Skip to main content

Home > Images Dated > 2007 > June > 25 Jun 2007

Images Dated 25th June 2007

Choose a picture from our collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts

106 Items

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: The Lords against all England, The political drama, 19th century

The Lords against all England, The political drama, 19th century. Or a slap-up match between the Tories for curruption, and the Whigs for Reform, at the Lords Cricket ground

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: An Image worshipped by the Chingulais... late 18th century

An Image worshipped by the Chingulais... late 18th century
An Image worshipped by the Chingulais as the Deity who presides over Health, Wisdom, plenty etc, late 18th century. European depiction of Ceylonese people worshipping the Hindu god Ganesh

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Map of the Wars of the Roses, 15th century (1893)

Map of the Wars of the Roses, 15th century (1893). The Wars of the Roses was a civil war fought over the throne of England between adherents of the House of Lancaster and the House of York

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Warwick the Kingmaker, 15th century English nobleman and soldier, (1893)

Warwick the Kingmaker, 15th century English nobleman and soldier, (1893)
Warwick the King aker, 15th century English nobleman and soldier, (1893). Warwick (1428-1471) in armour holding a shield and sword

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Seal of Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, 14th century (1892)

Seal of Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, 14th century (1892). Robert I ruled Scotland from 1306 until 1329. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Vera-Ellen, American actress and stage and film dancer

Vera-Ellen, American actress and stage and film dancer. Vera-Ellen (1921-1981) began dancing at the age of 10. She appeared in several Hollywood musicals, including On the Town (1949), with Gene Kelly

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: A street at the back of Jami Masjid, Delhi, India, 1857. Artist: William Carpenter

A street at the back of Jami Masjid, Delhi, India, 1857. Artist: William Carpenter
A street at the back of Jumma, Musjid, Delhi, 1857. From The Illustrated London News (28 November 1857)

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Queen Elizabeth attired for the royal thanksgiving on the defeat of the Spanish Armada, (1872)

Queen Elizabeth attired for the royal thanksgiving on the defeat of the Spanish Armada, (1872). Elizabeth I in a dress covered in pearls and lace

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Benares, India, 1857. Artist: William Carpenter

Benares, India, 1857. Artist: William Carpenter
Benares, India, 1857. From The Illustrated London News (28 November 1857)

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Coronation of a king, early 14th century, (1893)

Coronation of a king, early 14th century, (1893). From a manuscript in the collection of Corpus Christ College, Cambridge

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: The Queen Victoria memorial, Liverpool, Merseyside, 1906. Artist: Ralph Keighley

The Queen Victoria memorial, Liverpool, Merseyside, 1906. Artist: Ralph Keighley
The Queen Victoria memorial, Liverpool, Merseyside, 1906. From The Builder (2 March 1906)

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Sir Christopher Wrens original model for St Pauls cathedral, London, c1670-1672 (1893)

Sir Christopher Wrens original model for St Pauls cathedral, London, c1670-1672 (1893). Artist: Arthur Robertson
Sir Christopher Wrens original model for St Pauls cathedral, London, c1670-1672 (1893). Wren was commissioned to design the replacement for the cathedral destroyed in the Great Fire of London

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: An Irish chief and his attendants, 1581, (1893)

An Irish chief and his attendants, 1581, (1893). From The Image of Irelande by John Derrick, 1581. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: An Irish banquet, 1581, (1893)

An Irish banquet, 1581, (1893). From The Image of Irelande by John Derrick, 1581. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Conference of the Earl of Gloucester and an Irish Chief, Richard IIs campagne in Ireland, 1399, (18)

Conference of the Earl of Gloucester and an Irish Chief, Richard IIs campagne in Ireland, 1399, (18)
Conference of the Earl of Gloucester and an Irish Chief, Richard IIs campaign in Ireland, 1399, (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Ships bringing provisions to the English host, Richard IIs campaign in Ireland, 1399, (1893)

Ships bringing provisions to the English host, Richard IIs campaign in Ireland, 1399, (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Ireland just before the English (Norman) invasion, 1169 (1893)

Ireland just before the English (Norman) invasion, 1169 (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Old London Bridge, c1600 (1893)

Old London Bridge, c1600 (1893). The earliest genuine full view, from a unique drawing in Pepys collection in Magdalen College, Cambridge

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Title page of Francis Bacons Instauratio Magna, 1620 (1893)

Title page of Francis Bacons Instauratio Magna, 1620 (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: The Swan Theatre, London, 1596, (1893)

The Swan Theatre, London, 1596, (1893). The Swan theatre was built by Francis Langley in c1595. The last known mention of the theatre dates from 1632

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: The Redcrosse Knight, 1598, (1893)

The Redcrosse Knight, 1598, (1893). From The Faerie Queene, the epic poem by Edmund Spenser, third edition, 1598. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: February, 1597 (1893)

February, 1597 (1893). Illustration from Shepherds Calendar, 1597. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: January, 1597 (1893)

