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Background imageTraitor Collection: Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plotters, 1605

Guy Fawkes and the Gunpowder Plotters, 1605. Roman Catholic conspiracy to blow up English Houses of Parliament on 5 November 1605 when James I due to open new session

Background imageTraitor Collection: Brutus Condemning His Sons To Death, 1788. Creator: Guillaume Lethiere

Brutus Condemning His Sons To Death, 1788. Creator: Guillaume Lethiere
Brutus Condemning His Sons To Death, 1788. Lucius Junius Brutus orchestrated a revolt to overthrow the last king of Rome and establish the Roman Republic in 509 BCE

Background imageTraitor Collection: Degradation of Corp. Grualt, 1914. Creator: Bain News Service

Degradation of Corp. Grualt, 1914. Creator: Bain News Service
Degradation of Corp. Grualt, 1914. The great courtyard of the Ecole Militaire in Paris, France, when Gruault, a French reservist was degraded

Background imageTraitor Collection: Miss Mildred Gillars, portrait photograph, 1928 June 17. Creator: Arnold Genthe

Miss Mildred Gillars, portrait photograph, 1928 June 17. Creator: Arnold Genthe
Miss Mildred Gillars, portrait photograph, 1928 June 17. Address: 69 Perry St. New York City. American broadcaster. During World War II Gillars was employed by Nazi Germany to disseminate Axis

Background imageTraitor Collection: AI IMAGE - Portrait of Guy Fawkes in the cellar of the Palace of Westminster, 1605, (2023)

AI IMAGE - Portrait of Guy Fawkes in the cellar of the Palace of Westminster, 1605, (2023). Creator: Heritage Images
AI IMAGE - Portrait of Guy Fawkes in the cellar of the Palace of Westminster, 1605, (2023). Fawkes was one of the conspirators in the Gunpowder Plot

Background imageTraitor Collection: Cléombrote and Léonidas, c. 1795. Creator: Francois-Xavier Fabre

Cléombrote and Léonidas, c. 1795. Creator: Francois-Xavier Fabre
Cleombrote and Leonidas, c. 1795

Background imageTraitor Collection: Rombout Hogerbeets as Miltiades, 1791. Creator: Cornelis de Jonker

Rombout Hogerbeets as Miltiades, 1791. Creator: Cornelis de Jonker
Rombout Hogerbeets as Miltiades, 1791. Dutch jurist Rombout Hogerbeets was tried for treason in 1618, and sentenced to life imprisonment

Background imageTraitor Collection: The last prayer of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, 1840-1878. Creator: Simon Opzoomer

The last prayer of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, 1840-1878. Creator: Simon Opzoomer
The last prayer of Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, 1840-1878. Van Oldenbarnevelt, statesman, revolutionary and founder of the Dutch East India Company, was arrested for treason and executed in 1619

Background imageTraitor Collection: La Confidence ou Le baiser de Judas, 1859. Creators: Honore Daumier, Judas Iscariot

La Confidence ou Le baiser de Judas, 1859. Creators: Honore Daumier, Judas Iscariot
La Confidence ou Le baiser de Judas, 1859. The Secret, or the Kiss of Judas

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Last Cart, 1835. Creator: Auguste Raffet

The Last Cart, 1835. Creator: Auguste Raffet
The Last Cart, 1835

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Trial of the Earl of Strafford in Westminster Hall, 1641, 1947. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar

The Trial of the Earl of Strafford in Westminster Hall, 1641, 1947. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar
The Trial of the Earl of Strafford in Westminster Hall, 1641, (1947). Thomas Wentworth (1593-1641) was the leading adviser of King Charles I in the period leading up to the English Civil War

Background imageTraitor Collection: Jesus said, - one of you that eateth with me shall betray me, mid 19th century. Creator

Jesus said, - one of you that eateth with me shall betray me, mid 19th century. Creator
Jesus said, - one of you that eateth with me shall betray me, mid 19th century. Biblical scene, from Mark 14: 18: And as they sat and did eat, Jesus said, Verily I say unto you

Background imageTraitor Collection: Judas before the Sanhedrin, 1922. Creator: Henry Traut

Judas before the Sanhedrin, 1922. Creator: Henry Traut
Judas before the Sanhedrin, 1922. The traitor Judas (Guido Mayr) is tried before an assembly of rabbis: players in the Oberammergau Passion Play

Background imageTraitor Collection: Judas, 1922. Creator: Henry Traut

Judas, 1922. Creator: Henry Traut
Judas, 1922. Guido Mayr as Judas with the purse containing the thirty pieces of silver: player in the Oberammergau Passion Play

Background imageTraitor Collection: Pictures of the Year- VII, 'The Traitor', 1888. Creator: John Pettie

