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Images Dated 27th September 2005

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Choose from 49 pictures in our Images Dated 27th September 2005 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


La Jerusalem deliveree par le Tasse, Procession of crosses to Mount Olive. 19th Century. Artist: Unknown Featured 27 Sep 2005 Print

La Jerusalem deliveree par le Tasse, Procession of crosses to Mount Olive. 19th Century. Artist: Unknown

La Jerusalem deliveree par le Tasse, Procession of crosses to Mount Olive. 19th Century. Colour Lithograph. Private collection

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Vercingetorix surrenders to Julius Caesar, c46 BC, (19th century). Artist: Unknown Featured 27 Sep 2005 Print

Vercingetorix surrenders to Julius Caesar, c46 BC, (19th century). Artist: Unknown

Vercingetorix surrenders to Julius Caesar, c46 BC, (19th century). Gallic chieftain Vercingetorix (died 46 BC) was defeated and captured by Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) at Alesia (near Dijon in France). Vercingetorix was taken to Rome, where he was humiliated by being paraded as evidence of Rome's greatness, and was then put to death. Card from a series produced by the chocolate factory at the Monastery of Aiguebelle

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The death of Admiral Casabianca and his son at the Battle of the Nile, 1798, (19th century). Artist: Unknown Featured 27 Sep 2005 Print

The death of Admiral Casabianca and his son at the Battle of the Nile, 1798, (19th century). Artist: Unknown

The death of Admiral Casabianca and his son at the Battle of the Nile, Egypt, 1798, (19th century). Admiral Louis de Casabianca (c1755-1798) commanded the 'Orient', flagship of Napoleon's fleet. During the Battle of the Nile (known in France as the Battle of Aboukir Bay), the commander of the fleet was killed and Casabianca assumed command. Despite being seriously wounded he remained at his post. His young son, Giocante, refused to leave him, and both died aboard the flaming 'Orient'. Card from a series produced by the chocolate factory at the Monastery of Aiguebelle

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