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Images Dated 19th February 2007

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'Ibrahim Pasha Marching at the Front of His Troops', 1811-1818 (1847). Artist: Jean Adolphe Beauce Featured 19 Feb 2007 Print

'Ibrahim Pasha Marching at the Front of His Troops', 1811-1818 (1847). Artist: Jean Adolphe Beauce

'Ibrahim Pasha Marching at the Front of His Troops', 1811-1818 (1847). The son of Muhammad Ali Pasha, Ottoman Viceroy of Egypt, Ibrahim Pasha (1789-1848) commanded the Egyptian army. He led them to victory in the Ottoman-Saudi War in 1818. A print from 19th Century Egypt, 1847. A print from 19th Century Egypt, published 1847

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Anne, Queen of Great Britain, c1796. Artist: Unknown Featured 19 Feb 2007 Print

Anne, Queen of Great Britain, c1796. Artist: Unknown

Anne, Queen of Great Britain, c1796. Anne (1665-1714) was the daughter of James II, deposed by William of Orange in the Glorious Revolution of 1688. The last Stuart monarch, she came to the throne after the death of William in 1702, and became the first monarch of the Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland after the signing of the Act of Union in 1707. Her reign saw a decline of the power of the crown in favour of that of ministers as well as the development of a two party system of politics. Her inability to produce an heir precipitated a succession crisis, with parliament passing legislation to hand the crown to the House of Hanover in order to prevent the Catholic Old Pretender, James Francis Edward Stuart, from claiming the throne

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'Ruins of the Temple of Elephantine', Nubia, Egypt, c1808. Artist: Baltard Featured 19 Feb 2007 Print

'Ruins of the Temple of Elephantine', Nubia, Egypt, c1808. Artist: Baltard

'Ruins of the Temple of Elephantine', Nubia, Egypt, c1808. Situated in the River Nile on the border of Egypt and Nubia, Elephantine, known to the Ancient Egyptians as Abu or Yebu, was said to be the home of the ram-headed god of the cataracts, Khnum. A temple dedicated to him is said to have been built on the island as early as the 3rd dynasty (27th century BC). A later temple dedicated to the same god was built by Queen Hatshepsut in the 15th century BC. A further temple to Satet, Khnum's female companion was also built on Elephantine Island

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