Pictures of the Year- VII, "The Traitor", 1888. Creator: John Pettie
Pictures of the Year- VII, " The Traitor", 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume38. July to December, 1888

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Treacherous Sinon Brought into the Trojans Camp by the Shepherds, 1535-55

The Treacherous Sinon Brought into the Trojans Camp by the Shepherds, 1535-55

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Treacherous Sinon Brought into the Trajans Camp by the Shepherds, 1535-55

The Treacherous Sinon Brought into the Trajans Camp by the Shepherds, 1535-55

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Betrayal, c. 1480. Creator: Israhel van Meckenem

The Betrayal, c. 1480. Creator: Israhel van Meckenem
The Betrayal, c. 1480

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Payment of Judas. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel

The Payment of Judas. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel
The Payment of Judas

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Payment of Judas, 1547. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel

The Payment of Judas, 1547. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel
The Payment of Judas, 1547

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Kiss of Judas. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel

The Kiss of Judas. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel
The Kiss of Judas

Background imageTraitor Collection: Judas Returns the Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1548. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel

Judas Returns the Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1548. Creator: Augustin Hirschvogel
Judas Returns the Thirty Pieces of Silver, 1548

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Circle of Traitors: Dantes Foot Striking Bocca degli Abbate, from Dantes Infe

The Circle of Traitors: Dantes Foot Striking Bocca degli Abbate, from Dantes Inferno, Canto XXXII, ca. 1825-27

Background imageTraitor Collection: Jesus on the Mount of Olives, 1625-77. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar

Jesus on the Mount of Olives, 1625-77. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar
Jesus on the Mount of Olives, 1625-77

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Betrayal of Christ, from The Passion of Christ, 1598. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius

The Betrayal of Christ, from The Passion of Christ, 1598. Creator: Hendrik Goltzius
The Betrayal of Christ, from The Passion of Christ, 1598

Background imageTraitor Collection: Joseph being sold into slavery by his brothers, who sit around a well dividing up the c

Joseph being sold into slavery by his brothers, who sit around a well dividing up the coins, 1730-39

Background imageTraitor Collection: Mirabeau, (1749-1791), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Mirabeau, (1749-1791), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Mirabeau, (1749-1791), 1830. Honore Gabriel Riqueti (1749-1791) leader of the early stages of the French Revolution. An orator who had the reputation of being a voice of the people

Background imageTraitor Collection: Lieutenant Norman Baillie-Stewart, 1933. Creator: Unknown

Lieutenant Norman Baillie-Stewart, 1933. Creator: Unknown
Lieutenant Norman Baillie-Stewart, 1933. The Prisoner in the Tower. British army officer Lt Norman Baillie-Stewart (1909-1966)

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Remorse of Judas, 1866, (c1930). Creator: Edward Armitage

The Remorse of Judas, 1866, (c1930). Creator: Edward Armitage
The Remorse of Judas, 1866, (c1930). Biblical scene: Judas tries to give back the thirty pieces of silver he was paid to betray Christ. Painting in the Tate Gallery, London

Background imageTraitor Collection: Death of Pausanias, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Death of Pausanias, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Death of Pausanias, 1890. Pausanias, Spartan regent and general suspected of conspiring with Xerxes I during the Greco-Persian Wars, on arrest he escaped to the temple of Athena

Background imageTraitor Collection: Not more furiously on Menalippus temples Tydeus gnawed, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré

Not more furiously on Menalippus temples Tydeus gnawed, c1890. Creator: Gustave Doré
Not more furiously on Menalippus temples Tydeus gnawed, than on that skull and on its garbage he, c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil visit a frozen lake

Background imageTraitor Collection: Then seizing on his hinder scalp, I cried: Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here

Then seizing on his hinder scalp, I cried: Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here
Then seizing on his hinder scalp, I cried: " Name thee, or not a hair shall tarry here", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil walk on a frozen lake

Background imageTraitor Collection: Take good heed, thy soles do tread not on the heads of thy poor brethren, c1890

Take good heed, thy soles do tread not on the heads of thy poor brethren, c1890
" Look how thou walkest. Take good heed, thy soles do tread not on the heads of thy poor brethren", c1890. Dante and the Roman poet Virgil walk on a frozen lake

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Unfortunate Death of Major Andre, 1780, (1790?). Creator: John Goldar

The Unfortunate Death of Major Andre, 1780, (1790?). Creator: John Goldar
The Unfortunate Death of Major Andre, 1780, (1790?). British soldier Major John Andre (1751-1780) was hanged as a spy during the American War of Independence

Background imageTraitor Collection: Execution of the Duke of Monmouth, 15th July 1685 (etching). Creator: Dutch School (17th Century)

