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Choose from 28 pictures in our Rams collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Two Swaledale rams behind a farm gate, Coverdale
Two Swaledale rams behind a farm gate, Coverdale
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Rams Island, Lough Neagh from Glenavy
Rams Island, Lough Neagh from Glenavy
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British Sub Rammed
British Sub Rammed
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Badger Rams U-Boat 1914
Badger Rams U-Boat 1914
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Devil's claw, Proboscidea fragrans
Devil's claw, Proboscidea fragrans
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John Flaxman's wine vase
John Flaxman's wine vase
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Battering rams attacking castle walls
Battering rams attacking castle walls
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Ancient Roman Circus and chariot race
Ancient Roman Circus and chariot race
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Mouflon rams, European wild sheep
Mouflon rams, European wild sheep
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Ram caught in a thicket, Ur
Ram caught in a thicket, Ur
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Luxor, Karnak, Egypt - Avenue of the ram-headed Sphinxes
Luxor, Karnak, Egypt - Avenue of the ram-headed Sphinxes
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WW1 - Second Battle of Dover Strait - HMS Broke rams Germans
WW1 - Second Battle of Dover Strait - HMS Broke rams Germans
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Battering rams attacking castle walls Featured Image

Battering rams attacking castle walls

Battering ram and two types of borers to pierce walls at top, and two rams below, one supported by a triangle and the other borne on soldiers shoulders. Copperplate engraving from Francis Grose's Military Antiquities respecting a History of the English Army, Stockdale, London, 1812. Battering ram and two types of borers to pierce walls at top, and two rams below, one supported by a triangle and the other borne on soldiers shoulders. Copperplate engraving from Francis Grose's Military Antiquities respecting a History of the English Army, Stockdale, London, 1812. Date:

© Florilegius/Mary Evans

WW1 - HMS Birmingham sinking the German U-15 U-Boat
WW1 - HMS Birmingham sinking the German U-15 U-Boat
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WW1 - HMS Badger rams U-19 German Navy U-Boat, 1914
WW1 - HMS Badger rams U-19 German Navy U-Boat, 1914
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People of the Plains, after sketches by Johann Moritz
People of the Plains, after sketches by Johann Moritz
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Scottish shepherd, illustration from The illustrated
Scottish shepherd, illustration from The illustrated
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Ramses III. 1180 BC. Egyptian art. New Kingdom
Ramses III. 1180 BC. Egyptian art. New Kingdom
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India - Shrine at Rams Birthplace, Fyzabad
India - Shrine at Rams Birthplace, Fyzabad
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Prize rams, Burrawang Station, Australia
Prize rams, Burrawang Station, Australia
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Egypt/Banebdjedet
Egypt/Banebdjedet
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Jewish Shophar
Jewish Shophar
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Temple of Isis. EGYPT. Philae. Temple of Isis
Temple of Isis. EGYPT. Philae. Temple of Isis
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The Splendid Naval Triumph on the Mississippi
The Splendid Naval Triumph on the Mississippi
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Scene in a sporting arena, India
Scene in a sporting arena, India
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WW1 - HMS Badger rams U-19 German Navy U-Boat, 1914 Featured Image

WW1 - HMS Badger rams U-19 German Navy U-Boat, 1914

WW1 - HMS Badger was an Acheron-class destroyer of the Royal Navy. She was the eighth Royal Navy ship that served during the First World War. The ramming of U-19 became the first allied ship to successfully attack a German Navy U-boat. The Badger's searchlights are turned on as it back away after the ramming. When she rammed U-19 off the Dutch coast U-19, it was severely damaged but managed to return to port, was repaired and survived the war. Date: 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Naval Ramming, 1811
Naval Ramming, 1811
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Birmingham Rams U15 1914
Birmingham Rams U15 1914
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Welsh Sheep Farming
Welsh Sheep Farming
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Harland & Wolff Collection - National Museums NI
Harland & Wolff Collection - National Museums NI
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