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Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernan Cortes in the battle of Otumba, July 7, 1520

Hernan Cortes in the battle of Otumba, July 7, 1520

Background imageConqueror Collection: Charlemagne destroys a pagan idol, (1936). Creator: Unknown

Charlemagne destroys a pagan idol, (1936). Creator: Unknown
Charlemagne destroys a pagan idol, (1936). Sturz Der Irmensaule Durch Karl Den Grossen, 772 AD. According to medieval sources, Charlemagne

Background imageConqueror Collection: Conqueror, August 8, 1891, 1891 Aug 8. Creator: Unknown

Conqueror, August 8, 1891, 1891 Aug 8. Creator: Unknown
Conqueror, August 8, 1891, 1891 Aug 8

Background imageConqueror Collection: Alexander the Great Plans World Conquest, n.d. Creator: Antoine Dieu

Alexander the Great Plans World Conquest, n.d. Creator: Antoine Dieu
Alexander the Great Plans World Conquest, n.d

Background imageConqueror Collection: Ermak - Conqueror of Siberia, 1856. Creator: Ivan Dem'ianovich Bulychev

Ermak - Conqueror of Siberia, 1856. Creator: Ivan Dem'ianovich Bulychev
Ermak - Conqueror of Siberia, 1856. From Puteshestviye po Vostochnoy Sibiri I. Bulychova. Chast 1-ya. Poyezdka v Kamchatku (A journey across eastern Siberia: Part 1, Trip to Kamchatka)

Background imageConqueror Collection: The Final Assault on Constantinople, (29 May 1453), 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Final Assault on Constantinople, (29 May 1453), 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Final Assault on Constantinople, (29 May 1453), 1890. The Fall of Constantinople - capture of the Byzantine Empires capital under Constantine XI Palaiologos by an invading Ottoman army under

Background imageConqueror Collection: Plate 29: Germany conquered by Drusus; from Guillielmus Becanuss Serenissimi Principis F... 1636

Plate 29: Germany conquered by Drusus; from Guillielmus Becanuss Serenissimi Principis F... 1636. Creator: Jacob Neeffs
Plate 29: Germany conquered by Drusus; from Guillielmus Becanuss Serenissimi Principis Ferdinandi, Hispaniarum Infantis... 1636

Background imageConqueror Collection: Apelles Painting Alexander and Campaspe. Creator: Master IQV

Apelles Painting Alexander and Campaspe. Creator: Master IQV
Apelles Painting Alexander and Campaspe

Background imageConqueror Collection: The Tow Boat Conqueror, 1852. Creator: James Guy Evans

The Tow Boat Conqueror, 1852. Creator: James Guy Evans
The Tow Boat Conqueror, 1852

Background imageConqueror Collection: Mohammed II Encouraging His Seamen, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Mohammed II Encouraging His Seamen, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Mohammed II Encouraging His Seamen, 1890. Mehmed the Conqueror (1432-1481) Otoman Sultan described as the lord of the two lands and two seas (the Aegean and Black seas)

Background imageConqueror Collection: Charlemagne enters Pavia, (1936). Creator: Unknown

Charlemagne enters Pavia, (1936). Creator: Unknown
Charlemagne enters Pavia, (1936). Einzug Karls Des Grossen in Pavia, 774 AD. The Lombards surrender to Charlemagne, King of the Franks (742-814 AD)

Background imageConqueror Collection: Francisco Pizarro (1475-1541), Spanish conqueror

Francisco Pizarro (1475-1541), Spanish conqueror

Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernandez Cortes, Spanish conquistador, 16th century

Hernandez Cortes, Spanish conquistador, 16th century. Cortes (1485-1547) arriving in Mexico followed by his black servant and preceeded by La Malinche, his interpreter and mistress

Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernan Cortes meeting the Aztec Emperor Montezuma, 1519

Hernan Cortes meeting the Aztec Emperor Montezuma, 1519. Cortes (1485-1547) was the Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico and overthrew the Aztec Empire

Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish conqueror

Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish conqueror

Background imageConqueror Collection: Alexander the Great of Macedonia, (1902)

Alexander the Great of Macedonia, (1902). From Imhoof Blumers Portrait Heads on Coins of Hellenic Nations. In only 13 years