Execution of the Duke of Monmouth, 15th July 1685 (etching). Creator: Dutch School (17th Century)
Execution of the Duke of Monmouth, 15th July 1685 (etching). James Scott (1649-85) 1st Duke of Monmouth, 1st Duke of Buccleuch; illegitimate son of Charles II; he was executed by Jack Ketch on 15

Background imageTraitor Collection: Thomas Blood, (1817)

Thomas Blood, (1817). Colonel Thomas Blood (1618-1680), was an Anglo-Irish officer best known for his attempt to steal the Crown Jewels of England from the Tower of London in 1671

Background imageTraitor Collection: Villain, thou diest: plate 10 from Othello (Act 5, Scene 1), etched 1844, reprinted 1900

Villain, thou diest: plate 10 from Othello (Act 5, Scene 1), etched 1844, reprinted 1900

Background imageTraitor Collection: Louis XI of France visiting Cardinal Balue in his iron cage, 1469-1480 (1882-1884). Artist: Tamisier

Louis XI of France visiting Cardinal Balue in his iron cage, 1469-1480 (1882-1884). Artist: Tamisier
Louis XI of France visiting Cardinal Balue in his iron cage, 1469-1480 (1882-1884). Jean Balue (c1421-1491) was a cardinal and minister of Louis XI

Background imageTraitor Collection: Louis-Antoine-Henri De Bourbon-Conde, c1800-1804, (1896). Artist: Oscar Grosch

Louis-Antoine-Henri De Bourbon-Conde, c1800-1804, (1896). Artist: Oscar Grosch
Louis-Antoine-Henri De Bourbon-Conde, c1800-1804, (1896). Louis Antoine de Bourbon, Duke of Enghien (1772-1804) was executed on charges of aiding Britain and plotting against France

Background imageTraitor Collection: The Westminster canvass, 1784. Artist: William Dent

The Westminster canvass, 1784. Artist: William Dent
The Westminster canvass, 1784. Charles James Fox, as Guy Fawkes, being carried in a chair by his supporters Edward Hall and Sam House

Background imageTraitor Collection: How Mordred plotted against Sir Launcelot, 1905. Artist: Dora Curtis

How Mordred plotted against Sir Launcelot, 1905. Artist: Dora Curtis
How Mordred plotted against Sir Launcelot, 1905. An illustration from Stories of King Arthur and the Round Table by Beatrice Clay, 1st Edition, 1905

Background imageTraitor Collection: The arrest of Sir Roger Mortimer, Nottingham Castle, 1330 (1864)

The arrest of Sir Roger Mortimer, Nottingham Castle, 1330 (1864). Roger Mortimer, 1st Earl of March (1287-1330), and his lover Isabella of France led a successful invasion of England to overthrow

Background imageTraitor Collection: Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger, (1825). Artist: Sarah, Countess of Essex

Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger, (1825). Artist: Sarah, Countess of Essex
Sir Thomas Wyatt the Younger, (1825). Wyatt (c1521-1554) led a rebellion during the reign of Mary I in opposition to Marys plans to marry Prince Philip (later King Philip II) of Spain

Background imageTraitor Collection: Guy Fawkes, caught in the act of preparing the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (c1900). Artist

Guy Fawkes, caught in the act of preparing the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (c1900). Artist
Guy Fawkes, caught in the act of preparing the Gunpowder Plot, 1605 (c1900). Fawkes (1570-1606) was an English conspirator who attempted to blow up the Houses of Parliament on November 5th 1605

Background imageTraitor Collection: A Spy in the Camp, c1890, (c1915). Artist: John Seymour Lucas

A Spy in the Camp, c1890, (c1915). Artist: John Seymour Lucas
A Spy in the Camp, c1890, (c1915). From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney. [Virtue & Company, London, c1915]

Background imageTraitor Collection: Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, 1387 (1864)

Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, 1387 (1864). Artist: James William Edmund Doyle
Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick, before the king, Westminster, 1387 (1864). The Lords Arundel, Gloucester, Nottingham, Derby and Warwick before King Richard II

Background imageTraitor Collection: Cranmer at the Traitors Gate, 1886. Artist: CW Sharpe

Cranmer at the Traitors Gate, 1886. Artist: CW Sharpe
Cranmer at the Traitors Gate, 1886. Thomas Cranmer (1489-1556) was the Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of the English kings Henry VIII and Edward VI

Background imageTraitor Collection: Robert Fay (on the left) and his two accomplices photographed in court, 1915

Robert Fay (on the left) and his two accomplices photographed in court, 1915. Robert Fay was a German spy during WWI who was convicted of trying to sabotage ships in American harbors



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