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Images Dated 6th January 2014

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Engraving: Ancona, Italy Featured 6 Jan 2014 Print

Engraving: Ancona, Italy

Engraved illustrations of the City of Ancona, Italy from Iconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature and Art, Published in 1851. Copyright has expired on this artwork. Digitally restored

© Craig McCausland

462950621, Ancona, Art, Cartography, Chart, City, Diagram, Drawing, Engraved Image, Europe, European Culture, History, Illustration And Painting, Image Created 19th Century, Italian Culture, Italy, Map, Plan, Science, Tourism, Travel, Urban Scene, World Map

In the Cavalry Camp at Devna Featured 6 Jan 2014 Print

In the Cavalry Camp at Devna

In the Cavalry Camp at Devna (Young Cornet) ?I say Charley, do you think now that in the event of our being sent to Sebastopol, the Infantry will be required to accompany us?'.Pen and ink and watercolour by 2/Lt W T Markham (1830-1886), 2nd Battalion Rifle Brigade, 1854 (c). From an album of watercolour paintings and sketches by Colonel William Markham, 1820 (c) and 2/Lt William Thomas Markham (1830-1886), 2nd Bn, Rifle Brigade, relating to the Crimean War (1854-1856), 1854 (c).A satire on the self-sufficient young cavalry officer who imagines that the mounted arm can accomplish everything by itself. By the late summer of 1854, after The Times had editorialised on the need to extirpate Russian naval power in the Black Sea by attacking Sevastopol, it was generally understood in the Army that the port would be its objective. Date: 1856

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

Model of the Chruch of the Holy Sepulcher. 17th-18th century Featured 6 Jan 2014 Print

Model of the Chruch of the Holy Sepulcher. 17th-18th century

Model of the Chruch of the Holy Sepulcher. Wood inlaid with mother-of-pear. 17th-18th century. Gift of Morris Shalom, Paris, in memory of Sarah Shalom. The model was constructed according to plans presented in a book by Bernardino Amico, a priest who served in the Holy Land form 1593 to 1597. Rockefeller Archaeological Museum. Jerusalem. Israel

© Thaliastock / Mary Evans