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Background imageGermanic Collection: The Rhine Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph, 1924

The Rhine Maidens obtain possession of the ring and bear it off in triumph, 1924. Illustration from Siegfried and the Twilight of the Gods

Background imageGermanic Collection: Punishment of Loke, 1890. Artist: James Doyle Penrose

Punishment of Loke, 1890. Artist: James Doyle Penrose
Punishment of Loke, 1890. Loke (Loki) is a giant in Norse and Germanic mythology, who is bound to a rock by the other gods and forced to have poison from a snake dropped on his face

Background imageGermanic Collection: I flee for the first time and am pursued, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham

I flee for the first time and am pursued, 1910. Artist: Arthur Rackham
I flee for the first time and am pursued, 1910. I flee for the first time and am pursued: Warfather follows close. He nears, he nears, in fury! Save this woman! Sisters, your help!

Background imageGermanic Collection: Map of the Kingdom of the Franks Under Charlemagne, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Map of the Kingdom of the Franks Under Charlemagne, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Map of the Kingdom of the Franks Under Charlemagne, 1890. In 1771, Charlemagne (742-814) became king of the Franks, by 814, his empire encompassed most of Western Europe

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Roman Commander Cerialis Attacks Near Trier, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

The Roman Commander Cerialis Attacks Near Trier, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
The Roman Commander Cerialis Attacks Near Trier, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 25

Background imageGermanic Collection: Roma and Batavia, published 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Roma and Batavia, published 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Roma and Batavia, published 1612. Series: The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 1

Background imageGermanic Collection: Civilis Using Movable Wooden Bridges to Attack a Fortress, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Civilis Using Movable Wooden Bridges to Attack a Fortress, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Civilis Using Movable Wooden Bridges to Attack a Fortress, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 10

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Dutch Become Afraid and Begin Peace Talks, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

The Dutch Become Afraid and Begin Peace Talks, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
The Dutch Become Afraid and Begin Peace Talks, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 35

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Romans Burning the Dutch Countryside, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

The Romans Burning the Dutch Countryside, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
The Romans Burning the Dutch Countryside, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 34

Background imageGermanic Collection: Dutch and Germans Attack the Roman Camp and Capture Cerialis Boat, Publshed 1612

Dutch and Germans Attack the Roman Camp and Capture Cerialis Boat, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Dutch and Germans Attack the Roman Camp and Capture Cerialis Boat, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 32

Background imageGermanic Collection: Civilis Forced to Dismount and Swim Across the River, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Civilis Forced to Dismount and Swim Across the River, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Civilis Forced to Dismount and Swim Across the River, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 31

Background imageGermanic Collection: Cologne Troops Bring Civilis Wife and Sister to Cerialis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Cologne Troops Bring Civilis Wife and Sister to Cerialis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Cologne Troops Bring Civilis Wife and Sister to Cerialis, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 28

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Dutch During a Surprise Attack of the Roman Camp on the Moselle, Publshed 1612

The Dutch During a Surprise Attack of the Roman Camp on the Moselle, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
The Dutch During a Surprise Attack of the Roman Camp on the Moselle, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 27

Background imageGermanic Collection: Cerialis Pardons and Relieves Roman Soldiers Who had Helped Civilis, Publshed 1612

Cerialis Pardons and Relieves Roman Soldiers Who had Helped Civilis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Cerialis Pardons and Relieves Roman Soldiers Who had Helped Civilis, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 26

Background imageGermanic Collection: Conference on What Steps to Take Upon the Romans New Troops Approaching Across the Alps, 1612

Conference on What Steps to Take Upon the Romans New Troops Approaching Across the Alps, 1612
Conference on What Steps to Take Upon the Romans New Troops Approaching Across the Alps, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 23

Background imageGermanic Collection: Civilis Separates Germans and Dutch Troops, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Civilis Separates Germans and Dutch Troops, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Civilis Separates Germans and Dutch Troops, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 22

Background imageGermanic Collection: Envoys from Cologne Bring Presents to Civilis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Envoys from Cologne Bring Presents to Civilis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Envoys from Cologne Bring Presents to Civilis, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 21

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Romans Misled by Civilis Horse that He was Dead or Injured, Publshed 1612

The Romans Misled by Civilis Horse that He was Dead or Injured, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
The Romans Misled by Civilis Horse that He was Dead or Injured, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 17

Background imageGermanic Collection: Civilis Treating with a Roman Commander, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Civilis Treating with a Roman Commander, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Civilis Treating with a Roman Commander, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 15

Background imageGermanic Collection: New Attack on the Fortress, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

New Attack on the Fortress, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
New Attack on the Fortress, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 14

Background imageGermanic Collection: Attack on a Roman Fortress at Night, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Attack on a Roman Fortress at Night, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Attack on a Roman Fortress at Night, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 13

