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Etna Collection

Background imageEtna Collection: Cross Section of the Volcano, Mount Etna

Cross Section of the Volcano, Mount Etna
Cross-section of the Mount Etna volcano in Sicily, Italy, in 1910. This image shows the eruption of lava, which was taking place that year, heading towards the town of Nicolosi

Background imageEtna Collection: Etna, Sicily after volcano eruption, Italy

Etna, Sicily after volcano eruption, Italy

Background imageEtna Collection: Etna destroyed by volcano eruption, probably early 1900s

Etna destroyed by volcano eruption, probably early 1900s

Background imageEtna Collection: Demons - Dagobert

Demons - Dagobert
When the Frankish king DAGOBERT dies, demons take him by sea to Etna, where the entrance to Hell is located, but a posse of airborne saints rescue him just in time 638

Background imageEtna Collection: Catani Italy with a view of the volcano Mount Etna

Catani Italy with a view of the volcano Mount Etna
Vintage 19th century photograph: Catani Italy with a view of the volcano Mount Etna

Background imageEtna Collection: Advert, Etna Iron & Steel Co, Motherwell, Scotland

Advert, Etna Iron & Steel Co, Motherwell, Scotland
Advert for the Etna Iron & Steel Co, Motherwell, Scotland. 1905

Background imageEtna Collection: Comparison of mountain heights

Comparison of mountain heights including Dhaulagiri in the Himalayas, Chimborazo, Mont Blanc, Mount Etna, and the mountain towns of Chota (Micuipampa), Quito, and Cinchoma

Background imageEtna Collection: Advert for Arden Hills & Co new patent gas fires 1888

Advert for Arden Hills & Co new patent gas fires 1888
Patent asbestos gas fires by Arden Hill s, tiled hearth and brass rail, pattern, no sheet-iron parts, large fire front, hook at back, new burner, fall-down trivet

Background imageEtna Collection: Cartoon, Mount Etna in a state of Eruption

Cartoon, Mount Etna in a state of Eruption. 20th century

Background imageEtna Collection: Etna Crater in 1834

Etna Crater in 1834
The crater of Mount Etna, Sicily, is continually being modified by eruptions : this is how it appears in 1834, before the massive 1869 eruption changes it again. Date: 1834

Background imageEtna Collection: Etna, Giardini and Schiso from Taormina, Sicily, Italy

Etna, Giardini and Schiso from Taormina, Sicily, Italy
A view of Etna, Giardini and Schiso from Taormina, Sicily

Background imageEtna Collection: Spring-time in Syracuse, Etna in the distance, Italy

Spring-time in Syracuse, Etna in the distance, Italy. Syracuse is a historic city in Sicily, the capital of the province of Syracuse

Background imageEtna Collection: Sicily - Catania Cathedral

Sicily - Catania Cathedral
Black and white Victorian lantern slide of the Catania Cathedral. Entitled to Saint Agatha, the church has been destroyed

Background imageEtna Collection: The Valle del Bove - Etna

The Valle del Bove - Etna
Frontispiece to vol. 2 of Charles Lyells Principles of geology, depicting Mount Etna. View of the Valle del Bove Etna. Date: 1830

Background imageEtna Collection: Taormina, Sicily, Italy - Greek Theatre

Taormina, Sicily, Italy - Greek Theatre. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageEtna Collection: Bove Valley, nr Mount Etna, Sicily

Bove Valley, nr Mount Etna, Sicily
Plate from Principles of Geology (1830-33) Vol. II, by C. Lyell, illustrating the Bove Valley, near Mount Etna, Sicily

Background imageEtna Collection: Mount Etna

Mount Etna

Background imageEtna Collection: Picture No. 10514132

Picture No. 10514132
Mount Etna, Sicily, Italy, 11 October 1892 Date: 11th October 1892

Background imageEtna Collection: A selection of etnas, egg steamers, poachers and whisks

A selection of etnas, egg steamers, poachers and whisks

Background imageEtna Collection: Lear / Nonsense / Gretna

Lear / Nonsense / Gretna
There was an Old Person from Gretna, who rushed down the crater of Etna; When they said, Is it hot? he replied, No, its not! That mendacious Old Person of Gretna

Background imageEtna Collection: Etna / Giant Enceladus

Etna / Giant Enceladus
The giant Enceladus is buried under Mount Etna

Background imageEtna Collection: ETNA IN 1815

ETNA IN 1815
A striking view of the crater of Mount Etna, Sicily, in relatively tranquil mode, with plumes rising from five separate cones or vents or fumaroles


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