Background imageConqueror Collection: Alexander the Great, Lubok print, 1869

Alexander the Great, Lubok print, 1869. Lubok (plural Lubki) prints were Russian popular prints with simple graphics portraying stories derived from literature, religion and popular tales

Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico

Hernan Cortes (1485-1547), Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico
Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico. Cortes (1485-1547) landed in Mexico in 1519. With a force of only some 600 men, he succeeded in overthrowing the empire of the Aztecs

Background imageConqueror Collection: Benalcazar Sebastian (1480-1551), Spanish conqueror

Benalcazar Sebastian (1480-1551), Spanish conqueror

Background imageConqueror Collection: An illuminated initial in a page of the Chronicle of James I or Llibre dels feyts

An illuminated initial in a page of the Chronicle of James I or Llibre dels feyts del Rey en Jacme

Background imageConqueror Collection: Illuminated page of the Chronicle of James I or Llibre dels feyts del Rey en Jacme

Illuminated page of the Chronicle of James I or Llibre dels feyts del Rey en Jacme

Background imageConqueror Collection: Pedro de Valdivia (1497-1553) Spanish conqueror and military

Pedro de Valdivia (1497-1553) Spanish conqueror and military

Background imageConqueror Collection: Entry of Hernan Cortes in Tlaxcala, series of Paintings Conquest of Mexico

Entry of Hernan Cortes in Tlaxcala, series of Paintings Conquest of Mexico

Background imageConqueror Collection: Baptism of the King of Texcoco in the presence of Hernan Cortes series

Baptism of the King of Texcoco in the presence of Hernan Cortes series of Paintings Conquest of America

Background imageConqueror Collection: Interview in Alcaniz of the King James I the Conqueror (1213 - 1276) with Hugo Forcalquer

Interview in Alcaniz of the King James I the Conqueror (1213 - 1276) with Hugo Forcalquer and Blasco of Aragon before the conquest of Valencia, 1232

Background imageConqueror Collection: Francisco Pizarro and his companions are on the Gorgona island, engraving from 1726

Francisco Pizarro and his companions are on the Gorgona island, engraving from 1726, with the portrait of Diego de Almagro (1472-1538). Spanish conqueror

Background imageConqueror Collection: Juan Ponce fights with the Florida people and they are going to be killed, engraving

Juan Ponce fights with the Florida people and they are going to be killed, engraving from 1726, Juan Ponce de Leon (1460-1521), Spanish conqueror

Background imageConqueror Collection: Vasco Nunez takes possession of the South Sea, engraving from 1726, Vasco Nunez de Balboa

Vasco Nunez takes possession of the South Sea, engraving from 1726, Vasco Nunez de Balboa, (1475-1517), Spanish conqueror

Background imageConqueror Collection: Iulius Caesar (100 BC - 44 BC), 1559

Iulius Caesar (100 BC - 44 BC), 1559
Iulius Caesar (100 BC - 44 BC) from Imperatorum romanorum omnium orientalium et occidentalium verissimae imagines ex antiquis numismatis

Background imageConqueror Collection: King William I pays court to the English leaders, c1066 (1864)

King William I pays court to the English leaders, c1066 (1864)
King William I pays court to the English leaders. William the Conqueror (1027-1087), the first Norman King of England, receiving the English leaders after the Norman conquest of 1066

Background imageConqueror Collection: The encounter between Hernando Cortes and Montezuma II, Mexico, 1519 (c1820-1839)

The encounter between Hernando Cortes and Montezuma II, Mexico, 1519 (c1820-1839). Cortes (1485-1547) was the Spanish conquistador who conquered Mexico

Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos

Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos
Hernan Cortes, Spanish conquistador, (1780). Landing in Mexico in 1519, with a force of only some 600 men, Cortes (1485-1547) succeeded in overthrowing the empire of the Aztecs

Background imageConqueror Collection: Genghis Khan, Mongol warrior and conqueror, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos

Genghis Khan, Mongol warrior and conqueror, (1780). Artist: Pierre Duflos
Genghis Khan, Mongol warrior and conqueror, (1780). Genghis Khan (c1162-1227) founded what would become the largest contiguous empire in history

Background imageConqueror Collection: Napoleon receives the keys of Vienna, Schloss Schonbrunn, 13th November 1805 (1882-1884)

