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Dynastic Collection

Background imageDynastic Collection: The Royal Oak - Queen Victoria and descendents family tree

The Royal Oak - Queen Victoria and descendents family tree
A spectacular family tree produced by The Illustrated London News to mark the Golden Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1887. The beautifully drawn oak tree is hung with portraits of Victoria and Albert

Background imageDynastic Collection: 100 Years of the Napoleonic Code in France - 1804-1904

100 Years of the Napoleonic Code in France - 1804-1904
Postcard commemorating 100 Years of the Napoleonic Code in France - 1804-1904. A family dynasty stretching from Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) through to Victor, Prince Napoleon

Background imageDynastic Collection: Ankara - Turkey

Ankara - Turkey
Ankara. The capital city and administrative centre of Turkey, located in Central Anatolia. Established before 1200BC by the Hittites

Background imageDynastic Collection: Egyptian skeleton

Egyptian skeleton
Human remains buried in a wicker coffin. 3000 BC. Old Kingdom or Early Dynastic Period. 1st Dynasty. From Tarkhan. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Uncle and Nephew - King Edward VII and Kaiser Wilhelm II

Uncle and Nephew - King Edward VII and Kaiser Wilhelm II Date: 1907

Background imageDynastic Collection: Royal Gathering at Windsor - European Royalty

Royal Gathering at Windsor - European Royalty - November 17th 1907. This card features the following: The Princess Royal, Duke of Connaught, The Queen of Norway, German Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm II

Background imageDynastic Collection: Royal Game of Ur. Early Dynastic III Period

Royal Game of Ur. Early Dynastic III Period. 2600-2400 BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Commemorative stone stela. Babylonian, about 90

Mesopotamia. Commemorative stone stela. Babylonian, about 900-800 BC. Iraq. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Lions head. Temple of Ninhursag, Tell al-Ubaid

Mesopotamia. Lions head. Temple of Ninhursag, Tell al-Ubaid. Iraq. 2600-2400BC. A guardian figure for the temple. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Statue of Kurlil. From T

Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Statue of Kurlil. From T
Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period. Statue of Kurlil. Found next to the Temple of Ninhursag in Tell al-Ubaid. Southern Iraq. 2500 BC. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Limestone statue of a woman. Kingdom of Lagash

Mesopotamia. Limestone statue of a woman. Kingdom of Lagash. 2500BC. From Tello (ancient Girsu). Iraq. Probably a votive donation in a temple. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Terracotta vase. Probably from Umma. Iraq. Earl

Mesopotamia. Terracotta vase. Probably from Umma. Iraq. Early Dynastic Period. 2330 BC. Document referring to a conflict between the city-states of Umma and Lagash in ancient Sumer

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Clay foundation peg. 1st Dynasty of Lagash. 240

Mesopotamia. Clay foundation peg. 1st Dynasty of Lagash. 2400Bc. From Bad-Tibira. Iraq. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Gypsum statue of a woman. Early Dynatic period

Mesopotamia. Gypsum statue of a woman. Early Dynatic period. 2400-2300 BC. Placed in an temple as an act of decotion. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Baboons statue. Early Dynastic Period. Egypt

Baboons statue. Early Dynastic Period. Egypt
Baboon. Seated figure with the cartouche of King Narmer. Dynasty I. Early Dynastic Period. 3000 BC. Calcite and alabaster. Neues Museum. Berlin. Germany

Background imageDynastic Collection: The Portuguese succession crisis of 1580. The fall of Lisbon

The Portuguese succession crisis of 1580. The fall of Lisbon. Fernando Alvarez de Toledo y Pimentel (1507-1582), 3rd Duke of Alba and supreme commander in Portugal in 1580

Background imageDynastic Collection: Tombstone of Neferseshempepy. Egypt

Tombstone of Neferseshempepy. Egypt
Tombstone of Neferseshempepy, depicted with a scepter and staff with a hieroglyphic inscription. Limestone. 2150 BC. Early Dynastic or Old Kingdom. From Dendera. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Kaitep and his wife Hetepheres

Kaitep and his wife Hetepheres. Seated sculptures of polychromed limestone. 2300 BC. 5th - 6th Dynasties. Early Dynastic Period or Old Kingdom. Possibly from Giza. British Museum. London

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period III. Votive pebble with i

Mesopotamia. Early Dynastic Period III. Votive pebble with inscription. Eanmtum I King. 2424-2405 BC. From Girsu. British Museum. London. England. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Mesopotamia. Foundation nails. 3rd Millenium BC. Bronze. Ir

Mesopotamia. Foundation nails. 3rd Millenium BC. Bronze. Iraq British Museum. London. England. Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Lion-shaped piece of game. Ivory. From a tomb in Abydos. Ear

Lion-shaped piece of game. Ivory. From a tomb in Abydos. Ear
Game piece of ivory in lion-shaped. Found in a tombs in Abydos. 1st Dynasty. Early Dynastic Period. 3000-2890 BC. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek Museum. Copenhagen. Denmark

Background imageDynastic Collection: Finds in various tombs from Abydos. 1st Dynasty. Old Kingdom

Finds in various tombs from Abydos. 1st Dynasty. Old Kingdom
Two game pieces of ivory in lion-shaped, a jar of alabaster, end scraper of flint and five arrow heads of bone. Found in various tombs from Abydos. 1st Dynasty. Early Dynastyc Period. 3000-2890 BC

Background imageDynastic Collection: Hieroglyphic writing. Tombstone of Kaiteps tomb

Hieroglyphic writing. Tombstone of Kaiteps tomb
Hieroglyphic writing on a limestone tombstone of the Kaiteps tomb. 2300 BC. 5th - 6th Dynasties. Early Dynastic Period or Old Kingdom. Possibly from Giza. British Museum. London. United Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Egypt. Elephantine Island

Egypt. Elephantine Island. Remains of a fortress of the Early Dynastic period and a houses of the Fourth Dynasty. Old Kingdom

Background imageDynastic Collection: Margarete Repels Vitalis

Margarete Repels Vitalis
The Regent of Denmark and Norway (and Sweden in 1389) Queen Margrete (1353 - 1412) repels an attack by the Vitali Brothers. This dynastic union lasted until 1523. Date: circa 1380

Background imageDynastic Collection: Processional Way - Ming Tombs, Beijing

Processional Way - Ming Tombs, Beijing
Processional Way with Animal Statues - Ming Tombs, Beijing. Photograph prior to complete French restoration of the site in the late 1920s. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageDynastic Collection: Stone Elephant, Ming Tombs, Beijing

Stone Elephant, Ming Tombs, Beijing
Kneeling Stone Elephant, Sacred Way, The Ming Dynasty Tombs - located some 42 kilometers north-northwest of central Beijing, within the suburban Changping District of Beijing municipality

Background imageDynastic Collection: Kneeling Stone Elephant, Ming Tombs, Beijing

Kneeling Stone Elephant, Ming Tombs, Beijing
Kneeling Stone Elephant, Sacred Way, The Ming Dynasty Tombs - located some 42 kilometers north-northwest of central Beijing, within the suburban Changping District of Beijing municipality

Background imageDynastic Collection: Spain (1977)

Spain (1977). Don Juan de Borbn cedes his dynastic rights to his son Juan Carlos I. From left to right, Infanta Elena, Prince

Background imageDynastic Collection: Napoleon & Josephine

Napoleon & Josephine
Napoleon tells Josephine he is going to divorce her for dynastic reasons : he wants a son, so its a case of Not tonight, Josephine, nor any other night ! She faints


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