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Navarre Collection

Background imageNavarre Collection: Queen Berengaria

Queen Berengaria
BERENGARIA (1165 - 1230) Daughter of Sancho VI of Navarre, she became the Queen of Richard I of England while he was crusading

Background imageNavarre Collection: Day before of the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) with

Day before of the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) with
History of Spain. Day before of the Battle of Las Navas de Tolosa (1212) in which Alfonso VIII of Castile defeated the Almohad army of Caliph al-Nasir Muhammed. Colored engraving

Background imageNavarre Collection: Church of San Martin de Tours. Detail. Miracle of St. Martin

Church of San Martin de Tours. Detail. Miracle of St. Martin of Tours. Painting. 14th century. Ecay. Navarre. Spain

Background imageNavarre Collection: Francis Xavier (1506-1552). Basque Roman Catholic missionary

Francis Xavier (1506-1552). Basque Roman Catholic missionary into Asia. Jesuit. Staute. Pamplena Cathedral. Navarre. Spain

Background imageNavarre Collection: Annunciation to the Shepherds. 14th Century

Annunciation to the Shepherds. 14th Century
Gothic art. 14th Century. Annunciation to the Shepherds. Chapel of the Church of St. Peter of Olite. Museum of Navarre. Pamplona. Spain

Background imageNavarre Collection: Henri Iv, his Birth

Henri Iv, his Birth
HENRI IV, KING OF FRANCE his birth : his mother, Jeanne d Albret, queen of Navarre, is surrounded by courtiers, but the jester doesn t seem at all interested, nor does the dog

Background imageNavarre Collection: Henri IV of France

Henri IV of France
HENRI IV, King of France and Navarre

Background imageNavarre Collection: Antoine, King of Navarre, and Jeanne III, Queen of Navarre

Antoine, King of Navarre, and Jeanne III, Queen of Navarre. From a miniature painting. Chromolithograph from Hefner-Altenecks Costumes

Background imageNavarre Collection: The petard, a medieval explosive device

The petard, a medieval explosive device in the form of a metal cone filled with gunpowder attached to a gate to blow it open. Invented in France in 1579 for Henri IV, King of Navarre

Background imageNavarre Collection: Maria Theresa of Spain, wife of King Louis XIV, 1638-1683

Maria Theresa of Spain, wife of King Louis XIV, 1638-1683. Marie Therese d Autriche, Reine de France et de Navarre. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio X

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Francis I of France and His Sister

King Francis I of France and His Sister (Marguerite de Navarre) Date: circa 1530s

Background imageNavarre Collection: Spain, Navarre, Carcastillo. Monastery of La Oliva

Spain, Navarre, Carcastillo. Monastery of La Oliva. Cistercian monastery built in the 12th and 13th centuries. Facade. Date: 2011

Background imageNavarre Collection: Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Sepulcher of Queen Blanche d

Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Sepulcher of Queen Blanche d
Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Queen Consort, wife of Sancho III, king of Castile. Sepulcher of Queen Blanche depicting her death giving birth to her son, the future King Alfonso VIII of Castile

Background imageNavarre Collection: Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Death of the Queen giving bi

Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Death of the Queen giving bi
Blanche of Navarre (1137-1156). Queen Consort, wife of Sancho III, king of Castile. Death of the Queen giving birth to her son, the future King Alfonso VIII of Castile. Relief

Background imageNavarre Collection: Tomb of King Henry IV and Joan of Navarre

Tomb of King Henry IV and Joan of Navarre
The tomb of King Henry IV (1366-1413) of England and his Queen, Joan of Navarre, in Canterbury Cathedral

Background imageNavarre Collection: Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Gun shooting over

Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). Gun shooting over Navarre

Background imageNavarre Collection: ETIENNE MARCEL 2

ETIENNE MARCEL 2
Marcel, seeking reform and hostile to Jean II and his son, the future Charles V, prepares to open the Paris gates to the king of Navarre but is murdered by Maillart. Date: 31 July 1358

Background imageNavarre Collection: HENRI III AND IV

HENRI III AND IV
Henri III, on his deathbed after being fatally stabbed by the fanatically Catholic monk Jacques Clement, recognises Henri of Navarre as his successor (Henri IV). Date: 1 August 1589

Background imageNavarre Collection: King of Navarre, roi de Navarre

King of Navarre, roi de Navarre. Chromolithograph from Loredan Larcheys Ancien Armorial Equestre de la Toison d Or et de l Europe au 15e siecle

Background imageNavarre Collection: Marguerite de Navarre, sister of King Francis I, 1492-1549

Marguerite de Navarre, sister of King Francis I, 1492-1549. (Titled Margurite de Valois in error.) She wears a cap of ribbons decorated with jewels and pearls

Background imageNavarre Collection: Prague as Henri de Navarre in Henri IV, 1846

Prague as Henri de Navarre in Henri IV, 1846
French actor Prague as Henri de Navarre in Henri IV by Saint-Hilaire and Michel Delaporte, Cirque Olympique, 1846. Handcoloured lithograph after an illustration by Alexandre Lacauchie from Victor

Background imageNavarre Collection: French actor Prague as Henri de Navarre in Henri IV, 1846

French actor Prague as Henri de Navarre in Henri IV, 1846
French actor Prague as Henri de Navarre in Henri IV by Saint-Hilaire and Michel Delaporte, Cirque Olympique, 1846. Handcoloured lithograph after an illustration by Alexandre Lacauchie from Victor

Background imageNavarre Collection: Marie Leczinska, Queen of France and Navarre

Marie Leczinska, Queen of France and Navarre, wife of King Louis XV. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in the chateau de Luneville from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XV, Roi de France et de Navarre