January, 1597 (1893). Illustration from Shepherds Calendar, 1597. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Journey-ring, or Viatorium, 1587 (1893)

Journey-ring, or Viatorium, 1587 (1893). A form of timepiece for travellers. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Chart of the Spanish Armadas course, 1588 (1893)

Chart of the Spanish Armadas course, 1588 (1893). Pines engraving of 1739, of a tapestry then in the House of Lords. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Title page of Acts of Parliament, 1585, (1893)

Title page of Acts of Parliament, 1585, (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co, London, New York

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Lord Mayor and Aldermen, (1893)

Lord Mayor and Aldermen, (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co, London, New York, 1893

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Title page of The Countess of Pembrokes Arcadia by Sir Philip Sidney, third edition, 1598 (1893)

Title page of The Countess of Pembrokes Arcadia by Sir Philip Sidney, third edition, 1598 (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Audley End House, Saffron Walden, Essex, 1688, (1893)

Audley End House, Saffron Walden, Essex, 1688, (1893). Audley End was one of the grandest Jacobean houses in England, built between 1605 and 1614 for Thomas Howard, Earl of Suffolk

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Coiners at work, 1577, (1893)

Coiners at work, 1577, (1893). From Holinshed d History, 1577. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: The States General at Orleans, France, 1560, (1893)

The States General at Orleans, France, 1560, (1893). The first meeting of the French legislative assembly for 76 years. From an engraving of 1570 by Jacques Tortorel

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: South-east corner of the Lady Chapel, Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland, 1893

South-east corner of the Lady Chapel, Rosslyn Chapel, Scotland, 1893. Rosslyn Chapel, or the Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew as it was to have been, was founded in 1446 by Sir William St Clair

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Queen Elizabeth I at prayer, 1569, (1893)

Queen Elizabeth I at prayer, 1569, (1893). Frontispiece to Christian Prayers, 1569. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Tower of London, c1543, (1893)

Tower of London, c1543, (1893). An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition, Volume II, Macmillan and Co, London, New York, 1893

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: The Charter House Hospital, London, 1775, (1893)

The Charter House Hospital, London, 1775, (1893). Originally a Carthusian monastery, it became a hospital and school founded by Thomas Sutton in 1611

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: York Minster, 1893

York Minster, 1893. The building of York Minster began in 1220, when Archbishop Walter de Gray decided to rebuild the existing Norman Minster in a style and on a scale to rival Canterbury Cathedral

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Title page of the Great Bible, 1539, (1893)

Title page of the Great Bible, 1539, (1893). From Cromwells Bible, also known as the Great Bible, the first authorized translation of the Bible into the English language

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Traitors Gate, Tower of London, 1801, (1893). Artist: Charles Tomkins

Traitors Gate, Tower of London, 1801, (1893). Artist: Charles Tomkins
Traitors Gate, Tower of London, 1801, (1893). The entrance to the Tower from the Thames, Traitors Gate afforded many prisoners their last glimpse of the outside world

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Holbein Gate, Whitehall, London, (1893)

Holbein Gate, Whitehall, London, (1893). The gate was built in 1532 by Henry VIII, but was demolished in the 18th century

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace, London, 1893

Great Hall, Hampton Court Palace, London, 1893. Started by Cardinal Wolsey in 1514, Hampton Court Palace passed to King Heny VIII in 1529 when Wolsey fell from favour

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: High Street, Shrewsbury, 1825 (1893)

High Street, Shrewsbury, 1825 (1893). From Hugh Owen and JB Blakeway s, History of Shrewsbury, 1825. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by J R Green, illustrated edition

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Friars Street, Worcester, 1893

Friars Street, Worcester, 1893. From John Britton s, The Picturesque Antiquities of the English Cities. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Title page of Lucian, 1521, (1893)

Title page of Lucian, 1521, (1893). Printed in Cambridge, 1521. Lucian (120-c180) was a Greek rhetoritician and satirirical author

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Desiderius Erasmus, Dutch author, scholar and humanist, (1893)

Desiderius Erasmus, Dutch author, scholar and humanist, (1893). Erasmus (1497-1543) was probably the greatest scholar of the northern Renaissance

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Printing press, 1511, (1893)

Printing press, 1511, (1893). Title page of Hegesippus, printed by Jodocus Badius Ascensius, Paris, 1511. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Title page of Kalendarium by Regiomontanus, 1476, (1893)

Title page of Kalendarium by Regiomontanus, 1476, (1893). Regiomontanus (Johannes Mueller von Konigsberg) (1436-1476) was a German astronomer, mathematician and astrologer

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Aesop, 15th century (1893)

Aesop, 15th century (1893). Frontispiece to Fables of Aesop, printed by William Caxton. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green, illustrated edition

Background imageImages Dated 25th June 2007: Toll collector, 15th century (1893)

Toll collector, 15th century (1893). From an edition of Game and Playe of the Chesse printed by William Caxton. An illustration from A Short History of the English People, by John Richard Green



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping