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Images Dated 4th May 2007

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Santo Domingo de la Calzada (1019-1109), Spanish hermit, relief in his mausoleum Featured 4 May 2007 Image

Santo Domingo de la Calzada (1019-1109), Spanish hermit, relief in his mausoleum

Santo Domingo de la Calzada (1019-1109), Spanish hermit, relief in his mausoleum in the cathedral of Santo Domingo de la Calzada (La Rioja), representing the construction of a bridge for pilgrims

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The capture of a Hova camp, Madagascar, 1895. Artist: Henri Meyer Featured 4 May 2007 Image

The capture of a Hova camp, Madagascar, 1895. Artist: Henri Meyer

The capture of a Hova camp, Madagascar, 1895. France invaded Madagascar in 1883 in what became known as the first Franco-Hova War (Hova being the name of the island's Merina aristocrats), seeking to restore property that had been confiscated from French residents. Prior to the French intervention Madagascar was an independent kingdom ruled by the Merina dynasty, but after the war, increasing French interference meant another war broke out in 1895. By the end of the Second Franco-Hova War in 1896 France ruled the island as a protectorate, the monarchy had been abolished and the royal family exiled to Algeria. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 2nd June 1895

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Madagascar expedition, 1895. Artist: Oswaldo Tofani Featured 4 May 2007 Image

Madagascar expedition, 1895. Artist: Oswaldo Tofani

Madagascar expedition, 1895. France invaded Madagascar in 1883 in what became known as the first Franco-Hova War (Hova being the name of the island's Merina aristocrats), seeking to restore property that had been confiscated from French residents. Prior to the French intervention Madagascar was an independent kingdom ruled by the Merina dynasty, but after the war, increasing French interference meant another war broke out in 1895. By the end of the Second Franco-Hova War in 1896 France ruled the island as a protectorate, the monarchy had been abolished and the royal family exiled to Algeria. An illustration from Le Petit Journal, 25th August 1895

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