King Louis XV, Roi de France et de Navarre, in his coronation robes and wearing the crown of Charlemagne 1722. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres portfolio from Le

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre, 1697

King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre, 1697. Handcoloured lithograph by Breton after a print by Bonnard from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes Historiques de la France

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre, 1670

King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre, 1670. Handcoloured lithograph by Breton after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio X 50 from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre, 1660

King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre, 1660. Handcoloured lithograph by Breton after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio X 49 from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre

King Louis XIV, Roi de France et de Navarre. Handcoloured lithograph by Breton after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio X 47 from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XIII of France and Navarre, 1630

King Louis XIII of France and Navarre, 1630. Handcoloured lithograph after a 1630 print from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes Historiques de la France (Historical Costumes of France)

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Louis XIII of France and Navarre

King Louis XIII of France and Navarre, in his youth. Handcoloured lithograph after a contemporary print from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul Lacroixs Costumes Historiques de la France

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Henry IV of France and Navarre

King Henry IV of France and Navarre. He wears the cross of the Order of the Holy Spirit on his chest. Drawn and lithographed by Alexandre Massard after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery

Background imageNavarre Collection: Jeanne d Albret, Jeanne II, Queen of Navarre

Jeanne d Albret, Jeanne II, Queen of Navarre
Jeanne d Albret, Jeanne II, queen of Navarre, reign of King Charles IX of France. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio IX 17 from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka

Background imageNavarre Collection: Antoine de Bourbon, King of Navarre

Antoine de Bourbon, King of Navarre, reign of King Charles IX of France. Handcoloured lithograph after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres gallery portfolio IX 16 from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul

Background imageNavarre Collection: Henri d Albert, King of Navarre

Henri d Albert, King of Navarre
King Henry II of Navarre. Henri d Albert, King of Navarre 1505-1555, reign of King Henri II of France. He holds a daisy or marguerite

Background imageNavarre Collection: Marguerite de Navarre, Margaret of France, 1523-1574

Marguerite de Navarre, Margaret of France, 1523-1574
Marguerite de Navarre, Marguerite de Valois, Margaret of France, daughter of King Francis I of France 1523-1574. Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard after a portrait in Roger de Gaignieres

Background imageNavarre Collection: Marguerite de Valois, Queen of Navarre 1492-1549

Marguerite de Valois, Queen of Navarre 1492-1549
Marguerite de Valois, Marguerite d Angouleme, Queen of Navarre, wife of Henry II of Navarre, 1492-1549. Handcoloured lithograph after a 16th century French print from Le Bibliophile Jacob aka Paul

Background imageNavarre Collection: Catherine de Foix, Queen of Navarre, 1468-1517

Catherine de Foix, Queen of Navarre, 1468-1517. Handcoloured lithograph after a stained-glass window in the chapel at the chateau of Plessis-Boure in Roger de Gaignieres portfolio VII 67 from Le

Background imageNavarre Collection: King Charles II of Navarre, le Mauvais, comte

King Charles II of Navarre, le Mauvais, comte d Evreux, 1332-1387. Handcoloured lithograph by Leopold Massard after a stained-glass window in Notre-Dame d Evreux in Roger de Gaignieres portfolio V 19

Background imageNavarre Collection: Azucarero Bridge, Estella-Lizarra, Navarre, Spain

Azucarero Bridge, Estella-Lizarra, Navarre, Spain
Azucarero Bridge in the town of Estella-Lizarra, Navarre, Spain. Date: circa 1908

Background imageNavarre Collection: SATIRE ON HENRI III

SATIRE ON HENRI III
Henri III, murdered by the monk Jacques Clement with the encouragement of the Catholic League, is conveyed to Hell for his wickedness in making a deal with Henri de Navarre. Date: 1 August 1589

Background imageNavarre Collection: NOLLET LECTURES 1754

NOLLET LECTURES 1754
JEAN-ANTOINE (abbe) NOLLET gives a course in physics at the College de Navarre, Paris, where he is professor Date: 1754

Background imageNavarre Collection: JOAN OF NAVARRE

JOAN OF NAVARRE Consort of Henry IV (as her 2nd husband); Engraving based on her tomb at Canterbury Date: 1370 - 1437

Background imageNavarre Collection: Pavilion de Navarre, Evreux, Eure, Normandy, France

Pavilion de Navarre, Evreux, Eure, Normandy, France. Date: circa 1905

Background imageNavarre Collection: Sancho VII the Strong (1154-1234). King of Navarre (1194-123

Sancho VII the Strong (1154-1234). King of Navarre (1194-1234). Battle. Colored engraving

Background imageNavarre Collection: Mozarabic art. 10th century. Codex Vigilanus or Albeldensis

Mozarabic art. 10th century. Codex Vigilanus or Albeldensis, (976). The nine portraits. Page showing three visigothic kings, three kings of Navarre and three scribes of the codex

Background imageNavarre Collection: Charlemagnes Chess set from the 14th century. Museum at Ron

Charlemagnes Chess set from the 14th century. Museum at Ron
Charlemagnes Chess set from the 14th century. Stamps of Montpellier. Museum at Roncesvalles. Navarre. Spain

Background imageNavarre Collection: Consecration of king Charles X of France (1757-1826) in the

Consecration of king Charles X of France (1757-1826) in the
Charles X (1757-1836). King of France and Navarre. Consecration of Charles X of France in the Cathedral of Reims, on May 29, 1825. Engraving by Kaeseberg. History of France, 1881. Colored

Background imageNavarre Collection: Roman ruins of Andelos. Mendigorria. Navarre. Spain

Roman ruins of Andelos. Mendigorria. Navarre. Spain
Roman ruins of Andelos I-II centuries. Overview of the baths. Mendigorria. Navarre. Spain



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