Garnet, T. Percy, Catesby, I. Wright, Guy Fawkes, I

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Scipio Africanus discovering military conspiracy

Scipio Africanus discovering military conspiracy
SECOND PUNIC WAR : Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus, Roman general and statesman, surprises a military conspiracy

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Anarchist Conspirators in London - Arrest at Club Autonomie

Anarchist Conspirators in London - Arrest at Club Autonomie
Arrest at Club Autonomie - struggle to handcuff an anarchist. Date: 1894

Background imageConspiracy Collection: The Trial of Daniel O'Connell, Irish MP

The Trial of Daniel O'Connell, Irish MP, February 1844 - he was sentenced to conspiracy, which was overturned on appeal to the House of Lords. Date: 1844

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Cato St - Richard Tidd

Cato St - Richard Tidd
Richard Tidd A shoemaker, one of the Cato Street conspirators. Sentenced to death for high treason and hung on 2 May 1820 at Newgate. Date: 1820

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Cleveland House by St. James Palace, London

Cleveland House by St. James Palace, London. Built by Barbara Palmer, 1st Duchess of Cleveland, mistress of King Charles II, later owned by the Duke of Bridgwater

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Queen Elizabeth I detecting the Babington conspiracy

Queen Elizabeth I detecting the Babington conspiracy, with her Secretary, Sir Francis Walsingham, standing at her side. Date: 1586

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Jean du Barry, Lord of Renaud

Jean du Barry, Lord of Renaud, Seigneur de la Renaudie, d. 1560. Aka Godefroi de Barri. Member of the Amboise conspiracy. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Bernard de Montfaucons collection

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Titus Oates (1649 - 1705), convicted of fabricated the Popish Plot

Titus Oates (1649 - 1705), convicted of fabricated the Popish Plot, a supposed Catholic conspiracy to kill King Charles II

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Dr Titus Oates

Dr Titus Oates
(1649-1705). An English priest who fabricated the Popish Plot, a supposed Catholic conspiracy to kill Charles II. Date: 19th century

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Arrest of Guy Fawkes by Sir Thomas Knyvet

Arrest of Guy Fawkes by Sir Thomas Knyvet
The arrest of Guy Fawkes by Sir Thomas Knyvet and others, following the foiled Gunpowder Plot, 5 November 1605. 1605

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Stephen Dugdale, Informe

Stephen Dugdale, Informe
STEPHEN DUGDALE - Informer during the Popish Plot, claiming knowledge of a Catholic conspiracy but providing dubious and inconsistent testimony. Date: 1640 - 1683

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Victorian scrap - Guy Fawkes

Victorian scrap - Guy Fawkes and two of his co-conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot, 1605. late 19th century

Background imageConspiracy Collection: 16th century codes - the Babington cipher

16th century codes - the Babington cipher
The forged postscript to the letter of Mary Queen of Scots to Anthony Babington. Thomas Phelippes added the postscript, which was to incriminate Mary Queen of Scots

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Suffragette Grace Roe Arrest 1914

Suffragette Grace Roe Arrest 1914. Grace Watney Rose (1885-1979) was arrested in May 1914 when police raided the W.S.P.Us headquarters Lincolns Inn House

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Guy Fawkes - Conspirator of the Gunpowder Plot

Guy Fawkes - Conspirator of the Gunpowder Plot
Guy Fawkes (1570-1606) - member of a group of provincial English Catholics who planned the failed Gunpowder Plot of 1605. Date: circa 1606

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Lyon Conspirators

Lyon Conspirators
A conspiracy at Lyon against the regime is foiled, and the conspirators put on trial

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Jean-Charles Pichegru (1761-1804). French general of the Rev

Jean-Charles Pichegru (1761-1804). French general of the Revolutionary Wars. Engraving. Portrait. 19th century. Colored

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Portrait of Sallust (86-35 BC). Colored engraving, 1772

Portrait of Sallust (86-35 BC). Colored engraving, 1772
Sallust (Gaius Sallustius Crispus) (86-35 BC). Roman politician and historian. Colored engraving. 1772

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Sallust (86-35 BC). Jugurthine War. Engraving

Sallust (86-35 BC). Jugurthine War. Engraving
Sallust (Gaius Sallustius Crispus) (86-35 BC). Roman politician and historian. Jugurthine War (111-104 BC). Engraving depicting the battle between the army of Jugurtha

Background imageConspiracy Collection: India. Sepoy Rebellion (1857). Conspiracy

India. Sepoy Rebellion (1857). Conspiracy
India. Sepoy Rebellion (1857). India revolution that erupted as a reaction against British colonial policy. In 1857 the sepoys revolted and deprived of all authority to the East India Company (1858)