Background imageGermanic Collection: German Envoys Visit Civilis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

German Envoys Visit Civilis, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
German Envoys Visit Civilis, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 7

Background imageGermanic Collection: Romans Defeated near the Rhine, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Romans Defeated near the Rhine, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Romans Defeated near the Rhine, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 6

Background imageGermanic Collection: Two Roman Units Defeated, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Two Roman Units Defeated, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Two Roman Units Defeated, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 5. Bruno Appointed Leader of the Caninefates

Background imageGermanic Collection: Claudius Civilis Arrested and His Brother Paulus Beheaded, 1611. Creator: Antonio Tempesta

Claudius Civilis Arrested and His Brother Paulus Beheaded, 1611. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
Claudius Civilis Arrested and His Brother Paulus Beheaded, 1611. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 3

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Romans Paying Off Dutch Old Men for the Services of Young Ones, Publshed 1612

The Romans Paying Off Dutch Old Men for the Services of Young Ones, Publshed 1612. Creator: Antonio Tempesta
The Romans Paying Off Dutch Old Men for the Services of Young Ones, Publshed 1612. From The War of the Romans Against the Batavians, pl. 2

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Roman general Drusus and the Germanic Wichelaar, 1890. Creator: Charles Rochussen

The Roman general Drusus and the Germanic Wichelaar, 1890. Creator: Charles Rochussen
The Roman general Drusus and the Germanic Wichelaar, 1890

Background imageGermanic Collection: Monks go to a church, watched by a group of Germans, 1871. Creator: Charles Rochussen

Monks go to a church, watched by a group of Germans, 1871. Creator: Charles Rochussen
Monks go to a church, watched by a group of Germans, 1871

Background imageGermanic Collection: Valentinus Taken Prisoner, 1600-1613. Creator: Otto Van Veen

Valentinus Taken Prisoner, 1600-1613. Creator: Otto Van Veen
Valentinus Taken Prisoner, 1600-1613. Other Title(s): "Valentinus Is Taken Prisoner one of a series of twelve on the Insurrection of the Batavians against the Romans "

Background imageGermanic Collection: Brinno Raised upon the Shield, 1600-1613. Creator: Otto Van Veen

Brinno Raised upon the Shield, 1600-1613. Creator: Otto Van Veen
Brinno Raised upon the Shield, 1600-1613. Other Title(s): "Brinio Is Appointed Chief of the Caninifates (Brinio Raised on the Shield)

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Battle of Vercellae, 1725-29. Creator: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo

The Battle of Vercellae, 1725-29. Creator: Giovanni Battista Tiepolo
The Battle of Vercellae, 1725-29

Background imageGermanic Collection: The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship d in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Creator

The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship d in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Creator
The Principal Idols of the Saxons, worship d in Britain, late 16th-early 17th century? Depiction of Saxon deities or Germanic gods which gave their names to the days of the week

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, late 6th-early 7th century. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, late 6th-early 7th century. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, late 6th-early 7th century

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, 650-725. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, 650-725. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, 650-725

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, first half 7th century. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, first half 7th century. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, first half 7th century

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, late 7th century. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, late 7th century. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, late 7th century

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, 650-700. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, 650-700. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, 650-700

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, second half 6th century. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, second half 6th century. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, second half 6th century

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, 7th century or later. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, 7th century or later. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, 7th century or later

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, 7th century. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, 7th century. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, 7th century

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, ca. 550-650. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, ca. 550-650. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, ca. 550-650

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, 8th century (?). Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, 8th century (?). Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, 8th century (?)

Background imageGermanic Collection: Disk Brooch, Frankish, 6th century. Creator: Unknown

Disk Brooch, Frankish, 6th century. Creator: Unknown
Disk Brooch, Frankish, 6th century

Background imageGermanic Collection: Plate 8: Women and Children Observe Civilis Battling the Romans, from The War of the Roma

Plate 8: Women and Children Observe Civilis Battling the Romans, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas), 1611

Background imageGermanic Collection: Plate 7: German Envoys Visit Civilis, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians

Plate 7: German Envoys Visit Civilis, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas), 1611

Background imageGermanic Collection: Plate 22: Civilis Separates German and Dutch Troops, from The War of the Romans Against

Plate 22: Civilis Separates German and Dutch Troops, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas), 1611

Background imageGermanic Collection: Plate 25: The Roman Commander Cerialis Attacks Near Trier

Plate 25: The Roman Commander Cerialis Attacks Near Trier, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas), 1611

Background imageGermanic Collection: Plate 29: Civilis Floods the Land by Defensively Breaking the Dikes

Plate 29: Civilis Floods the Land by Defensively Breaking the Dikes, from The War of the Romans Against the Batavians (Romanorvm et Batavorvm societas), 1611



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