Napoleon receives the keys of Vienna, Schloss Schonbrunn, 13th November 1805 (1882-1884). Vienna fell to the French during the War of the Third Coalition

Background imageConqueror Collection: Roman centurion conquering the Gauls under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC (1882-1884)

Roman centurion conquering the Gauls under Julius Caesar, 1st century BC (1882-1884). Caesar conquered Gaul in the Gallic Wars between 58 and 51 BC

Background imageConqueror Collection: Julius Caesar, Roman general and statesman, 1st century BC (1882-1884)

Julius Caesar, Roman general and statesman, 1st century BC (1882-1884). Julius Caesar (c100-44 BC) was one of Romes most capable generals, as demonstrated by his conquest of Gaul in the 50s BC

Background imageConqueror Collection: Napoleon Bonaparte attempting to force the bridge of Arcola, 1816. Artist: T Wallis

Napoleon Bonaparte attempting to force the bridge of Arcola, 1816. Artist: T Wallis
Napoleon Bonaparte attempting to force the bridge of Arcola, 1816. The imperial dictatorship of Napoleon (born Napoleone di Buonaparte)

Background imageConqueror Collection: Napoleon I (1769-1821), Emperor of France, 1816. Artist: T Wallis

Napoleon I (1769-1821), Emperor of France, 1816. Artist: T Wallis
Napoleon I (1769-1821), Emperor of France, 1816. The imperial dictatorship of Napoleon (born Napoleone di Buonaparte, later Napoleon Bonaparte) ended the French Revolution (1789-1799)

Background imageConqueror Collection: Edward I presenting his infant son to the Welsh, 1284

Edward I presenting his infant son to the Welsh, 1284. Edward (1239-1307) reigned from 1272 to 1307, ascending the throne of England after the death of his father, Henry III

Background imageConqueror Collection: Hernan Cortes, 16th century Spanish conquistador, (1836). Artist: W Holl

Hernan Cortes, 16th century Spanish conquistador, (1836). Artist: W Holl
Hernan Cortes, 16th century Spanish conquistador, (1836). Landing in Mexico in 1519, with a force of only some 600 men, Cortes (1485-1547) succeeded in overthrowing the empire of the Aztecs

Background imageConqueror Collection: Clive on the roof of the Nawab Siraj Ud Daulahs hunting lodge, India, 1757, (1893)

Clive on the roof of the Nawab Siraj Ud Daulahs hunting lodge, India, 1757, (1893). Artist: Richard Caton Woodville II
Clive on the roof of the Nawab Siraj Ud Daulahs hunting lodge, examining the enemy lines, India, 1757, (1893). In 1757 at the Battle of Plassey

Background imageConqueror Collection: Clives Victories In India, c1850s

Clives Victories In India, c1850s. Robert Clive became a Lord for his services in establishing Britains presence in India

Background imageConqueror Collection: The Conqueror of the Turks, 1717, (1909)

The Conqueror of the Turks, 1717, (1909). Prince Eugene of Savoy (1663-1736) after his victory at Belgrade in 1717. Engraving from Harmsworths History of the World, published in London in 1909

Background imageConqueror Collection: German officers at the Arc de Triomphe during the victory parade, Paris, June 1940

German officers at the Arc de Triomphe during the victory parade, Paris, June 1940. Paris fell to the Germans on 14 June 1940

Background imageConqueror Collection: German victory parade after the capture of Paris, June 1940

German victory parade after the capture of Paris, June 1940. General Georg von Kuechler, commander of the 18th Army in the invasion of the Low Countries and France

Background imageConqueror Collection: General von Bock saluting German troops parading past the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, 14 June 1940

General von Bock saluting German troops parading past the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, 14 June 1940
General von Bock saluting German troops parading past the Arc de Triomphe, Paris, on 14 June 1940, the day that the city fell to the Nazis

Background imageConqueror Collection: German soldier cycling through the streets of Paris, June 1940

German soldier cycling through the streets of Paris, June 1940. Paris fell to the Germans on 14 June

Background imageConqueror Collection: German soldiers marching in Paris, 14 June 1940

German soldiers marching in Paris, 14 June 1940. A parade of German troops on the day Paris fell to them



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