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Edmund Elys

Edmund Elys
EDMUND ELYS Churchman, accused of conspiracy and the like, author of numerous religious poetical works. Date: 1634 - 1707+

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Arthur Richard Dillon

Arthur Richard Dillon
ARTHUR RICHARD DILLON Irish soldier in French service; capable administrator in West Indies, successful officer in Revolutionary War, suspected of conspiracy, guillotined. Date: 1750 - 1794

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Thomas Cattamus, Martyr

Thomas Cattamus, Martyr
Father THOMAS CATTAMUS Catholic priest in England, suspected of conspiracy and hanged and quartered in London. An angel bestows a martyrs crown on him. Date: ? - 1582

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Duc De Maine - 2

Duc De Maine - 2
LOUIS AUGUSTE de BOURBON, duc de MAINE son of Louis XIV and madame de Maintenon. Involved in conspiracy against Philippe Date: 1670 - 1736

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Two cats watching a bird on a New Year card

Two cats watching a bird on a New Year card
Conspiracy -- two cats in the snow, watching a bird eating food from a plate on a New Year card. Date: circa 1890s

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Suffragette Flora Drummond

Suffragette Flora Drummond. Suffragette Flora Drummond (1878-1949) also known as The General speaking from a horse-drawn W.S.P.U carriage, around the time of the Conspiracy Trial and arrests

Background imageConspiracy Collection: W. S. P. U Defence of Militancy Old Bailey

W. S. P. U Defence of Militancy Old Bailey
W.S.P.U Defence of Militancy Old Bailey. Entitled The Mans Share this is Frederick Pethick-Lawrences Defence of Militancy delivered from the Dock of the Old Bailey, May 20th 1912. Mr & Mrs

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Emmeline Pankhurst Imprisoned Leaders

Emmeline Pankhurst Imprisoned Leaders. Emmeline Pankhurst, Emmeline Pethick-Lawrence and Frederick Pethick-Lawrence, described as the Imprisoned Suffragist leaders May 22nd 1912

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Favras Conspiracy

Favras Conspiracy
Thomas de Mahy, marquis de Favras, conspires to rescue the king and destroy the Revolution : betrayed by a confederate, he is hanged in the place de Greve, Paris. Date: 19 February 1790

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Pleading for Brother

Pleading for Brother
Marian Reyder pleads with the Spaniards for clemency : presumably he is accused of conspiracy, but we don t know any more than the picture tells. Date: circa 1580

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Belgian Conspiracy

Belgian Conspiracy
Satire on the Belgian Confederacy : Maurits van Nassau, prince and stadtholder, is depicted in ecclesiastical dress. Date: 1621

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Gilbert Romme

Gilbert Romme
GILBERT ROMME - French maths teacher and revolutionary politician, accused of conspiracy he stabbed himself in prison, though some say he was rescued, fled to Russia. Date: 1750 - 1795

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Duc De Maine

Duc De Maine
LOUIS AUGUSTE de BOURBON, known as duc de MAINE, son of Louis XIV and madame de Maintenon, husband of Anne- louise de Bourbon : involved in conspiracy. Date: 1670 - 1736

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Illustration the The Great Chronicles of France

Illustration the The Great Chronicles of France
" Illustration the " The Great Chronicles of France" "

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Colonel Caron Arrested

Colonel Caron Arrested
The Belfort conspiracy is an early attempt to overthrow the Bourbon restoration : several are arrested, colonel Caron tries to rescue them but is captured and shot. Date: 1 January 1822

Background imageConspiracy Collection: John H. Surratt

John H. Surratt
John Surratt was accused of being implicated in the attempted kidnap of President Abraham Lincoln, and in the assassination. Date: 1844-1916

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Cato Street Stable / 1820

Cato Street Stable / 1820
A view of Cato Street, showing the stable and loft used by the conspirators, where most of the gang were arrested on 23 February 1820 Date: 1820

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Cato Street / J Monument

Cato Street / J Monument
JOHN MONUMENT A Cato Street conspirator. Once arrested, he agreed to provide evidence to convict the rest of the gang. Date: 1820

Background imageConspiracy Collection: 1820 / Cato Street Escape

1820 / Cato Street Escape
As the police raid their base in Cato Street, four conspirators escape from a rear window. All are later arrested. Date: 23 February 1820

Background imageConspiracy Collection: British Ballad, Lord Soulis

British Ballad, Lord Soulis
LORD SOULIS. British Ballad which tells the story of William de Soulis (died c. 1320), Lord of Liddesdale and Butler of Scotland

Background imageConspiracy Collection: Popish Plot Document

Popish Plot Document
Proclamation ordering a complete inquiry into the (supposed) Popish Plot against the late Charles II, in the belief that the sinister conspiracy might continue



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