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Hispania Collection

Background imageHispania Collection: Visigothic Code or Liber Iudiciorum or Lex Visigothorum

Visigothic Code or Liber Iudiciorum or Lex Visigothorum. Set of laws promulgated by the Visigothic king of Hispania, Chindasuinth and enlarged by Recceswinth (654).Vit. 14-5. I foliate I

Background imageHispania Collection: Roman art. Statue of a young athlete. National Archaeologica

Roman art. Statue of a young athlete. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Sancho IV of Castile (1258-1295). King of Castille, Leon

Sancho IV of Castile (1258-1295). King of Castille, Leon and Galicia from 1284-1295. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Entrance of the Visigoth king Wamba into Toledo

Entrance of the Visigoth king Wamba into Toledo
Wamba (c. 630-688). Visigoth king of Hispania (672-680). Entrance of Wamba to the city of Toledo. Illustration by J. Alaminos. Chromolithography

Background imageHispania Collection: Archaeological Museum of Cambre. Roman Villa of Cambre

Archaeological Museum of Cambre. Roman Villa of Cambre
Spain, Galicia, La Coruna province. Archaeological Museum of Cambre. Roman Villa of Cambre. Dated between the 2nd and 4th centuries AD. View of the archaeological remains. Date: 2021

Background imageHispania Collection: Spain, Valencia province. Pena Cortada Aqueduct. Near Chelva

Spain, Valencia province. Pena Cortada Aqueduct. Near Chelva. The aqueduct dates from the end of the 1st or the beginning of the 2nd century. Engraving by Capuz, 19th century. Illustration by Letre

Background imageHispania Collection: Spain, Castellon province. Arch of Cabanes

Spain, Castellon province. Arch of Cabanes. Roman triumphal arch dated from the 2nd century AD, located beside the route of the former Via Augusta. Illustration by Letre

Background imageHispania Collection: Spain, province of Valencia, Sagunto

Spain, province of Valencia, Sagunto. View of the ruins of the Roman Theater. Illustration by Sesma. Engraving by Sierra, 19th century. Cronica General de Espana

Background imageHispania Collection: Trajan (53-117). Roman emperor (98-117). Engraving

Trajan (53-117). Roman emperor (98-117). Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Later colouration. Date: 2020

Background imageHispania Collection: Noble visigoth. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883

Noble visigoth. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883
Early Medieval Period. Iberian Peninsula. Noble visigoth. Engraving. Museo Militar, 1883. Date: 2019

Background imageHispania Collection: Roman head of God Serapis, 2nd century AD

Roman head of God Serapis, 2nd century AD. Marble. From Cerro de San Albin (Merida, Extremadura, Spain). National Museum of Roman Art. Merida, Badajoz province, Extremadura, Spain. Date: 2014

Background imageHispania Collection: God Pluto. Roman sculpture, 2nd century AD

God Pluto. Roman sculpture, 2nd century AD
Sculpture of God Pluto. 2nd century AD. Marble. From the Roman Theatre of Merida (Emerita Augusta), Spain. National Museum of Roman Art. Merida, Badajoz province, Extremadura, Spain. Date: 2014

Background imageHispania Collection: 1st Century BC 2nd AD Ancient Age Romans Andalusia

1st Century BC 2nd AD Ancient Age Romans Andalusia
1st, century, BC, 2nd, AD, ancient, age, romans, Andalusia, andalusian, art, Barcelona, province, Carmona, Catalonia, death, Episcopal, Museum, funerary, Hispania, Baetica, history, interior, lead

Background imageHispania Collection: Spain. Aragon. Fabara. Roman mausoleum of Lucius Emilio Lupu

Spain. Aragon. Fabara. Roman mausoleum of Lucius Emilio Lupu
Roman mausoleum of Lucius Emilio Lupus. 2nd century AC. Main facade with four columns. Fabara. Aragon. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Spain. Italica. Roman city founded c. 206 BC. Thermae, Large

Spain. Italica. Roman city founded c. 206 BC. Thermae, Large Baths. Near Santiponce. Ruins. Andalusia

Background imageHispania Collection: Tariq ibn Ziyad (670-722)

Tariq ibn Ziyad (670-722). Muslim General of the Berber tribe of Nafza who led the Muslim conquest of the Visigothic Hispania. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Different types of roman amphorae. 2nd century BC-3rd centur

Different types of roman amphorae. 2nd century BC-3rd centur
Different types of amphorae. From left to right: wine amphora, 1st century AD, from Rome; amphora for fish, 1st century AD, from Spain; wine amphora, 2nd-1st centuries BC

Background imageHispania Collection: Roderic. Visigoth king (709-711)

Roderic. Visigoth king (709-711). He lost the throne when the peninsula was invaded by the Muslims. Colored engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: VIRIATHUS (190-139 BC). Leader of the Lusitanian

VIRIATHUS (190-139 BC). Leader of the Lusitanian people that resisted Roman expansion into the regions of western Hispania. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Urgell Beatus. 10th c. Illuminated manuscript and medieval c

Urgell Beatus. 10th c. Illuminated manuscript and medieval c
Urgell Beatus. 10th century. Illuminated manuscript and medieval commentary. Diocesan Museum of La Seu d Urgell. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Votive crown of Recceswinth, found in the treasure of Guarra

Votive crown of Recceswinth, found in the treasure of Guarra
Votive crown of the Visigoth king Recceswinth, made of gold and precious stones in the 2nd half of the 7th century. Treasure of Guarrazar. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Mosaic, 4th century. Roman gladiator. Thracians

Mosaic, 4th century. Roman gladiator. Thracians
Roman art. Mosaic, 4th century. Roman gladiator. Thracians (small rectangular shield called a parmula and short sword called sica and armoured greaves

Background imageHispania Collection: Spain. Italica. House of Hylas. Domus roman. Mosaic

Spain. Italica. House of Hylas. Domus roman. Mosaic
Spain. Andalusia. Roman city of Italica. Founded in 206 BC. House of Hylas. Domus roman. Mosaic

Background imageHispania Collection: Romanesque Art. Spain. Chest of Saint Aemilian of Cogolla. I

Romanesque Art. Spain. Chest of Saint Aemilian of Cogolla. I
Romanesque Art. Spain. Chest of Saint Aemilian of Cogolla. Middle of 11th century. Decorated with ivory carvings that represents his life

Background imageHispania Collection: Trajan (53 AD-117 AD). Roman Emperor. Bust

Trajan (53 AD-117 AD). Roman Emperor. Bust
Trajan (53 AD-117 AD). Was Roman Emperor from 98 AD until his death. Bust shows him with the civic crown, sword belt and aegis (a divine weapon). Glyptothek. Munich. Germany

Background imageHispania Collection: Roman Art. Spain. Altar stone. Inscription: Caecilia Moscich

Roman Art. Spain. Altar stone. Inscription: Caecilia Moscichies. C. 2nd century AD. National Museum of Roman Art. Merida. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (c. 35-c. 100). Roman rhetorician

Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (c. 35-c. 100). Roman rhetorician from Hispania. Statue. Calahorra. La Rioja. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Third Council of Toledo, (589) chaired by Reccared I (d. 601

Third Council of Toledo, (589) chaired by Reccared I (d. 601
Third Council of Toledo (589), chaired by Reccared I (d. 601), Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia (586-601). Nineteenth-century colored engraving. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Medina Azahara. House of Viziers. Andalusia. Spain

Medina Azahara. House of Viziers. Andalusia. Spain
Islamic Art. Umayyad period. Spain. 10th century. Medina Azahara (936-960). Palace city of the Caliph Abd al-Rahman III. House of Viziers. Andalusia

Background imageHispania Collection: Emporium. Greek colony

Emporium. Greek colony
Greek Art. Emporium (Ampurias). Greek colony founded by the greeks of Foci, 570 BC. Statue of Asclepius. God of medicin. Neapolis. Girona province. Catalonia. Spain. Europe

Background imageHispania Collection: Atlas Novus, 17th c Map of Mexico

Atlas Novus, 17th c Map of Mexico
BLAEU, Jan (1596-1673). Atlas Novus or Atlas Maior. 1635 - 1665. Nova Hispania et Nova Galicia. Map of the viceroyalty of Spain and New Mexico. Printed in Amsterdam in 1645. Etching. SPAIN

Background imageHispania Collection: Map of Europe, 1550

Map of Europe, 1550
Europe, as conceived in 1550

Background imageHispania Collection: Roman weight for a loom. From Alcolea del Rio, Andalusia

Roman weight for a loom. From Alcolea del Rio, Andalusia
Weight for a loom. Roman age. From Alcolea del Rio, Andalusia. Episcopal Museum. Vic. Catalonia. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Roman bronze

Roman bronze helmet. National Archaeological Museum. Madrid. Spain

Background imageHispania Collection: Chindasuinth (563-653). Visigothic King

Chindasuinth (563-653). Visigothic King of Hispania, from 642-653. Portrait. Engraving. Colored

Background imageHispania Collection: Alfons VI of Leon and Castile (1040-1109). Nicknamed The Bra

Alfons VI of Leon and Castile (1040-1109). Nicknamed The Brave or the Valiant. Portrait. Engraving. Colored

Background imageHispania Collection: Gundemar. Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galici

Gundemar. Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia (610-612). Portrait. Engraving. Colored

Background imageHispania Collection: Wamba (died 687). King of the Visigoths

Wamba (died 687). King of the Visigoths from 672 - 680. During his reign the Visigothic kingdom encompassed all of Hispania and part of southern Gaul known as Septimania. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Egica, Ergica or Egicca (610-701 / 703). Visigoth King of Hisp

Egica, Ergica or Egicca (610-701 / 703). Visigoth King of Hisp
Egica, Ergica or Egicca (610-701/703). Visigoth King of Hispania and Septimania from 687-703. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Tulga (living 642). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania

Tulga (living 642). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia from 640 to 642. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Chintila (639-640). Visigothic King

Chintila (639-640). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia from 636. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Sisenand or Sisinand (605-636). Visigothic King

Sisenand or Sisinand (605-636). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia (631-636). Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Sisebut - Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galici

Sisebut - Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galici
Sisebut (ca. 565620 or 621). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia from 612 until his death. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Liuva II (583-603). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania

Liuva II (583-603). Visigothic King of Hispania, Septimania and Galicia from 601-603. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Liuvigild (525-586). Visigothic King

Liuvigild (525-586). Visigothic King of Hispania and Septimania from 568 -585. From 585 he was also king of Galicia. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Theudigisel. King of the Visigoths in Hispania and Septimani

Theudigisel. King of the Visigoths in Hispania and Septimania (548549). Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Theudis. King of the Visigoths in Hispania from 531-548

Theudis. King of the Visigoths in Hispania from 531-548. Portrait. Engraving

Background imageHispania Collection: Gesalec. King of the Visigoths from 507-511

Gesalec. King of the Visigoths from 507-511, and died in 513. Illegitamate son of Alaric II. Portrait. Engraving



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